NEW DELHI: Deputy Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Ashutosh Dixit, conducted a sortie in the LCA Tejas trainer aircraft on Thursday to evaluate its capabilities and assess the progress of indigenous combat aircraft projects. The sortie took place at the National Flight Test Centre, Aeronautical Development Agency, and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) Tejas Division
The Indian Air Force’s (IAF) two-engine tandem-rotor Chinook and newly inducted Rafale fighter aircraft stole the show at the air show that was held in Udhampur.
Air Chief Marshal Vivek Ram Chaudhari announced that the Indian Air Force (IAF) will induct 10 per cent of females under the Agniveer Scheme.
India’s Light Combat Helicopter (LCH), which was inducted into the Indian Air Force (IAF) at Jodhpur on Monday, will make its first public display during the 90th Air Force Day on October 8.
The IAF contingent, that took part in Exercise Pitch Black 22, has returned after successful participation in the multinational exercise that was held in Australia.
NEW DELHI: A contingent of the Indian Air Force (IAF) left for Malaysia on Friday to participate in a bilateral exercise named Udarashakti. Interestingly, this will be the first bilateral exercise between the IAF and the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF). The IAF contingent will have Sukhoi-30 MKI and C-17 aircraft, while the RMAF will
Indian Air Force (IAF) has a remarkably large transport fleet, probably one of the largest in the world. The IAF benefitted from the close relationship between India and Russia, thereby possessing a large number of IL-76MD aircraft and a substantial An-32 fleet. However, India also possesses locally-built fleets of Avro HS-748 and Dornier 228 for
With the crash of another MiG-21 Trainer, the media blame game shall once again commence with great gusto. Everyone from politicians to panwallahs will offer expert advice on what to do. The media will further muddy the waters by fielding an array of experts whose quality may range from retired Air Marshals to loquacious loudmouth
NEW DELHI: Over 55 lakh ex-servicemen and their eligible dependents benefitted from the Ex-Servicemen Contributory Health Scheme (ECHS) that provides cashless and capless medical benefits, the ministry of defence told in Lok Sabha. Apart from a vast network of 427 ECHS polyclinics and 30 ECHS Regional Centres and Empanelled Health Care Organizations in India, the