Monday, January 17, 2022

Military & Defence

Largest Iranian Navy ship sinks after mysterious fire

One of Iran’s largest navy ships has sunk after catching fire near the Strait of Hormuz under unclear circumstances. The Kharg, named after an island nearby that serves as a key oil terminal, caught fire in the early hours of Wednesday local time and more than 20 hours of rescue operations failed to save it, the army said.

U.S. Marine Corps replaces its legacy radar systems with AN/TPS-80 Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar...

“The AN/TPS-80 G/ATOR will fill the void that the 59 will leave and enable Marine Air Control Squadron’s across the Marine Corps to accomplish their mission of command and control,” Gunnery Sgt. Jeffery Tracy, a radar chief with Marine Air Control Squadron (MACS) 1 informed.

Germany wants to beef up its defense firms with pandemic relief funds

This one is going to be halal. because this is European country. Last month, a news surfaced about PM IK paying something out of Stimulus package & all hell broke loose.

Indian Navy’s MiG-29K trainer aircraft crashed at Arabian Sea, One body of pilot recovered

A MiG-29K trainer aircraft operating at sea met with an accident at about 1700 hrs on 26 Nov 20. One pilot recovered and search by air and surface units in progress for the second pilot. An inquiry has been ordered to investigate the incident: Indian Navy

Indian Army Chief scheduled to visit Saudi Arabia, UAE

Indian Army Chief Gen MM Narvane has scheduled a visit to Saudi Arabia next week. In addition to meeting military brass, the Chief Gen will be addressing Saudi Arabia‘s National Defense University. The visit also includes a tour of the UAE.

Ukrainian Air Force exercise almost ended in disaster

One of the fighter jets miscalculated the landing point and almost landed on the head of people and police cars. The Su-27 fighter also knocked down a road sign during landing, which could have led to a fatal crash.