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The most modern and deadly Rafale fighter jets that have recently arrived in India have started roaring in the sky. These fighter jets from France are in practice at night in the mountains of Himachal, so that these sky-high warriors of the Golden Arrow Squadron, if needed, with air-to-air missiles and air-to-ground missiles on the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh. To destroy. People associated with this case have given this information.

On July 29, 5 Rafale jets landed at the Ambala base of the Indian Airforce are fully ready for operation. By next year, 18 Rafale jets coming to India will be stationed in Ambala, while 18 aircraft will be ready at the Hasimara airbase on the Bhutan border. India has purchased 36 fighter jets from French company Dassault Aviation, whose delivery has started.

A government official said that these aircraft are currently staying away from LAC so that the PL radars deployed at Aksai Chin do not recognize its frequency signal, as they can be used to jam them in the worst case scenario. However, military aviation experts say that Rafale can also be used for training in Ladakh, as these aircraft have the ability to change their signal frequency in a war-like situation.

“The Chinese PLA has deployed its electronic intelligence radars over the mountains in Aksai Chin to give them better information, but Rafale’s signature signals will be different from practice mode in wartime,” said an expert. PL’s aircraft detection radars are good because they are designed keeping in mind the American airforce. ”

The Rafale aircraft are equipped with air-to-air miter missiles, MICA multi-mission air-to-air missiles and cruise missiles targeting from far-off range of sight, these weapons allow fitter pilots to attack from a distance. The no-escape zone of Meteor missiles is more than three times the current medium range air-to-air missiles. The missile system has a range of 120 km. Scalp Deep Strike Cruise missiles can target targets far away.

Despite the diplomatic and military-level negotiations between India and China and the process of repelling troops, the three wings of the army remain fully alert from LAC to sea. Recently, Army Chief MM Narwane made it clear to the Central and Western Army commanders that China can show aggression at LAC anytime and prepare for it at the highest level.

Chinese air force activity has decreased in the Ladakh sector compared to the first week of July, but the Indian Air Force is not taking any chances and the air movement is being tracked with utmost vigilance, especially at the Lhasa Gongar airbase in Tibet and Hotan in the Xinjiang region Watch airbase


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