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Obituary: MMRCA

This piece contains long sentences & might offend those without a sense of humor, Colonel Blimps on TV news, children, patent applicants and other cartoons. Reader discretion is advised.

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MMRCA officially dead

Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar told Parliament on Thursday that the IAF tender for 126 Medium Multi Role Combat Aircraft (MMRCA) has been withdrawn.

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Video: PAF JF-17 at #PAS15

Check out the Pakistan Air Force JF-17 fighter as Air Commodore Khalid Mehmood takes us around the aircraft at the Paris Air Show 2015.

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Airbus, Tata set precedent with C-295 approval

The tender to manufacture the C-295 was the first aircraft procurement plan especially intended by the IAF and the defense ministry to be solely partnered in India by private industry.

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India could look at LCA-alternate to replace MiG-21

Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar: ‘A replacement (for the MiG-21) could be the LCA Tejas or another – I’ll not call it low end – but a single engine lighter aircraft. Tejas is a good aircraft but it has its limitations.’

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India may need to walk away from Rafale to buy MMRCA

Dassault can wait to have their way in the MMRCA negotiations knowing the aversion of the IAF and defense ministry to a re-tender, unless the defense ministry walks away from the table itself, first.

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Airbus to extend A330 MRTT bid

Christian Scherer, Head of Sales and Marketing at Airbus Defence and Space told StratPost about their plans to extend the validity of their A330 MRTT bid for the Indian Air Force.

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Airbus sees potential for A400M in India

StratPost spoke to Christian Scherer, Head of Sales and Marketing at Airbus Defence and Space the scope for the A-400M in India at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace exhibition (LIMA2015).

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India to acquire Harpoons for HDW submarines

The new order for two of the Indian Navy’s four HDW Type-209 submarines is expected to cost an estimated USD 200 million and the planned purchase currently awaits the Indian govt’s approval of the US Letter of Offer and Acceptance (LOA).

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Rolls-Royce debuts new Advanced Military Fan at Aero India 2015

The new concept is a spin-off from the hollow titanium blisk (bladed disk) of the Trent 700 engine and also derived the Rolls-Royce LiftSystem for the Pratt and Whitney F-135 vertical lift engine for F-35B.

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