Is there any weapon Russia has that we can do JV like bhramos? @
Are you aware the entire Scots section of Wikipedia comprising 57,000 articles was written by an American teen furry who just wrote down English with an"accent" for almost 10 years?Besides, while Wiki may not be the most accurate source of information, do you think they'd get it so wrong as to be a completely unreliable source of information. Let's give credit where it is due.
The context is quoted right there.No & what's the context in the discussion we're having here?
First of all these are 2 different scenarios written by 2 different people. Or are you suggesting the same teen who wrote those articles also wrote about the missiles.The context is quoted right there.
If they couldn't figure out they were being conned about a language spoken by many people for a decade, you think they have accurate figures for secretive missile programmes?
SFDR is developed by drdo with little Russian assistance.A next generation CCM, possibly based on the I-300.
A scramjet based AAM with very long range to deal with HVAs.
We already have a JV for the Desi-Meteor. Russia is supplying the ramjet engine.
Narturally, we won't put all our eggs in one basket. So one among the first two are possible, although we can get a JV done with the British for the CCM, leaving the scramjet as a possible JV potential, perhaps as an extension to the Brahmos-2 program. We are already planning an AAM version for the Brahmos-1/M.