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ขายดีก็ขึ้นราคา 2021 Honda Civic Type R เพิ่มหมื่นกว่าบาท แต่ออพชั่นเหมือนเดิม

2021 Honda Civic Type R (ฮอนด้า ซีวิค ไทป์อาร์) รถเก๋งตัวแรงที่ใช้พื้นฐานจาก Honda Civic Hatchback ไปโมดิฟายจากโรงงานให้มีกำลัง

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สปายช็อต 2022 Honda Civic Type Rเผย 2022 Honda Civic Type R (ฮอนด้า ซีวิค ไทพ์ อาร์) รุ่นต่อไปจะยังคงใช้เครื่องยนต์สันดาปภายในเหมือนเดิม

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Why is Jaguar not introducing new models for world class competition? Has it lost its glory after it has gone into the hand of the Tata Group, with no R&D?

I think you should “wake up” and read some good car magazines or watch news for a change. It is because of the Tata Group that JLR even survived. Had it not been overtaken by Tata, Jaguar and Land Rover would have been automakers of the past. Not only did Jaguar and Land Rover survive, they are now out of loss and are generating profits. As far as R&D is concerned, just so you know, Tata has invested around 10 Billion Pounds in JLR’s Research and Development for “Product Creation”, which is the highest investment by any car manufacturer in the UK. As far as new models are concerned, here are a “few” of the newly manufactured, overhauled, designed cars by JLR Group. a. Jaguar XE b. Jaguar XF c. Jaguar XJ d. Jaguar F Type e. Range Rover Evoque f. Range Rover Evoque Convertible g. Range Rover Velar h. Range Rover SV Autobiography

What are some signs that tell that the Indian Army is getting stronger under the Modi government?

