India’s LCA Falls Short Of Government Expectations

Credit: Tejas: Indian defense ministry
NEW DELHI – India’s Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) is under fire from the country’s audit watchdog, which found “deficiencies and shortfalls” in the aircraft, throwing into question its readiness to be inducted into the Indian air force (IAF). “The LCA Mark 1, currently under development, has...

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