5 Rafales escorted by 02 SU30 MKIs as they enter the Indian air space.
Nation confidence build up started with many historical achievements are being achieved in ModiEra.It took 13 years for Defence to take the decisions in matter of nation army combating the border adversaries on security basis,an early decesion to fill defense deal is pivot for nation security.
DM said in tweet, I would like to add, if it is anyone who should be worried about or critical about this new capability of the Indian Air Force, it should be those who want to threaten our territorial integrity: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh
The Birds have landed safely in Ambala. The touch down of Rafale combat aircraft in India marks the beginning of a new era in our Military History. These multirole aircraft will revolutionise the capabilities of the Indian Air Force: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh
Radio waves welcome French India naval warship delta 63 many thanks wish you happy hunting. May touch sky with glory is thus welcome pilots Rafael on radio. Rafael 5 has touched Indian territorty. Indian 25 AME ready to get training for maintenance.
Five #Rafale jets in the Indian airspace, escorting flanked by two Su-30MKIs.
Nation with pride Indian Air Force needed Next Generation fighter plane but delayed for two decades @narendramodi govt build IAF rolling with power big quantum jump in IAF.
Today the first batch of #Rafale jets is reaching Ambala airbase. #RafaleInIndia. The aircrew bringing the #Rafales to #India is headed by Group Captain Harkirat #Singh, a decorated with Shaurya Chakra fighter pilot, who is the commanding officer of the No. 17 Squadron, #Ambala.
The first Indian #Rafales to land in Ambala. Airforce Chief, Air Chief Marshal RK Bhadauria to receive them. They have flown over 7,000 kms from France with a stop over near Abu Dhabi #RafaleInIndia reports DD
Rafael five jet fighters enters India territory,after taking off from the UAE, Indian #Rafale contingent establishes contact with Indian Navy warship INS Kolkata, deployed in the Western Arabian Sea: