A $2 billion contest to purchase close-in weapon systems for the protection of Indian Air Force bases across the country […]
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Congratulations to the IAF chief but he should have some concern to those pilots flying MIG 21. Its high time to conclude the rafael deal in the interests of nation and air warriors asap
and.. what more… he has accepted… ???… fully paid… lap dance… party… on this occasion…
I like the way Boeing is sticking to it's delivery timelines. Why on earth did the MoD settle for the Dassault Rafale? We could have finalized on the F-18 E/F Super Hornets and had them in our inventory by now.
HAL should learn a thing or do about Project Management and Scheduling from this.
Its really good. US has lived upto the expectation they have delivered everything they promised on date and infact before time. Compare this to Russia and Admiral Gorshkov. Really Russia has let us down many time and its all due to Chinese pressure.
Ofcourse …he will be on all foreign trips…accepting all imported stuff..
highest defence procurements from abroad in his regime…shame…
I am not sure the Air Chief going to accept one aircraft makes too much sense.
beautiful plane. greatly enlarges india's tragic reach
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