Rafale Fighter Jets To Prove Beneficial for the Country, Boost IAF Squadron Strength
Air Force Chief, Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria will receive the Rafale fighter jets at Ambala Air Station.
A much-awaited first batch of Rafale fighter jets that took off from France on July 27 will finally land in Ambala Air Station later today. It is definitely a proud moment for the Indian Air Force (IAF). The IAF recently released some pictures of these fighter jets on Twitter where they were getting fuelled at an altitude of 30,000 feet. Sources also state that Air Force Chief, Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria will receive the Rafale fighter jets in Ambala. With the inclusion of these jets, Indian Air Force’s power has certainly boosted to the next level.
Given the ongoing situation between India and China at LAC (Line of Actual Control) in Ladakh where Chinese activities were reported, the Rafale fighter jets will prove to be immensely beneficial. IAF has already deployed a few fighter jets in order to keep track of the Chinese Army’s activities at the LAC. IAF authorities have also confirmed that their immediate priority will be to make these jets completely operational.
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