AMCA - Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (HAL)

NoobWannaLearn

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Ah...damn I wrote wait the worth😂😂😂
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The ongoing conflicts have shown that drones have become a cheap and effective bulk tool of surveillance and air attack. Against this backdrop, what is the direction of the IAF’s modernisation?
A The IAF is aware of the role of unmanned systems in future warfare and has initiated programmes to develop and integrate niche technologies related to unmanned systems. In addition to the development of HALE/MALE (high-altitude long endurance, medium-altitude long endurance), the IAF is also developing unmanned systems in collaboration with the private industry. These programmes include Manned Unmanned Teaming (MUM-T), Air Launched Flexible Asset-Swarm (ALFA-S) and Tactical Interdiction & Attack Air Vehicle (TIA-AV 50). The IAF has prepared a roadmap for induction of RPAs (remotely piloted aircraft) to meet both the short- and long-term operational requirements. The plan includes various types of systems ranging from small drones and counter drone systems to the MALE & HALE class of RPAs along with a weapon delivery capability.
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Aniruddha Mulay

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ADA/HAL cant even deliver the Tejas Mk2 without pushing the date behind every few months and people are talking about the AMCA. It wont be flying before 2040 mark my words.
LoL, it isn't ADA/HAL's fault that the IAF didn't approve the CDR for Tejas Mk2 until September 2021, only upon which funds can be granted for prototype development.
Before ranting, have a clear understanding of the processes involved.
 

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India is wasting lot of time on AMCA and lacks the technology needed to develop such complex 5th generation fighter jet but it doesn't mean India cannot yes India can but India has strangled it self with too many project at one time because India has to master first these or import them so better bet is develop Tejas first putting all expertise focus on Tejas mk 2 and increase the manufacturing numbers once it's done than India should put all it's energy on AMCA

On other hand turkey started it's first development with TFX so they are putting all their investment energy and tech from all Türk Defence giants in one TFX which will relatively have better chance to developed in time


Turkey already done 60 percent completion

 

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You absolute moron...you really need to look how fighter jets are developed.
You and your people have experience and expertise of painting jets so you think making one takes 5-10 years
Look up has the hurjet flown yet no.
Why is that?
Because drone and fighter jets are two different thing and devloping fighter jets take time.
Tfx will fly in 2023 but induction will take time and is estimated to be 2028-29.
And the major flaws will be filled in blk2 of the jet. While indian one will take around half a decade more.
So where does your bs idea come from.
When did the project jxx start when did it achieve ff?
Turkey doesn't have to master the tech?
Do you think it will fall in turkeys lap?
Where does your brain get these ideas from.
Yes 6th gen jets will be devloped at the same time AMCA is inducted except America which has already flown one.
But so what it will take lesser time to devlope one in case of india.
And morons like you who think india has many project because we are dealing with backlog of about 2 decades of course we will have too many tech to master.
If anything in FGFA india has more risk free approach compared to turkey.
Don't worry Pakistan won't be getting a fgfa in the decade if it goes for tfx as turkey will need to deliver to it's airforce first as to not loose to Greece.
FC-35 is a whole different story.
 

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Turkish Aerospace experts builds 5th gen fighters straight out of thin air without ever building a 4th of 4.5 Gen before. Even South Koreans started with a 4.5 Gen variant of kfx that too with significant hand holding from LM, Saab, Northrop Grumman and a dozen other established companies. All hail Turk- ay- yee:basanti:
 

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Turkish Aerospace experts builds 5th gen fighters straight out of thin air without ever building a 4th of 4.5 Gen before. Even South Koreans started with a 4.5 Gen variant of kfx that too with significant hand holding from LM, Saab, Northrop Grumman and a dozen other established companies. All hail Turk- ay- yee:basanti:
It has stealth design doesn't mean it will have rcs as low as f35.
Frontal rcs of su57 was also similar to 4.5 gen aircraft
 

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Turkish Aerospace experts builds 5th gen fighters straight out of thin air without ever building a 4th of 4.5 Gen before. Even South Koreans started with a 4.5 Gen variant of kfx that too with significant hand holding from LM, Saab, Northrop Grumman and a dozen other established companies. All hail Turk-ay- yee:basanti:
Turkey coproduces F-16 Fighting Falcons, manufacturing up to 75 percent of its own F-16 order in JV with Lockheed Martin. This is not very different from HAL manufacturing SU 30 MKI. They have thus experience & exposure to cutting-edge tech.
 

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Turkey coproduces F-16 Fighting Falcons, manufacturing up to 75 percent of its own F-16 order in JV with Lockheed Martin. This is not very different from HAL manufacturing SU 30 MKI. They have thus experience & exposure to cutting-edge tech.
Turkey was producing the center fuselage of F35.


But we're derailing the thread.
 

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Why is India not considering a joint venture for AMCA with Japan? or with any other friendly nation like South Korea?
This way things move a lot faster I believe. Isn't it?
 

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