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Next month, Rafale will roar in the sky of Jodhpur, Indo-French air force will do joint exercises

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Jodhpur When China is constantly inciting Pakistan (China-Pakistan) against India, in such a month, it will do maneuvers in the skies with France-India in January. The Rafael Fighter Jet will once again roar in the skies of Jodhpur. In the third week of January, the Air Force of India and France will show their vigor in a maneuver named Skyros.

In this exercise, along with Rafael of France, Indian Rafale and Sukhoi fighters will also be seen walking in the sky. The importance of Skyros maneuvers can be understood from the fact that it will be quite different in different ways from Garuda, a regular interval between the two countries. At the same time, the ability of Indian pilots to fly Rafale will also be demonstrated.

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Airforce sources say that Rafael, who was inducted into the Indian Air Force this year, will come to Jodhpur to participate in the maneuver Skyros. Apart from these, Sukhoi is already posted here. At the same time, France will send its Rafale. According to strategic experts, this is a good opportunity for Indian pilots who have been flying Rafale for a few months. At the same time, he will get to learn a lot about this aircraft by fighting with the pilots of France Air Force who have been flying Rafale for many years.Rafael thundered in the sky of Jodhpur 6 years ago

In the year 2014 Indo-French Air Force joint exercise in Garuda, Rafael showed his strength in Jodhpur. At that time, there was an exciting fight between Rafael and Sukhoi. In this exercise, French Air Chief Dennis Mercier flew from Sukhoi, while the then Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha first tested it by flying Rafale in Jodhpur. After this, the Rafale deal progressed rapidly. The foundation of this deal was truly laid after examining and testing Rafael’s ability during the Jodhpur exercise.

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