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The Indian Navy is set to acquire Meteor and Scalp missiles for its Rafale M fighter jets, which are currently being negotiated with the French Dassault group. The Meteor is a beyond-visual-range air-to-air missile (BVRAAM) that is designed to engage enemy aircraft at very long distances. It is one of the most advanced BVRAAMs in the world, and it is currently deployed on the Rafale fighter jets of the Indian Air Force.

The Scalp is a long-range air-launched cruise missile (ALCM) that is designed to hit high-value and strongly protected targets deep inside enemy territory. It is a highly accurate and versatile missile that can be used against a variety of targets, including land-based targets, ships, and airfields.

The acquisition of Meteor and Scalp missiles will significantly enhance the Indian Navy’s ability to defend its airspace and strike targets at long distances. The missiles will give the Rafale M fighter jets a significant advantage over any potential adversary.

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