The new F-16IN

f16iinflightso7The F-16IN is a new kind of breed in F-16 series sharing heritage with the only two existing 5th generation combat fighter jets the F-22 Raptor and F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter. It is equipped with the up to date and latest avionics which can be compared with the avionics of the existing fifth generation jets. This extreme fourth generation F-16 exceeds all of India’s

Medium Multi Role Combat Aircraft (MMRCA) requirements. Thus making it ideal for the INDIAN AIR FORCE (IAF) and ready for integration into f-16in-cockpitIndian infrastructure and operations. Lockheed Martin will incorporate the latest technology in F-16IN which will further increase the jets mission roles and improving combat capability, making it a most effective fighter, less expensive multi role fighter and ultimate 4th generation fighter jet in the world. The aircraft will be having fully digitized cockpit making it easier for the pilot to interpret the on going combat scenario. The large color displays are capable of fusing data from on- and off-board sensors, reducing the workload and enabling the pilot to focus on the mission.

The low radar signature of the F-16IN reduces detection by enemy radars and will also have smaller infra-red signature than a twin engine fighter f-16in-1jet.Superior agility and excellent pilot situational awareness reduce vulnerability to attack, while critical systems redundancy and shielding enhances survivability.

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2 Responses

  1. I prefer Mig-35 over F-16IN.

    Because Mig-35 has greater range, payload and can be fitted with Thrust Vectoring.

  2. if India get f16 fighter get she will be the most powerful country in the world

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