Is Boeing trying to advertise their F/A-18 Super Hornet (Block III) to garner support from Indian Public

Yes as the headline suggests, we did find something unexpected as one of our readers sent us a screenshot of an advertisement by Bowing for its F/A-18 Super Hornet (Block III) on Facebook. We think it because Boeing is trying to garner support from Indian public by showing of its features to the general public that will help them build their case towards the Indian government to buy their F/A-18 Super Hornet (Block III).

Indian Navy has been looking for an option because of poor performance by the MIG 29K, and F/A-18 Super Hornet (Block III) seems to be the right contendor for the indian navy.

We did find some features of the F/A-18 Super Hornet (Block III)

Key Features

1. Multi-role Superiority
Capable of tactical strikes, air reconnaissance, air defense, and maritime roles

2. Cutting-edge Technologies
Enhanced computing and data link, advanced cockpit system, signature improvements

3. Lifecycle Affordability
Lowest cost per flight hour among all U.S. tactical fighter in production. High mission capability rates

4. Future Ready
Unrivaled growth potential to complement future air wing capabilities




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