Thanks for the A2A. EDIT 1(04–06–2020): After suggestions by many, I am cutting off unnecessary info and also thank you, everybody, for the amazing response. I will instead limit it to mainly a list of major latest equipment purchased, so everybody comes to know what our Modiji did for the armed forces. Also taking down the specification -the number of pieces brought. NOTE: But I will take down the numbers only on equipment like Bulletproof jackets but not missiles or Rafale jets as they are something very common. Also, India the 4th Biggest Military spender: India was 4th biggest military spender last year First I would suggest you read the book - Securing India The Modi Way by Nitin Gokhale. It clears all such doubts. But before you read more just keep in mind this one thing - What The Modi Govt has done for the country not even a minor part of it was done by the previous NSA. I will specify more on what all he has done but the main thing is -' Giving Pak a befitting reply'. Since the Modi Govt came to rule not a single major terror attack took place outside the valley. He taught Pak what they will have to go through if they hurt India. It knows that the Kashmir that they are dying for is just approx 16,000 sq km behind whom they are like ' Allah ' but Balochistan is 45 per cent of Pakistan's landmass so over there they would have great difficulty. In 2015 Ajit Doval was quoted saying " If Pakistan conducts another 26/11 type attack then it will have to lose Balochistan. Today whatever they are doing in Kashmir sooner or later they will have to suffer 10 times more in Balochistan. Just like how they require a passport to travel to Bangladesh the same way they would require a passport to travel to Balochistan. This is mainly what stops Pak from major terror attacks. They are scared of India! And obviously our Army intelligence and also the army guys stop them… The army didn’t have Bulletproof jackets, Rifle Accessories, Light Bulletproof helmets, New SUVs, Artillery, New Light strike vehicles, Anti Tank Missiles, Small tactical drones and quadcopters. BIGGEST PROBLEM WAS THAT EVERYTHING WAS IMPORTED AS IMPORTS GAVE HEFTY KICKBACKS. Proof of which are Denel, Augusta Westland, Finmeccanica all of them date backs to 2004–2014. Going one-by-one: BulletProof Jacket: • Batch 1: By Tata and MKU • Batch 2: SMPP Pvt Ltd with Tech transfer from DRDO. (Batch 2 contained pieces triple than that of Batch 1) Gun Accessory: Army wants new guns, but seeing the long process the present government gave go-ahead for massive modernisation of existing arms which included installing Rails to accommodate various optical sights and modified handguards. All the modifications are done mostly by OFB or FAB defence (an Israeli company). BulletProof Helmets: MKU, Kanpur: Almost 2 Lac+ An Infantry pre-2015 even in an operationally hot area looked like this “Ram Bharose” Today it’s much better: New SUVs and LSUVs: The Tata Safari Storme is now standard SUV of the army: The New Light Strike Vehicle is: Force Motor Gurkha Orders bagged by local manufacturers in recent years for Forces Force Gurkha: 4×4 LSV Ashok Leyland: FAT 6×6 (450) 10×10 Super Stallion (81) 4×4 Ambulances (825)[https://defence-blog.com/army/indian-army-has-ordered-825-ashok-leyland-ambulance-4x4.html ] TATA: Multi-Axle Trucks (1200) Safari STORME (3192) Xenon Pickup 1Door (500) & 2Door (52) ARTILLERY: These were the first artillery purchase and modernisation in 30 Years. ZU 23–2 Upgrade: Punj-Lloyd and OFB.[Upgrade of ZU-23mm 2B Air Defence Gun] Akash 1S SAM: DRDO L-70 Upgrade: BEL:[Indian Army receives 2 BEL-made L70 upgrade guns] AESA Radar on Ashilka Anti Aircraft systems: BEL: Pinaka Mk-2 MBRL: OFB+ DRDO BMP-2 Upgrade: OFB Medak[Indian Army To Upgrade 693 BMP-2 ICVs - Latest Defence News India- Indian Defence News- Indian Army News ] QRSAM: Started late 2015 tested successfully thrice till now K-9 Vajra: L&T and Hanwa Tecwin: 100 M-777: BAE+Mahindra Defense: 145 OFB Dhanush DRDO ATAGS: 1200+ OFB-Metamorphosis Small Tactical Drones: Spy-Lite Drone: Idea-forge Netra drone: Add to all these Rs 40000 Crs to the army to whatever they wanna buy on an emergency basis and without much government interference. Indian