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if we replace entire fighter fleet with gripen , we can get ToT. Initial batch can be bought from sweden and later batches ( for expansion of the number of squadrons ) can be assembled in BD.

Sweden is a neutral country , so i guess it aligns with our foreign policy . US wouldn't mind giving us the engine for gripen since they offered F-16V/18E to us.
ppl over here talking about sanctions and arms embargo on BD , bruh please remember that BD is not one of those countries that gets sanctioned.


If BAF goes for EFT because of longer range (required for maritime strike) , i wouldn't mind. Latest variants can go toe to toe with F-15EX.
Just that we will save some money and pehaps get ToT for gripens.
True honestly lol , EFT + Gripen would a dream though
 

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BAF : Imma get some trainers

DJ Khaled : Another one

BAF: Ok some trainers then

DJ Khaled : Another one

New Air Chief Air Vice Marshal Shaikh Abdul Hannan takes over BAF command

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12th June, 2021 06:52:17 PMprinter




New Air Chief Air Vice Marshal Shaikh Abdul Hannan takes over BAF command

The new Chief of Air Staff Air Vice Marshal Shaikh Abdul Hannan (left) shakes hand with his predecessor Air Chief Marshal Masihuzzaman Serniabat at Air Headquarters



The newly-appointed Chief of Air Staff Air Vice Marshal Shaikh Abdul Hannan took over the command of Bangladesh Air Force on Saturday.

He succeeded the outgoing Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Masihuzzaman Serniabat. A taking over ceremony was held at Air Headquarters.

Newly appointed Chief of Air Staff Air Vice Marshal Shaikh Abdul Hannan took over the command of Bangladesh Air Force from the outgoing Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Masihuzzaman Serniabat at a ceremony at Chief of Air Staff’s secretariat.


Principal Staff Officers along with other senior officers of Air Headquarters were present during the occasion.

Earlier in the morning, the outgoing Air Chief Marshal Masihuzzaman Serniabat visited Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman memorial museum and paid the homage to the Father of the Nation by placing a wreath at his portrait in front of the Bangabandhu Memorial Museum.

After laying the wreath, outgoing Chief of Air Staff stood in solemn silence for some time in front of the portrait as a part of the respect to Bangabandhu and after this, he also signed the visitors’ book.

Besides, outgoing Chief of Air Staff paid homage to the members of Armed Forces who were martyred during the war of liberation in 1971 by laying floral wreaths at Shikha Anirban. After this, he also signed the visitors’ book.

Before departing Air Headquarters, outgoing Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Masihuzzaman Serniabat was presented a guard of honour by a smartly turned out BAF Contingent. He inspected the guard and took salute. He also planted a sapling at Air Headquarters premises on the occasion. Finally, the outgoing Chief of Air Staff left Air Headquarters and his colleagues said goodbye to him.
 

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but will take F-16V's any day.
i honestly want F-16V just because it will shut up the ''BD SLavvvvvv'' types and prevent them from making the ''Grapes are sour'' argument they do with the Rafale. They're very depserate for F-16V , if a ''non-frontline'' and ''Slavvvv'' nation such as BD gets them , it will add salt to the wound. :dance3:

Block 70 and EFT T-4 will remain relevant till 2060-2070 so we'll be covered. Maybe get 1 squadron of 5th gen and supplement it with capable 4.5 gen fighters just like the US is going to do.
 

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chill video. US strategic airlift in 1960s. Maybe not everyone's cup of tea
MF that's my favorite video from Mauzer lmao , I love the music in that video
i honestly want F-16V just because it will shut up the ''BD SLavvvvvv'' types and prevent them from making the ''Grapes are sour'' argument they do with the Rafale. They're very depserate for F-16V , if a ''non-frontline'' and ''Slavvvv'' nation such as BD gets them , it will add salt to the wound. :dance3:

Block 70 and EFT T-4 will remain relevant till 2060-2070 so we'll be covered. Maybe get 1 squadron of 5th gen and supplement it with capable 4.5 gen fighters just like the US is going to do.
MUH HUH BD SLAVVEEEEE CAUSE MUH HUH INDIA COLONY , these are the statements coming from someone who's own nation has a lesser GDP and GDP per capita than BD lmao.
 

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Got the BAF Mig-29 skin on DCS. The R-27 is a formidable weapon , problem is that the radar needs to continuously track the hostile and the evasive manuevers are limited by the gimbal angle limit. Just learning how to fly this thing and need a better stick and throttle.


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Got the BAF Mig-29 skin on DCS. The R-27 is a formidable weapon , problem is that the radar needs to continuously track the hostile and the evasive manuevers are limited by the gimbal angle limit. Just learning how to fly this thing and need a better stick and throttle.


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Niceeeeeeeee , but imagine 8 of these defending us from the Burmese :yu:
 

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Got the BAF Mig-29 skin on DCS. The R-27 is a formidable weapon , problem is that the radar needs to continuously track the hostile and the evasive manuevers are limited by the gimbal angle limit. Just learning how to fly this thing and need a better stick and throttle.
:astagh:

The sahih way is to spend 15 years flying K-8Ws and Yak-130s first.
 

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