F/A-18 Super Hornet: Multi-role Advanced Fighter for Navy and IAF?



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The Super Hornet will be on the Navy’s carrier decks well into the 2040s – being three-fourths of the Navy’s strike fighter capacity into the 2030’s and no less than half the carriers striking force into the 2040’s. The next generation of Super Hornet aircraft comes into the US Navy and potentially international customers to fulfill its role as the next-gen airplane in a complementary way with the F-35. Those two airplanes are going to work together on the carrier decks for the US. Navy, well into the 2040s.

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In Exclusive Deal, India To Get ‘Most Advanced’ F-16 Fighter Jets By 2019-20



This video shows you that In Exclusive Deal, India To Get ‘Most Advanced’ F-16 Fighter Jets By 2019-20.
US defense major Lockheed Martin has firmed up its plans to produce the latest version of its iconic F-16 fighter jets only in India under the ‘Make in India’ programe.
The multi-billion dollar deal was “finalized” during the recent visit of Lockheed Martin’s Chairman, President and CEO Marillyn Hewson here last week, a top official, involved in the talks, told Business Line.
‘Exclusively’ in India ::
Under the deal, the company will be manufacturing the latest version of the jets – F-16 Block 70/72 – that will be produced “exclusively” in India.
This will be the “most advanced” version and will not be built anywhere else in the world. Lockheed Martin also plans to export them from the India plant at a later stage, the official said. The F-16 project is a government-to-government deal that will be conducted through the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) route.
However, it seems Lockheed Martin has no plans to take the 100 per cent foreign direct investment route for the programe. It is likely to co-produce the F-16s in collaboration with the Tata Advanced Systems Ltd., which has been its partner for other defense and aerospace programes such as the C-130 cargo plane.
The Maryland-based firm is currently scouting for land to set up its manufacturing unit. According to sources, it is looking to set up the plant in a State that will have a runway near a port.
India had long been demanding that the F-16s it buys will have to be more advanced than what is sold to neighboring Pakistan.
However, with the recent push on India-US defense ties, talks on setting up the F-16 plant in India have steadily progressed. The deal was “almost finalized” when Prime Minister Narendra Modi had visited Washington last month.
During this visit, Modi finalized the Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement (LEMOA) with the US, which is one of the three crucial fundacional agreements that strengthened India-US defense ties.
India is also negotiating the remaining two fundacional pacts with US.
As a result, the F-16 programe of Lockheed Martin received a major thrust due to this strengthening of ties. Indian Air Force is in desperate need of modern fighter aircraft as it grapples with an ageing fleet.
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US Military deploy World Most Advanced B 52 Aircraft For Bombing in North Korea.



US Military deploy World Most Advanced B 52 Aircraft For Bombing in North Korea. This has been a great aircraft bomber for the Us air force The Boeing B-52 Stratofortress is a long-range, subsonic, jet-powered strategic bomber. The B-52 was designed and built by Boeing, which has continued to provide support and upgrades. It has been operated by the United States Air Force (USAF) since the 1950s. The bomber is capable of carrying up to 70,000 pounds (32,000 kg) of weapons.

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Analysis : India’s Second Scorpene Advanced Attack Submarine Misses Induction Deadline



India’s Second Scorpene Advanced Attack Submarine Misses Induction Deadline

By : SPUTNIK News

India’s construction of a second Scorpene submarine, the INS Khanderi, is more than five years behind schedule. Its induction into the fleet has been repeatedly postponed; most recently following the cancellation of a deal for the purchase of torpedoes.

India’s Scorpene-class advanced attack submarine project has faced another setback with the second completed submarine also facing delays in sea trials.

The INS-Khanderi isd the second of the six submarines being locally built following the transfer of technology from French firm Naval Group (earlier DCNS). It was launched in January and was expected to be inducted into the Indian Navy by the end of this year, but hurdles in sea trials have made this highly unlikely. The induction of the first INS-Kalvari submarine has already faced several delays.

The Indian Navy recently announced a further delay in commissioning the first vessel, the INS Kalvari. “The Kalvari submarine has already been in the sea for some time now. Some 110 days of sea trials have been completed and more pre-commissioning sea trials are going on. We are expecting it to be commissioned by November-December this year,” Vice Admiral Girish Luthra said.

India’s Second Scorpene Advanced Attack Submarine Misses Induction Deadline



India’s Second Scorpene Advanced Attack Submarine Misses Induction Deadline.

India’s construction of a second Scorpene submarine, the INS Khanderi, is more than five years behind schedule. Its induction into the fleet has been repeatedly postponed; most recently following the cancellation of a deal for the purchase of torpedoes.

India’s Scorpene-class advanced attack submarine project has faced another setback with the second completed submarine also facing delays in sea trials.

The INS-Khanderi isd the second of the six submarines being locally built following the transfer of technology from French firm Naval Group (earlier DCNS). It was launched in January and was expected to be inducted into the Indian Navy by the end of this year, but hurdles in sea trials have made this highly unlikely. The induction of the first INS-Kalvari submarine has already faced several delays.

The Indian Navy recently announced a further delay in commissioning the first vessel, the INS Kalvari. “The Kalvari submarine has already been in the sea for some time now. Some 110 days of sea trials have been completed and more pre-commissioning sea trials are going on. We are expecting it to be commissioned by November-December this year,” Vice Admiral Girish Luthra said.

