Indian Air force tests itself against the World's best

Last updated on Aug 11, 2008

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

Indian Air-force fliers are in Nevada at the Nellis airbase as India had been invited to participate in a special NATO exercise.  Indian IAF have trained long and are very proud of their professional strength and they want to show it.


An Indian Airforce SU-30 lands at the Nellis airbase.

247 IAF warriors reached Nellis a couple of days ago after their training and practice at the Idaho air base and will use their Sukhoi fighters against the F-16s and F-15s of US and NATO.  A complex and advanced network centric operations during the two-week long exercise will be undertaken.  There will be “Red” and “Blue” forces.  US being the Red force and Blue being the enemy.

It will be a tough exercise and will test everyone to the max.  Rs. 100 crores are being spent by India and the Vice Chief of Air Staff Air Marshal PV Naik.  Other countries participating are France and South Korea.

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