With Ships and Missiles, China Is Ready to Challenge U.S Navy in Pacific

In April, on the 69th anniversary of the founding of China’s Navy, the country’s first domestically built aircraft carrier stirred from its berth in the port city of Dalian on the Bohai Sea, tethered to tugboats for a test of its seaworthiness. “China’s first homegrown…

Iran becomes India’s No 2 oil supplier, ahead of Saudi Arabia

iran was the second-biggest oil supplier to Indian state refiners between April and June, India’s oil minister said on Monday, replacing Saudi Arabia as companies took advantage of steeper discounts offered by Tehran. India, Iran’s top oil client after China, shipped in 5.67 million tonnes…

IS AGNI VI & SURYA ICBM COMING SOON, OR IT’S JUST A MYTH

Until April 2012, the existence of an ICBM program was unclear and was never officially acknowledged by the DRDO. However, in the DRDO newsletter of May 2011, while describing the achievements of a recently promoted scientist, it revealed that he headed a program code named…

N-Power Could Fuel Mr Modi’s Dream

On the eve of 28 April 2018, Prime Minister Modi declared the electrification of 600,000 villages across India, hours after the last village in Manipur was officially added to the national grid. This was a monumental goal for Modi, who pledged in August 2015 to…

Rafale delivery will commence in September 2019

In April, the Indian Air Force carried out the largest war games in the last three decades by bringing together more than 1,100 aircraft. The exercise, named Gagan Shakti, was used to test the IAF’s combat readiness for a short and intense war. It boosted…

Quantum Radars Could Unstealth The F-22, F-35 And J-20 Or Not – YouTube

This video shows you that Quantum Radars Could Unstealth The F-22, F-35 And J-20 Or Not. In April 2018 it was reported that the Canadian Department of National Defense was investing $2.7 million in research at the University of Waterloo to investigate quantum radar technology….

The One Reason India Might Not Become a Navy Superpower

Disaster struck the first of a new class of Indian frigates in late April 2018 when a towering, 250-ton crane came toppling down onto the vessel during heavy winds as she sat in dry dock. The vessel — which is under construction — was not…

Patient Eyes

Navy Lt. Cmdr. Scott Williams, an optometrist, examines a child’s eye in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka, April 27, 2018, during a Pacific Partnership 2018 health event. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Jasper Seisa VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Patient Eyes http://www.defense.gov/graphics/DODc-small.gif