The Talwar-class stealth frigate, Teg, was commissioned into the Indian Navy at Yantar Shipyard at St. Petersberg, today. Here’s the brochure issued at the ceremony.
The Talwar-class (Krivak-III) frigate, Teg, will be commissioned into the the Indian Navy at Yantar shipyard at Kaliningrad by Vice Admiral K.N. Sushil on Friday. This will be the first to carry the sea launched BrahMos cruise missile, instead of the Klub-N missile and will be commanded by Captain Rakesh Kumar Dahiya.
The deal for the purchase of 12 AgustaWestland AW 101 helicopters for VIP transportation is under scrutiny by the Indian defense ministry after reports surfaced that the company may have employed agents to facilitate the contract.
Indian scientists have conducted the first test of the Agni V Long Range Ballistic Missile, with a range of 5,000 kilometers. Media reports have highlighted how it enables India to strike to strike anywhere in China.
Lockheed Martin has responded with the Sea Hercules to the Indian Navy’s Request for Information (RFI) for Medium Range Maritime Reconnaissance aircraft, as first reported by StratPost.
This is the second and concluding installment of the two-part analysis of the process of acquisition of 126 Medium Multi Role Combat Aircraft (MMRCA) by the Indian Air Force (IAF).
This, first of a two-part analysis, examines the MMRCA process and invites you to draw your conclusions as to the veracity of the claims of transparency and adherence to the rule book.
MKU came into DefExpo on a high. They’ve just completed deliveries of 59,000 light weight bullet proof jackets to the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) under a Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) order worth INR 100 Crore. And now they plan to make Night Vision Devices.
The frames are made of an extremely light-weight and strong composite weaved fiber. The fabric, too, is patented material and the shelter can be sealed, air-conditioned and is capable of maintaining a positive air pressure in an NBC (Nuclear Biological Chemical) environment.