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Done at Public expense shouldn't Public be allowed to watch it live
go tejas go …!!!!
mig29 engines are quite smoky…hopefully the upgrade will fix it…
Finally I see Tejas spewing out some flares there. It appears as if being chased by a bad-ass and the Tejas is slipping out of Radar.
Aganin – ADA did good job.
HAL is screwing this up. Give security clearance to TATA and Mahindra to create a production line.
Why can't India make its own Lockheed and Boeing. so much for 70 years of freedom.
It is heartening to see the Tejas activated.
anyone know what the bird in pic # 5 (from the top) is?..mig-23 or 27?.. 27 i guess
[email protected]: Correct. That's a MiG-27.
@Anon 11.41 PM who has stopped Tata or Mahindra from becoming a Lockheed or Boeing?? As far as I know both manufacture automobiles which has no market outside India.
Tata Nano or Mahindra Scorpio have still a long way to go to become a bird of prey.
FYI Mahindra Aerospace is in the process of commercially induct a civilian small plane.
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