How to become a Super Power : Chapter 1

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  1. Adux

    Adux Senior Member Senior Member

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    I have no words, other than just out-fvcking-standing.
     
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    Why did you post an article which would make my flesh crawl with jealousy.
     
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    kyun jale pe namak chidak te ho , bhai . :D
     
  5. Adux

    Adux Senior Member Senior Member

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    Military Industry Complex in USA is learning, that they cannot over budget and over-spec'ing' and be late. Or they end up like firms in Europe.
    It is important for us to understand, the sheer impact of professionalism on Operational Readiness.
     
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    Adux Senior Member Senior Member

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    They also understand the need to bring down the cost, so they can match chinese and russian numbers will maintaining quality, this is a industry which is bothered about American need to be numero uno
     
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    pankaj nema Senior Member Senior Member

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    It is the Eighth Virginia class submarine which has been delivered

    It is a simple fact of manufacturing technology and processes that when some process is repeated
    again and again then the workers are able to cut down on the time frames because
    the manufacturing process gets standard ised and perfected

    Maz gaon dock yard which is completing Our Scorpene programme has promised ONE Submarine Every
    NINE months after 2015
     
  8. Adux

    Adux Senior Member Senior Member

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    There is not even a single instance of Indian dockyards ever delivering on time even on repeat products. EVER. If you are going to take Mazgoan dock's word at a time when they are already over budget and 3 years late, not to mention not even sub has even hit the water, that is quite rich from them,and if you are going to believe them, then I have the san fransico bridge to sell.

    What you see above is a CULTURE and WORK ETHIC not the Chalta hai attitude.

    Take the Russian building of Kirvak's III for Indian Navy, they have build 6 of them, and everyone is later than the other.
     
  9. Naren1987

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    How do you think the MMRCA is going to turn out?
    I think it's much better if we have the birds manufactured in Europe itself, our guys will take time in absorbing the tech, much more in setting up the infrastructure, etc.
    Why not have all of them produced in Europe?
     
  10. W.G.Ewald

    W.G.Ewald Defence Professionals/ DFI member of 2 Defence Professionals

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    The liberal Democrats in the US Congress will probably now say to DOD, "See, obviously you can do with less money." :-(
     
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    Tshering22 Sikkimese Saber Senior Member

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    ^^ Think about us: 7 years for 126 damn jets! Ask your democrats to beat that record! :lol:
     
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