Historical day for India: IAF inducts TEJAS LCA

The Indian Air Force has inducted 2 Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) in Bengaluru this morning. Prime Minister applauded the team and expressed his pleasure for this achievement. Raksha Mantri, Manohar Parrikar has termed it as national pride and congratulated the state-run manufacturer Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) and also to Aeronautical Development Agency.


The light combat aircraft was considered as a project in 1982, but it took nine years to get approved. As per HAL, venture also affected due to agreements levied by the US after India conducted nuclear tests in 1998. There were two objectives to go ahead with this plan, one to replace MiG-21 fighters and another across the board elevation of in-house aerospace industry.

The Tejas is the second Indian-outlined and produced warrior aircraft to be enlisted into the IAF. The first craft with that qualification was the HF-24 Marut which was introduced into the Air Force in 1967 and performed exceptionally well in the 1971 India-Pakistan War.


The variations to take after will be in the FOC configuration, and another updated model called Tejas Mk-1A will be presented. Tejas Mk-1A will have extra long-range weapons, high-class radar, superior electronic fighting suite and mid-air refueling ability.


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