India Upgrading Jaguars And Mirage 2000s With New Weapons

BENGALURU, India — MBDA and Rafael are competing to provide new weapons systems for India’s Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd.-built Sepecat Jaguar fighters. The Jaguar, a ground attack aircraft, has bombs under the wings, so above the wing is where the missiles will be placed. MBDA is pitching the Asraam...

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