The Air Chief Marshal of the Indian Air Force, Vivek Ram Chaudhari revealed the new digital camouflage pattern designed combat uniform for the IAF ground personnel. After the Indian Army the IAF has now switched to digital camouflage uniform, leaving the older uniform designs. On Saturday morning on October 9, on the occasion of the… Continue reading Indian Air Force unveils its new indigenously manufactured combat uniform on the occasion of 90th IAF Day
The HAL Light Combat Helicopter “Prachand” was officially inducted into the Indian Air Force yesterday, but it will take at least one more year to arm this gunship with its originally planned weapon, the Dhruvastra Air-to-surface/Anti-tank Guided Missile. The LCH has the capacity to carry 16 units of Dhruvastra ATGMs. Recent reports says that this… Continue reading HAL Light Combat Helicopter to get its main weapon “Dhruvastra” in 2023
The Indian Army’s plans to induct Quick Reaction Surface to Air Missiles (QRSAM) for protection of its mobile formations are likely to get further delayed, with the system underperforming in recent trials and with glaring deficiencies emerging. According to recent reports published by the Economic Times, Sanctioned in 2014, the project is already running five… Continue reading Quick reaction missile induction to be delayed as deficiencies found during trials
Apart from over 4 lakh CQB carbines, the Army has also begun the process to procure more than 47,000 bulletproof jackets (BPJs) for soldiers. The Defence Acquisition Council, in July, had accorded Acceptance of Necessity (AoN) to purchase CQB carbines and BPJs for the Army. According to latest reports by News 18, The Indian Army… Continue reading Indian Army started the process to buy new CQB Carbines for Counterterror Operations and Bulletproof Jackets
The HAL Light Combat Helicopter (LCH) is an Indian multi-role attack helicopter designed and manufactured by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL). It is the world’s lightest attack helicopter and its flight ceiling is the highest among all attack helicopters. It has been ordered for both the Indian Air Force and the Indian Army. Currently LCH is in full speed production for Indian Air Force (65 on order) and… Continue reading What are the role of Indian LCH and Apache Helicopter ?
In September 2016, India and France signed a €7.87 billion Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) for 36 Rafale multi-role fighter jets in fly-away condition. India chose Dassault over its traditional partner Russia’s MiG. The deal has a 50% offset clause to be executed by Dassault Aviation and its partners in partnership with Indian companies. The basic cost… Continue reading What will be the next deal of Indian Air Force after Rafale?
LCA “Glorious” fighter has finally welcomed the first real-life deployment of its service. The Indian Air Force’s 45th Flying Knife squadron of LCA fighters has been deployed to the western front airbase near the border with India and Pakistan. This is the first real-life deployment of the LCA Shining fighter in service. Sources declined to… Continue reading Indian Airforce deployed Tejas aircraft in Kashmir against Pakistan Jf-17
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… Continue reading Tejas mk1A : The real “DESI GAME CHANGER” of India
The Uttam is an advanced active phased array radar (APAR) system being developed by Electronics and Radar Development Establishment (LRDE) for the HAL Tejas and other combat aircraft of Indian Air Force. After 12 years of research and development LRDE (Electronics and Radar Development Establishment) finally, give green signal for induction The home-grown Uttam Active… Continue reading Uttam AESA radar ready for induction in Tejas MK1A