The ceasefire that is killing our security forces We need President’s rule

There is a chilling video being shown on all the major TV channels. It shows a CRPF vehicle with security forces trapped in the midst of a violent mob in Srinagar. First, they pelt rocks at it. Then they surround it and try and open…

Defence corridor Industrialists in Trichy told to upgrade Machinery

Carrying forward the momentum in industries that are in euphoric state post the city being named in Tamil Nadu Defence Corridor, a slew of meetings and interactions hosted by trade bodies are underway here. In an interactive session between industrialists and experts in aerospace manufacturing…

Families Experience Warrior Games Adaptive Sports at Two-Day Expo

Members of the local community and families of athletes enjoyed the experience of being an adaptive sports athlete during the 2018 DoD Warrior Games’ first two-day exposition at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Families Experience Warrior Games…

MBDA’S NEW SEA VENOM ANTI SHIP MISSILE MAKES PROGRESS

MBDA has reported progress with the anti-ship missile being developed with Anglo-French funding. The Sea Venom, also known by its French acronym ANL, was fired for a second time from an AS365 Panther helicopter operating on a test range in southeast France. The missile will…

Face of Defense: Sailors Balance Service With Motherhood

Some people may believe being a mother and a sailor – with the possibility of duties away from home for months at a time – would be an impossible feat. However, two sailors not only make the impossible happen every day, but also find being…

Rustom-2 drone to be delivered to armed forces by 2020 DRDO chief

THE Rustom-II Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), which is being developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), will be delivered to the armed forces by 2020, said DRDO Chairman S Chistopher, in Pune on Friday. Christopher was speaking to the media on the sidelines…

Navy SEAL Receives Medal of Honor for Afghanistan Actions in 2002

Retired Navy Master Chief Petty Officer Britt K. Slabinski is being recognized with the Medal of Honor for his actions during the Battle of Roberts Ridge in Afghanistan in 2002. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Navy SEAL Receives Medal of Honor for Afghanistan Actions in 2002

After spending $9 2 bn on 36 Rafale, IAF upgrading 80 Jaguars to Multi Role Fighter Jets for $1 5 bn

The Indian Air Force (IAF), after being criticised for spending $9.2 billion on 36 Rafale fighter aircraft, is closing in on a far more prudent deal — the rejuvenation of 80 ageing Jaguar fighters into highly capable, multi-role, combat aircraft for a mere $1.5 billion…

Stressful: The Navy’s Indoor Ocean & Helicopter Crashing in Sea While Being Blindfolded Simulation

Stressful Test:The Navy’s Indoor Ocean & Helicopter Crashing in Sea While Being Blindfolded Simulation (Video/Thumbnail Picture just For Ilustration) This 12-million-gallon ‘indoor ocean’ can simulate the world’s worst wave conditions The MASK serves as the ultimate controlled environment. It helps the Navy to effectively train…

District of Taylor testing evacuation sirens today to kick off Emergency Preparedness BBQ

… about being prepared for an emergency, with the event due to … it will be testing its Emergency Evacuation Siren system Wednesday at … house on the topic of emergency preparedness that is being put on … in the event of an emergency, and…