NEW DELHI—Almost three decades after India launched its Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) project, the country’s air force is due to get its first aircraft in March 2015. The Indian air force (IAF) has ordered a total of 40 LCAs. The first 20 will be in the initial operational clearance (IOC) configuration and the remainder will be in the final operational clearance (FOC) design.  The LCA cleared the second phase of its IOC in December 2013. The aircraft with the IOC ...

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