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” Security ” Special Aero India 2017 Edition 

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India has finally placed orders for 36 Rafale fighter jets from France, it will be first new fighter jets after India started getting after it started getting Russian build Sukhoi-Su-30MKI from 2001 onwards.

While Sukhoi-30 will be Backbone of Indian Air force with more than twice the amount of jet at disposal even if we include original MMRCA tender, Rafale jets will be seen playing second fiddle to Sukhois in most combat roles and in most combat zones . Both been 4++ Generation fighters aircrafts and ranked best among contemporary fighter jets in its class, comparison within Indian Air force will be hard to miss and Friendly Squadrons Rivalries will only get best for Indian Air force. Continue reading

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China successfully demonstrated Worlds first Operational Anti-ship ballistic missile (ASBM ) in 2010 and later followed up with a test of Anti-satellite weapons (ASAT) in 2013. Two missile tests has shaken the traditional views of the many experts and also has threatened unassailable superiority which was boosted by Us Navy.

While development of ASAT and ASBM by China seems to be in response to stop intervention of Superior US Navy on possible conflict at South China Sea, India can ill-afford to ignore it and has to take note of Such development in the region and has to start planning for development of such systems since such complex system tend to have longer development period due to complex technology involved in such weapons systems. Continue reading

SOURCE : IDRW NEWS NETWORK (INN)

India will place orders for 36 Rafale aircrafts which will be of exact standard which were tested by Indian air force under MMRCA Technical evaluation trials few years back which means it will be of the current production standard which is F3.3.

Dassault is currently manufacturing Rafale fighter jets which are of standard F3.3. Egypt which recently also has placed orders for 24 aircrafts will get Same standard F3.3 Rafales said Dassault officials. F3.3 standard Rafale will be equipped with an active array RBE2 AESA radar from Thales. Continue reading

SOURCE : IDRW NEWS NETWORK ( INN)

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar speaking to media at the undocking ceremony of first Scorpene submarine said that Previous Defence Minister ( A. K. Antony) never reviewed Scorpene submarine project regularly due to which project was running behind schedule by 4 years .

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar after taking in charge as been reviewing the project on a monthly basis and is determined that all submarines under construction under Project-75 are delivered to the Indian navy by the end of 2018. Continue reading

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Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar speaking to media at the undocking ceremony of first Scorpene submarine said that he is fully aware of recent deal between Pakistan and china on sale of 8 Yuan-class Type-041 conventional (non-nuclear) diesel-powered submarines .

Due to recent development we will work to fast track Project-75I said Parrikar and also he will work to make sure that current 6 Scorpene submarine under development in India are delivered by 2018. Continue reading

SOURCE : IDRW NEWS NETWORK ( INN)

Amid increasing Chinese assertiveness in the Indo-Pacific region, Parrikar, who was on a four-day visit to Japan held talks with Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida and was also given a tour on biggest Japanese warship since World War Two, the Izumo, a helicopter carrier.

The Izumo with a crew of 470 sailors is a highly visible example of how Japan is expanding the capability of its military to operate overseas and enters service as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe seeks lawmaker approval to loosen the restraints of Japan’s pacifist post-war constitution. Continue reading

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India is capable of developing intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) which can hit targets beyond the range of 10,000 km, Chairman of Armament Research Board, Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), Dr SK Salwan said on Saturday is India’s worst kept secret .

I still remember reading in newspapers how American Defense analytic were paranoid about rising Space capabilities of India and had said in a report that India will use a modified Pslv rocket to create India’s first ICBM and will gain capability to hit targets in North America thus Mythical ” Surya” missile with range of 10000 km ICBM was born in the same report . Continue reading

SOURCE : GAURAV MADKAIKAR / FOR MY TAKE / IDRW.ORG

Built at a modest cost of just $74 million Isro’s Mangalyaan Mars craft got world attention which highlighted India’s Scientific achievements. Western media too were all praise for Isro’s MOM Mars craft successful insertion to mar orbit, Achievement which very few have succeeded in doing it in their first try.

