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On the networked battlefield of the future – will a mix and match approach with fighters from varied national stables work and how synergy can be achieved remains to be seen?
The performance and displays by the HAL at Aero India with a full order book denotes that the company may well be on the comeback trail in the future
Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO) is participating in this mega exposition in a big way and will be showcasing around 250 systems & technologies
For ramping up production capacity from existing 8 aircraft to 16 aircraft per annum, Government of India (GoI) has sanctioned Rs.1381.04 Crore in March, 2017.
Indian Air Force successfully carried out first mid air refueling of indigenously build fighter aircraft Tejas MK 1 with IL-78 MKI tanker of 78 Sqn, lfrom base in Agra .
Annual Report MOD noted IAF on trajectory of modernization, transforming into strategic aerospace power.
Tejas LCA successfully fired Derby Air-to-Air Beyond Visual Range Missile expanding firing envelope and safe operation.
Speedy modernisation of the Armed Forces to meet present and emerging challenges, development of requisite capacities and infrastructure
Consolidation of technical specification of imported units carried out being projected for indigenisation .
HAL installed capacity to produce 8 Light Combat Aircraft – Tejas per annum.
The Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) "Tejas" inducted into No. 45 Squadron of IAF on 01 Jul 2016 also called"Flying Daggers".
The series production of the Tejas aircraft has already commenced at HAL Bangalore and the IAF intends to form the first squadron of the LCA on 01 July 2016
The equipment was noted to be detecting Radar signals operating in and around the flight path.
IOC of LCA a Major Milestone in Self-Reliance: Antony Flight Safety Record of Tejas is Unprecdented in Aviation History: ACM Browne
The long delayed LCA is finally taking off the development platform and may be cleared in December after the Defence Minister gingered up the DRDO
The DRDO Awards 2011,Electro-optical Fire Control System and Night Vision Devices,Submarine Launched Ballistic Missile System (SLBM),LCA Tejas.
Nearly three decades after it was first conceptualized; the Initial Operational Clearance for the Light Combat Aircraft was accorded today when the Defence Minister Shri AK Antony handed over a formal “Release to Service Certificate” of Tejas aircraft to the Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal PV Naik, at a function in Bangalore. The “Release to Service certificate” is prepared by Regional Center for Military Airworthiness, an organization under CEMILAC (Center for Military Airworthiness and Certification) which has thoroughly scrutinized the entire design, development, equipment testing and the results of flight testing of all the systems of Tejas over the last several months.
Defence Research Development Organization (DRDO) has undertaken joint development of missiles, Long Range Surface-to-Air Missile (LRSAM) for Indian navy and Medium Range Surface to Air Missile (MRSAM) for Indian Air Force with M/s Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI), Israel. The cost of project for LRSAM is Rs. 2606.02 crore and cost of project for MRSAM is Rs. 10075 crore.

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