Saturday, May 28, 2022

Military & Defence

A Brief Article on Iran’s Anti-Ship ballistic Missile Capability

Iran is one of few nations on the planet actively fielding anti-ship ballistic missiles and these are constantly increasing in potency. These missiles, especially when combined with Iran's other offensive capabilities (such as UAVS) give it a highly effective area/access denial capability at the sea (and land).

GE To Provide LM2500 Gas Turbines To For Pakistan Navy’s MILGEM Corvettes

GE Marine announced it has signed a contract with STM (Savunma Teknolojileri Mühendislik Ve Ticaret A.Ş.), Ankara, Turkey, to provide LM2500 marine gas turbines to power the Pakistan Navy’s new MILGEM multipurpose corvettes. STM is the main propulsion system...

Information Warfare: The Future of Conflict in South Asia

India’s information war against Pakistan had picked up pace when it could no longer push the threshold of conventional conflict. Although there have been attempts to push Pakistan into an actual and prolonged conflict, factors such as nuclear deterrence dissolve the prospects of a physical conflict.

The United States Did Draw Up A Plan To Drop 80 Nuclear Weapons On...

There are also signs that Pyongyang is further refining its nuclear weapons delivery systems, with claims from officials in South Korea that the North may be preparing to test a fully functional submarine-launched ballistic missile in around a year.

Royal United Services Institute’s examines the JF-17 & Tejas

Royal United Services Institute’s Justin Bronk examines the current state of fighter aircraft programmes around the world.

Greece to Buy 18 Rafale Fighters, Four New Frigates to Boost Defense

The country will also be boosted through the acquisition of Romeo SH-60 Seahawk helicopters, torpedoes, anti-tank and guided missiles and the modernization of the Hydra-class frigates.

India, Japan sign mutual military logistics pact

The agreement establishes a framework for closer cooperation between the armed forces of India and Japan in reciprocal provision of supplies and services.

No Weapons to Pakistan; Russia assures India during Rajnath’s visit to Moscow

Russia, India’s historical ally, has assured New Delhi that it won’t sell arms to Pakistan. This was discussed during a meeting between Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and his Russian counterpart Gen. Sergei Goishu in Moscow.

Can’t Lose An Inch Of Territory: China Statement After Rajnath Singh Meet

India is "entirely" responsible for the border stand-off in Ladakh and China will not lose "an inch of its territory", the Chinese government claimed Saturday morning, blaming India for escalating tension along the LAC (Line of Actual Control), which serves as the de factor border between the two countries.