• 25 September, 2022
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Micro-Missiles: Kinetic Response To The Drone-Swarm Juggernaut!

Incidents of use of drones for hostile attacks on civil and military installations have been increasingly witnessed over the last decade since the advent of this paradigm in September 2011,…

By Brig Arvind Dhananjayan (Retd)

Rafale or F/A-18 ‘Super Hornet’: Who Will Board India’s Vikrant?

India’s Indigenous Aircraft Carrier (IAC)-1, christened INS Vikrant (in honour of the 50th anniversary of participation of its similarly named predecessor in the 1971 Indo-Pakistan conflict), was launched in August…

By Brig Arvind Dhananjayan (Retd)

IAF’s ‘VAJRAYUDHA’ : THE ‘ASTRA’ AIR TO AIR MISSILE

“Vajrayudha, also known as Vajra, is Lord Indra’s personal weapon that shoots thunderbolts. The word’s literal meaning is lightning.” A testimony to India’s self-reliance in the Defence Sector and progress…

By Brig Arvind Dhananjayan (Retd)

Russia fires two missiles at Kyiv, at least 10 injured -Ukrainian officials

KYIV (Reuters) -Russia fired two missiles at the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, on Thursday evening and one of them struck the lower floors of a 25-storey residential building, injuring at least…

Ukraine says Russia deploys Iskander-M launchers near border

(Reuters) - Russia has deployed Iskander-M mobile battlefield missile launchers within 60 km (40 miles) of the Ukrainian border, General Staff of Ukraine's Armed Forces said on Sunday. "Then enemy…

Taiwan details new advanced missile and drone attack capabilities

By Yimou Lee and Ben Blanchard TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan is developing missiles that can attack enemy air bases and bring down cruise missiles, and drones that can target their…

Analysis-N.Korea could ‘go small’ with tactical nukes if it resumes testing

By Josh Smith SEOUL (Reuters) - If North Korea resumes nuclear testing, it could include development of smaller “tactical” warheads meant for battlefield use and designed to fit on short-range…

Australia says defence buildup about peace and stability

SYDNEY (Reuters) -Australia's involvement in the development of hypersonic missiles with treaty partners the United States and Britain was part of an effort to achieve peace and stability in the…

UK, U.S., Australia agree to work on hypersonics under defence pact

LONDON (Reuters) -Britain, the United States and Australia on Tuesday agreed to cooperate on hypersonic weapons and electronic warfare capabilities, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office said, following a call…

Nuclear missiles, bombs market to surge 73% by 2030-report

(Reuters) - The global market for nuclear missiles and bombs should surpass $126 billion within ten years, up nearly 73% from 2020 levels, according to a report by Allied Market…

Russia has repeatedly fired hypersonic missiles at Ukraine targets – U.S. general

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Russia has repeatedly fired hypersonic missiles at Ukrainian military targets, the top U.S. military commander in Europe, Air Force General Tod Wolters, told a Senate hearing on…

U.S. and allies aiming to provide anti-ship missiles to Kyiv, official says

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The United States and its allies are working on supporting Ukraine with anti-ship missiles, a senior U.S. administration official said on Thursday. "We have started consulting with…