IAF Chief BS Dhanoa compares his flying in a Rafale fighter is just like driving Mercedes Car. He says he had thrilling and amazing experience.
The Air Chief Marshal said that the Rafale would match the capability of Indian Air Force. After looking at the ageing fleet of the IAF Air Chief Marshal said the initial step for it is to contemporise the aircraft.
“Rafale is going to be a game-changer. It is better in multiple aspects when compared to both sides right now at least half a generation ahead in avionics, missile, data, and more,” he added.
In the Given Situation of Air attacks its only the government/Political Power in India that decides which military power they want to utilize when the Air force is ready to cross the border.