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Rafale fighter jets to be inducted into Indian Air Force by 2022, says Bhadauria

India had signed an inter-governmental deal with France to buy 36 of these fighter jets at a cost of ₹59,000 crore in September 2016.

Air chief marshal RKS Bhadauria (ANI Photo)
Air chief marshal RKS Bhadauria (ANI Photo)
Published on Jun 19, 2021 04:08 PM IST

3 more Rafale jets leave for India from France

India ordered 36 warplanes from France (equivalent of two squadrons) in 2016 for Rs.59,000 crore under a government-to-government deal.

The jets’ arrival will allow the IAF to begin raising its second Rafale squadron at Hasimara in West Bengal. (TWITTER/@Indian Embassy.)
The jets’ arrival will allow the IAF to begin raising its second Rafale squadron at Hasimara in West Bengal. (TWITTER/@Indian Embassy.)
Updated on May 06, 2021 01:20 AM IST

PM Modi speaks to IAF chief, takes stock of efforts by Air Force to tackle Covid

Briefing PM Modi about IAF's preparedness, Bhadauria said the IAF has ordered its entire heavy lift fleet and a substantial number of medium lift fleets to be prepared round the clock.

PM Modi also asked RKS Bhadauria about the health of the IAF personnel and their families
PM Modi also asked RKS Bhadauria about the health of the IAF personnel and their families
Updated on Apr 28, 2021 04:20 PM IST

IAF set to lease A330 mid-air refueller from France for training

The A330 refuellers of France and UAE air force have been used to ferry as many as 17 Rafale omni-role fighters to India from Merignac-Bordeaux air base since July 2020. Another seven fighters are due to arrive in India in May

The A330 can not only operate with load in thin atmosphere of Ladakh and beyond but also supply fuel to Indian fighters at Himalayan heights with combat radius of 1800 km and 50 tonnes of fuel for four hours.(Representational photo)
The A330 can not only operate with load in thin atmosphere of Ladakh and beyond but also supply fuel to Indian fighters at Himalayan heights with combat radius of 1800 km and 50 tonnes of fuel for four hours.(Representational photo)
Published on Apr 28, 2021 09:05 AM IST

AI can bring enormous changes in way we train and fight wars: IAF chief

The chief of air staff said his force is also looking at using artificial intelligence in areas of data and intelligence fusion, maintenance as well as in its decision support system.

Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria also urged the industry to work on developing various military applications of AI. (ANI Photo)
Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria also urged the industry to work on developing various military applications of AI. (ANI Photo)
Published on Apr 05, 2021 08:07 PM IST
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