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Future Attack Helicopter Weapon Combat Simulation
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Indian Airforce – Future

India is the 4th biggest Defence Power (Global Firepower Index or GFP Power Index rating of 0.2698 and 4th out of 126) in the World. Currently India has the 3rd Largest Army, 4th Largest Air force and 5th Largest Navy in the world. With $2.384 trillion economy, India is the 7th Largest Economy in the world as of 2016. Current push for economic reform and the growth of demand in various Defence platforms due to increase in Terrorism and Regional conflicts and competitions. Future of Indian Defence looks very promising and an fast moving economy to compliment her regional and global aspirations.

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Today’s topic – Indian Air Force – Future

The Indian Air Force currently has just 32 squadrons of fighters – the lowest in a decade.

Currently Indian Air Force is going through a huge transformation. Indian Air Force is planning to purchase various Fighters, Transports, Trainers, Helicopters, Unmanned aerial vehicles, Surface-to-air missile systems, Cruise missiles, Airborne early warning systems.

Elements of Indian Air Force’s Modernization Effort

Sukhoi Su-30MKI

HAL Tejas

Dassault Rafales


2. Transports

UAC/HAL Il-214




3. Trainers


4. Helicopters

Light Combat Helicopter

Light Utility Helicopter

Apache AH-64E

CH47 Chinook

5. UAV


AURA (Autonomous Unmanned Research Aircraft)

6. Surface-to-air missile systems

Barak 8

S01E09 – Indian Air Force – Future

Weapons Indian Defence Ministry Willing To Export In Future

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US Drone Strike Technology and Future Warfare

The U.S. Military is assembling all the technology for robotic jet fighters to be able to shoot down enemy planes. This is a big, big deal. Able to fly farther and stay in battle longer than manned planes, drones could help solve the most pressing problems facing American air power in the vast Pacific… distance and sortie rate. The Pentagon’s fringe-science Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency reportedly met on Feb. 28 to explain to defense industry officials what the agency wants from the new Distributed Battle Management program.

DBM is software meant to automate decision-making in aerial battles “involving manned combat aircraft as well as fighting drones,” according to Military and Aerospace Electronics magazine. “The program will address how to manage the increasing complexity of manned and unmanned aircraft,” the magazine continued.

In other words, old-school jets and new-style drones are getting so sophisticated, and future air battles are expected to be so intense, that computers need to make more of the decisions about who shoots at what.

Not coincidentally, drones rely heavily on computerized autopilots, even if they do have human controllers guiding them via satellite from some remote ground station.

The DBM software could help meet the needs of the Navy’s planned new drone warplane. Last summer the sailing branch began landing and launching a pair of Northrop Grumman X-47B test drones aboard aircraft carriers off the East Coast.

The X-47B is supposed to lead to a combat-capable drone known as the Unmanned Carrier-Launched Aerial Surveillance and Strike system, or UCLASS. The Navy wants stealthy, armed, jet-powered UCLASS drones on its Aircraft Carriers by 2020.

Originally conceived of as a modest robotic recon plane able to carry some small weapons like the Air Force’s propeller-driven Predator and Reaper drones, UCLASS could evolve into a powerful and heavily-armed fighter as big as a 40-ton F-14 Tomcat, the Navy’s classic Cold War jet.

Rep. Randy Forbes, the Virginia Republican who chairs the House of Representatives’ Seapower and Projection Forces subcommittee, has been pressing the Navy to pack as much fighting ability as possible into the UCLASS drone, giving it “enduring utility in tomorrow’s threat environment.

The Navy brass is open to the prospect of a tougher drone, one able to fight other planes in addition to spying and firing missiles at people on the ground.

Rear Adm. Mike Manazir, the Navy’s director of air warfare, told U.S. Naval Institute reporter Dave Majumdar that UCLASS could follow manned fighters like the F/A-18 and F-35 into combat. The manned planes would spot targets and the UCLASS would fire air-to-air missiles, functioning as a sort of “flying missile magazine.”

DARPA’s new software might go a step farther and, by partially automating engagements, give the drone greater ability to fight on its own, no wingman required. The BDM code “will enable execution of complex kill chains in real time,” the agency stated.

It’s clear the Pentagon needs a dogfighting drone, especially as it shifts forces to the Pacific to counter a rising China. The U.S. military’s main air bases in Japan and Guam are many hundreds of miles from potential war zones such as the Taiwan Strait, whereas China’s air bases are just a few miles away.

