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wah wah wah is all i can say! kudos shiv.
great shiv nice catch…
Without IFR probe?!
These are men (and women too in our armed forces) who are the 99th percentile of IQ and ethics, who could have any job they want in the private sector, in India or anywhere else in the world, for a salary that is 30-50x what they make wearing the uniform. But their sense of honour is so great that they simply follow, Sri Krishna's dictum,
Karmanyev adhikarasthema phaleshu kadacana
We citizens whom they protect, owe our men and women in uniform, an enduring appreciation of thanks.
Behaving like Ashawasthama (Dronacharyas son)when he tasted false milk for the first time. the Pakis had this ac since 1988 in which Zia died
Where is the Refuelling Probe?
Anonymous8:23 AM U are right tht pak has that since 1988 but this one is new version with many more features. Remember somemore system will be added to the platform by Bharat electronics limited(BEL).
What will they do in "Pvt sector"? Sell soaps and detergents or overpriced aerated water n potato chips??? Job in the armed forces is an honor and not a burden. Recent scams involving top brass certainly seems they are not following dictums of Sri Krishna.We owe thanks to no one. They are doing a job like anyone else. Learn from the Israelis.
We have got this plane right on time whereas contracts with Russia are mired with costs doubling or tripling over the contracted amount with no signs of delivery. Let this be a lesson not to put all our eggs in one basket.
Are beards permitted in IAF?
I THINK THEY DON'T HAVE REFUEL POD
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