India is lining up three aircraft to replace its aging fighter fleet in the next decade. One is Russian, one is French and one, the Defense Ministry’s technologists hope, will be Indian. The designers have now frozen the configuration of a proposed medium-weight Indian fighter that they expect to fly early in the 2020s. General Electric is the preferred supplier of propulsion for the twin-engine, stealthy Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA), but the defense organization that is ...

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