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On MiG Fighters, Air Chief Says “No One Drives Even Cars That Old”

The Indian Air force is still flying 44-year-old MiG-21 fighter jets when no one even drives cars that old, Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa said today. He was speaking at a seminar on modernisation and indigenisation of the Indian Air Force. The Air Chief said the basic version of the Russian fighter jet would be phased out this year. The MiG-21 joined the Indian Air Force in 1973-74. Air Chief Marshal Dhanoa has flown the MiG-21.

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