Indian Light Combat Aircraft Moves Closer To Service

NEW DELHI — Almost 30 years after it was conceived, India’s indigenously designed and developed Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) has reached the second phase of its long-awaited Initial Operational Clearance (IOC II), clearing the way for its induction into the Indian air force. The LCA...

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