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  1. 1

    Zapper

    Full of gas nothing relevent but good english

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  2. 2

    Venkat

    This shows 2 things
    1. We have kept it flying for too long. The decision to buy new jets taken in 1990s should have got implemented then itself.
    2. We are over stretching our selves on the number of fighters . The new gen machines are very expensive to obtain and then maintain. We need to review the ORBAT of our Air Force . I think 44 squadron was defined in 1969s when we had no attack helicopters, no long range artillery, no cruise missiles.

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  3. 3

    Sadruddin Hossain

    All that the flight meant was that the IAF Chief could still fly. Nothing more. None of all the bull-shit that the writer Mr.Siv Aroor has cookef up.

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  4. 4

    Rahul

    Well, landing is interesting. Usually a Mig-21s lands at a much higher speed, with a flare. But ACM made the touch down in a classic No-Flare wire-trapping carrier-borne fighter style.

    I don’t know if it was intentional as he was trying to display short landing skills or it was just because of lack of parctise.

    Regardless, it is commendable for ACM to send an obvious message all the way down to the rookies in a true warrior style.

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  5. 5

    Atoe

    All that the flight meant was that the IAF Chief could still fly. Nothing more. None of all the bull-shit that the writer Mr.Siv Aroor has cookef up.

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  6. 6

    baapji

    He was just building up the case for 300 CKD kit hawai jahaz to be made by the so called India private industry

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