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The Indian Air Force today accepted a restored vintage World War II DC-3 Dakota aircraft. As reported earlier this week […]
A laudable pro-active step.
Mr. Ra at 11:56 PM. This is a step in the right direction, but not a pro-active step. 26/11 has to be on their minds when a decision was taken to raise a UAV squadron at Porbandar.
DRDO,HAL should take a leaf out of the Indian Navy's book. With the Navy things go public when there is something to show like this. Not just incessant talk about what they will do and then not delivering/coming up short e.g. Agni II+/LCA Production bottlenecks .
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