IAF to deploy new radar near border areas

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    IAF to deploy new radar near border areas

    JAISALMER: After officially commissioning a state-of-the-art SU-30 fighter squadron at the Jodhpur air base, the Indian Air Force (IAF) has decided to deploy the Arudhra radar soon in most of the forward and strategic air force stations in Rajasthan and Gujarat region near the Pakistan border.

    In accordance with a decision during the recently held commanders' conference at the headquarters of South Western Air Command (SWAC) in Gandhinagar, the first medium-power radar Arudhra was inducted at the Naliya air force station of Gujarat Sector in June 2011.

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    IAF to deploy new radar near border areas - The Times of India
     
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