In a Country where each ISRO mission hypnotizes millions of ordinary common man, each mission keeps them glued to their television sets. Each PSLV or GSLV Rocket launch is watched with same interest as was with last launch. Continue reading

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After Government of India Scrapped Rs, 6,000 crore tender to procure 197 light utility helicopters from foreign vendors for the armed forces last year . Government has officially restarted the tender again, after been scrapped twice , will it be third time lucky for Armed forces ?

Defence Acquisition Council chaired by Previous Defence Minister Arun Jaitley had put the acquisition under the “Buy and Make Indian” category, allowing the Indian industry to make the helicopters under a joint venture with a foreign manufacturer. Continue reading

SOURCE: SUDESH CHARI / FOR MY TAKE / IDRW.ORG

Eight years in the Making, Unwanted by forces yet Indian government has asked the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) to engage with the French firm MBDA missile systems for development of short-range surface-to-air missile system (SRSAM).

Indin Army and Indian Air force have already rejected it and Only Indian Navy which has agreed to buy Nine SRSAM Systems consisting of 40 missiles each. While Navy Initially in 2013 had rejected the very same French offer. Continue reading

SOURCE: IDRW NEWS NETWORK (INN)

India’s Gas Turbine Research Establishment (GTRE) and Russian JSC Rosoboronexport/JSC Klimov have entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for joint development of Multi-Axis Thrust Vectoring Nozzle for future generation aero-engine applications.

MoU was signed during Aero India-2015 held in Bengaluru during 19-22 February 2015. Dr K Tamilmani, DS, DG (Aero), DRDO and Dr CP Ramanarayanan, OS, Director, GTRE and the Russian team were part of the memorandum of understanding (MoU). Continue reading

SOURCE: IDRW NEWS NETWORK (INN)

Laser Science and Technology Centre (LASTEC), Delhi, has designed and developed an Optical Target Locater (OTL), a laser-based portable surveillance device, for detection of passive or active optical threats. The system functions in the cat’s eye effect. Any optical system, when illuminated by a laser beam, returns some back-scattered energy. This retro-reflected energy helps in locating optical targets against a static background. The system is an important tool for detection of any active or passive surveillance Continue reading

SOURCE: SUDESH CHARI / FOR MY TAKE / IDRW.ORG

Nuclear-powered submarine on Lease from Russia “INS Chakra ” might be Sole operational Nuclear submarine in Indian Navies fleet in 2015, but Indian government and Indian navy have drafted impressive fleet expansion plan with key focus area been induction of more Nuclear-propelled submarines in next 15 years.

In 1999 Cabinet Committee on Security, (CCS) had approved 30-year submarine-building plan, which envisaged induction of 12 new submarines by 2012, followed by another dozen by 2030. Delays in construction of submarines in Project-75 and delays in getting approvals in setting up Project-75I means original deadline will be missed by a mile and development of Nuclear technology in house means focus too has shifted from acquiring conventional diesel submarines to nuclear powered ones . Continue reading

SOURCE: SUDESH CHARI / FOR MY TAKE / IDRW.ORG

Japan’s Super Secretive Soryu Submarine dubbed ” Crown Jewel ” of Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force is generating so much Interest in India, even when Japanese themselves have shown little interest in selling them to India. Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar who will be leaving for Tokyo on his first official visit as Defense minister will be discussing with Japanese defense officials about the possible sale of Super Secretive Soryu Submarine.

Indian Navy under Project-75-I has a requirement for 6 Submarines, as per Contract all 6 submarines have to be build in Indian shipyard. countries like France, Russia, Germany and Sweden have expressed their desire to supply and built their Diesel submarines in India for Indian navies requirements under Project-75-I, but Japan has not expressed any interest in possible supply of Soryu Submarines to India and it will be very difficult for India to convince Japan to share Submarine technology . Continue reading

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