After Times NOW's report
on the MMRCA a few days ago, try this next one on for size. The latest edition of India's STRATEGIC AFFAIRS
magazine has the piece above, which has sources telling it that the Viper, Fulcrum and Typhoon are in, while the Hornet, Gripen and Rafale are finito
in India's MMRCA competition. If you can ignore the proof-reading, what technical parameters could possibly put the F-16, MiG-35 and Typhoon above the other three? Any theories? I got nothing.
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