Preparing and Equipping for War
The Indian Army’s current challenge is to find the appropriate balance between the old methods of conducting war and the new ways. There is no option but to restructure our organisations, our force levels, introduce new technologies and doctrines, and more importantly change our mindset in order to address the changing nature of threats and challenges which confront India in the future.
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The Indian Army and Indian Air Force (IAF) have completed one of their most complex integrated theatre battle concept exercises in the deserts of Rajasthan, Exercise Shoorveer.
Will demilitarisation of Siachen increase the chances/avenues of conflict between China-Pakistan and India? An arbitrary political decision to demilitarise Siachen will be suicidal.
India’s Strategic Deterrence Reaches New Heights
Indian authorities believe that the solid-fuelled Agni-V is more than adequate to meet current threat perceptions and security concerns as it will bring the whole of Asia, including the northernmost parts of China, a large part of Europe and other regions...
A day-long conference on the Defence Procurement Procedure organised by SP Guide Publications in collaboration with ORF in New Delhi on May 2 emphasised on the need to streamline our defence procurement system to get the best equipment for our soldiers and reap maximum benefit in the future
Indigenisation, the Mantra at Defexpo 2012
That India will continue to be one of the biggest defence markets for some time to come is obvious to the world. Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) heading to India in droves is a natural corollary and Defexpo 2012 made an emphatic statement to that effect.
Athena is a network-centric, multi-domain command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) system for high performance situation awareness, fusion, and analysis and knowledge management.
Saab’s solutions for Indian armed forces
In an interaction during Defexpo 2012, Inderjit Sial, Managing Director, Saab India Technologies Pvt Ltd, stated that with Saab’s exports rising steadily, the company was exploring options worldwide.
RBS 70 NG of Saab
The all-new RBS 70 next generation (NG) very short-range air defence (VHSORAD) system which featured at Defexpo is a versatile air defence system on offer to the Indian Army.
In an interaction with AT K Defense, it transpired that they are an industry leader in small calibre ammunition, precision and strike weapons, missile warning solutions, and tactical rocket motors across air-, sea-, and land-based systems.
Small but Powerful
Northrop Grumman marks 20 years of miniaturised microwave power module production with its 2,000th delivery