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Tejas's 45 squadrons (flying daggers) under the Southern Air Command have been deployed on the Western Front near the Pakistan border. (File photo)
- Tejas's 45 squadrons (flying daggers) were deployed on the Western Front near the Pakistan border under Southern Air Command
- Air Force and Ministry of Defense hope to finalize 83 Mark-1A aircraft deal by the end of this year
The army has taken another step towards making the defense sector self-sufficient. The Air Force has deployed indigenous fighter aircraft Tejas on the Western Front. This will help keep an eye on the border with Pakistan.
Quoting sources, the news agency said that Tejas has been deployed near the Pakistan border with the intention of avoiding any kind of enemy action. Tejas's 45 squadrons (flying daggers) under the Southern Air Command have been deployed on the Western Front near the Pakistan border.
The Prime Minister also appreciated
Swadeshi Tejas was praised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his address on Independence Day. He said that the deal to buy LCA Mark-1A version will be completed soon.
The first squadron of the indigenous aircraft Tejas is the initial operational clearance version. The second 18 squadron 'Flying Bullets' is the final operational clearance version, flown by Air Chief Marshal Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria from the Sulur airbase in Coimbatore on 27 May.
Deal of 83 Mark-1 aircraft in final stage
The Air Force and the Ministry of Defense are expected to finalize the deal for the 83 Mark-1A aircraft by the end of this year. In view of the ongoing tension along the Chinese border, the Air Force has increased its strength on the Pakistan and China border. The forward base of the army has been strengthened to deal with all situations on the western and northern front.
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