Indian Air Force Fighter Squadrons– Will Mix and Match Work?

The Indian Air force (IAF) flies fighters which are four and a half decades old said Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa said. “We are still flying MiG-21 which is 44 years old but nobody driving cars of that vintage,” Air Chief Dhanoa said at the seminar on “Modernisation and Indigenisation and plans of the Indian Air Force”, in New Delhi reported the Hindustan Times “Hopefully, I will fly the last sortie [of one of the batches] in September, subject to visibility,” he said. IAF fielded 42 fighter jet squadrons in 1985 authorised for a single-front against Pakistan. For a Two Front scenario it is believed that there is a requirement of 45 squadrons. But this number is constantly declining..........................

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