Indian Defence


The Upgraded Mig-29K of the Indian Navy.

The Upgraded Mig-29K of the Indian Navy.

— 10 months ago
HAL Dhruv (Polar Star) of the Indian Army.

HAL Dhruv (Polar Star) of the Indian Army.

— 10 months ago
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The Indigenous Advanced Dhruv Helicopter, in Siachen, World’s highest battle ground which deemed to be inaccessible for any neighboring countries’ forces except the hailed ever-growing Indian Defence Forces.

The Indigenous Advanced Dhruv Helicopter, in Siachen, World’s highest battle ground which deemed to be inaccessible for any neighboring countries’ forces except the hailed ever-growing Indian Defence Forces.

— 10 months ago
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The First of Ten C-17 Globemaster Heavy Lift tactical aircraft of Indian Air Force - AN/AAR-47 has a suite of surface-mounted thermal sensors around the aircraft, which detect the thermal signature of the missile exhaust plume. Frequency selection and signal processing techniques are used to minimise the false alarm rate.
The system provides a warning to the crew via the cockpit indicator unit of the presence and direction of the missile threat. A signal is automatically sent to the ALE-47 dispenser.
AN/ALE-47 is capable of carrying a mix of expendable countermeasures, including jammers. The system interfaces to the C-17 aircraft’s sensors. The aircrew can select the mode of operation of the dispenser for fully automatic, semi-automatic or manual operation.

The First of Ten C-17 Globemaster Heavy Lift tactical aircraft of Indian Air Force - AN/AAR-47 has a suite of surface-mounted thermal sensors around the aircraft, which detect the thermal signature of the missile exhaust plume. Frequency selection and signal processing techniques are used to minimise the false alarm rate.

The system provides a warning to the crew via the cockpit indicator unit of the presence and direction of the missile threat. A signal is automatically sent to the ALE-47 dispenser.

AN/ALE-47 is capable of carrying a mix of expendable countermeasures, including jammers. The system interfaces to the C-17 aircraft’s sensors. The aircrew can select the mode of operation of the dispenser for fully automatic, semi-automatic or manual operation.

— 10 months ago
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The First of Ten C-17 Globemaster Heavy Lift tactical aircraft of Indian Air Force - Deemed to be the most technologically advanced Tactical Transport Aircraft, it is a high-wing, four-engine, T-tailed military transport vehicle capable of carrying payloads up to 169,000lb (76,657kg).
It has an international range and the ability to land on small airfields. A fully integrated electronic cockpit and advanced cargo system allows a crew of three (the pilot, co-pilot and loadmaster) to operate all systems on any type of mission.
A propulsive lift system allows the C-17 to achieve safe landings on short runways. The C-17 is capable of landing a full payload in less than 3,000ft. The propulsive lift system uses engine exhaust to generate lift.
The engine exhaust is directed onto large flaps, which extend into the exhaust stream, allowing the aircraft to fly a steep approach at a relatively low landing speed.
The aircraft is capable of turning in a small radius and can complete a 180° star turn in 80ft. The aircraft can also carry out routine backing. A fully loaded aircraft is capable of backing up a 2% gradient slope using the directed flow thrust reversers.

The First of Ten C-17 Globemaster Heavy Lift tactical aircraft of Indian Air Force - Deemed to be the most technologically advanced Tactical Transport Aircraft, it is a high-wing, four-engine, T-tailed military transport vehicle capable of carrying payloads up to 169,000lb (76,657kg).

It has an international range and the ability to land on small airfields. A fully integrated electronic cockpit and advanced cargo system allows a crew of three (the pilot, co-pilot and loadmaster) to operate all systems on any type of mission.

A propulsive lift system allows the C-17 to achieve safe landings on short runways. The C-17 is capable of landing a full payload in less than 3,000ft. The propulsive lift system uses engine exhaust to generate lift.

The engine exhaust is directed onto large flaps, which extend into the exhaust stream, allowing the aircraft to fly a steep approach at a relatively low landing speed.

The aircraft is capable of turning in a small radius and can complete a 180° star turn in 80ft. The aircraft can also carry out routine backing. A fully loaded aircraft is capable of backing up a 2% gradient slope using the directed flow thrust reversers.

— 10 months ago
Indian Defence Forces’ Tactic UAV - Rustom 2

Indian Defence Forces’ Tactic UAV - Rustom 2

— 10 months ago
Indian Defence Forces’ Tactic UAV - Rustom 2

Indian Defence Forces’ Tactic UAV - Rustom 2

— 10 months ago
HAL Dhruv attack Helipcopters of The Indian Army.

HAL Dhruv attack Helipcopters of The Indian Army.

— 1 year ago with 6 notes
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