A bomb from a military aircraft was used to detonate a bomb on board a flight from Lahore to New Delhi in a test conducted by the India Air Force in 2005, but it has been almost 30 years since the incident took place.
The incident took off on February 17, 2005, and involved the Indian Air Force’s Mirage-2000s.
The Mirage-3000 was an upgraded version of the Mirage-3, which had a more powerful engine.
The first flight was from Lahoor, in the state of Punjab, to New Dehli, in India’s southern Punjab.
A second flight took place the next day from New Delhi to Pune, India’s capital, but the second flight was cancelled after the bomb was triggered by the pressure from a ground-penetrating radar.
The two Mirage-30s were armed with a 7.62mm Kalashnikov-type machine gun, an AIM-120AM laser-guided missile, a 10.7mm machine gun and an anti-tank missile.
The bomb was a test for the new “Bombay Bomb” project, which was developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and the Air Force.
The DRDO, which is tasked with developing technology for combat aircraft, wanted to test a new bomb that could be carried by a civilian plane.
The new bomb, the Air Marshal (Majestic) was the first attempt to test the new bomb’s impact on aircraft.
The Bombay Bomb project was developed with the help of the Air Ministry, the Ministry of Defence, and the Department of Atomic Energy, among others.
The Indian Air force has long been involved in aviation and defence, and has worked with several countries on developing new aircraft.
India has been one of the world’s top buyers of military equipment and technology, and it is expected that India will be among the top five countries buying military equipment in the next 10 years.
In January 2017, the Indian government announced the development of the new Advanced Aviation Radar System (AARSS), a successor to the Radar Information System for the Defence and Security (RAMDS), a program which was scrapped in 2005.
AARSS was designed to track aircraft.
It was also developed by DRDO to help identify enemy aircraft, according to Indian news agency ANI.
India has developed some of the most advanced aircraft and weapons in the world.
It has also become the world leader in drone technology.
The country has also emerged as a hub for cyber-security.
In 2018, the Centre for Aviation Safety was founded by the country’s defence minister, K.K. Singh.
The organisation, which comprises defence scientists, is the main force in testing new bombs.
The organization was created after the World Trade Center attack on 2001 and the Mumbai terror attacks of 2008.
The Air Marshal is also an example of a pilot who died in a drone crash.