Raphael planes join Indian squad to threaten Pakistan, China

 Raphael planes join Indian squad to threaten Pakistan, China



New Delhi: The Indian Air Force has formally added the first batch of five Rafale fighter jets to its force. According to a foreign news agency, a formal ceremony was held at the Air Force Station in Ambala, with Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and his French counterpart Florence Parle attending the ceremony. Saw while flying. A brief statement issued by the Indian Air Force said that the IAF today today formally inducted the Raphael aircraft into the Squadron Golden Aero at Air Force Station, Ambala. The ceremony also marks Raphael's full operational entry into the IAF, with reports that the second batch is expected to arrive in India by the end of November this year.

Writer : Ali Hassan 

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