The IAF is down to 34 squadrons. This will dip to 30 squadrons by the end of this decade, as nine squadrons of MiG-21 and MiG-27s retire, warns Ajai Shukla. Image: An Indian Air Force Jaguar at the Bengaluru airshow. Photograph: Reuters With no movement on the contract for 126 Rafale fighters, with the Indo-Russian Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft far in the future, and the Tejas light combat aircraft being built in insignificant numbers, the Indian Air Force is making up numbers by upgrading ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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