The Ministry of Defense said that the Indian Air Force took part in this air exercise for the first time in which the SU-30 MKI fighter aircraft was involved.
Indian Air Force participated in this air exercise for the first time.
India (India) participated in multilateral air exercises in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) along with other countries including the US (US) and France (France). This reflects India’s defense relations with the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The officials gave this information on Saturday. He said that the sixth edition of the air exercise “Desert Flag-6” was conducted at the Al-Dhafra Air Force Base in UAE from March 4 to March 27. The Ministry of Defense said that the Indian Air Force took part in this air exercise for the first time in which the SU-30 MKI fighter aircraft was involved.
Defense cooperation between India and Arab countries has increased in recent times. Recently, Army Chief MM Narwane visited Saudi Arabia and UAE. Shortly thereafter, the Indian Air Force is taking part in multinational air maneuvers in the UAE. When Rafale aircraft were coming to India from France, these planes also filled fuel after landing in the UAE.
The sixth edition of Exercise Desert Flag –VI, an annual multi-lateral large force employment exercise, successfully culminated today with de-induction of the Indian contingent from UAE. pic.twitter.com/y7Z37OitnG
– ANI (@ANI) March 27, 2021
Purchase Agreement for Army at a cost of 1,188 crores
Recently, the Ministry of Defense signed an agreement with the state-run Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL) on Friday to buy 4,960 anti-tank guided missiles for the Indian Army at a cost of Rs 1,188 crore. The ministry said that these missiles are capable of hitting a distance of 1,850 meters and they can be fired from the ground along with a vehicle based launcher. It is planned to include them in the army fleet in three years.
To strengthen the combat capabilities of armies…
In the last few months, the ministry has finalized several procurement projects to strengthen the combat capabilities of the three armies. “The Defense Ministry’s procurement arm has tied up with the public sector defense undertaking Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL) to supply 4,960 Milan-2T anti-guided guided missiles to the Indian Army at a cost of Rs 1,188 crore,” the ministry said in a statement. Have done.
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