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Jaguar crashes in Ambala, pilot safe

July 22, 2003 18:29 IST
Last Updated: July 22, 2003 18:56 IST


A Jaguar aircraft of the Indian Air Force crashed at the Ambala air force station on Tuesday, official sources said.

The pilot was safe, they added.

 


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Sub: I feel some foul play by IAF

Every 15 days or 1 months I here some IAF plane crashed and nothing happens to pilot. I somehow gets the feeling that IAF wants ...


Posted by Bhushan Bhangale





Sub: Yet another crash!

The Chief of the airforce should be sacked and those incharge of flight equipment should be sacked. At this rate we do not need enemies ...


Posted by Balaji Srinivas





Sub: crash

Plane crash is now routine work. It has to crash everymonth. Quota for this month is over. Another one is due for the next month.


Posted by jaspreet





Sub: About Accidents happening to Indian Air Force Aircrafts

Off late, I have been reading a little too much about accidents happening to the aircrafts of the Indian Air Force. It has become more ...


Posted by Ramkiran




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