An Update On The Indian Navy Submarine Modernization

On March 29 a chapter of Indian Navy’s flying prowess as part of its aviation arm, took a farewell bow as eight Tu-142MR (Tuploev) planes of the Indian Naval Air Squadron (INAS) 312 were decommissioned after proudly serving the Indian Navy for 29 long years….

UKs RAF takes delivery of four new F35B lightning stealth fighter jets

Britain’s Royal Air Force took delivery of four F35B lightning stealth fighter jets on Wednesday. The picture shows one of them taking off from the Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort in US towards their new base RAF Marnham in Norfolk, UK. Made for US and…

Cyclists Conquer Challenging Course at DoD Warrior Games

Athletes took on heat, headwinds, the altitude and sharp turns during cycling competition at the 2018 Department of Defense Warrior Games outside the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Cyclists Conquer Challenging Course at DoD Warrior Games

B-1B Lancer Bombers Support Exercise Baltic Operations

Two B-1B Lancer bombers from Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, took part in missions supporting Exercise Baltic Operations from Royal Air Force Fairford, England, providing U.S. and coalition military forces the opportunity to train for the laying and recovering of naval mines. VISIT THE SOURCE…

Highlights: Democracies attack as Syria takes over UN disarmament conference

As the Assad regime took over the presidency of the UN’s top disarmament forum today, democracies clashed with the Syrian chair. Highlights below. REGIMES CONGRATULATE SYRIA China: “We would like to congratulate you on assuming the presidency of the conference. You can count on the full…

Mattis Handshake

Defense Secretary James N. Mattis congratulates Air Force Gen. Terrence J. O’Shaughnessy after he took command of North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command during a ceremony at Peterson Air Force Base, Colo., May 24, 2018. Photo courtesy U.S. Northern Command VISIT THE…

DoD’s New Chief Information Officer Takes Oath

Dana Deasy took his oath of office as the Defense Department’s new chief information officer during a ceremony at the Pentagon, where he highlighted the privilege of service. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE DoD’s New Chief Information Officer Takes Oath

Crash simulation emphasizes emergency preparedness

… plane crash took place for emergency preparedness training and evaluation purposes. The … of a real emergency the pilot would report the emergency and the … malfunction. Daaboul said safety and emergency preparedness is always the most important … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Author: