Indian Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari flies indigenous aircraft in Bengaluru [WATCH]

Indian Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari reviewed and flew indigenous Light Combat Aircraft Mk 1 ‘Tejas’, Light Combat Helicopter, and HTT-40, said officials on Friday.

The Indian Air Force chief was on a two-day visit to Bengaluru and reviewed the aircraft which are being inducted into IAF as part of its drive towards ‘AtmaNirbhartaInDefence’.

Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari, Chief of the Air Staff (CAS) was on a two day visit to Bangalore. He flew three indigenous platforms, Light Combat Aircraft (LCA)Tejas, Light Combat Helicopter (LCH) and Hindustan Turbo Trainer-40 (HTT-40), which are being inducted into IAF as part of its drive towards Atmanirbharta.

Taking note of the situation, the IAF Chief also interacted with the test crew.

CAS was demonstrated the capabilities of the LCH and HTT-40 as well as updates on the Tejas. He also interacted with the designers and test crew to understand the current status and future plans.

On 06 August 2022, CAS delivered the Air Chief Marshal LM Katre Memorial Lecture which was attended by serving & retired officers of IAF, HAL and other stakeholders from the aerospace industry. The CAS spoke on ‘Capability and Force Development Plans of IAF’ towards making it a future ready combat force.

“The CAS demonstrated the upgrades on the Tejas programme and capabilities of the other two indigenous platforms. He also interacted with the test crew and designers to understand the current status and future plans,” IAF added. 

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  1. Sujit Jakkane

    I am also wanted to technical officer in Airforce

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