American aircraft carriers theoretically can sail close to the battle zone, but in practice the threat of Chinese ballistic missiles could keep the carriers a thousand miles from the main fighting.

Forced to fly hundreds of miles in order to reach battle, U.S. jets could run out of fuel a few minutes after arriving. And the great distances also limit the pace at which commanders can send more planes into the fight, since too many aircraft will be tied up in transit. “Without secure close bases, sortie rates rapidly decline,” the California think tank RAND warned in a 2008 study.

Dogfighting drones could change all that. Loaded with missiles, a robotic warplane could linger for 12 hours or more over the battlefield, extending American firepower against waves of enemy planes.

BRICS Military Aircraft Concept ((PAK-TA))

It is PAK-TA On which russia is currently working but it was also seen on BRICS Annual Summit . This is future Transport Aircraft which will have Super Sonic Speed of upto 2000Km per Hour and will boast an impressively high payload of up to 200 tons.
Its Range would be atleast 7000 Km
One of the main tasks of the new PAK TA is to transport Armata heavy missile tanks and other military hardware on the same platform, such as enhanced self-propelled artillery weapons systems, anti-aircraft missile complexes, tactical missile carriers, multiple launch missile systems, and anti-tank missile fighting vehicles.

Textron AirLand Scorpion: Low cost fighter jet for future battles?

Textron AirLand Scorpion: Low cost fighter jet for future battles?

Are low cost fighters a solution for future battles?

With a price tag of $20 million, the Textron AirLand Scorpion is an inexpensive option in tactical aircraft.

While $20 million is no paltry sum – it’s still approximately 80 percent less than the pricetag for current fighter aircraft like the F-35.

As fighter jets become more and more expensive, the Scorpion is providing fighter capabilities at a lower price tag, something which could be key in an era of fiscal austerity and military funding cutbacks.

The fighter jet made an appearance at the nation’s capital last week at the Air Force Association Air & Space Conference. Textron used Washington D.C.’s National Airport to showcase the Scorpion, featuring a range of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance sensors, known as ISR.

The jet made its international debut in July at the Farnborough International Airshow in the U.K. where Textron focused on the sort of weaponry it could carry. In August, Scorpion also took part in Vigilant Guard 2014, a large-scale disaster exercise conducted by the U.S. military’s Northern Command and Kansas National Guard. Scenarios included a simulated train derailment, medical evacuations, chemical spill and infrastructure damage.

Over the four days, Scorpion provided color high definition multi-spectral aerial reconnaissance full motion video and communications with other aircraft and ground stations.


Built in secret at a Cessna facility in Kansas, Scorpion was designed as a tactical plane that could handle a range of missions.

The aircraft length is about 44 feet and its wingspan is nearly 48 feet. Scorpion has a standard weight of 11,800 pounds and a max takeoff weight of 21,250 pounds. It has a top speed of around 520mph and can fly at a ceiling of 45,000 feet.

Scorpion can be weaponized using a number of different armaments, including precision-guided munitions for precision strikes. It can also be amped up with the air-to-surface and air-to-air weapons popular with the U.S. and its allies.

In addition to a combat role, Scorpion’s intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities can be enhanced. The aircraft can also be used in roles such as maritime and border patrol, irregular warfare, surveillance and humanitarian assistance.

Scorpion can take on a range of tasks – from detecting hidden ground explosives and capturing ground images through dense jungle through to distinguishing between illegal narcotic crops and legal ones.

How is it cheaper?

The Joint Strike Fighter, also known as the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II, is set to join many leading air forces – the price tag will reportedly end up around $100 million per jet.

Some argue that jets like the F-35 and the Eurofighter Typhoon reveal a focus on advanced performance over cost.

The Scorpion took only two years to go from concept to its first flight.

To accelerate the development process and lower costs, Textron leveraged relationships with suppliers and integrated already-created components, rather than designing everything especially for their aircraft.

The company, for example, designed the aircraft to accommodate its preferred engine and ejection seats.

The low cost may appeal to air forces looking to replace older aircraft or who want to maximize their budget and acquire a larger fleet of less expensive aircraft.

However, Scorpion faces competition from countries like Russia and China. The Russian light strike fighter Yak-130 and the Chinese supersonic fighter JF-17 are both on the market and attracting buyers.

The U.S. Air Force is holding a competition next year as it looks to acquire 350 jet trainers to replace its T-38 fleet. The T-38s have been in service since the 1960s. Scorpion will join the fray for selection.

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