Drone Terrorism 

In the 1st drone strike at an Indian military base and two blasts at Jammu Airport on 27-06-2021

THIS IS A VERY SERIOUS DEVELOPMENT IN THE TRAJECTORY OF TERRORISM IN INDIA. IT IS A BEGINNING OF A NEW PHASE OF TERRORISM. The two bomb blasts occurred in the Jammu Air Force base in the early hours of Sunday (Today, 27 June, 2021). The explosives were dropped by drones. This is for the first time that drones were used in explosive attack. Though the explosives of low intensity and did not cause much damage in the air force base. BUT WELL IT MAY BE A PILOT PROJECT OR TEST…

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తూర్పు నావికా దళం – విశాఖపట్నం

విశాఖపట్నం అనేది సముద్ర తీర ప్రాంతం. పైగా బంగాళాఖాతానికి పూర్తిస్థాయి సరిహద్దు ప్రాంతం కూడా. కాబట్టి శత్రువులు లేదా ఆగంతకులు సముద్ర మార్గాన చొరబడకుండా ఉండాలంటే, రక్షణ ఏర్పాట్లు కూడా చాలా అవసరం. ఈ రక్షణ అవసరాలను తీర్చడానికే భారత ప్రభుత్వం ఆధ్వర్యంలో తూర్పు నావికా దళం అనేది ఏర్పడింది. ఇది భారతదేశపు అది పెద్ద నావికాదళం. భారత నావిక దళాలలో దీనికి ఒక ప్రత్యేక స్థానం ఉంది. వీరి ప్రధానమైన కర్తవ్యం సముద్ర మార్గాన పహారా కాస్తూ, ఆగంతకులు ఎవరూ ఆ మార్గాన మన దేశ సరిహద్దులలోకి రాకుండా చూడడం. అలాగే ఉగ్ర దాడులను ఎదుర్కోవడం. అందుకోసం నిరంతరం కొన్ని వందల మంది నావికాదళ సైనికులు ఈ ప్రాంతం చుట్టూ సముద్ర మార్గాన పహారా కాస్తూనే ఉంటారు. ఇందుకోసం ఆర్మీ, వైమానిక దళ సహాయం కూడా…

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ICBM vs యుద్ధ విమానాలు

భూవాతావరణ పొరలు, వాటి ఎత్తు: ICBM – ఇంటర్ కాంటినెంటల్ బాలిస్టిక్ క్షిపణి ముఖ్యంగా అణుబాంబుల ప్రయోగానికి వాడతారు. ఇవి గరిష్ఠంగా 2000 కిలోమీటర్ల ఎత్తులో ప్రయాణించగలిగినా సాధారణంగా 800 కిలోమీటర్ల ఎత్తులో ప్రయోగిస్తారు. ఉదాహరణకు మన అగ్ని సాంకేతిక వివరాలు: యుద్ధ విమానాలు సాధారణంగా 15 కిలోమీటర్ల ఎత్తులో ఎగురుతాయి. వాటి గరిష్ఠ ప్రయాణ ఎత్తు 20 కిలోమీటర్లుగా నిర్ణయించబడింది. ప్రయాణికుల విమానాలకు ఇది 14 కిలోమీటర్లు. ఉదాహరణకు రఫాల్ యుద్ధ విమానాల గరిష్ఠ ఎత్తు 15 కిలోమీటర్లు:

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ఎయిర్ క్రాఫ్ట్ క్యారియర్

సాధారణమైన ఓడలు తాను వెళ్ళే దిశ మార్చుకోవడానికి చాలా కష్టం అవుతుంది. దాని దిశ మార్చుకోవడానికి కనీసం 90 నిమిషాల నుంచి అది ఎంత పెద్దది అన్నదాన్ని బట్టి చాలా సమయం తీసుకుంటుంది. మెల్లిగా ఇంజన్లు మార్చుకున్న తిప్పుకోవాలి. బైక్ తిప్పినట్టు టక్కున తిప్పలేరు, ఒక సర్కిల్‌లా తిరగాలి. ఎయిర్‌క్రాఫ్ట్ క్యారియర్ షిప్‌లో యుద్ధ విమానాలు ఉంటాయి. ఆ యుద్ధ విమానాలను లాంచ్ చేసి, ఆకాశంలో ఎలాగైనా తిప్పి శత్రువుల ఓడల మీద దాడులు చేయగలవు. ముందు చెప్పుకున్నట్టు ఓడలు అన్నవి ఆ యుద్ధ విమానాల దాడి నుంచి తప్పించుకోవడానికి తప్పుకోవడమో, దారి తిప్పుకోవడమో చాలా కష్టం. కాబట్టి, ఎయిర్‌క్రాఫ్ట్ క్యారియర్లు అన్నవి ఒక సముద్రం మొత్తాన్ని సంరక్షించగలవు. ఐతే, మరో సమస్య ఏమిటంటే ఎయిర్‌క్రాఫ్ట్ క్యారియర్‌ అయిన ఓడ కూడా ఒక ఓడే కదా. దానికి…