Air Force: The biggest purchases were: DRDO AEW&C: 4 Astra BVR: Swati WLR: Inducted Rafale:36 LCA Tejas: 40+83 [Did not take down LCA TEJAS manufacture numbers as it is manufactured by our own Hindustan Aeronautics Company(HAL) and the figures are clearly available in the public domain] Turbofan Engine for UCAVs: It is a commendable job indeed. The Manik engine is being prepared for the first prototype of the AURA UCAV programme named SWiFT. Thus showing the UCAV programme is moving well under the wraps. The engine’s technology transfer has been done to several private players including Bharat forge. The one with the best quality will be finally selected for supplying engine for the UCAV. Not only this UCAV programme, but we can also use this engine for smaller Jet powered reconnaissance UAVs like a smaller jet-engined Rustom with a limited weapons payload. Apache Choppers: 36 [NOTE: The number of Apaches are also easily available on the net.] HAL-LCH: (Almost 190) As of now IOC achieved. INDIAN NAVY: The biggest achievement was: Operationalising the Arihant nuclear-powered submarine Opereatinalise K-15 Nuclear-Capable SLBM. Since the Question deals with only hardware procurement I shall keep the scope of the answer limited to this further when defence R&D is concerned keeping the record of present Modi government in front of the Congress shall bring bigger embarrassment to them. Overall I would rate the present Government 10/10 and the previous one 2.5/10 that includes No R&D, Corruption, delay, No private sector participation. Somebody wants even more comprehensive report, here is it from Parliament’s standing committee report: Parliamentary Standing committee on defence report 43 suggests otherwise: DRDO: The key projects which have been taken up in the 12thFYP are: New generation antiradiation missile (NGARM), solid fuel ducted ramjet (SFDR) technology, quick reaction surface-to-air missile (QRSAM), a man-portable anti-tank guided missile (MPATGM), ASB-Glide, smart anti-airfield weapon (SAAW), Kautilya, Prahaar, Akash Mk-1S, Akash NG, Anvesha, RudraM-II, stand-off anti-tank guided missile (SANT), liquid fuel ramjet engine, HEAT- Abhyas, autonomous rotary unmanned aerial vehicle ‘RUAV’-10 kg, unmanned small airship system (USAS), small turbo fan engine (STFE), IFF Mk 12th(A) system variants, advanced towed artillery gun system (ATAGS), 500 kg preformed fragmentation bomb, 1500 HP engine (National Mission), landing gear system for 2-Ton class UAV, BMCS for 155 mm artillery gun, Advanced Daksh platform-CBRNe platforms, wheeled armour platform (WHAP), ATGM for MBT Arjun Mk-II, corner shot weapon system for pistol and UBGL, electric gun and turret drive system (ELEGANT), AIP system on P-75 submarines, sonars (ALTAS, Abhay, HUMSA UG, Tushar), supersonic missile assisted release of torpedo (SMART), Internal RWJ system for Jaguar DARIN III upgrade aircraft, Sband hub and ground SATCOM terminals, Himshakti (Girishakti), EW System ‘Samudrika’, Ground-based mobile ELINT station ‘Himraj’, national open-air range (NOAR), ground-based electronic countermeasures against GNSS receivers ‘GYPSY’, submarine periscope, AESA radar ‘Uttam’ for LCA, air defence fire control radar ‘Atulya’, air defence tactical control radar, ANURouter, new operating system, S-band digital multimedia broadcast terminal for satellite communication, MEMS packaging facility, multi-agent robotics system (MARS), microwave chaff for Defence applications. Project completed: The plan period also saw the completion of a number of projects viz. Integrated Aerostat Surveillance System - Medium Size (Nakshatra), Aerostat Platform 2000 cum (Akashdeep), Inflatable Radome, Heavy Drop System – 16T, Enhanced Range Rocket ‘Pinaka’ Mk-II, Penetration-cum-Blast (PCB) and Thermobaric (TB) Ammunition for 120 mm Arjun Tank, multi-calibre Individual Weapon System (MCIWS), Air Bursting Grenade (ABG) for Individual Weapon, 46m Military Load Class (MLC-70) Modular Bridge, Mountain Foot Bridge, Conversion of BMP into Tele-operated & Autonomous Vehicle, Satellite-based Surveillance (SBS) and Reconnaissance System, EW Suite for Fighter Aircraft (EWSFA), Dual Colour Missile Approach Warning System (DCMAWS) for