PDF THINK TANK: ANALYST
- Jul 25, 2013
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bla bla.Clearly Indians are deluded and try to make themselves feel better by going on Pakistani forums and nonsensically boast about their wet dreams.
Explains why India is ranked lower than Pakistan on the Happiness scale.
Does not surprise me when I see the USA has a sort of beef with around 80% of the world. Big power's problem.Sees almost every country in East and South East Asia has some sort beef with China? Lol Anyway, guess its a good thing for US since US can come to act as a peacemaker of some sort to help those countries from Chinese bullying.
He's right though.
If Tejas isn't inducted in large numbers in IAF and doesn't establish its credentials, it would be unviable to export.
The truth is always unpalatable, more so in this day and age.
I am sure your key board warrior skills are much superior to technical team of Malaysian Air Force, they rejected worlds best fighter jet in round one only,Haha, You know I'm trying to tell you that the JF17 is so much more superior
I am sure your key board warrior skills are much superior to technical team of Malaysian Air Force, they rejected worlds best fighter jet in round one only,
They have no idea that JF17 has so much keyboard power, they should come to PDF to see your post and fire their evaluation team
Its not about grapes being sour but the entire logistical chain that is required when purchasing a foreign fighter.There are 36 Tejas Mk1s in service, 14 more twin seaters to be delivered and 73 more single seat Tejas Mk1As on contract for delivery to the IAF with deliveries to start from February 2024.
That is 123 Tejas Mk1 and Mk1A on contract, bigger than the entire Malaysian Air Force.
Plus there are strong rumours from Aero India 2023 of another 50 Tejas Mk1As being ordered by the IAF. That would take the total figure to 173 Tejas Mk1/Mk1A fighters that will be in service eventually by 2030.
This is a disappointment, but hardly anything to worry about. There is more than enough domestic demand that will keep the Tejas production line humming till 2030.
Let Malaysia fly a LIFT like the FA-50 while the IAF focuses on the Tejas Mk1A as it's primary light fighter. Tejas Mk1 fighters just completed their first international exercise Desert Flag VIII in the UAE against the likes of the Mirage-2000-9, F-16 Blk 60, Rafale, F-16 Blk 52, Typhoon T2 and F-15E. A wealth of experience that the Tejas squadrons will be absorbing and using to define future capabilities for the type.
Ignore trolls, they've gotta do what they need to make themselves feel better given their nation's piss poor pathetic state and hopeless outlook.
No jet requires validation from a keyboard warriorWhy didn't you quote my entire post?
HERE LET ME DO IT FOR YOU:
Haha, You know I'm trying to tell you that the JF17 is so much more superior to the Tejas, already induced in two other airforces, fully operational with MLU's around the corner, yes it didn't make it to the MRAF.. being so accomplished and still didnt make it...
How in the world did you even think Tejas stood a chance? LMAO!
Don't come here to shit on the JF17 when your own "indigenous" abomination was rejected by your own Air Force.
Thats you British and Americans wish all the time.Sees almost every country in East and South East Asia has some sort beef with China? Lol Anyway, guess its a good thing for US since US can come to act as a peacemaker of some sort to help those countries from Chinese bullying.