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D 64- INS Kochi sister of Kolkatha Class Destoryer




BrahMos Missile fired from INS Kolkota D 63 hits target with accuracy during TROPEX-2015 in the Arabian Sea.









 

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This video was three days ago. India got their sub's, Scorpene class to be exact. They are really coming up in the defense area. They expect India to be fully armed and ready for defense of their seas by no later then 2022. This is both awesome and scary at the same time. It is a sad day when India needs to build their military. That is how you know that peace is no where in sight at the moment. But at least they got a pretty cool sub now.

 

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This video was three days ago. India got their sub's, Scorpene class to be exact. They are really coming up in the defense area. They expect India to be fully armed and ready for defense of their seas by no later then 2022. This is both awesome and scary at the same time. It is a sad day when India needs to build their military. That is how you know that peace is no where in sight at the moment. But at least they got a pretty cool sub now.

1st scorpene is expected to be delivered by second quarter of 2016 and then 1 each year thereafter till all 6 are delivered.
 

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Test flight of the first Boeing AH-64E Guardian and Chinook-47F for Indian Airforce

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BEL-team has unveiled an arry of new air-launched precision-guided weapons and lightweight cruise missiles. The team disclosed the development of a family of three prototype airborne weapon systems, designated Waghnak, Khagantak and Vel, all of which are envisioned as low-cost, state-of-the-art, penetration weapons for domestic and export customers. The weapons can be fitted with different payloads of seekers as per customer requirement.

 

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India has inducted the first four of 15 CH-47 Chinook heli, ordered in late 2015. The delivery of the remaining 11 Chinooks is expected to be completed by March 2020. Acquired in 2015 for USD1.1 billion via a direct commercial sale agreement, the Chinooks are supplementing the IAF’s depleted fleet of three Soviet-era Mil Mi-26 ‘Halo’ heavy-lift helicopters, all of which are expected to be overhauled in Russia to extend their total technical life.
 

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India's Ministry of Defence concluded price negotiations to acquire 62 C295 for the Inidan Air Force and the Indian Coast Guard. The programme envisages the direct import of 16 C295 and the local assembly/licence-building of the remaining 46 aircraft. The version for the Air Force will fulfill the requirement for a tactical airlifter, while the version for the Coast Guad is expected to operate as a multimission marinetime aircraft.




 

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Indian Pilot Varthaman Downed Over Kashmir Could Return to Flying Soon

An Indian Air Force (IAF) MIG-21 passes near Sukhoi-30 fighter jets before a drill for Air Force Day celebrations in Kalikunda IAF airbase around 170 km west of Kolkata on September 29, 2011



According to the Hindustan Times, the pilot, who reportedly shot down a Pakistani warplane in a dogfight in February, could be recommended for a Vir Chakra, India's third-highest wartime gallantry award.
The outlet reported, citing two anonymous air force officials, that there is a "good chance" that Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman could be returning to the cockpit of a fighter soon.
According to the newspaper's sources, the final word on the matter will be said by the Bengaluru-based Institute of Aerospace Medicine (IAM), where the Indian officer is to be tested in the coming weeks.



According to New Delhi, the Indian MiG-21 pilot destroyed one Pakistani F-16 fighter jet, but had to eject after his own plane was also taken down. Varthaman was captured by the by Pakistani authorities, but released by Islamabad two days after the aerial clash as a gesture of goodwill. At the same time, Pakistan denies that Varthaman managed to shoot down one of its aircraft.

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