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  1. 1

    Anonymous

    A real asset of IN…not like the puny LCA

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  2. 2

    Anonymous

    P(or)akis be ready to witness to see your submarines and ships sunken by the Poseidon.

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  3. 3

    Mr. Ra

    Congrats…

    Enemy submarines are most serious danger to our nation, next only to the terrorism. Destroy them… Lol…

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  4. 4

    anand raj

    nice job sir for fantastic pics .P 8i is far better than pakistan's p 3c .this gonna boost navy's anti submarine capability.btw when it gonna delivered to india?

    jai hind,

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  5. 5

    Anonymous

    Couldn't they use better font??looks horrible(font)..

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  6. 6

    Jakes

    however nice it may look i hope the IN keeps a look out for american eavesdropping equipment on board.

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  7. 7

    Anonymous

    Needs a paint job … with better fonts… Its like a kid scribbled there..Needs a paint job … with better fonts… Its like a kid scribbled there..

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  8. 8

    Indian

    Wonderful! IN should also go for RQ-4 Global Hawk that will bring IN a unmatched power of Manned and Unmanned reconnaissance and anti-submarine combination………

    I am excites to see this submarine hunter in Indian navy…

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  9. 9

    indian navy

    Indian poseidon is going to spread dangerous poison across indian ocean ,so enemies of IN beware of sending submarines else get poisoned death.

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  10. 10

    Anonymous

    India at least needs more than 20 of these aircrafts.

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  11. 11

    Anonymous

    Also upgrade the P-8I so that it can be a awacs platform for the IN. A true force multiplier. Indian navy needs to research in UCSV Unmanned Combat Submersible Vehicle, instead building or purchase french or russian crap. enough of buy other peoples stuff can't we make our own???

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  12. 12

    Anonymous

    Boeing just gave Lockmart the middle finger. Enjoy your Orions while they still exist Porkis.

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  13. 13

    Anonymous

    At last something "non-Russian" that will last and is state of the art.

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  14. 14

    Anonymous

    For Anon 10:51 AM

    Why do noobs come to this blog an run their mouth off on matters they cant dream of understanding…?

    The maintenance and spares for P8is could just disappear like "POOF" if and when india conducts its next nuke test or ICBM test .. while the knowledge and experience gained with our LCA and Kaveri
    will stay with us.

    there is a sea of difference.

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    Anonymous

    This P-8I is meant to be homed at Arakkonam (the ARK marking on the tail) near Chennai rather than at Dabolim Goa (whose aircraft get marked as with DAB text).

    This means that this P-8I is meant for the eastern and southern seas. It is possible that future P-8Is are homed at Dabolim to look at the western seas – watch the text on the tails!

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    Anonymous

    This acquisition makes a very critical and substantial warfighting capability of Indian Navy hostage to whims of US congress. With the next nuke/missile test or hostility on the border or any event not conformal to US policy goals, they will simply cut the spares. These planes will become useless hangar queens when they are needed the most to fly ASW patrols.

    The IN had a similar experience with Sea Kings after Pokhran II, but they havent learnt their lessons. The Seakings were tactical and utility assets and these are strategic ones, so this is like a double whammy.

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    Anonymous

    Why is the nose painted black?

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