MiG 29K crashes stymie India’s Naval aspirations

Without an airborne combat platform that is at par with most modern Navies, Indian hopes of being counted as a true blue-water force, remain stymied. The term blue-water defines the ability to carry out operations at sea. Indian Navy has everything — its own satellite, an aircraft carrier, newly added latest submarines besides warships carrying missiles like the BrahMos.

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US made Predator drones leased by India

New Delhi to counter an increasingly assertive China at sea and also along the contested 3,488 kms of land borders between the two countries.

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USJBC welcomes Dr. Vivek Lall onto Board of Directors

Dr Lall was unanimously voted onto the board of the USJBC. In the past he has played a decisive role in some of the major defence deals between India and the US.

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Boaz Levy is new CEO IAI

IDD Bureau Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd. (IAI) has appointed Boaz Levy as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). A decision was made by the Board of Directors, chaired by Harel Locker following a search committee’s recommendation to nominate Levy who succeeds Maj. General (retd.) Nimrod Sheffer, who stepped down as CEO on October 31, 2020.

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‘Nag’ ATGM and next-Gen foreign missiles will co-exist

Will India stick to making just 3rd generation ATGM’s at state owned manufacturing plants

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