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Airbus’s First C295 For India Successfully Completes Test-flight, Will Be Delivered In Mid-23

India to acquire 56 C295 aircraft to replace the IAF's legacy AVRO fleet, in which, the first 16 aircraft will be assembled in Spain and the following 40 aircraft will be manufactured and assembled by Tata Advanced Systems (TASL) in India

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Tata Advanced Systems Wins Contract To Manufacture Cargo Doors For Airbus

Tata Advanced Systems will manufacture these doors for the Airbus A320neo family at a new facility in Hyderabad as part of the deal

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Nowhere In The World Is Such A Commitment Of 450 Aircraft And This Depicts IAF's Plan For Capability Building: IAF Chief VR Chaudhari

Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari, the Chief of Air Staff takes over the baton in the midst where the combat readiness of IAF is of the highest degree. IAF is playing the unprecedented role, leading critical combat missions in the conflicts. The next gen. technological breakthroughs in aerial warfare are already unfolding in sheer magnitude and in the shape of unmanned systems, hypersonic combat aircraft and laser-energy weapon. It is almost redefining the concept of modern warfare in air and in space. In an exclusive interaction, Air Chief Marshal Chaudhari speaks with Manish Kumar Jha of BW Businessworld on building and acquiring such capabilities. He spells out his thoughts on such national projects—LCA Tejas, AMCA, MRFA, HTT-40, and LCH—projecting the sheer commitment of 450 aircrafts.

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Time To Step Up Defence Innovation & Modernization; Services Must Be The Primary Driving Force Behind All Defence R&D

Modernization is an inescapable and inexorable need of the defence forces in India. The thrust on technology and innovation is an imperative for both the establishment and industry. Instead of adopting a lead role in technological innovation in drone and anti- drone capability by virtue of the available expertise in IT, the country scrambled to hastily acquire even basic equipment. In the face of each crisis, the Armed Forces end up looking far and beyond and yet again initiate a complex cycle of procurement with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM), mostly foreign. What is the way out then? The Indian Armed Forces must step into the role of the soldiers- scientist, taking ownership of the weaponry and technology that they depend on, to defend our country, writes Manish Kumar Jha.

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Airshow: Lockheed Signs Pact With Tata To Make F-16 Planes In India

Lockheed Martin signed an agreement with India's Tata Advanced Systems on Monday to produce F-16 fighter planes in India, pressing ahead with a plan to shift its Fort Worth, Texas plant to win billions of dollars worth of order from the Indian military

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Raytheon, Tata To Co-produce Stinger Missile Components

TASL, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Sons, could produce components of the Stinger missile in India under the MoU

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Raytheon Partners With Tata Advanced Systems For Stinger Components

US-based defence technology and research leader Raytheon Company has signed a memorandum of understanding with Tata Advanced Systems to jointly produce Stinger air defence missile component

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‘India Can Be A Defence Export Hub’

Sukaran Singh, CEO and MD, Tata Advanced Systems talks to BW Businessworld about his group’s future plans for the country

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Tata Advanced Systems, Bell Forge Pact To Manufacture Choppers

Tata Advanced Systems and US-based Bell Helicopter on Thursday announced an agreement for working together to manufacture helicopters under Make in India initiative to meet civil and military requirements

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