Fighter Aircraft (Su-30 MKI), Medium Power Radar (MPR) ‘Arudhra’, Electro-Optical Fire Control System for Naval Ships (EON-51), Electro-Optical Sensors for Airborne Platforms (UAV & Aerostat), Modern ESM System ‘VARUNA’, S-Band Hub and Ground SATCOM Terminals, NBC Defence Technologies, Life Support System for Services (LSSS), MEMS Technology (MEMSTECH), AlGaN/GaN High Electron Mobility Transistors Material and Device Development, Ku Band MPM based Transmitter for Airborne Radar, Technologies for TAC C3I Integration, Missile Launched Precision Guided Munitions (MLPGMs), Imaging Infra Red (IIR) Seeker for Supersonic/HypersonicGuided Missiles, ASB Glide Weapon System, Open Range Test Facility for Radar Cross-Section and Antenna Measurements (UHF to W BAND) – ORANGE, Track Extension and Rail Track Rocket Sled (RTRS) Augmentation, Advanced Torpedo Defence System ‘Maareech’, High Speed Heavy Weight Ship Launched Torpedo ‘Varunastra’, Low Frequency Dunking Sonar (LFDS), Seakeeping&Manoeuvering Basin (SMB), Bullet Proof Jacket and Materials & Technologies for Stealth Applications (STEP) to name a few prominent ones. OFB “Progress made by OFB in Research & Development [R&D] in manufacturing the entire weapon system platform & its ammunition/ accessories, by own In house R&D is as follows: a) Artillery Guns: Technical evaluation and firing trials and is presently undergoing battery firing trials. TRIALS COMPLETED SUCCESSFULLY, PRODUCTION RUN TO START SHORTLY. b) Upgunning of 130mm Gun to 155mm: c) Assault Rifle 7.62x51mm and Protective Carbine 5.56x30mm: For modernization of Infantry Weapons. Both these weapon systems (i.e. weapon and its ammunition) are under advanced stage of development. JVPC ORDERED BY CRPF AND STATE POLICE. d) Futuristic Infantry Combat Vehicle (FICV): It will replace existing BMP-II. Various varieties of its ammunition (i.e. 30mm Ammunition) are already manufactured by Ordnance Factories. OFB is further developing 30mm FSAPDS and 30mm PFFC ammunition to enhance the role of the weapon platform. e) Air Defence Gun: A high rate of fire gun for defence of vulnerable area/ point against incoming enemy aircraft/ missile. The first prototype has been developed and initial firing trial has been done internally by OFB. f) Assault Rifle 7.62 x 51mm: It is being developed in association with Project Management Team (PMT) headed by DG (Infantry), Army Hqrs. The first prototype has been demonstrated. g) Electronic Fuzes for 155mm Ammunition: Following major products have been developed through in-house R&D by OFB: a. Various types of Ammunition for Anti Material Rifle b. Upgraded Air Defence Gun L-70 c. Mine Protected Vehicles d. Nuclear Biological Chemical (NBC) Recce Vehicle e. 7.62 x 39mm Assault Rifle ‘Ghatak’ f. Chaff Launcher ‘Kavach’ and Chaff Decoys g. Naval Gun CRN-91 h. Aerial (i.e. Aircraft) Bombs i. Image Intensifier based night sight for Driver of all Armored Fighting Vehicles (BMP-II, T-72 & T-90) for night fighting capability j. Thermal Imager based night sight for Commander of T-72 Tank k. Non-Prohibited Bore Pistol & Revolver (0.22 and 0.32 Calibre) l. Under Barrel Grenade Launcher & Multi Grenade Launcher m. Anti Submarine Rockets RGB-60 & RGB-12 n. A-7 Ammunition 7.62mm Calibre” First Chinook handed over to IAF by Boeing. 2. Modi Government has announced the biggest ever Defense budget i.e 3 Lac Crore a steady increase of 7% from last year. 3. New Sniper rifles inbound for Northern command along with new Battle Rifles[SIG-716-G2]. Confirmed by COAS. https://indianarmy.nic.in/writereaddata/RFI/150/RFI%20BALLISTIC%20HELMET.pdf Army to get 1.59 lakh ballistic helmets Official DRDO website: https://www.drdo.gov.in/achievements-2#:~:text=Defence%20Research%20and%20Development%20Organisation%20(DRDO)%20handed%20over%20three%20of,and%20(iii)%20NBC%20Drugs . By HAL: https://hal-india.co.in/Product_Details.aspx?Mkey=54&lKey=&CKey=20 By The Financial Express : Rs 1,000 cr order: Good news for army men, trials for bullet-proof jackets set to start Quora: S Banerjie's answer to What did the Modi government do for the Indian Army? Took down long unwanted specifications and also once again Thank You!! for the amazing response!!!!!!

