Indian Army is Virtually blind at Night

An internal report of the world’s third largest army has exposed its operational blindness as the available night vision devices are ‘redundant’ and not effective. Indian armed forces have lost nearly 9,000 soldiers in counter-terrorism operations since 1990, majority of them during night. The Army’s 359 infantry units (over three lakh soldiers) and over 100 … Read more

Indian Army personnel, barring two-star and above (major-general and above), may no longer be able to use smartphones at workplaces

Indian Army personnel, barring two-star and above-ranked officers (major-general and above), may no longer be able to use smartphones at workplaces, a top Army source said. There is no clarity yet on the use of older version of cellphones, which do not have camera and other smart features. The main aim of the move is … Read more

Russia unveils super-Jet ‘MiG-35’, offers it for Indian Air Force: Report

Russia has begun testing its super fast, and extremely lethal, MiG-35 fighter jets which can simultaneously capture 10 targets. According to a report in Daily Star, MiG-35 is an advanced version of  MiG-29 and can reach speeds of Mach 2.23 and fly as high as 19,000 meters. The report adds that the MiG-35 aircraft is … Read more

Chinese hackers can disrupt Indian Army’s communication network: Report

The army’s communications system is riddled with security flaws and could be infected with Chinese malware that can bring down India’s military network, a report warns, stressing on the need for a technology upgrade. Malicious software cannot only disrupt communication during operations but also lead to theft of information in peacetime, the report on future … Read more

India to Deploy Massive Tank Army Along Border With Pakistan

The Indian Army is set to deploy over 460 new T-90SM main battle tanks (MBTs) along India’s border with Pakistan, senior Indian defense officials told IHS Jane’s Defense Weekly on January 19. The new T-90SM MBT (other designations T-90AM or T-90MS) is the latest and most modern version of the T-90 (which in turn is a … Read more

Royal Marines take part in Operation with MARCOS of Indian Navy

Clyde-based Royal Marines from 43 Commando Fleet Protection Group recently took part in a security exercise with the Indian Navy. Exercise Konkan is an annual military training operation involving the Royal Navy and Indian Navy. This year, the week-long exercise involved joint boarding as well as battle and casualty evacuation training. 43 Commando regularly provide … Read more

Indian Navy to induct Scorpene class submarines Kalvari and Khanderi this year: Rear Admiral Mohit Gupta

The Indian Navy is planning to induct two scorpene class submarines this year. It will also launch the third one into the waters. Speaking to ANI, Assistant Chief of Naval Staff Rear Admiral Mohit Gupta said that two submarines that would be inducted by the Navy this year are Kalvari and Khanderi, while the third … Read more

Army tests sending tanks through the Channel Tunnel in case of Russian crisis in Eastern Europe

THE British Army has sent a TANK through the Channel Tunnel for the first time – to practise getting armoured vehicles to Eastern Europe quickly in case of a crisis with Russia. The military exercise saw five armoured vehicles transported to France on train wagons in the early hours of Wednesday. A Challenger tank and matching recovery vehicle, … Read more

Is America preparing for war with Russia? US plane spotted in a mock dogfight with a Russian jet above the top secret Area 51 base

These are the amazing scenes which show a Russian-built fighter jet taking on a US Air Force F-16 in a mock dogfight – in what could be a sign that America is preparing for the possibility of war with Moscow. The images were captured by air traffic controller Phil Drake in the skies above Area … Read more

Indian Air Force Fighter Jet Tejas to Make Republic Day Debut

India’s indigenous Light Combat Aircraft Tejas will make its debut run in the Republic Day Parade this year, the Indian Air Force (IAF) announced on Thursday. Besides Tejas, the flypast will include Su-30 aircraft in Trishul formation and also a high speed run by a single Su-30, followed by vertical Charlie, which means the aircraft … Read more

Chinese Aircraft Carrier Can Sail Into Indian Ocean At Will, Says Top US Commander

In a direct assessment of the increasing presence of the Chinese Navy in waters off the coast of India, Admiral Harry Harris Jr., the Commander of the United States Pacific Command has said, “I believe India should be concerned about the increased Chinese influence. If you believe there is only a finite amount of influence … Read more

Indian Navy’s Next ‘Advanced Technology Vessel’

There won’t be a public commissioning ceremony or any fanfare for the cameras. Not the sort that usually accompanies the entry into service of a frontline warship. In fact, much like India’s first nuclear ballistic missile submarine INS Arihant, known all its life simply by its euphemistic project title Advanced Technology Vessel, this new ship … Read more

Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) to train with Indian Air Force for another 5 years, under bilateral agreement

The Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) will continue training with the Indian Air Force (IAF) at India’s Kalaikunda Air Force Station for another five years, under a bilateral agreement which was renewed on Thursday (Jan 19). The renewal of the pact, which provides for joint military training and exercises between the two air forces, … Read more

Indian Army to get ballistic helmets: Here are 5 other things our soldiers need urgently

The Indian Army is acquiring ballistic helmets for its soldiers. The army will get around 1.5 lakh of these bulletproof helmets that have been the force’s requirement for years now. The Indian Army needs to move quickly to fill some vital gaps to enhance the fighting capability of its soldiers and protect them on the … Read more

11 Deadliest Snipers in the History of Mankind (The First One killed 505 Men)

11 Deadliest Snipers Ever

Extraordinary marksmanship has been a piece of war as far back as guns turned into the devices of decision. There are quite recently a few people who can get things done with a rifle that others can’t. The ability to Shoot someone Silently is the reason why Snipers are sometimes referred to as “GHOSTS” and … Read more

Pakistan’s ISI behind Kanpur Train accident: ATS, NIA, RAW reach Bihar to Investigate

The Bihar Police have discovered that two major train accidents near Kanpur that led to the death of 151 passengers and wounded 200 others were orchestrated by Pakistan’s spy agency ISI. Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) team went to Bihar on Wednesday to probe the Kanpur train accident after three people were arrested in connection with the case. “Intelligence … Read more

Badges worn in Indian Air Force by Aircrew and Ground Staff

IAF badges

Aircrew badges commonly known as WINGS  are worn by Indian Air Force’s Officers and Airmen crew on their uniforms is the symbol of Qualification to the personnel who serves as a crew member on board Aircraft. They are the symbol of their expertise in that particular field.Normally the aircrew badges are worn on the left … Read more

After Waiting for almost two Decades, Indian Army Jawans to get Modern Helmets that can bear 9mm attack

According to media reports, an Indian company, the Kanpur-based MKU Industries, has been contracted to manufacture 1.58 lakh helmets in a deal worth around Rs 170-180 crore, and the production of the new helmets is now beginning. This is the first large scale order of helmets by the Indian Army in more than two decades … Read more

Navy facing heaviest Russian activity since Cold War says First Sea Lord

The Royal Navy is facing its greatest challenge from Russian submarines and warships for more than 25 years, the First Sea Lord has told his sailors. Adml Sir Philip Jones said the Navy was dealing with the highest level of activity from Vladimir Putin’s fleet since the end of the Cold War, even as it … Read more

Interactive Missile Map Reveals How Messy a NATO-Russia War Would Be

The first of 3,500 American troops began rolling into Poland for a nine-month-long mission starting on Jan. 8, 2017. It’s an unprecedented length of time for a U.S. armored unit to stay in Eastern Europe. The U.S. Army’s 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division were heading to Zagan and Pomorskie, with the unit’s … Read more