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Best military aircrafts India VS Pakistan as of 2020

Pakistan fighter aircraft(Multirole) F16 fighting falcon Block52 2. Attack helicopter Bell AH-1 3. Transport Helicopter Mil Mi-17 4. Tactical Air lifter/ transport C-130 Hercules 5. Aerial Tanker Ilyushin Il-78MP 6.AWACS Saab 2000 Erieye 7. UAV (Attack) NESCOM Burraq 8. UAV (Reconnaissance) selex galileo 9. Electronic Warfare dassault falcon 20 10. fighter aircraft(Attack) Dassault Mirage V India Fighter Aircraft(Air Force Multirole) Dassault Rafale 2.Fighter Aircraft(Navy Multirole) MiG29k 3.Attack helicopter (Army and airforce) Boeing AH-64E 4. transport helicopter CH-47 Chinook 5. Strategic airlifter C17 Globemaster 6.Ariel tanker Ilyushin Il78 MKI 7. Tactical…

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Can India defeat China in a full-fledged war as of 2020

This is Chinese Chengdu J-20, a Fifth Generation Aircraft. And China has 50 of them, while India did not have any. This is Chinese Nuclear powered Ballistic Missile Submarine which can carry SLBM ( Submarine Launch Ballistic Missile ). China has 3 of them, while India has none. Chinese influence in the Indian Ocean and Indian subcontinent is incredible. Even the dearest friends like Nepal and Maldives are being proselytized by the Economic prowess of China. This map shows the coverage area of Chinese Ballistic Missiles. China is called as : World’s largest military…

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Missiles of India

History:- In the 1970s The Defense Research & Development Laboratory (DRDL) started a project the Devil and the Valiant. The project Devil was aimed to produce short-range Surface to air missiles. The project Valiant was aimed to produce long-range Ballistic missiles. Both projects consider failures. Project Valiant terminated in 1974 and the project Devil ended in 1980. India fails but not lose hope. Then came IGMDP Integrated Guided Missile Development Program was launched in 1983 to develop five missile systems in the country. This program was created under Abdul Kalam Sir. This project was aimed to…

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Balakot Airstrikes

At least 40 CRPF personnel were killed when a convoy in which they were travelling was attacked by a Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) suicide bomber, who rammed his explosives-laden vehicle into one of the convoy’s buses near Awantipora on the Srinagar-Jammu highway. The mortal remains of CRPF jawans were laid to rest in their hometowns. Succumbing to intense international pressure to check on various militant groups operating from its soil, the Pakistan government took over the administrative control of the headquarters of JeM. By, Feb 23 2019, the Central Government took the first step in…

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Top rifles used by the Indian Armed Forces?

“Rifle is the first and last friend of a soldier” A weapon plays a crucial role in a soldier’s life. Weapons have changed their face from the era of ancient history to the current modernized and remotely operated weapons and a powerful weapon adds more muscles to a soldier. Indian Armed Forces are using many weapons, from big and long range to small and short range for a face to face fight. First of all, let’s clear the meaning of assault rifles. Assault rifles are the rifles, which hand held and easy to carry and are selective fire…

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Guardrails on Aircraft Carriers

They are six-inch high rails called scuppers that are located around most of the carrier’s deck edge. However since space on a flight deck is very limited, oftentimes part of an aircraft and/or its stores will necessarily hang over the deck edge when parked, as seen in the below photo. Any higher railing would interfere with this. Furthermore as Barry Hampe correctly explains, there is really no need for railings since aircraft are tied down by multiple chains to the flight deck, or under close control while moving. And if an aircraft…

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NDA ( National Defence Academy)

NDA, National Defence Academy, is the first aim of every young Armed Forces aspirant. Several Armed Forces aspirants steps toward NDA exam to join the academy and become a part of any of the three services of the Indian Armed Forces. The academy is different from other defence academies of the nation. The academy is known for providing some of the best officers in the Indian Armed Forces and still continuing the legacy by grooming and training the officers with new war techniques and enhanced leadership and fighting skills. Some…

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DRDO’s Anti-drone system

DRDO’s Anti-drone system First of a kind security deployment, Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO) developed anti-drone system which was deployed to guard the Red Fort during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Independence Day speech in the national capital. What it can do? This indigenously-developed system is capable of detecting and jamming micro drones up to 3 kilometers away and it uses laser to bring down a target upto 1 to 2.5 kilometers depending on wattage of laser weapon. The counter drone system has capabilities to both detect and destroy drones in air. DRDO system can detect and identify drone threats at a moment’s instance and…

