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Flight of the Flankers Part 3 – Deployment & Operational History

It's one thing to buy expensive & cutting edge weapons & totally another to be able to effectively use them in combat. When it comes to the Su-30MKI, the IAF can do...

The Heavyweight Champions of the Indian Air Force

When you want to move tons of heavy cargo to long distances, you use trucks and trailers, they are economical but it takes a lot of time. To counter this, freight trains...

Appreciation Post – Mirage 2000I

They say the Su-30MKI is the backbone of the IAF, but the Mirage 2000 is the Muscle. This aircraft is built by the same firm which has developed the Rafale. Just like Rafale...

LCA Tejas – Part 3

Where Does The Tejas Exactly Fit In? This is the final part of the LCA Tejas series & this discusses a very crucial question asked by defence experts & common man alike. What’s the...

LCA Tejas – Part 2

10 things you didn’t know about the LCA In the first part of the LCA Tejas series we penned down some of the capabilities of the Tejas that places it among the best...

General Atomics EMALS and AAG Systems to power US Navy aircraft carrier

General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS) announced in April 2020 that successful trials on USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78), lead ship of her class of United States Navy aircraft carriers, concerning Flight...

LCA Tejas – Part 1

India’s most underrated fighter After an enormously positive response on our last blog “Decoding Rafale”, this week we present to you our own national pride, the Light Combat Aircraft Tejas. Many people have...

MBDA’s arrows in IAF’s quiver

India’s newly inducted multi-role combat aircraft Dassault’s Rafale is certainly a ‘Game Changer’ owing to the IAF’s much talked about two front war from China and Pakistan. Aircraft will provide its Air...
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