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Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Aero India 2019 Highlights-1

Highlights of February 21
I wonder who was the 'Genius' at HAL that conceived of the idea of showcasing a shipborne naval multi-role variant of the Dhruv ALH (above) with an executive seating layout!
Highlights of February 20
Looks like ADA has taken all my earlier recommendations quite seriously, if the maiden display of the Tejas AF Mk.2 MWF is to be believed!
The 23mm GSH cannon will be located on the red-coloured section between the canard and wing-rrot on the starboard side. Below is the Jaguar MAX being developed by HAL.
HAL is now also into turbofan-powered UAS platforms that can be remote-controlled by MRCAs!
ISRO this time has a sprawling pavilion, but its exhibits are extremely poor, scarce and there is no one to man this pavilion!
Miscellaneous Exhibits
The BrahMos-2 missile will have an X-band imaging monopulse seeker (below) developed and built by DATA PATTERNS, while a similar-looking Ku-band seeker developed by ECIL will go on-board the Nirbhay LACM.
Highlights of February 19
To Be Concluded