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Jets used by the Indian Navy

As per information recorded in public domain as of today, Indian Naval Air arm has about 270 aircraft of which 45 are combat jets. These 45 fighter jets are operated by the following two squadrons based in INS Hansa, Goa. INAS 300, The White Tigers INAS 303, The Black Panthers The jet we are talking about is the naval variant of the ubiquitous Fulcrum, the MiG-29K (single seater) & MiG-29KUB (twin seat trainer). This was commissioned in the Navy in 2013 & is a true swing role aircraft which carries enough punch to undertake Air Dominance and Power Projection…

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C-17 Globemaster III cargo jet

India currently has 11 American C-17 Globemaster III cargo jets and 11 C-130J30 Hercules turboprops. They join India’s fleet of approximately 14 Russian IL-76 Candid cargo jets and 100+ Russian/Ukrainian AN-32 Cline turboprops. Finally, HAL license built 89 British HS-748 turboprops, and some 57 still serve in the IAF, rounding out India’s transport fleets. So India has quite a large fleet of over 193 medium to large jets and turboprops from the USSR/Russia, US, and UK. India’s transport fleets serve a variety of purposes in the tactical and strategic domains.…

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INS Vishal Aircraft carrier

INS Vishal, also known as Indigenous Aircraft Carrier 2, is a planned aircraft carrier to be built by Cochin Shipyard Limited for the Indian Navy. > It is intended to be the second aircraft carrier to be built in India after INS Vikrant. > INS Vishal was conceived as a 65,000 tonne aircraft carrier, embarking 55 aircraft and costing Rs 60,000 crore. After the MoD objected to the cost, the navy downsized the proposal to a 50,000-tonne carrier costing about Rs 50,000 crore. > At an estimated $5 billion, the fully equipped INS…

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Indian Navy – Facts

1. Indian Navy is the fourth most powerful navy in the world. Aircraft Carriers:1 (INS Vikramaditya) ; 1 more is in construction phase. 2. There are 79,083 active service personnel presently in the Navy. 3. Indian Naval Academy (INA) situated at Ezhimala Kerela is the largest of its kind in Asia 4. Chhatrapati Shivaji Raje Bhosale is considered as the Father of Indian Navy. 5. The Indian Navy’s first independent mission was against the Portuguese Navy during the liberation of Goa in 1961. 6. INS (Indian Naval Ship) Vikrant was…

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Indian Military Academy

1. The Indian Military College Committee, set up under the chairmanship of Field Marshal Sir Philip Chetwode, recommended in 1931 the establishment of an Indian Military Academy in Dehradun to produce forty commissioned officers twice a year following two and a half years of training. 2. Brigadier L.P. Collins was appointed the first Commandant and the first batch of 40 Gentleman Cadets (GC), as Indian Military Academy trainees are known, began their training on 1 October 1932. 3. Indian Military Academy was inaugurated on 10 December 1932, at the end of the…

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PINAKA rocket system

PINAKA is multiple barrel launch rocket system developed by Defence Research and Development Organisation for the use of Indian armed forces. System is named after Shiva’s bow, Pinaka. PINAKA firing Launcher is mounted on BEML(Bharat Earth Movers Ltd company) Tatra truck for mobility.A single launcher contains 12 barrels.Rockets used are HE (High Explosive) rockets which can travel at a speed of mach 4. All 12 missiles can be fired in a 44 second salvo. Missile system works in unison with Swathi weapon locating radar. UAVs and drones can be used…

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Hydrogen bomb

This is a hydrogen bomb. It has the capability of killing millions. It can be minituarized and armed on an ICBM. It’s the only thing on Earth with such a capacity for destruction. It’s definitely the most dangerous thing on Earth. And yet, it has saved millions of lives, preventing nations from fighting out of fear of M.A.D. Such a paradox. The most powerful weapon on Earth is also our greatest safeguard from war. This is currently the most dangerous Hydrogen bomb on Earth. Here’s a graphical representation of it’s…

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India’s Submarines

Present- India currently possesses 15 Submarines. 1 Arihant Class Nuclear Submarine. 1 Akula Class Nuclear Submarine. 9 Sindhughosh Class Submarines. 4 Shishumar Class Submarines. Under construction/in trials- India currently has 8 more Submarines under construction or in trials. 6 Kalvari Class Submarines. The first one enters service next month, while the 6th and the final one by 2020–21. 2 more Arihant Class Nuclear Submarines- First one, the INS Arihant is already active. The second one, INS Aridhaman is in trials and is expected to be ready by 2018 , while…

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Weapon KALI (Kilo Ampere Linear Injector) India’s Secret weapon

