Familiarisation sorties with Rafale jet over Ladakh

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The country’s latest fighter Jets which have been bought from France.  The jets have started to take sorties over the skies of Ladakh. India has been in a military standoff with China for months now in the Ladakh region of India.

Defense forces claimed that after the induction of five Rafale Jets in Ambala base familiarisation sorties were conducted. The source revealed that the jets were taken to make the pilots familiar with the environmental climate and topography there. It was also to make them comfortable with the new aircraft.

The new fighter Jet has a lot of features such as mid-air refueling and is a 4.5 generation. The aircraft is highly advanced and adds on to the strategic power of the country.  The source claimed that the New fighter Jets don’t have a base in Ladakh and hence to be practiced in that areas sorties would be conducted.

The Fighter Jets due to there advanced technology have the capacity to dominate wherever they go said by Air Chief Marshal.

Rajnath Singh the Defence Minister said it will be a strong message for all the people who will try to question the sovereignty of the country.

The Jets were brought to Ambala on the 29th of July from France. The jets have been flying over different trains of the country ever since they have arrived in India. India has previously also had strong fighter jets such as Sukhoi-30, Mirage-2000, MiG-29.

In case of an emergency, the Rafales can also be deployed. The Ambala and Hashimara bases are for Eastern and Western fronts.

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