Sabtu, Januari 09, 2010

India bought 126 Jet Fighter and 10 Aircraft Carrier C-17

Indian Air Force expects the deal a major purchase 126 fighter jets in the program Medium Multi-Role Combat Aircraft (MMRCA) immediately realized, reported news agency Press Trust of India (PTI), Thursday (7 / 1).

This fighter jet is expected to soon replace the fighter jets made in the Soviet era, MiG-21 of Indian Air Force has operated since 1963. Indian Air Force had trouble with old age and the treatment plane, expressed by Air Marshal Nohwar Kishan Kumar during a press conference.

The Indian government held an international tender procurement estimated 126 fighter jets worth 12 billion dollars, making the purchase alutsista one of the world's largest species.

Tender is followed by five aircraft maker, Swedish-based company filed Saab Gripen NG, Lockheed Martin United States (U.S.) made F-16 specially made suit India called the F-16 Viper, U.S. Boeing F/A-18, MiG Russia filed MiG-29, French Dassault Rafale and the consortium offering the European Union filed Typhoon.

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