What are some unknown facts about Ratan Tata?

1. Born to an adopted father His father, Naval Tata, was adopted by Navajbai Tata (wife of Ratanji Tata) from J. N. Petit Parsi Orphanage. 2. Raised By his grandmother Ratan Tata was very close to his grandmother Navajbai Tata (wife of Ratanji Tata) and was raised by her after his parents separated in the mid-1940s when he was only 10 years old. 3. Dog Connection Ratan Tata is fond of dogs and has 2 pet dogs named- Tito and Maximus. source: more than just the news magazine from India , image: more than just the news magazine from India 4. Ratan Tata’s 1st job He started working at the Tata Steel in 1961 & his first job was to handle the blast furnace and shovel limestone. 5. Lucky-charm for Tata Group! He became Chairman of Tata group in 1991 and during his 21 year career, he transformed the Tata Group from a National Brand to an International Brand by his pragmatic business skills to take-over the established brands like- Land Rover Jaguar by Tata Motors, Tetly by Tata Tea and Corus by Tata Steel. 6. A promise is a promise! Ratan Tata considers Nano Car as his dearest project and before the six years of the launch of Nano Car on 23 March 2009, he promised to offer a car at one lakh rupees and in his speech at the launch of Nano car he said- A prome a prome. 7. Fond of Cars! Ratan Tata has great affection for cars and has a good collection of cars like- Ferrari California, Honda Civic, Land Rover Freelander, Maserati Quattroporte, Cadillac XLR, Mercedes Benz 500 SL, Chrysler Sebring, Mercedes Benz S-Class, Jaguar F-Type, Jaguar XF-R, etc. 8. A trained pilot! Ratan Tata loves flying and is a trained pilot. He became the first Indian to fly F-16 Falcon on 8 February 2007. Source:-8 Interesting Facts About Ratan Tata and Ratan Tata

Why do people love/like aviation?

