Why HAL Dhruv helicopter is the perfect platform for Indian Navy

As the Indian Navy desperately awaits for the replacement of its ageing fleet of  Chetak Helicopters, focus has again shifted to the ALH Dhruv Mk3, modified for shipborne operations, which is ready. On February 5, 2021, the Indian Navy tweeted that it has received three Advanced Light Helicopter MK III (MR). In February 2021, HAL … Read more

India to convert passenger aircraft into aerial refuelling tanker

India currently uses six Russian IIyushin-78 tankers, first inducted in 2003, but they are facing maintenance and serviceability issues. After years of trying to buy mid-air refuellers for its military, India is now looking to convert existing Boeing 767 passenger aircraft into tankers. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) has entered into an MoU with Israel Aerospace … Read more

India’s loyal wingman project CATS Warrior to go airborne by 2024

A loyal wingman programme being developed by India’s Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) is on schedule to see flight-testing by 2024. It is Known as the Combat Air Teaming System (CATS) Warrior, the project began in 2018 and was showcased during Aero India 2021. CATS Warrior is a part of the HAL Combat Air Teaming System program. The company … Read more

Tejas mk1A : The real “DESI GAME CHANGER” of India

In July 2020, India received the first five Dassault Rafale fighters that instantly captured the imagination of the home audience as it was after 20 years the Indian Air force inducted new fighter jets. While Dassault Rafale is a deadly fighter but they cannot restore the alarmingly falling numbers of fighter jets in the Indian … Read more