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More Developments On The Naval Front

[...] miles at 21 Knots, and a crew complement of 300. This vessel, which has been designed by the Indian Navy’s Naval Design Bureau, will also host an on-board L-band volume-search radar and an X-band [...]

Blindly Muddling Through With Eyes Wide Open

[...] .32 million procurement contract for two fleet replenishment tankers that were ordered for the Indian Navy back in October 2008. Therefore, in all probability, what Finmeccanica and AgustaWestland did [...]

New Force Accretions Are Welcome, But There's More On The Waiting List

[...] of some 400 Israel Aerospace Industries-supplied Barak-1 missiles that were acquired for the Indian Navy (IN) between the years 2000 and 2005 (on October 23, 1999 the 268.63 million/Rs.5.8 billion [...]

The Devil Always Lurks Within The Detail

[...] -2 area air-defence weapon systems to the DRDO, which in turn would supply them to the Indian Navy (IN) through BEL and BDL. However, by 2012 it had become evident that the DRDO’s ‘ [...]

Decoding The Indian Army’s Mounted Gun System (MGS) Procurement Saga

[...] its ban on procuring products and services from Sweden-based Celsius Group, the latter informed IA HQ in September 1999 that the only wheeled SPH available from its stable was the 155mm/39-calibre FH- [...]

New Force Accretions Are Welcome, But There's More On The Waiting List-2

[...] collateral damage, lowers risk, and protects its firing platforms/crew. It was in 2003 that IA HQ had formulated a General Staff Qualitative Requirement (GSQR) in 2003 for acquiring the Milan-2T, [...]

Compounded Irrationalities Due To Systematic Stupidity

As the saying goes, “Those who know much, talk little”. But its meaning seems to have been lost on India’s new Raksha Mantri (Defence Minister) [...]

Heading In The Right Direction.....At Last!

Matters have now progressed just as I had predicted (http://trishul-trident.blogspot.in/2014/08/blindly-muddling-through-with-eyes-wide.html). At last [...]

Coastal Security/Constabulary Operations Versus Provision Of Maritime Security

The ‘desi’ journalists never cease to indulge in yellow journalism and superstitious oversimplifications (when the problem in  reality is far mor [...]

Blindly Muddling Through With Eyes Wide Open

This, at best sums up the approach taken by those ‘desi’ journalists who, until recently, had vociferously alleged that the deal to acquire 12 AW- [...]

'Make In India' Takes Off In Grand Style With Russia

[...] of Malaysia, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, in his all-knowing wisdom, preferred to award the procurement contract to MBDA for the Jernas. Fast-forward to 2007, when, in order to establish a hierarchical, [...]

New Force Accretions Are Welcome, But There's More On The Waiting List-2

[...] RFP was issued to BDL in September 2008 as per the amended GSQR. The MoD concluded a procurement contract with BDL in December 2008 for the supply of 4,100 Milan-2T ATGMs at a cost of Rs.587.02 [...]

Compounded Irrationalities Due To Systematic Stupidity

[...] ASAP. The only available options—all non-negotiable—are as follows: 1) Ink the procurement contract for 189 Rafales latest by June 2015. 2) Increase the size of the Su-30MKI fleet to [...]

The Devil Always Lurks Within The Detail

[...] the Indian Air Force. Subsequently, on February 27, 2009 India signed a $1.4 billion procurement contract with Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) for the Barak-2’s IAF-specific LR-SAM variant, [...]

Tejas Mk1 MRCA’s Projected Operational Configurations

[...] Though the Tejas Mk1 MRCA will fully certified as an operational platform only by 2016, as it exists today, the MRCA’ [...]

DEFEXPO 2014 Highlights-2........Enjoy Them!

[...] by the IAF HQ and ADA, gives the actual estimated service-induction timelines for the Tejas Mk1 and Tejas Mk2 MRCAs and was published by FORCE's DEFEXPO 2014 Special 08-02-2014 on page [...]

Clearing The Mist On the IAF's Airborne EW Suites For Combat Aircraft & Heli...

[...] The integrated EW suite (shown below) for the Tejas Mk1 MRCA as envisaged by the DRDO’s Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) and designed by the DRDO’s [...]

