Indian Air Force: Rafale Fighter Jets Capable To Launch Nuclear Attack
The “game-changer” aircraft will be inducted at Air Force Station, Ambala, after the first batch of five Rafale jets arrives on 29 July in India.
China is making a big mistake by raising its eyes towards the land of India. China has suffered the brunt of this glacier but it is not getting rid of its antics. India is always ready to deal with China at all times. On one side, the Indian Air Force (IAF) is preparing to welcome Rafale fighter jets, while on the other hand, its deployment in Ladakh is being planned to keep an eye on China. The Rafale aircraft also has the capability to carry out a nuclear attack. It has the capacity and the power to launch an atom strike at the enemy.
The first batch of five Rafale fighter jets is expected to be in India on July 29. The “game-changer” aircraft will be inducted at Air Force Station, Ambala, Haryana. The meteor is a beyond-visual-range air-to-air missile, while, the scalp is a long-range cruise missile that can be launched from the aircraft for deep strikes to hit fixed and stationary targets. Indian and Chinese forces are locked in a tense border confrontation and disengagement has turned out to be a challenging process.
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