SP's Land Forces - Issue 6 - 2015<< Previous Issue Next Issue >>
On January 6, 2016, Lt General V.K. Kapoor (Retd), Editor of SP’s Land Forces, interviewed Chief of the Army Staff General Dalbir Singh in his office in South Block. In a free and frank atmosphere, this highly decorated and widely experienced Chief of the Indian Army spoke about the roles and modernisation status of the Indian Army.
The acquisition process has been prioritised and has been divided into three categories: First is Critical, second is Important and third is Essential.
We fail to recognise and acknowledge that there are no non-state actors in Pakistan – each and every one of them is linked to the ISI.
Advancements in fields of simulation technology, neuro sciences and sports medicine provide for the desired tools to make training effective...
ODU, a worldwide leader in designing and manufacturing high performance connector solutions and cable assemblies, presents its high speed connector solutions as part of the ODU AMC portfolio to the global market.
The breakthrough in Indo-Pak relations during the ‘Heart of Asia’ conference in Islamabad recently is a welcome step close on the heels of the NSAs of the two countries meeting in Bangkok.
Russia will undoubtedly strengthen its positions in the artillery sector of the world arms market by starting promoting its new 155-mm 2S19M1-155 Msta-S self-propelled howitzer.
With the mortal remains of Lt General Jacob Farj Rafael Jacob having been laid to rest, a legendry General and a national hero, has transcended from history into eternal history.
In what could be one of the largest recent stock procurements of new generation ammunition, the Army has published fresh interest. As part of a drive to beef up its mechanised forces and infantry...
January 11, 2016: With DRDO’s Rustom-II MALE UAV still to take to the air, work is currently gathering pace to provide the platform with greater low-observability features.
The atmosphere of terror threats in the shadow of the Pathankot attack and continued threats along the LoC — including intermittent ceasefire violations — has heightened awareness of slow progress in infantry modernisation in the country.
A routine procurement is now an emergent situation for the Indian Army’s Northern Command, with zero movement over three years in the effort to procure up to 50 hand-launched tactical surveillance drones.