Indian air power 2025

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  1. shail

    shail New Member

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    Hello guys i just want to discuss the future air power of india in 2025 with all the latest jets, missiles, radars. So contribute your thoughts so that we can create a rough picture of our air defense in 2025 and our capabilities to take pak and china at the same time. comparisons are also welcome of india vs china or india vs pak in 2025.

    In 2025:
    MKI: 272
    MMRCA:126
    FGFA: 100
    TEJAS: 200
    AMCA: 50
    Jaguar:100
    MIRAGE: 50

    Total: 898 = 49.8 squadron having 18 jets in one. :namaste:
     
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    Reduce Tejas by 80, remove AMCA completely. FGFA not so sure, but should be the same, more or less. Add Mig-29.
     
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    PAF is a no brainer. They will have 250 FC-1, 72 J-10B, 60-70 F-16 and probably the first of the J-2X. Indian orders are mostly confirmed, but PAF orders for J-10 and another 100 JF-17 is not confirmed.

    PLAAF will have around 1500 J-10s, some 700 Flankers and first of the J-20s and probably the J-xx.
     
  5. indian_sukhoi

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    Air Superiority Role

    Sukhoi-30MKIs - Around 270 or more!!!
    FGFA/PAKFA - 80-100 of them

    Multi-Role Aircrafts

    MMRCA - 126 of them
    AMCA - 50 or more. We got more than a decade time to developing this aircraft.
    MiG-29SMTs - 60 of them
    Mirage-2000s - 50 of them
    LCA Tejas - 80-120 of them

    Deep Strike/ Ground Attack role


    Jaguars - 100 or more(Hal has licensed to built if needed)

    Attack Helicopters

    Apache helis - 24 of them
    LCH helis - 80 of them


    Dunno about the J-2X but surely PAF gonna order more JF-17S and J-10s
     
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    By 2025,

    --> Su 30 MKI -- 272-310 (15-17 squadron)
    --> MIG29 - 69 (4 squadron)
    --> MIRAGE M2K - 51 (3 Squadron)
    --> Tejas MK1, Mk2 - 100-125 (6-7 squadron)
    --> MMRCA - 126-180 (7-10 squadron)
    --> Jaguar - 100 (5-6 squadron)
    --> PAK FA/FGFA -- 100 (5-6 squadron)

    ======>> 47-50 squadron. :thumb:

    In addition, 3-4 Aircraft carrier with 100-130 MIG29, Tejas MK1,2 and Rafale/F-35/etc.
    Also, 200 attack heli (Apache, LCH, Rudra).

    I am not sure of AMCA. :rolleyes:
     
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    well well. so we are again up with prediction and speculation. 5 years back samething with date set 2020. now same thing with little manipulation and timer set for 2025. first of all mig-29 are 61 and not 69. secondly mirage are also 51 and not 54 or what ever.
    pls people stop this thing. beyong MOD there is GOD and that is not with us as of now.

    sounds depressing? yes im
     
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    ace009 Freakin' Fighter fan Elite Member

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    I think we have ALL played this game over the last few years. Any newbie coming in likes to play with those numbers. Point is, numbers tell only half the story (at best) and even at that it is full of "ifs" and "buts".
    The other half of the story is
    1. Pilots who will fly the planes, and looking at current training platforms, not a lot of confidence in IAF having that many pilots in hand for war.
    2. Weapons and support systems - which again does not seem that rosy.

    I would like to request our members not to encourage newbies with such numbers games.
     

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