INDIAN DEPLOYMENT GIVES JAPAN AN OPPORTUNITY TO STUDY RUSSIAN FIGHTER JETS, AS PER SUKHOI SECRETS

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A JASDF F-16 Fighting Falcon and a Sukhoi Su-30MKI from the Indian Air Force are stationed together.

On January 10, 2023, Sukhoi Su-30MKIs from the No. 220 Squadron of the Indian Air Force assemble at Hyakuri Air Base in Japan. Several Japan Air Self-Defence Force units are housed at the airbase, which is 80 kilometres northwest of Tokyo. One of these units is a squadron of Mitsubishi F-2 combat fighters.

In addition to strengthening Japan’s military ties with India, the deployment of Indian Air Force (IAF) aircraft to the country has offered Tokyo the chance to thoroughly examine the capabilities and technologies of combat jets of Russian descent.

As part of Exercise “Veer Guardian 2023,” the IAF has sent four IAF Sukhoi Su-30MKI Flanker-Hs, two Boeing C-17A Globemaster IIIs, and one Ilyushin Il-78 Midas air-to-air refueler to Hyakuri Air Base in Japan. Between January 12 and January 26, the IAF combat jets will participate in a number of combined air exercises with four Mitsubishi F-2A/B interceptors and four Boeing F-15J/DJ fighter jets from the Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF).

This is the first air drill involving Indian military aircraft over Japanese airspace, according to Tokyo and New Delhi. Tokyo had plans to hold the air exercise public in December 2022.

Russia hasn’t yet made a formal objection to India taking part in this bilateral exercise with the Japanese armed forces.

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