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In an about weeks time, Indian Air-force will be getting first fighter jet which will be equipped with Next Generation Fire Active Electronically Scanned Antenna Control Radar when DARIN III Configuration upgraded Jaguar Indian Air force’s main Strike aircraft will carry out first flight.

Israeli supplied Elta’s ELM-2052 AESA FCR has completed all major Ground trials and along with 28 new sensors, which will also see the integration of indigenous mission computer, First Jaguar aircraft has been prepped for its first flight. Continue reading

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Speaking on the news report that India is planning to replace AL-31-FP engine on its Sukhoi -30MKI fleet with a 125kn thrust class engine derivative from the basic Kaveri engine, Air Commodore KI Ravi, AVSM VSM (Retd) speaking to idrw.org said that in his opinion, it is a sheer waste of time, and tax payer’s money in considering investment into the 125kn engine Kaveri for the Sukhoi-30MKI.

Air Commodore KI Ravi says that ” Russian philosophy of maintenance is so different from the western concept. Sukhoi design bureau as a part of their conceptual design to critical design review(cdr) and thereafter the prototype manufacture, followed by hours of flight testing AL-31-FPs, collected mapping of errors, corrective actions and then activating the feedback loop to make it a proven engine today “. Continue reading

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Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre while replying to a question put forward by a Parliamentarian in Rajya Sabha said that Final Operational Clearance (FOC) of LCA-Tejas will likely happen by June 2018.

Firing of Beyond Visual Range (BVR) missile with radar guidance already has been achieved but it will require further testing to meet FOC Standards, while Close Combat Missile (Python-5 ) testing is pending due to delays in carrying out modification required by OEM (Israel) for integration into LCA-Tejas for trials as per Industrial sources close to idrw.org . Continue reading

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A few days back, one of the LCA-Tejas aircraft took flight after been grounded for nearly 6 months, aircraft in question is LCA-Tejas LSP-7 (KH-2017). LSP-7 Since early this year has been going through Integration of all important GSH-23 twin-barreled 23 mm autocannon developed by the Soviet Union manufactured in India by Ordnance Factories Board.

GSH-23 autocannon Gun flight firing trials which will start soon is an important part of certification which is needed for grant of Final Operation clearance (FOC). Double-barreled aircraft gun had cleared all Ground-based weapons trials on board LCA Tejas PV-3 aircraft nearly two years back. Continue reading

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Earlier this year, At Aero India idrw.org, was first to report on Scale model of the Hindustan Turbo-Shaft Engine (HTSE) 1200 Rotary engines for Helicopters displayed at the event. as per latest information provided by the Industrial sources to idrw.org, HAL has started assembly of the first engine to begin ground trials.

Metal cutting had begun for HTSE-1200 in FY2016-17 and now the assembly of the engine followed by initial ground runs will be done in next few months. Continue reading

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With Saab responding to Indian Navy issued, formal request for information (RFI) for 57 Multi-role Carrier-borne fighters (MRCBF) with an offer of Sea Gripen carrier-based fighter, ADA official close to idrw.org has confirmed that development and testing time required for SAAB on Sea Gripen will be same for LCA Navy MK2 to become reality.

LCA Navy MK2 is still going through design optimisation and final design might be frozen by 2018 and a full-scale mockup of the LCA Navy MK2 will be ready by 2018 said ADA official. Continue reading

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While Major Aerospace companies will again hog the spotlight at the Paris Air Show, But India’s Major Aerospace company Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) too has put up stalls to promote export of many of its products to many potential buyers.

HAL at Paris Air Show can be found at Chalet 128 and will display models of LCA-Tejas, BAE-Hawk and of Light Combat Helicopter (LCH) according to Industrial sources close to idrw.org. Continue reading

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With the smooth conclusion of all major user trials of Six Dhanush Artillery guns by India Army, idrw.org has been informed by reliable industrial sources that after the Initial order of 114 155mm/45- Calibre Dhanush Howitzer Gun, Indian Army is working on Second mega order deal to acquire more Dhanush Artillery guns soon.

Indian Army is likely to place an order for 300 more Dhanush Artillery guns soon over the initial order of 114 guns which are already in production by Ordinance Factory Board (OFB). Initial orders for 114 Guns will be concluded by 2019. Continue reading

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Michael Koch. Vice President, Boeing India Defense, Space & Security and Dan Gillian F/A-18 and EA-18 Program Manager at Boeing while speaking at two-day International Seminar ‘Building India’s Future Navy’ organised by Indian Navy, Indian Coast Guard, Integrated Defence Staff, Ministry of Defence, DRDO, industry leaders from India and abroad in New Delhi made a push for Boeing F/A-18 SuperHornet to meet Indian Naval Carrier requirement .

Boeing is one of the four vendors which has responded to India Navy’s Multi-role carrier-borne fighters (MRCBF) Tender to Supply 57 carrier-borne fighter jets to equip its aircraft carriers. Continue reading

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Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) has issued Request for Quotation (RFQ) for Surveillance Radar Systems for its Dhruv Advanced Light Helicopters (ALHs) for operations with the Indian navy and coastguard.

RFQ which idrw.org has gone through, demands 3 Surveillance Radar Systems supplied within 10 months by the vendor and list out plans to procure 42 sets of Surveillance Radars Systems by 2021-22 period to fulfil 32 Dhruv Advanced Light Helicopters (ALHs) helicopter order placed by Indian Navy (IN) and Indian Coast Guard (ICG) earlier this year. Continue reading

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Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL) officials speaking to media have confirmed that Akash NG ( Next-generation ) Surface-to-Air Aerial Defence system will be ready for developmental trials from 2019 onwards. Akash NG will have a range up to 40km and be equipped with an indigenous radar and seeker.

idrw.org in an earlier report (Development of Akash NG ( Next-generation ) officially cleared.)had confirmed that official clearance for development of Akash NG was cleared by Government earlier this year and DRDO is also developing Akash 1S which is further development of Akash Mark-I missile system. Continue reading

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                                                            TAPAS 201 PT-2

Aeronautical Test Range (ATR) near Challakere in Chitradurga district which is all set to be inaugurated tomorrow by Defence Minister Arun Jaitley already has a Guest eagerly waiting for the new facility to be opened up. TAPAS 201 PT-2 is the 2nd prototype of TAPAS 201 which already has reached the facility to carry out its first maiden flight soon.

Maiden flight of the 1st prototype of TAPAS 201 (RUSTOM – II) was successfully carried out last year from Aeronautical Test Range (ATR) which is new facility developed for testing of UAVs and manned aircraft. Continue reading

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Tender issued 3 days back which idrw.org has gone through by DRDO invited bids for supply Transportable Containers for SFDR ( Solid Fuel Ducted Ramjet Propulsion Technology) missile being developed by DRDL.

SFDR is Air-Air-Missile developed using baseline ASTRA BVRAAM which will use booster-ram jet sustainer propulsion system. The development and demonstration of SFDR propulsion system is a joint venture of DRDO and Russia. Continue reading

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                         IMAGE REPRESENTATION OF NGRAAM

Earlier this year, idrw.org was first to confirm and report that DRDO (DRDO working on New Rudra M-II Air to Surface Missile (ASM) for Indian Airforce) has been sanctioned 489.06 crores to develop a new Air to Surface Missile (ASM) dubbed Rudra M-II for Indian Air force.

Recently DRDO has issued tenders which idrw.org has gone through which reveals that DRDO has invited bids to build an Aluminium container for R167 Article for storage and transportation of RudraM-II Missile. Continue reading

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