Saturday, November 16, 2013

EXCLUSIVE: Night Flying Trials On INS Vikramaditya

10 comments :

captainjohann said...

Awesome.

RD said...

Night Hunter.

Siddhartha said...

Must have been an awesome experience shiv !! Lucky chap !! Congratulations to you,The Indian Navy and all the indians for the fabulous Christmas gift....

Siddhartha said...

Must have been an awesome experience shiv !! Lucky chap !! Congratulations to you,The Indian Navy and all the indians for the fabulous Christmas gift....

Siddhartha said...

Must have been an awesome experience shiv !! Lucky chap !! Congratulations to you,The Indian Navy and all the indians for the fabulous Christmas gift....

Anonymous said...

Perfect target for Pak Navy...we'll get you...

Anonymous said...

Not aircraft carriers but submarines are the real threat to enemy. This AC is decades old and will spend more time in repairs than service. Even US doesn't build aircraft carriers now.

larsing said...

After aircraft carriers we should now pay more attention to our seriously depleted submarine force.It is high time to start an assembly line for SSN/SSGN rather than debating endlessly on Project 75I.

Anonymous said...

The first image shows a M29K using afterburners under an overhanging structure! While I am sure that the procedure is as per the book, it is usual and shows the lack of space on a carrier.

Unknown said...

@ Anonymous 10.10 a.m ,

Stop living a pipe dream PAK navy is no match plus history states that the only AC's sunk have been of Japanese by US NAVY in the battle of Midway during WW II and they were equally balanced navies with Aircraft carriers deployed on both sides.

@Anonymous 10.14 a.m,

Aircraft carriers are awesome powerprojection ships which used to dictate foreign policy objectives. US NAVY operates 11 supercarriers and Chinese are rapidly buiding theirs and you got it all wrong, US continues to build carriers the latest being FORD CLASS carriers to be launched in 3-4 years from now which will replace NIMITZ CLASS eventualy