As India gears up to place some major orders in the Defence sector in the coming days under the Make in India initiative, DefenceAviationPost.com (your one point stop for news on Defence and Aviation) has decided to bring for its readers a special series that will include visits to various facilities of leading public and private sector players in the defence sector as also detailed interactions and interviews with the who’s who in the Defence sector. In the days to come and through similar such visits that DefenceAviationPost.com has planned with the leading players in India’s defence sector, we aim to provide a first-hand account of information for our readers. (Watch out for more in the days to come.)
India and Bangladesh have a close, long-standing relationship covering a wide spectrum of activities and interactions, which has strengthened over the years. The people of India and Bangladesh have close cultural bonds and a shared vision of a democratic society. The present deployment of the Training Squadron to Chittagong would further cement the close relations between the two nations and the two navies.
The exercise, was aimed at fine tuning operational and logistics aspects of Heliborne operations. A large force comprising of elements of diverse elements of combat & combat support arms were successfully integrated & inducted, deep behind the enemy lines by medium lift helicopters of Indian Air Force to achieve simultaneity in effort. Attack and Armed helicopters were also employed in close support of the Heliborne column.
China resorts to legal warfare more offensively to substantiate her claims. India needs to study this and establish a legal warfare system to create favourable conditions to fight for her claims.
The new blacklisting policy is expected to do away with the blanket bans on companies and will spell out specific guidelines for imposing a ban on companies involved in misdoings. Sources indicated that any such ban imposed will be product and company specific without a cascading effect on the subsidiary companies.
Out of the Rs 82,000 crore of proposal approved, the DAC headed by Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has for the first time cleared two schemes worth Rs 53,000 crore under the Indigenous Design Development and Manufacturing (IDDM) category. This includes AON for 83 Light Combat Aircrafts (LCAs) Tejas at a cost of Rs 50,025 crore for the Indian Air Force (IAF) and another AON for 15 Light Combat Helicopters (LCHs) including 10 for the IAF and 5 for the Indian Army at a cost of Rs 2911 crores.
At an elevation of 6200 ft AMSL with a landing surface only 4200 feet long, a trial landing was carried out by the mighty C-17 Globemaster aircraft on 02 Nov 16
In the wake of the ongoing tensions in the state of Jammu and Kashmir along the Indo-Pak border, the Indian Army decided to keep the celebrations low key during this festive season of Diwali. Prime Minister, Narendra Modi along with the Gen Dalbir Singh, spent Diwali with the frontline troops, guarding and defending our borders despite inhospitable terrain and weather and continuous unprovoked firing by Pakistani soldiers and its sponsored terrorists.
The Three Warfares, (Psychological, media and Legal) concept is seen as very important to increasing the China’s “soft power” and a major contributor to its success in all future wars. As China moved towards the concept of fighting Local Wars under Conditions of Informationisation, the three warfares gained in importance not only in its military connotation but also in national strategy.It is in India’s interest that, she takes note of this strategy by China and devise countermeasures for the same.
Accusing previous governments of having “no vision” for aviation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said his government has come out with the first integrated policy for the sector.