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Tank modernization
JAN-FEB 2015: The modernization of India’s tank fleet must begin with the upgradation of the long-delayed Arjun tank before the cumulative
PGMs and battlefield
JAN-FEB 2015: With the recent successful test of 1000 kg glide bomb guided to its target with “great precision” a multi-disciplinary group of Defence Research and
Joint operations
JAN-FEB 2015: Space for deployment of armor and mechanized forces is available at several points along the Himalayan range. In the north-east the defence of the Siliguri corridor which
Unmanned vehicles
DEC. 2014: Air superiority is an essential military mission, and will continue to be so for the foreseeable future. Control of the air is not
India's UCAVs
DEC. 2014: For India it took decades of trial and error and competence building on manned target training aircraft to transit to pilotless target trainers to unmanned aerial
Naval aviation
DEC. 2014 : Todays naval aircraft have come a long way from the Wright Brothers flying machine. These modern and complex aircraft require a maintenance
Cold Start Doctrine
DEC. 2014: India is better prepared to deal with any Pakistan tank attack anywhere along its western front than it has ever been. The two major tank battles that
Chinese submarines in IO
DEC. 2014: There is no way that the Government of India can expedite the acquisition of submarines and anti-submarine assets
Role of submarines
DEC. 2014: With significant changes in mission requirements spawned by advances in technology and the threat, the role of submarine remains an
Anti ship missile
NOV. 2014: The regional arms race has brought potent warfare capabilities to many countries that are now eager to either indigenously