KALI 5000 is India’s self defence weapon which is under development. It can stop missiles, air crafts, enemy satellites anything with an electric circuit inside it. It is designed to work in such a way that if a missile is launched in India’s direction,then it will quickly emit powerful pulses of Relativistic Electrons Beams (REB) which will fry and destroys enemy’s electric circuit and the computer chip. Project & Design of weapon kali The idea for KALI, or this technology was first raised in the year 1985 by Dr. Chidambaram,…

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Bharat Drone

“Bharat Drone” is a light surveillance quadcopter made by Chandigarh based Terminal Ballistics Research Laboratory (TBRL) which is a lab owned by DRDO. Images are for representation purposes only. Now this is not a usual quadcopter. What makes this advanced & special is that it has got the right blend of technologies that makes it so capable of day/night operations even in extreme cold climate. The drones are highly agile & that comes from a lightweight composite & plastic unibody airframe. Not only this makes the drone maneuverable but also increases the endurance.…

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Top 10 Indian fighter jets

Su-30 MKI– Highly Modern (4+ gen) Russian Aircraft. Developed version of Su-27 (first russian jet to perform the cobra manoeuvre) which means high agility. It carries One X 30mm GSH gun alongwith 8000 kg external armament. It is capable of carrying a variety of medium-range guided air to air missiles with active or semi-active radar or Infra red homing close range missiles. It has a max speed of 2500 km/hr (Mach 2.35). Capable of launching BrahMos missiles, which gives it a big edge over others in the list. Dassault Rafale–…

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Indian missiles

• Agni 5 is the most accurate Inter Continental Ballistic Missile in the world with less than 10m CEP. It has a yield of 300 kT. •BrahMos is the fastest cruise missile in the world. • Akash air defence missile is one of the cheapest and most effective missiles in its category. • BrahMos missile has sea skimming capability and can fly as low as 3 metres from water surface.This makes it invisible to some of the air defence systems. • During 1971 war, a Styx missile was used by…

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Indian Army against China in 2020

P1. Defense Budget A. India: US$ 70 billion in Feb. 2020 B. China: US$177.61 billion in June 2019 2. Total manpowerIndia : 61.6 millionChina : 75 million 3. Total Active ArmyIndia: 13.25 lacsChina: 23.35 lacs 4.Aircraft (all types)India: 2663China: 3749 5.HelicopterIndia: 646China: 802 6.Attack HelicopterIndia: 19China: 200 7.Airports (serviceable)India: 346China: 507 8.Total TanksIndia: 6464China: 9150 9.Towed ArtilleryIndia: 7414China: 6246 10.SubmarinesIndia: 14China: 68 11.Ballistic MissilesIndia: 5000China: 13000 12. Destroyer ShipsIndia: 10China: 32 13. FrigatesIndia: 14China: 48 14.Mine Warfare craft India: 6China: 4

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Mirage 2000

India’s mirage 2000 is one of the fastest supersonic fighter jets in the world. It is a deep strike fighter aircraft used to break the enemies defense and carry out missions like dropping bombs of precision guided or missiles. It can act so spontaneous in order to avoid retaliation in very fast . Besides it has the ability to fly at lower altitude in order to avoid radar signature or radar cross section. The Mirage 2000 has a maximum speed of Mach 2.2 (2336 kmph) and can travel 1550 km…

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India’s Weapons

•BrahMos missile Best cruise missile in the world. • Akash missile Indegenously developed air defence missiles. • Agni 5 The most aaccurate ICBM in the world with less than 10m CEP. • K 15 and K 4 Provides second strike capability to India. • Prithvi air defence Ballistic missile defence system. • Pinaka mblrs Rocket system which proved its metal in Kargil war. • Sukhoi su30 mki Backbone of Indian airforce . • Dassault Rafael The latest addition . • Mig 29k Fangs of INS Vikramaditya . • NETRA AWACS Airbourne warning and control system developed by DRDO. • Chinook…

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INS Vikramaditya

• INS Vikramaditya is the largest ship ever operated by Indian Navy. • Ship was originally commissioned in Soviet Navy as Baku and in Russian Navy as Admiral Gorshkov. • After being sold to India,it was heavily modified with its forward missile batteries replaced by a ski jump. • INS Vikramaditya is the first Indian ship to have a SBI ATM onboard. • INS Vikramaditya carries 1610 sailors. • To feed them,about a 100000 eggs, 20000 litres of milk and 16 tonnes of rice is needed each month. • INS…

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Agni-V missiles and S-400

Well, First we have to understand the difference between ballistic missile and guided missile . Ballistic missiles are missile which follows a particular trajectory and it is launched to the higher layer of earth atmosphere in the initial stage and the later part is not much powered by fuel as it hit the target with the help of gravity . Ballistic missiles are very difficult to intercept as it travels at high speed approximately 30 times more than the speed of the sound. And ballistic missiles travel mostly in predefined…

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