Aviation has always fascinated me. I can remember being a baby (under 2 anyway), and looking up into a bright blue cloudless sky watching a very high jet drawing out its white contrail. I think my dad told me it was a B-47 bomber. He had built Bristol Blenheims in the war. A teacher at our school had her birthday, and she was marred to an RAF pilot who flew with the Red Arrows. We were treated to a personal, private air display by the Arrows over the school. That was a big moment of inspiration and awe for me. I was 7. At around the same time, both the Arab-Israeli conflict (1967 Six Day War) and Vietnam featured nightly on the news. I didn’t understand about war or politics, but I loved the sight of those F-4s and B-52s in action. The Phantom was it as far as I was concerned. There was just something about aircraft - the apparent defiance of gravity, the speed, the noise, the sheer joy of flying. It represented something - a kind of freedom unobtainable on the surface of the ordinary Earth. People of my generation grew up in an era of the Cold War with a massive military, and, in Britain at least, there was an RAF or USAF base around almost every corner. We also grew up with war stories and comics featuring air battles, stories of heroism, danger and winning out against the odds. Great Boys’ Own stuff. All of those things left a deep impression, and many kids wanted to be pilots, just as Victorian kids wanted to be engine drivers. By the age of 10 I was a complete aviation nerd. I could name almost any plane; I thought I knew everything about the history of aviation - most of this was learned from the backs of a set of collectable cards free with packets of Brooke-Bond tea. We moved house across the country, and were about 10 miles from Luton Airport. When I realised this, I suddenly became a lot more enthusiastic about moving. At the time, there were frequent overflys by Boeing 707s and 720s, 737s, Bristol Britannias, BAC-1–11s, Comet 4s. A new friend and I cycled after school to Luton to watch the jets. We hadn’t bothered to tell our parents, so that caused a big scare. But watching those planes was a thrill that overrode all concern. I adored the wild colour schemes on the jets of Court Line. Not long after, Court took delivery of the UK’s first L-1011 TriStar, ‘Halcyon Days’ (G-BAAA) That was an amazing sight! Love the L-1011 to this day, but nothing beat it in Court’s livery. But I still had never flown - it seemed an impossible dream, even then. People like us (poor-ish, average) just didn’t fly. Court among others were changing all that, but it was a while before it affected me directly. I first flew in 1976, on a DC-8. In the 70s I was able to go to lots of air displays, and they were always a fantastic experience. The best were the big American displays at places like Mildenhall and Greenham Common. There was always such a variety to see - even relatively small displays could command a big selection of fly-bys by British and US types. Not only my favourite, the F4 Phantom (both US and UK variants), but Lightnings, Hunters, Harriers, Jaguars, F-104s, F-14, 15 and 16, Vulcans, Victors, Fiat G91s, The Red Arrows, other display teams like the Frecce Tricolori, Patrouille de France and even The Thunderbirds made a UK appearance in ’76 (US bicentennial year). Not to forget the historic sights of Spitfires, Hurricanes, Lancaster, P-51, B-17s and B-25s, Meteor, Vampire and Sea Vixen. The 70s were a fantastic time to be an aviation nut - everything was interesting then, even airliners. I guess my interest tailed off as I grew up and had to face up to the adult world. My dream of being a pilot fell by the wayside when I realised I just would never have the ‘right stuff’, and this sort of defeatism proved the point. Interestingly, a very good friend and fellow aviation nut at school followed his dream and flies jets today - in fact mostly out of Luton where we used to go and poke our noses longingly through the fence. I did eventually decide to follow my dream at least a little bit and trained for my PPL in ‘99. Of course I’d flown many times as a passenger by then, so flight was no longer the mysterious dimension it had once been, but it was still a thrill to finally be flying a plane myself, even it was only a C172. Of course the reality of flying bears little resemblance to the romance, especially in the UK with its crowded and heavily controlled airspace. You can’t just swan about as if it’s 1930 and you’ve just bought a Tiger Moth, dropping down onto the cricket field for tea. But reality brings a lot of great things of its own - responsibility for yourself, your passengers and other air users. The need to be on top of things, the need to know what you’re doing, to read a chart, use a radio, know where you are, understand the weather, to be able to calculate wind vectors and course corrections in your head, to be competent, to show airmanship. All these things have their own rewards. So why do people love aviation? Because it’s just the most fantastic thing!

Why is the IAF far behind from PAF in modern warfare equipment like AWACS and BVR missiles in spite of having 6 times more budget?

