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Why is the Tejas picture not included in the hoardings?
Not a good sign of support from IAF. May be we should tell IAF that since all equipment is from abroad, then why not foreign pilots as well. Some math can show that it is cheaper this way.
Will shake them in to reality. Go Navy!!!
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