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On 4th May, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) Public Sector Company on behalf of its Rotary Wing Research and Design Centre (RWR&DC) division invited Request for Information (RFI) from reputed OEMs for supply of suitable turboshaft engines for powering Indian Multi-role Helicopter (IMRH) which is an upcoming 10-12.5 tonne class helicopter being developed by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) for the Indian Armed Services.

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DRDO for the first time has showcased Canister Launcher for the Indigenously developed QR-SAM (Quick Reaction, Surface to Air Missile) at Bharatiya Vigyan Sammelan and Expo held at Fergusson College grounds in Pune, Maharastra.

QR-SAM Canister Launcher consists of 6 launchers capable of firing any 6 QR-SAM missiles which are transported on Ashok Leyland Super Stallion 8×8 High Mobility Vehicle (HMV) Truck. QR-SAM (Quick Reaction, Surface to Air Missile) has been co-developed by BDL, BEL and DRDO with active Private sector participation. Continue reading

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Official Tejas Facebook page has shared a video of LCA Tejas LSP-4 firing Derby Missile in a Radar guided mode for the first time against a target during the trial conducted at Kalaikunda, West Bengal.

Derby BVR Missile successfully took down its target. Previous Derby BVR Missile trials were carried out in a Non-Guided mode where the missile was not aimed at any target. Successful trials in Guided mode brings it closer to Final Operational Clearance (FOC ). Continue reading

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Defence Materials and Stores Research and Development Establishment (DMSRDE) developed Armour Panels for providing crew protection in Light Combat Helicopter (LCH) against 7.62mm Bullets and 12.7mm Heavy Machine Gun Bullets has successfully concluded Ballistic trials of Armour Panels.

DMSRDE demonstrated technology for successful armour solution for LCH from both 7.62API and 12.7API ammunitions. Continue reading

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India’s light combat aircraft (LCA) Tejas has reportedly conducted first test firing of a beyond visual range air-to-air missile (BVRAAM), Derby in Guided Mode against a target just outskirts of Kalaikunda in the state of West Bengal.

Test were carried out by a limited series production (LSP) platform, the LSP-4 Tejas fired the BVRAAM missile on a Ballistic Guided mode, which was guided by Fire Control Radar of the Aircraft. Continue reading

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Indian Air Force is restrategizing it plans so that it can again push for procurement of another 18 Dassault Rafale fighter taking total tally to respectable 54 aircraft in near future soon.

IAF’s Top Brass has been pushing for additional Dassault Rafale fighter jets after India and France concluded a deal to procure 36 Rafale fighter but now IAF is working on new plans which can lead to the availability of additional funds required to procure additional jets as per Industrial sources close to idrw.org. Continue reading

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First Picture of Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) developed indigenous new generation anti-radiation missile (NGARM) currently in development as emerged from the website of contractor who supplies Scale Dummy Missiles to DRDO.

At first glance NGARM as visual simiarities between Astra BVRAAM which have now entered production. State-of-the-art, anti-radiation NGARM missile is specifically developed to take out enemy radars and communication facilities. Continue reading

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The Ministry of Defence, Government of India has invited bids to procure approximate Qty 50-60 Armoured Vehicles for IAF along with its associated equipment from Indian vendors indented to be used by Guard Special Forces which is the special forces unit of the Indian Air Force deployed to secure Airbases Around the country and also carry out offensive operations behind enemy lines .

According to the Tender documents accessed by idrw.org, Indian vendors are requested to bid along with details about the level of indigenization, delivery capability, maintenance support, lifetime support etc. Continue reading

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The Ministry of Defence, Government of India intends to procure approximate 600 Rifle 7.62mm with sights and accessories and 200 UBGL for Rifle 7.62mm for IAF along with its associated equipment from Indian and Foreign vendors.

Ministry of Defence also has invited bids for supply of 120 Night Vision Devices, 2000 9mm Pistol and 1800 Sub Machine Gun for Guard Special Forces which is the special forces unit of the Indian Air Force. Continue reading

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DRDO plans to use specially designed containers to transport full assembled Nirbhay Cruise missile to Abdul Kalam Island (Wheeler Island) of ITR for next round of trials planned for in May or June.

DRDO is carrying out changes suggested by a committee that probed the earlier test failures but recent December 2016 failure was attributed to totally new kind of malfunction which prompted developed of Special Containers to transport Nirbhay Cruise missile to the Testing site. Continue reading

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After Government of India begin contract negotiations for acquiring 56 Airbus C295 transport aircraft as a replacement for its ageing Avro HS-748 aircraft, Airbus is now trying to engage and close deal with Government of India to sell Six Airbus A330-200 Multi Role Tanker Transport (MRTT) worth $2 Billion by offering Air-Air-Refueling Kit for Indian C-295W order .

Indian Government last year backtracked and scrapped MRTT tender to allow Boeing to offer its cheaper KC-46A Pegasus Multi Role Tanker Transport alternative to India, Airbus sensing shift in Indian deal has now offered Air-Air-Refueling Kit (AAR) to India to enable C-295W to be used as low-cost Multi Role Tanker Transport (MRTT) at attractive price . Continue reading

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Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory and Stainless steel maker Jindal Stainless (Hisar) Ltd earlier this month signed Licensing agreements for Transfer of Technology (TOT) of high nitrogen steel (HNS) which can be widely used in various armour applications thus providing a major breakthrough in technology for armour applications in India.

Indigenous HNS technology is a step forward for Army’s Quest for lighter and high-performance armour materials compared to materials used by them. DMRL developed HNS technology for armour applications and Vishal. improved ballistic performance compared to Rolled Homogenous Armour (RHA). Continue reading

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As per official information sourced from Annual report of Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) compiled together by idrw.org on India’s LCA Navy Mk2 Programme. The government of India has sanctioned the development of two LCA(Navy) Mk2 single seat Fighter prototypes (NP3 & NP4) under FSED Navy Phase-2.

The LCA (Navy) Mk2 is being designed primarily to provide air defence to the fleet onboard Carrier and meeting all the mission objectives set out by the Indian Navy. Significantly improved aircraft performance largely better than AF-Mk1 and integration of a full suite of weapons are capabilities inherent in the design. Continue reading

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As per official information sourced from Annual report of Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) compiled together by idrw.org on India’s AMCA 5th Generation Fighter project , Government of India had sanctioned to carryout feasibility studies of design and development of Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA) on 5th Oct 2010, at a cost of Rs.90.5 Crores, for a duration of 1 ½ years initially and st subsequently PDC was extended upto 31 March 2017 .

AMCA Feasibility Report: Feasibility studies have been carried out based on IAF’s Top Level Operational Requirements and completed the scope of the project. Feasibility Report was compiled and Review held in November 2013. Feasibility Report was updated in October 2015 with various activities carried out post the reviews and submitted to Air HQ and Hon’ble Raksha Mantri. Continue reading

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