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    Anonymous

    We must give credits to the americans. They are professional in the approach and spot on time for delivery. Very good.

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    MRUGEN

    Super Like!! This Post.

    Hope This Birds have a great time with our Forces.

    I hope in future we produce and sell these kind of a/c's manufactured indigeneously.

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    sanu

    i dont know why but i have a strong feeling that something is really fishy goin on.gotta say these americans work damn fast!

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    Anonymous

    This means we are getting a 1950s vintage AC without 21 st century communication eqp we have paid for them but failed to sign CISMOA. Barvo IAF and MOD, keep letting down India due to protecting your turf and ego.

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    Murali

    Now will some one do a bug scrub on these birds? :).

    what about the training of Indian crew ?

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    gerard

    @Anoymous 8:53

    Pal you think this aircraft is built in 1950s???… please do a little research on the C-130J i.e. it is the latest variant in its class…. Its like saying im not buying the Range rover because it was first built in 1970s….the same goes with the CISMOA … it is like asking Land Rover coming to you any given time inspecting the vehicle… giving conditions on who and what you can carry and where you can and can't go….

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    Anonymous

    Why aren't we buying more of these?

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    Jith

    The Americans are pretty fast in delivery..
    May be they want to get a good impression from India.

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    Anonymous

    The IAF needs at least 20 C-130J's to make up for the abysmal operational availability of its IL- 76 fleet, and for the AN-32's which will start undergoing life extension and refit in batches, resulting in a serious shortage of available transport planes.

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