U.S. Offers Four New Defense Projects to India

Vikrant

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I am down with that.

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The DTTI covers potential partnership in U.S.-India military-industrial matters. From a list about 17 technologies permitted for transfer, the two sides have identified four “Pathfinder projects” for co-development and co-production. They are the AeroVironment RQ-11 Raven B UAV; roll-on roll-off cargo modules for disaster-relief operations worldwide by Lockheed Martin C-130Js, to be designed by an inter-university competition; the General Atomics Electro-Magnetic Aircraft Launch System for India’s second indigenous aircraft carrier, and hot section jet engine technology for unspecified projects led by India’s Defence Research and Development Organisation. The U.S. also offered the Javelin next-generation Anti-Tank Guided Missile (ATGM) for co-development and manufacture under the DTTI. But India rejected the offer in favor of Rafael’s Spike ATGM.
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Well how lovely, people in this country needs jobs but hey. Doesn't India have enough of our jobs. ? that Obama is just so giving unless it's a pipeline to carry oil in for us here at home

and lets see the Democrats wail about all our jobs going OVERSEAS
 

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