SP's Naval Forces - April-July 2020<< Previous Issue Next Issue >>
A secure internal and external security environment, provided by the military and other agencies will facilitate sustained growth and development of the nation.
Airborne fighter assets at sea provide the flexibility of shifting the theatre of war as also bring to bear concentrated firepower which can cripple the economy of any adversary
A revisionist power like China needs to be countered with strength, for, anyone out to alter the status quo is unlikely to be amenable to reason. So, while India exerts strength economically and diplomatically, the military must remain ready to act.
The Indian Navy - US Navy Passex conducted on July 20, 2020 was a timely initiative. With China persisting with its confrontational expansionism even in the middle of a global pandemic...
QUAD had lost its momentum till November 2017 when it got revived as India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and US’ President Donald Trump agreed...
Navantia organised the first Indian Industry online event for the P75(I) submarines programme with the participation of more than 200 Indian companies. 500 RFIs specific to P75(I) were submitted in a period of 6 weeks.
Navantia’s BEST AIP is to be installed into a submarine under construction, the S80 Plus. This is a step forward which emphasizes the uniqueness and maturity of Navantia’s AIP solution.
Navantia has successfully carried out the launching of AL-JUBAIL, the first of five corvettes built for the Royal Saudi Naval Forces (RSNF). The ceremony was chaired by the Commander of RSNF, H. E. Vice Admiral Fahad Bin Abdullah Al-Ghofaily...
MIL-STD-461 specifies the requi rements for the control of electromagnetic interference characteristics (emissions and susceptibility) of electronic, electrical, and electro-mechanical equipment/system/ subsystems...
Operation Samudra Setu, which was launched on May 5, 2020 as part of the national effort to repatriate Indian citizens from overseas during the COVID-19 pandemic has culminated after successfully bringing 3,992 Indian citizens back to their homeland by sea.
A special meeting of the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) on July 15, chaired by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, delegated powers for making urgent capital acquisitions up to Rs 300 crore ($40 million) to the armed forces.
Vice Admiral S.N. Ghormade, outgoing Chief of Staff of Eastern Naval Command has transferred as Controller Personnel Services at Integrated HQs, Ministry of Defence (Navy) on June 12, 2020.
During these difficult times of COVID-19 and China’s aggressive posture in Ladakh, it is but natural that defence strategists attempt ways to stretch the adversary in other dimensions like sea and air.