Net centricity, cyber security and ensuring the requisite communication bandwidth for seamless operations too are a part of capacity-building to ensure that Indian Air Force remains at the forefront of technology", he said.
What does IAF stand for?
IAF stands for Indian Air Force
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We have 143 other meanings of IAF in our Acronym Attic
- Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children (Boise, ID)
- Indiana Association for the Education of Young Children (Indianapolis, IN)
- Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics
- I Alla Fall (Swedish: in any case, anyway)
- I Am Fine
- I Am Free
- Image Access Facility
- Immediately Available Funds
- Improved Assault Fire
- Independent Air Force (UK)
- Indian Armed Forces
- Indonesian Air Force
- Industrial Areas Foundation
- Information of Armed Forces
- Initial Approach Fix
- Installation Activity Furnished
- Institut Alfred Fournier (French: Alfred Fournier Institute)
- Institut Armand Frappier (Canadian research institute)
- Institute for Alternative Futures (Alexandria, Virginia)
- Integrated Assessment Framework (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In the other Pool A match on Sunday, Indian Air Force defeated Rail Coach Factory, Kapurthala 4- 2.
The Hawks, which would be constructed by HAL in Bangalore, would form part of the Indian Air Force s aerobatic team.
The defence secretary has agreed to the proposal put forward by French defence majors Dassault and Thales and (European group) MBDA for the Mirage-2000 retrofit," the source in the Indian Air Force (IAF) said.
Developed under a $ 964 million contract awarded by the Indian Air Force in 2008, the upgrade package includes two RD-33 turbo-fan jet engines of the 3M version with a Bark electronic control system, a KSU-941UB remote control system, a K-36D-3.
As per the contract with HAL, the global defence, security and aerospace company will help enable a further 57 Hawk AJT aircraft to be built under licence in India for the Indian Air Force (40 aircraft) and Indian Navy (17 aircraft).