SP's Land Forces - Issue 2 - 2016<< Previous Issue Next Issue >>
‘After Kargil war, during which I made that famous statement: “We shall fight with whatever we have”, India’s defence budget was raised to 2.41 per cent of its GDP. Since then, there has been a steady downslide, to 1.47 per cent this year, not counting the thousands of crores surrendered by the MoD near annually.’
The term night vision device (NVD) usually refers to a complete unit, including an image intensifier tube, a protective and generally water-resistant housing, and some type of mounting system
Research and development is being undertaken globally to enhance the reach, improve the resolution and reduce the weight of sights in order to provide a better edge to own side
Trijicon® takes the science of the red dot sight to the next level with the Trijicon Miniature Rifle Optic or MRO™, a red-dot sight tough enough for combat...
Defexpo had attracted 1,055 companies compared to 624 in the previous edition and the net exhibition area was up from 27,515 square metres to 40,725 square metres, an increase of 48 per cent
Ashok Leyland continues to make challenging and demanding products rendering greater capabilities to India’s armed forces
We see ourselves working in specialist vehicles, tactical and logistic wheeled vehicles and tracked vehicle platforms
DSM Dyneema remains highly committed to bringing new technological dimensions to support India’s evolving needs for life protection, states Marico Manique, Global Business Director, Life Protection, DSM Dyneema, in an exclusive interview.
Exercise Shatrujeet conducted by the Indian Army for the elite Strike l (1 Corps) in the deserts of Rajasthan