Mazgaon Dock Ltd (MDL) delivered the first vessel to the Indian Navy last month after it was put through a grueling set of trials lasting over 18 months, including successful live missile and torpedo firings.

Meanwhile, the second Scorpene-class submarine, the INS-Khanderi, has begun sea trials in the Arabian Sea following the end of the monsoon. The diesel-electric attack submarine was planned for induction by the end of this year. However, sources say trials would continue for at least until the first quarter of next year. The Khanderi had begun its first sea sorties from the port of Mumbai in June this year.

India’s state-owned Mazgaon Dock Ltd is building six Scorpene-class submarines for the Indian Navy at cost of more than $4 billion under the technology transfer agreement with French firm Naval Group. India and France signed the agreement for the project in 2005.

The six submarines will be capable of firing the French-made Exocet SM39, a sea-skimming, subsonic anti-ship missile with an approximate operational range of 50-70 kilometers. The Kalvari is equipped with six 533-millimeter torpedo tubes for launching anti-ship torpedoes, anti-ship missiles, and sea mines.

However, the first two submarines, the Kalvari and the Khanderi, have yet to be equipped with their primary weapons: heavyweight torpedoes. The Indian government had to cancel an order of WASS Black Shark torpedoes due to alleged corruption in the deal.

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TRUMP Deploys MOST Advanced Military Weapons to South Korea



The U.S. will reportedly deploy more military assets in and around the Korean Peninsula, according to a senior South Korean security official.

The U.S. already has a huge presence in South Korea. The country hosts the third-highest number of recorded U.S. troops on foreign soil.

And the U.S. has over 23,000 active-duty troops on 83 bases in the country, as well as more than 300 tanks and a new missile defense system.

But the expansion of U.S. military systems in the country hasn’t had the warmest welcome lately. Earlier this year, people protested the installation of the THAAD missile defense system by U.S. forces.

5 Most Advanced Future Weapons of Indian Military



Indian army is the fourth largest military in the world, is also the keeper of the some of the most advanced and hi-tech weapons on the planet. It’s commendable that with a defence budget of a mere $46 billion per annum, India has developed weapon technologies that are as good as and even superior to that of the US and Russia. India is not only the largest importer of weapons on the planet but it’ll also become the fourth highest military spender by 2020.

Let us know about some top future weapons which will protect India in coming time.

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India Delays Induction Date of Advanced Attack Submarine (English)



The induction of the first Scorpene-class (Kalvari-class) diesel-electric attack submarine, INS Kalvari, is expected to occur in November or December of this year, a senior Indian naval official told local media this week. “The Kalvari submarine has already been in the sea for sometime. Some 110 days of sea trials have been completed and more pre-commissioning sea trials are going on. We are expecting it to be commissioned by November-December this year, Indian Navy Vice Admiral Girish Luthra said on September 26. Indian naval officials earlier this year stated that the new submarine will be commissioned in August or September 2017. Overall, the program — known as Project 75-I — has now been delayed by over four years. Already in 2005, French shipbuilder Direction des Constructions Navales Services (DCNS) was awarded a $4.16 billion contract to build six diesel electric attack submarines for the Indian Navy in cooperation with India’s prime ship maker, Mumbai-based Mazagon Dock Limited. The INS Kalvari’s sea-trials included the test firing of a German SeaHake torpedo and the launch of a French-made Exocet SM39, a sea-skimming, subsonic, solid-fueled anti-ship missile with an approximate operational range of 50-70 kilometers. The INS Kalvari is equipped with six 533-millimeter torpedo tubes for launching anti-ship torpedoes, anti-ship missiles, and sea mines. However, the Indian Navy has still not procured heavy-weight torpedoes for the submarine. In June 2016, the Indian government cancelled an order of Black Shark heavyweight torpedos, built by Whitehead Alenia Systemi Subacquei (WASS), a subsidiary of Italian arms manufacturer Finmeccanica due to corruption allegations. “The Black Shark torpedo was specifically purchased for the Indian Navy’s future fleet of six Scorpene-class (Kalvari-class) diesel-electric attack submarines,” I reported elsewhere. “A second batch of 49 Black Shark torpedoes was also to be installed aboard India’s domestically developed and built Arihant-class of nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines.” While there has been some discussion over reviving the Black Shark deal, it is more likely that the Navy will opt for German-made SeaHake heavyweight torpedo or French F21 Artemis torpedoes instead. The Kalvari-class will likely not be equipped with an air-independent propulsion (AIP) system. However, an indigenous AIP system could be added at a later stage. Vice Admiral Girish Luthra specifically mentioned the push for more Indian-made hardware in future boats. “The Indian Navy is keen on increasing indigenous components in ship building activity. We have also increased the indigenous components in submarines as well. The components’ share needs to be increased in weapons and sensors.” As I reported previously, India intends to build six additional diesel-electric subs in the near future: [T]he Indian Navy has recently issued a request-for-information to six foreign manufacturers for a new $8 billion contract to build six submarines with AIP technology (…) The shortlist of manufacturers also includes DCNS; however, the company is unlikely to be selected following an embarrassing data leak . This week’s announcement about the Kalvari’s delayed induction date will likely mean that the second Kalvari-class diesel-electric attack submarine, christened Khanderi, which commenced sea trials in July, will likely be commissioned next year rather than at the end of 2017. As of now, the other four attack subs are still slated for delivery beginning in 2020 at an interval of nine months.

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