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India’s LCA Tejas will shortly begin populating a second squadron, with the honour falling on the 18 Squadron ‘Flying Bullets’. […]
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haha true. it aint over till its over. but i still hope either the typhoon or rafale win.
great one!! 🙂
I don't know which way the joke was directed in this picture, but to me it looks like Tejas is being uncannily sracastic 😛
F18 F Super Hornet will Win Under Us Pressure !!
Nice one Shiv.. 🙂
Take a bet chaps. We no buyum as long as Man and Anthony are around.
wenevr i hear the name LCA Tejas i feel like laughing as if i someone told me a joke !
Well you never know what this American boot licking PM can stoop to which levels to please "Uncle Sam".
Is this a hint!!!!Shiv, I have heard many time that typhoon has an high maintanance cost… IS that so please put an light on that…thnks
If you say tejas name is laughing nothing 2 say people are stupid,typhoon induction in raf"U.k" is reduced 2 just 100,tejas will be inducted at least 125plus ,it is typhoon the laughing stock…
rumours are that F-18 is going to sneak up thanks to political pressure God knows where this thing will end up if it is ever going to
does rafale has thrust vector system?
http://www.drdo.gov.in/drdo/pub/techfocus/2011/feb%202011%20.pdfguysa try this pdf released by DRDO about technologies of LCA tejas.
Bring home the Eurofighter baby. I want to see the Typhoon in tricolours. And NO to F***edup-16and Failed-18s
I Think Rafale should win!! because of source codes!!
What i heard is that typhoon has problems with spare parts .. other airforce have the problem!!
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