DRDO to complete feasibility study for Indian Stealth fighter project in 18 months

Frontier India

The DRDO is scheduled to complete a feasibility study on the proposed indigenous fifth generation Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA) in the next 18 months. This was informed by the Defence Minister in Rajya Sabha.

Defence Minister A K Antony said that the “feasibility study for design and development of AMCA is being undertaken by the Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA), Bengaluru.”

“Based on the feasibility study, ADA would be able to define technologies required for the aircraft along with the timelines for design and development and subsequent manufacturing. The feasibility study is expected to take about 18 months,” he said.

Regarding a question on Futuristic Infantry Combat Vehicles (FICV), the Defence Minister said four agencies have been nominated for issuance of Expression of Interest (EOI).

Share this: Twitter | StumbleUpon | Facebook | Delicious | digg | reddit | buzz

Short URL: http://iafnews.nuvodev.com/?p=601

Posted by pilotpaul on Mar 11 2011. Filed under All News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

Comments are closed

Search Archive

Search by Date
Search by Category
Search with Google
Log in
Image source is from the Wikimedia Commons.Commons is a freely licensed media file repository.
Website Design Bangalore | Bangalore Web Design | Website Design India | Domain Registration Bangalore | Web Hosting India | Bangalore Web Hosting