New Dates of NDA, CDS, AFCAT and CAPF AC Exams

UPSC

To clear an exam, knowing the exam date is very important. Knowing the date of the exam beforehand helps aspirants concentrate, plan, make a schedule pass the exam but due to Coronavirus pandemic, all Armed Forces exams were delayed. Finally, UPSC and Air Force have released the new and updated dates of Combined Defence Services … Read more New Dates of NDA, CDS, AFCAT and CAPF AC Exams

India-China Standoff: What happened in Galwan Valley

Clash

On Monday night, 15th June 2020, A violent clash happened between Indian and Chinese soldiers in Glawan valley, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir. The incident led to the death of 20 Indian Army Personnel including the CO of 16 Bihar Regiment Colonel Santosh Babu. Chinese are expected to have suffered 45 casualties however Chinese have made … Read more India-China Standoff: What happened in Galwan Valley

Story of Major Manoj Talwar: Hero of the Kargil War who gave it all

Major Manoj Talwar

“I will return only after teaching a lesson to the enemy” were the last words Major Manoj Talwar said to his mother on June 1, 1999, before leaving for Siachin during the Kargil War. The Kargil War which was fought between Pakistani soldiers disguised as Non-state Intruders and Indian Armed Forces was the finest example … Read more Story of Major Manoj Talwar: Hero of the Kargil War who gave it all

How to join Indian Air Force as a Pilot

Indian Air Force Cockpit pilot

Becoming a Pilot in Indian Air Force is a great accomplishment and rightfully so. Indian Air Force is one of the largest Air Forces in the world with over 1,700+ Aircraft and over 1,30,000+ Personnel. Indian Air Force flies a wide range of Aircraft from Air Superiority Fighters like Su-30MKI to Ground Attack Aircraft capable … Read more How to join Indian Air Force as a Pilot

Air Force Y Group Explained in Detail: IAF

airforce Y group

While applying to join the Indian Air Force as an Airmen, a lot of aspirants get confused when they hear the term Group X and Group Y. This leads to many aspirants applying to the wrong branch or not applying for a trade they wanted to be in. Group X and Y are completely different … Read more Air Force Y Group Explained in Detail: IAF

Why Pakistan Can Never Use Nuclear Weapons against India

Nuclear War India Pakistan

With Tensions between India and Pakistan at an all-time high after Pulwama Attack and further Air Engagements between the two nations, one thing that kept the world on it toes was how the two Nuclear Armed nations will sort out this blunder. While India dealt with the situation logically, Pakistani Ministers and political leaders kept … Read more Why Pakistan Can Never Use Nuclear Weapons against India

26/11: IAF Wanted To Strike Pakistan But Govt Did Not Approve

26/11

It has been 10 years since 26/11 Mumbai Attacks which had claimed lives of 157 People including 2 NSG Commandos. The Terrorists which came from Pakistan Wreaked havoc in Mumbai for 3 Days. The Attacks showed the unpreparedness of our Forces to deal with such Incidents. Even NSG arrived 10 Hrs after the initial assault … Read more 26/11: IAF Wanted To Strike Pakistan But Govt Did Not Approve

Got Recommended From 4 AFSB Varanasi In First Attempt

Hello everyone, I am Animesh Sharma and I got recommended from 4 AFSB VARANASI  in my first attempt for AFCAT 1 2018 entry. This article will take you through a journey of mine, as how I started dreaming and finally how I got recommended, and also that what I have done, each one of you … Read more Got Recommended From 4 AFSB Varanasi In First Attempt

Difference Between Artillery : Howitzer, Mortar and Gun

Artillery is a branch of service that supports the fighting troops by means of fire support (and by observations). Fire support can be given by direct or indirect fire from guns or rockets. Artillery is not a weapon but a class. Its scope varies somewhat between nations but broadly it comprises field artillery, anti-aircraft artillery … Read more Difference Between Artillery : Howitzer, Mortar and Gun

Taser’s XREP-“One Of the deadliest non lethal weapon”

There are many incidents in which armed forces  need to subdue a person or group of people without using lethal force.They use variety of tools and tactics to achieve this goal.Some of those tools include items like riot shields, batons,pellet guns ,PAVA shells and tear gas. One less-than-lethal tool is the Thomas A. Swift Electric Rifle, or Taser. A … Read more Taser’s XREP-“One Of the deadliest non lethal weapon”

