The company will deliver Light Duty Ejector Release Units and Carrier Bomb Light Stores (CBLS) training aids for IAF Hawk Advanced Jet Trainer aircraft.
A statement issued by the Ministry of Defense said the launch took place at 1020 hours local time and that ‘the missile followed the trajectory in a copybook style and reached the designated target in the Bay of Bengal’.
In an exclusive interview, StratPost spoke to the lawyer representing the relatives of Rabbi Gavriel Noach Holtzberg, James P. Kreindel, who said he hopes to depose Lashkar e Taiba agent David Headley and get compensation from the terrorist group as well as Pakistan’s Inter Services Intelligence.
Almost two years after the 26/11 terrorist attacks on Mumbai, Swedish defense company Saab has won a contract to supply a coastal surveillance system for the entire 7400-kilometer long Indian coast.
A statement from Saab on Wednesday said the order was worth 2.2 billion Swedish Kronor, around USD 310 million. The Royal Thai Air Force already operates four single-seat ‘C’ variants and two ‘D’ versions of the aircraft, which were acquired in 2008.
This is what happens when you throw together an obsessed and qualified hobbyist, augmented reality and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.
Indian security forces are bracing themselves for a possible hike in terrorist infiltration into the northern Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir before winter sets in, rendering the traditional ingress routes unnavigable.
The United States Air Force F-22 Raptor’s planned evolution includes an auto recovery system, called the Auto Ground Collision Avoidance System). This system allows the aircraft to recover to level flight, automatically, if the pilot is momentarily incapacitated.
The amount of USD 4.1 billion ‘more closely represents the case value in its current state and that figure only includes the options India is actually considering’, according to a US Government source.
The Indian Air Force contest for mid-air refueling tanker aircraft will depend on how a United States Air Force competition for a massive order for 179 tankers plays out towards the end of the year.
President Barack Obama has placed the cape of a world power on India and held out the promise of global leadership, complete with matching veto.
It hasn’t been all work and no play for the Indian paratroopers exercising with the US Army in Alaska. In fact, after last week, they might not be missing home all that much.
The Hindu has reported that the US has announced its intention to remove India’s defense and space related organizations from the list of entities subject to export restrictions.
The British Sunday Telegraph has reported that the Eurofighter Typhoon is ‘winning the fight for the contract to supply 126 fighters to the Indian Air Force’.
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer has published an Associated Press report saying President Barack Obama has announced a preliminary agreement to supply ten C-17 aircraft to the Indian Air Force (IAF).