Avros at the Navigation and Signals Training School
Aero India 2003
Bharat Rakshak presents exclusive coverage of India's premier air show 'Aero India 2003' which was held at Yelahanka Air Force Station at Bangalore from February 5th to 9th of 2003. The BR Team was present at Aero IndiaBharat Rakshak presents exclusive coverage of India's premier air show 'Aero India 2003' which was held at Yelahanka Air Force Station at Bangalore from February 5th to 9th of 2003. The BR Team was present at Aero India right from Day one and coverage was done till the last day.
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There are 119 Photographs and Images in this section. They have been provided by Seetal Patel, Jagan Pillarisetti, Kapil Chandni, Dr. Shiv Shankar Sastry, Sanjay Simha, S Vijay Kumar, Abhaey Singh and B Harry.
The Indian Air Force and HAL as well as several foreign exhibitors displayed several of their aircraft on the tarmac in the Static Display area. For the IAF it was an opportunity to show its aircraft with the latest weaponry. For the first time the genera
The Airshow was marked with daily displays of several aircraft by the Indian Air Force, HAL, the Army Aviation Corps and the Western Exhibitors. The inaugural day display had something extra. A mammoth formation of two Sukhoi-30s, two Mirage 2000s , two H
Some of the efforts of the Indigenous Defence Industry have been showcased at Aero India 2003 by organisations under the DRDO Umbrella. A variety of Radars, Missiles and Armament projects were on display. We take a closer look at some of them here.
Several organisations which were into weapons development from various countries like Russia, Israel, France, , United States, United Kingdom etc displayed their wares inside the Indoor Hangars at Aero India. Covering all the stalls and all the products w
Reports of the Lancer first appeared in 1997 and it made its first appearance in 1998. Based on the airframe of the Cheetah helicopter, the Lancer featured a redesigned 'bubble' made up of smaller toughened perspex panels , two armament pods slung on eith
It's not the ALH,it's not the LCA. Previously known as the LAH (Light attack helicopter), it is not to be confused with the currently known LAH (Light attack Helicopter ) Lancer,which is a derivative of the Cheetah helicopter. HAL's recently rechristen
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