Analysis: How India’s Tejas Fighter Stacks Up

Credit: Aeronautical Development Agency
More than 30 years in development, India’s first two Tejas light fighters entered air force service on July 1. The Tejas Mk. 1 is late and falls short of its requirements. But it has created an industrial ecosystem better positioned to deliver planned upgrades and future aircraft than India had...

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