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08 October 2020 Current Events IAF Mulls to Include 125 Advanced Combat Aircrafts

The Indian Air Force (IAF) considers having more next-generation stealth featured Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA). The idea is to get more than 125 advanced version jets with two different engines to make IAF more potent (Air Force Day). Sources said the first two squadrons of the fighter jets would have an imported mechanism, the General Electric 414, 90 KN thrust, which has the same quality as the US-made fighter jets made by Boeing.


IAF Mulls to Include 125 Advanced Combat Aircrafts

The Indian Air Force (IAF) considers having more next-generation stealth featured Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA). The idea is to get more than 125 advanced version jets with two different engines to make IAF more potent (Air Force Day). Sources said the first two squadrons of the fighter jets would have an imported mechanism, the General Electric 414, 90 KN thrust, which has the same quality as the US-made fighter jets made by Boeing.




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