Israel has its own line of sea- and air-based missiles, but data on the “missile program” is mostly kept secret. An infographic is now circulating in the public domain, according to which Israel launched 28 missile strikes on military targets in Syria in 2022. At the same time, 23 strikes were carried out by aircraft,… Continue reading What cruise and ballistic missiles does Israel have, and can they destroy the Shahed-136 production plant
On Wednesday, Iranian pro-government media extensively covered the use of the Saqr missile by the Iran-backed Houthi militia in Yemen to strike US forces and Syria. Iran is indirectly implicated in all of these attacks in this way. The missile The Tasnim report notes that this “mysterious” missile has been used in many locations, all… Continue reading Iran is demonstrating its ‘Saqr’ missile.
Today, Japan and South Korea announced that North Korea launched two ballistic missiles into the eastern seaboard days after testing a “high-thrust solid-fuel engine.” “North Korea launched two unidentified ballistic missiles from the Tongchang-RI area in North Pyongan province into the eastern seaboard,” South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) announced today. The JCS said… Continue reading North Korea fires two ballistic missiles into the sea.
The HIMARS Rocket Artillery System is one of the most advanced and deadliest Rocket Launching System in the world. It has proven itself in the ongoing Russia-Ukraine War. This Rocket Artillery System has been said as the gamechanger, it has destroyed several russian ammunition depots, stores, artillery units, etc with its very precise strikes. After… Continue reading United States accelerates production of HIMARS after its impressive performance in Ukraine
Tensions are growing on the Korean peninsula as the United States and its allies respond to Pyongyang’s repeated missile tests, including one that flew over Japanese territory. As of October 9, North Korea has fired 10 missiles in the past two weeks alone. 2022 is also the year Pyongyang conducted the highest number of missile… Continue reading North Korea conducted a series of missile tests in just 2 weeks
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
According to recent reports published by the Navy Recognition, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy has replaced its old short-range air-defense SAM HQ-7 with the new and more advanced HQ-10 launcher on the Type 54 frigate Ma’anshan. Type 054 is a class of Chinese multi-role frigates that were commissioned in the People’s Liberation Army Navy… Continue reading Chinese Navy replaces its HQ-7 defense system with HQ-10 on its Type 054 frigate
How long will Russia’s precision weapons last? Looking at the most modern fighter of the Russian Air Force, using ordinary bombs, it can be speculated. The fighter aircraft of the Russian Air Forces now seem to have significantly reduced their activities, not to mention the bombing of deep targets in Ukraine, even in the front-line areas.… Continue reading How many precision ammunitions are left in Russia’s arsenals?
The warhead of air-to-air missiles is generally heavier. Even the short-range air-to-air missiles such as the Sidewinder have a warhead weight of about 15 kilograms, while the long-range air-to-air missiles such as the AIM-54 Phoenix are even heavier. Its warhead weight reached 60 kg, which is heavier than a 155mm shell. Not to mention that… Continue reading How many Air-to-air missile need to shoot down a fighter jet?