Rafale Fighter Jets arrive at Ambala Air Force Station

In a short time, the modern fighter fighter Rafale will be in India. Shortly after flying from the UAE’s Al-Dafa airbase, five Rafale aircraft entered the Indian air range, after which Rafael was welcomed by the control room.

Indian Air Force Day

Indian Air Force Day

New Delhi: Today is a very special day for the country. A new page will be written today in the history of the Indian Air Force. In a short time, the modern fighter fighter Rafale will be in India. Shortly after flying from the UAE’s Al-Dafa airbase, five Rafale aircraft entered the Indian air range, after which Rafael was welcomed by the control room.

Rafale reached Ambala Airbase:

Rafale aircraft landed at Ambala airbase in Haryana on Wednesday, where they were welcomed with water salute. Air Force Chief RKS Bhadauria was also present during this period. These aircraft are scheduled to be inducted into the Indian Air Force fighter fleet by the end of July. According to reports, Rafale aircraft will be deployed in Ladakh sector.

After which the strength of the Air Force is going to increase manifold today. Section 144 has been imposed in four villages adjacent to Ambala airbase. However, preparations are being made not only in Ambala but also in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. Which has been prepared as a backup.

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Rafale planes flew from France on Tuesday, after which they were once fueled in the air. After which the five fighters stayed at the UAE’s Al Dafra base.

Meanwhile, from the INS Kolkata Control Room it was said, ‘Welcome to the Indian Ocean .. Indian Naval War Ship, Delta 63 Arrow Leader. May you touch the sky with glory, happy haunting. Happy Landing. ”That means welcome to the Indian sea region, hope you touch the heights of the sky, your landing will be successful.

This aircraft has very good flying performance and its weapons, radar and other sensors and Electronic Warfare capabilities are amongst the best in the world. Its arrival in India will make the IAF much stronger to deter any threat that may be posed on our country.

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