Far behind in modern warfare equipment? Not really if we take into account what really constitutes modern warfare equipment. There is much more to it than BVR missiles and AWACS. Since the question was primarily about these two, lets start from missiles and sensors first and then move on to what really modern warfare equiments are from the air forces PoV. Missiles: Considering only the A2A component, there are 2 types: CCM(Close combat missile) and BVR(Beyond visual range). The primary CCM in IAF is the Russian R-73 and the french Matra Magic(being phased out now). The IAF is investing heavily in the CCM component by switching to new generation missiles like the MBDA ASRAAM. This missile is being fitted to the Jaguars and is being also being considered fleetwide. On the BVR front, R77 is not as obsolete as is being made out in the media. Despite all the propaganda about the enemy's AIM 120 C-5 being the next best thing to sliced bread, the fact that the OPFOR had to fire off mutiple missiles to stave off the Mirages's and MKIs' without shooting them down in the bargain, doesnt really speak that highly of the missile. When the OPFOR is numerically stronger and has fired off missiles first, they generally start off with an advantage. Had the IAF being asked to hit them first, the RoE not withstanding, the R-77 would have had the same kind of impact. The Mirages were also carrying the MICA which came with their upgrades, which is also amongst the top of the line BVRs' in thw world today. Fact remains, based on the audio transcripts and the AWACS data, the other side lost their nerves and seeing the Mirages and the MKIs entering into the fight, fired off multiple missiles with some even outside the Dmax range. This kind of pray and shoot is not really needed if the missile is supposedly the other side's amongst the most potent weapons. Speaking further, with the impending induction of Rafales with their meteor missiles, the enemy will be outranged and outgunned. Likewise, the introduction of the Astra BVR will too address the BVR arena as it is better in practically every way to the R-77. Besides this, the Israeli Derby, R-27 variants too adorn the IAF's quiver and net net are not outdated by any means. Sensor suite: If we include AWACS/AEW&C here, the IAF has 3 Phalcons and 2 Nethras as of now. The Phalcons by virtue of their capabilities, remains the top dog irrespective of what the enemy throws at us, whether they are the Erieyes or the ZDKs'. Numerically though, we could definitely have been in a better position. The Phalcons and Nethras though stellar for their roles, are not sufficient for a two front situation, a possibility that is nearer than we think. Admittedly the OPFOR has the advantage of more platforms, their capabilities notwithstanding. The proposal to acquire more Phalcons has been hanging fire for quite some time now due to various reasons. The only silver lining is that the Nethras have impressed the IAF top brass and the incumbent chief has made the right noises about acquiring more of them. Coupled with the fact that AWACS-India, a project by DRDO to install Phalcon style radars to provide 360 degrees coverage will come online this decade, things seem to be looking up. Tankers: Another area that needs a boost. The air force has only 6 dedicated IL-78 tankers. This is grossly inadequate for the current force structure. The OPFOR has 4 of the same type. The proposal to acquire A330’s in a tanker role had to be shelved for various reasons. Pound for pound, there is not much difference between the two airforces in this front. EW,SIGING/COMINT platforms: The IAF outguns the enemy forces here and its not even a fair comparison. Other than the Bison that will be on its way out, all the current fighters and the planned ones, have significant EW capabilities. The Bison too can cart Israeli ELTA jammer pods but for a fleet on its way out, these jammers were not considered for the entire fleet. The upgraded Jags, Mirages, Mig 29’s, Tejas, Rafales and MKI's have external jammers and also carry internal ones in certain cases. Software defines Radio's too are being implemented fleet wide for secure communication and data links to enable passing of data, are being upgraded to make use of current technology. As far as special missions aircrafts, the IAF makes uses of Boeing 707’s and Gulfstreams for this purpose. These specialise in Signals Intelligence and Communications Intelligence. In addition, the upcoming ISTAR platforms to be developed in collaboration with Raytheon, will only widen this gap. Drones: The IAF utilises Israeli drones for surveillance and in some cases, SEAD/DEAD missions. The Israeli drones like the Searcher and Herons have been in use for a long time now for surveillance missions. Besides these, the Harop and Harpy kamikaze drones too are in service in sizeable numbers that are used to home on to enemy emissions and detonate overhead for Suppresion/Destruction of enemy forces. Technologically, these are far superior to what the other country can muster. Though, the neigbouring country has been using armed drones acquired from their sweeter than honey and raller than mountain friend, the recent news of acquistion of armed Heron TP drones along with the impending acquisition of armed drones from the US on account of the recent US-India bonhomie, this capability is poised to improve further significantly, both numerically and qualitatively, not including the inevitable Rustom armed drone acqusition. Targetting and recce pods: The IAF was an enthusiastic pod user and has a large number of these, an overwhelming number of which are the Israeli Litening variants. These are some of the best pods used for surveillance and reconnaissance. These are in use fleetwide. The probable acquistion of talios pod with Rafale further skews this in the IAF's favor. The best pods that the other country uses are the ATLIS, Sniper and Turkish ASELPOD, which though certainly capable do not favor comparably with the new pods coming online with the IAF. Radars: This is one area that has seen the IAF make much headway. A large number of Medium power radars, Mountain radars, Low level tracking radars and many 3D and 4D radars have entered service with the IAF of both the Indigeneous and imported ones, specially from France(Thales) and Israel. Upgradation of existing radars continues apace and high powered radars that see deep into enemy territory too has been sanctioned. Coupled with the fact that the data from all these sensors and Airborne platforms are used under the auspicies of IACCS, this becomes a very potent threat to enemy forces. Existing plugs in air covergae have been plugged and though not completely sealed especially in the mountanious areas, the current pace with which things have moved, gives a very good hope. The neigbouring country to our west, too has modernised with capable systems but not to the effect of IAF, that virtually covers the air borne threats from very low levels to high levels. Surface to Air missiles(SAM) and PGMs: Another area that has seen a massive push from the Indian air force. The existing pechoras are being digitised to enable them to retain their lethalness. In addition to the OSA missile batteries, the air force now is bristling with Akash, Spyder and the soon to be inducted Indo-Israeli MR SAM. The Akash has seen huge numbers, a sign of the confidence that the air force reposes in them. The MR SAM will handle targets that Akash at present cannot and when the S400 enters service, the coverage will expand into hitherto unheard of areas. With targets than can be engaged from very large distances to very short ones, courtesy the Close In Weapon System(CIWS, whose trial and subsequent awarding of contract is to commence soon), the entire spectrum of air threats can be handled. Coupled with the fact that a very large number of Indian delivered munitions of both the guided and unguided variety viz SAAW, NGARM, HSLD and LGB, the air delivered weapons too have received a maasive fillip. The existing weapons like the russian Kh series of missiles and a large variety of TV guided bombs, french marte missiles and the large numbers of Israeli LGB's and missiles like the 3rd gen popeye/crystal maze, the air force is in a happy position of sorts. The induction of Air launched Brahmos is another aspect of this modernization. This type of upgradation is truly massive and more than anything that the OPFOR has in its inventory. Space assets: The air force has its own dedicated space satellite, the GSAT-7A. Though the force can certainly make do with a much larger force, this has been deemed sufficient as of now. Our western neighbour also uses a couple of them for civil/military uses, but its not a patch on the capability that we have, both planned and upcoming. The impending creation of the space command with the IAF at the helm of it, this capability will grow further, existing the gap. Force structures: The current air force structures is skewed heavily in the IAF's favor. The F-16's and JF-17's can be countered with the existing force of MKI's, even if we exclude the upgraded Mig-29s and Mirage 2Ks. The Jags which is already being upgraded to DARIN III standards will make it a formidable jet with its AESA radar and ASRAAM missiles which will allow it to fight its way through enemy interceptors. The Tejas whose capability is now being finally appreciated after watching its performance in live exercises, is a potent weapon platform. The immint upgradation of the MKI to the super Sukhoi standard will address some near obsolence issues. The incoming Rafales, Tejas Mk 1A and its iterations will transform the way thr IAF fights. The 114 nos of platforms that the IAF seeks to acquire to tide over the depleting force structures, which when happens will further augment the force structure as will the fifth generation aircrafts whether it is the FGFA with the russians or the AMCA. All of these are supremely capable assets, with multi role capablities and the enemy forces will have an hard time addressing them. Net net, the IAF has a massive edge over its northen neighbour, the relentless propaganda notwithstanding. Starting this decade, the force structure will skew more heavily in the IAF's favor. Rest assured, the forces know best and know how to address both the shortfalls and how to address them. Do not get swayed by what others say and trust your armed forces. The enemy knows what has hit them and that their nuclear threshold has been breached, despite proclamations and false bravado.

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