The Great Aero India 2015 Tamaasha

[...] shied for a full decade now away from obtaining EASA airworthiness certification for the Dhruv ALH? Why has the Indian Army’s Aviation Corps not yet raised its first squadron of the ‘Rudra’ [...]

Coastal Security/Constabulary Operations Versus Provision Of Maritime Security

[...] of Do-228s, four squadrons of SA.316B Alouette-III/Chetak helicopters and one squadron of Dhruv ALH helicopter. As high as 82% of the Chetaks and 54% of the Do-228s are more than 17 years old. [...]

Where The ROK Was Right & Where India Went Wrong

[...] decided to float global RFPs for procuring 29 WLRs worth $285.3 million through the competitive bidding process. The Nag ATGM, developed at a cost of Rs 17 billion since 1983, is nowhere near service- [...]

Blindly Muddling Through With Eyes Wide Open

[...] was eventually done by both was to merely ensure the façade of conducting a global, competitive bidding process. No wonder the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has to date registered hardly any [...]

The Devil Always Lurks Within The Detail

[...] configuration is the CH-47F—meaning while the howitzer could be selected after a competitive bidding process, the helicopter would have to be procured under a sole-source contract. This in turn [...]

Decoding The Indian Army’s Mounted Gun System (MGS) Procurement Saga

[...] eventual aim of procuring 180 new-build G-6s under a sole-source contract devoid of any competitive bidding process once OP Vijay had ended. This unsolicited proposal, which then moved rapidly and [...]

Sensor Fitments Of IAC-1/INS Vikrant & INS Vikramaditya Explained

[...] , it was planned to commission this vessel sometime later this month. The 44,570-tonne INS Vikramaditya will be arriving in India by early December 2013, while the IN’s existing solitary aircraft [...]

Regional Naval Updates

[...] costs are good reason for possessing an aircraft carrier fleet with smaller vessels like INS Vikramaditya and Project 71/IAC-1/INS Vikrant, the problem one will discover later is that such aircraft [...]

Clearing The Mist On the IAF's Airborne EW Suites For Combat Aircraft & Heli...

[...] The integrated EW suite (shown below) for the Tejas Mk1 MRCA as envisaged by the DRDO’s Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) and designed by the DRDO’s [...]

Tejas Mk1 MRCA’s Projected Operational Configurations

[...] Though the Tejas Mk1 MRCA will fully certified as an operational platform only by 2016, as it exists today, the MRCA’s [...]

Where The ROK Was Right & Where India Went Wrong

[...] that without all these, the IAF just cannot initiate the process of service induction of the Tejas Mk1 MRCA, i.e. operational conversion, be it initial or final, remains a distant pipedream. Following [...]

Heading In The Right Direction.....At Last!

[...] national honour and self-resilience has begun at long-last. My hearty congratulations to IAF HQ for doggedly persisting in trying to convince the Govt of India to objectively and [...]

DEFEXPO 2014 Highlights-2........Enjoy Them!

[...] The table below, based on data released by the IAF HQ and ADA, gives the actual estimated service-induction timelines for the Tejas Mk1 and Tejas Mk2 [...]

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More Developments On The Naval Front

[...] miles at 21 Knots, and a crew complement of 300. This vessel, which has been designed by the Indian Navy’s Naval Design Bureau, will also host an on-board L-band volume-search radar and an X-band [...]

Blindly Muddling Through With Eyes Wide Open

[...] .32 million procurement contract for two fleet replenishment tankers that were ordered for the Indian Navy back in October 2008. Therefore, in all probability, what Finmeccanica and AgustaWestland did [...]

New Force Accretions Are Welcome, But There's More On The Waiting List

[...] of some 400 Israel Aerospace Industries-supplied Barak-1 missiles that were acquired for the Indian Navy (IN) between the years 2000 and 2005 (on October 23, 1999 the 268.63 million/Rs.5.8 billion [...]

The Devil Always Lurks Within The Detail

[...] -2 area air-defence weapon systems to the DRDO, which in turn would supply them to the Indian Navy (IN) through BEL and BDL. However, by 2012 it had become evident that the DRDO’s ‘ [...]

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