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Nine Tejas Mk.1 reach AFS Sulur for the official ceremony today

Nine Tejas Mk.1 reach AFS Sulur for the official ceremony today Jul 01,2018

Nine Tejas Mk.1 reach AFS Sulur for the official ceremony today The No 45 Squadron 'Flying Daggers' will be welcomed to their new home Air Force Station (AFS) Sulur from their raising ground in Bengaluru. According to Air Commodore A K Puntambekar, air officer commanding (AOC), AFS Sulur, said Flying Daggers will be the first fighter squadron under Southern Air Command (SAC) operating from 11 degree North Latitude. Group captain Samrath Dhankhar (Danny), who took over as the commanding

US cancels delivery of AH-1Z Viper attack helicopters to Pakistan

US cancels delivery of AH-1Z Viper attack helicopters to Pakistan Jun 13,2018

US cancels delivery of AH-1Z Viper attack helicopters to Pakistan, to be put into storage The first 3 AH-1Z Vipers that completed assembly out of the total 12 ordered have been embargoed and about to be put into storage. The Naval Air Systems Command has issued a pre-solicitation notice for: "The continuation of the preservation, storage and de-preservation effort of three (3) AH-1Z helicopters. This effort is necessary to maintain the aircraft in a preservation state such that they will be

DRDO MISSILE TRACKING SHIP UNDER DEVELOPMENT

DRDO MISSILE TRACKING SHIP UNDER DEVELOPMENT Jun 09,2018

Latest pics of VC11184 OSS undergoing outfitting at HSL The missile-tracking Ocean Surveillance Ship (OSS) is set for sea-trials in 2018 to support India’s classified strategic weapon and Ballistic Missile Defence (BMD) programmes. The OSS is fitted with a primary X-Band AESA radar (towards the middle) and secondary S-Band AESA radar (on the bow) to monitor missile systems. Besides gathering electronic intelligence, the ship is expected to support the second phase of the locally designed

Maiden SFDR test was only a partial success

Maiden SFDR test was only a partial success Jun 02,2018

Maiden SFDR test was only a partial success as booster failed to separate The Solid Fuel Ducted Ramjet (SFDR) test carried out on Wednesday could not activate the ramjet stage, and as result, the missile crashed before the technology could be fully tested. While it was an initial trial and more tests would be required to master the technology that greatly enhances the range of a missile by doing away with the need of an oxidizer, failure to separate the booster after the first stage will be

Dassault completes development of F3-R standard for Rafale

Dassault completes development of F3-R standard for Rafale Jun 01,2018

Dassault completes development of F3-R standard for Rafale The development, which started in 2014, is in the process of being validated by the French Armed Forces and is expected to be completed by September. The modernization of the Rafale B/C/M currently being operated in the F3-4+ standard will begin once the validation trials are completed and is expected to continue through 2019, when the standard will be operationalized. The Rafale EM/DM of the Egyptian Air Force and Qatari Air Force

Tejas mk 2 to become indian MRCA

Tejas mk 2 to become indian MRCA May 18,2018

Tejas Mk-2 to become a medium weight fighter ADA has finalised the systems and is looking to freeze the design of the fighter in a couple of months. It is expected to have a maximum take-off weight (MTOW) of 17.5 tonnes with an improvement of over 85% in weapons and payload carrying capacity to that of Tejas Mk-1 LCA. This would bring the MTOW of Tejas Mk-2 between Gripen NG and F-16 Block 70, redesignating it as a medium weight fighter. For comparison, Tejas Mk-1 has a design MTOW of 13.5

With an eye on Russia US Navy re establishing it's second flit

With an eye on Russia US Navy re establishing it's second flit May 07,2018

With an eye on Russia, U.S. Navy re-establishing its Second Fleet The Second Fleet, responsible for the northern Atlantic Ocean, was disbanded nearly seven years ago for cost-saving and organizational structure reasons. “Second Fleet will exercise operational and administrative authorities over assigned ships, aircraft and landing forces on the East Coast and northern Atlantic Ocean,” Chief of U.S. Naval Operations Admiral John said. The command, which will be based in Norfolk, Virginia,

Remembering Operation Brasstacks

Remembering Operation Brasstacks Apr 29,2018

Recently concluded airforce mega operation Gagan Shakti 2018 create shock waves in the western and estern front. This operation remind us about anater operation that take place in 1986 until its execution in 1987. That have create shock and fear in the minds and hearts of our advesarys.so what all the fuzz about Operation Brasstacks. Operation Brasstacks was a codename of a major military exercise of the Indian Army in Rajasthan state of

Indian military plane to make emergency landing outside Moscow

Indian military plane to make emergency landing outside Moscow Apr 28,2018

An Il-38 military plane operated by the Indian army is preparing to make an emergency landing at Zhukovsky airfield outside Moscow, after supposed chassis failure. The military plane is currently making circles above the airfield to burn off excessive fuel before attempting the emergency landing. There are seven people on board of the aircraft – four pilots and three technical specialists. The Il-38 is piloted by experienced test pilots of the Ilyushin company, according to its