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    Aditya

    WOW !!! they do not want the Tejas but are willing to invest and induct a training aircraft in combat roles ???…No prizes for guessing the reason….

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    RAVI KRISHNA IYENGAR KRISHNA IYENGAR

    A good decision by the IAF given its squadron strength today and the time it would take to reach full op capability. Integration of missiles should not take more than two years for complete fleet of Hawk if we move ASAP.
    Kudos IAF

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    Anand

    I understand that the SRAAM chosen for the Tejas Mk.1/Mk.1A needs to be integrated with the HMDS, i.e. with the TARGO HMDS from ELBIT Systems. ASRAAM isn’t compatible with TARGO & ASRAAM can be used only with the BAE Systems-developed HMDS.

    The HAL/BAE Systems-developed Combat Hawk has TARGO HMDS from ELBIT Systems. Hence, ASRAAM is a non-starter for the combat Hawk

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    r.john

    We need a low-cost armed fighter for the CS/GA role to support the ground war. The IA has many a time been unhappy about IAF support for this lowly requirement,crucial to winning the ground war.
    Legacy A-10s and SU-25s have proved their worth in recent wars,especially in Syria. Therefore developing an armed hawk,being made here,with good armour protection for the pilot and its internal vitals,like what has been done on the SU-25s and A-10s,would be an excellent asset to the IAF,available at much lower cost than acquiring a frontline fighter costing anywhere from $30-40M and above for the task.

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    Ashta Mudi Kayal

    The fighter jocks need to stop thinking only of air to air and CONCENTRATE on strike operations. NEED of the HOUR is ground targetting… they have SU 30, mig 29s and BISONS for AD

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    dalji

    Arre yar MIG 35 buy karlo na aise he substandard items kharidte ho

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