Various Ways to Join Garud Special Forces of Indian Air Force

Garud is an Elite Speical Forces Unit of the Indian Air Force. The Unit was Raised in 2003 and is the Youngest Special Forces Unit in India. Despite being Youngest Special Forces Unit, it is a force not to reckon with.Every personnel in Garud is Para Jump Qualified and Garuds are also trained in basic … Read more Various Ways to Join Garud Special Forces of Indian Air Force

The Indian Military Academy Routine to Become “FAUJ FIT” And BLAST OFF FAT

IMA Training

Being Physically Fit is Very Important in our Everyday life and if you are a Defence Aspirant hoping to join the Forces (Indian Military Academy or Officers Training Academy) and serving the Motherland, Being Physically Fit should be your utmost priority.Whether Applying for Officer or Soldier/Airmen/Sailor, Your Fitness Leaves a Deep Impact on your assessor.Though … Read more The Indian Military Academy Routine to Become “FAUJ FIT” And BLAST OFF FAT

Unsung Story of NCC Cadet Sergeant Pratap Singh Who Won Ashok Chakra During 1965 War

NCC Cadets during 1965 War

During Indo Pakistan War of 1965, NCC cadets played a very important role. Every NCC cadet rose to the occasion, they gladly relieved the Police, the Territorial Army and the Defence Services personnel to carry out more vital tasks in the defence of the country. Cadets were engaged in civil defence tasks and they assisted … Read more Unsung Story of NCC Cadet Sergeant Pratap Singh Who Won Ashok Chakra During 1965 War

Russia to showcase S-400, Tor missile systems at India’s arms exhibition

Russia’s Almaz-Antey Group will showcase S-400, Tor and Buk air defense missile systems at India’s Defexpo-2018 arms exhibition on April 11-14, the company’s press office reported on Monday. Defense products in the form of mockups and models enjoying demand in countries of the Asia-Pacific Region will be on display: ground-based and seaborne air defense missile … Read more Russia to showcase S-400, Tor missile systems at India’s arms exhibition

Was India planning a Covert Military Strike on Pakistan’s Nuclear Reactor?

The Idea of India attacking Pakistani Nuclear Reactor may sound absurd to many but the Fact is India had considered attacking Pakistani nuclear reactor at Kahuta. In his book, India’s Nuclear Policy —1964-98: A Personal Recollection, K Subrahmanyam a prominent international strategic affairs analyst, journalist and former Indian civil servant recollected that India proposed to … Read more Was India planning a Covert Military Strike on Pakistan’s Nuclear Reactor?

||Rustom-2 UAV akka “Desi Baaz”||

Defence Research Development Organisation  successfully tested its heavy duty, medium altitude, long endurance unmanned aerial vehicle RUSTOM 2 or TAPAS-BH-201(Tactical Airborne Platform for Aerial Surveillance-Beyond Horizon-201) from its test facility center at Challakere in Karnataka’s Chitradurga district on 25 February 2018. DRDO chairman S Christopher, its Director General of Aeronautical System CP Ramanarayanan, DG Electronics and Communication … Read more ||Rustom-2 UAV akka “Desi Baaz”||

“Baba Harbhajan Singh-A Dead Soldier Still On Duty”

  Baba Harbhajan Singh was born into a Sikh family on August 30th  1946 in the village of Sadrana in district Gujjarawala Punjab (Pakistan). In June 1956 he enlisted as a soldier in Amritsar and joined the Signal Corps. On 30 June 1965, he was granted a commission and posted to the 14 Rajput Regiment. During the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965 he served as an Adjutant of … Read more “Baba Harbhajan Singh-A Dead Soldier Still On Duty”

Top 10 Future Weapons of India You Won’t be Aware Of

Top 10 Future Weapons of India You Won't be Aware Of

India is amongst the most powerful militaries in the world and being surrounded by some of the most highly volatile neighbours, has pushed India into a relentless drive to modernize its forces. On the East, there is China, a nation which continuously pushes it pre-defined boundaries subjugating others opinions and on the west, there is … Read more Top 10 Future Weapons of India You Won’t be Aware Of

Special Protection Group (SPG)- “The 007 Of India”

The Special Protection Group (SPG)  is “an armed force of the Union for providing proximate security to the Prime Minister of India and former Prime Minister of India and members of their immediate families wherever they are.” It was formed in 1988 by an act of the Parliament of India. The SPG protects the PM by forming … Read more Special Protection Group (SPG)- “The 007 Of India”