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At Aero India 2023, MBDA will introduce the newest missile systems with a focus on equipping all branches of the Indian Armed Forces.

After equipping Rafale fighter jets of the Indian Air Force with revolutionary missile systems, European missile manufacturer MBDA will display its most recent missile systems at the next Aero India, focusing on providing its weapons systems to all branches of the Indian armed forces. The Air Force Station Yelahanka in Bangalore will host the biennial Aero India-2023 show from February 13 to February 17.

The corporation will highlight every missile it makes, including its missile systems. The Aero India event will feature a focus on the weapon systems that equip the newest Dassault Rafale combat aircraft used by the Indian Air Force. The Meteor beyond visual range air-to-air missile is the most well-known of these weapons and is widely regarded as a game-changer in air combat. This unmatched system will be installed on the Indian Air Force’s brand-new Rafale aircraft, and it is also suggested that the Indian Navy’s naval Rafale M be similarly armed. Along with the Meteor, MBDA will also show off the powerful air combat missile MICA, dubbed the “silent killer,” for Rafales and SCALP, a deep-strike cruise missile. The Mirage-2000 upgrading package for the IAF includes MICA as well.

As part of its support for Atmanirbhar Bharat, MBDA will also showcase the work it does in Coimbatore with L&T MBDA Missile Systems Ltd, a joint venture with Larsen & Toubro, on MICA missiles and MICA missile launchers. According to a statement from the business, MBDA is recommending the Rafale M for the new Indian aircraft carrier together with all of these deadly armaments plus the well-known Exocet AM39 air-launched anti-ship missile. The EXOCET anti-ship missile is arguably the most well-known in the world. It is installed in the SM39 submarine variant that was given to the Indian Navy to arm its Project 75 Scorpene submarines. According to MBDA, strike fighters like the Rafale-M and medium- to heavyweight aircraft can launch the AM39 variant.

The Indian Air Force will get some technology at the air show, such as the ASRAAM-dogfighting next-generation close combat missiles deployed to the Jaguar fleet, which will soon also improve the capabilities of the new TEJAS MK-1A. The modernised Jaguar fleet of the IAF is the first to be equipped with ASRAAM, and integration of the system is now taking place on the TEJAS MK-1A and, maybe, othe

r IAF platforms in the future.

The Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) has the Mistral ATAM system integrated, while the Light Combat Helicopter is undergoing the final integration (LCH). India has received MISTRAL ATAM, which will be used to outfit the ALH Rudra, the HAL’s weaponized Advanced Light Helicopter. The system is composed of two launchers that can each fire two MBDA Mistral air-to-air missiles. The LCH platform, which is also made by HAL, has successfully undergone integration with the same system. An agreement for the building of a Mistral missile production line in India has been inked between MBDA and BDL.

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