November 29, 2018

Russia has completed the delivery of 24 Su-35s to China


Interfax has reported that Russia has delivered all 24 Su-35 fighters ordered by China. The contract was signed in 2015.






Watch the rollout of the first Il-112 prototype






Russia moving Bal coastal anti-ship missile systems to Crimean city of Kerch

Following the recent sea clash between Russia and Ukraine. A convoy of Bal coastal anti-ship missile systems were seen on the road towards the Crimean city of Kerch.






U.S. Navy to commission guided-missile destroyer Thomas Hudner








Beautiful Art







British Sherman tanks of 3rd County of London Yeomanry assemble at Sword Beach, Normandy, June 1944







Pakistan’s anti-terror demonstration by SSG goes wrong







Russia shows off military might with training video







French, UK and US Fighters Launch From The United Kingdom






F-16 Aggressors Nellis AFB






November 28, 2018

Qatar to acquire NASAMS ground-based air defense system








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Navantia Launches New Tanker Ship for the Royal Australian Navy





Navantia has launched on November, 23 the first AOR (auxiliary oiler replenishment) ”Nuship Supply” of a series of two, for the Royal Australian Navy, according to contract signed in May 2016.

The ceremony was held at the Ferrol facilities at 4:15 pm coinciding with the high tide, and has counted with the attendance of Mrs. Jenny Barrett, as the godmother of the ship, the president of Navantia, Susana de Sarriรก, the Ambassador of Australia to Spain, Julie-Ann Guivarra, and the Royal Australian Navy Chief of Navy, VA MJ Noonan.

The president of Navantia was grateful to the Australian Navy for the confidence deposited in the Company that once again has demonstrated the aptitude to design and build the products and services for the most competitive markets, in time and quality. She added that launching a new ship, means that Navantia shows, once again, an enormous potential and with the upcoming Strategic Plan and the F110 frigates, will guarantee supporting these capacities in the future.

The two ships are based on the Spanish Navy ship “Cantabria” which will be tailored to fulfil specific Australian standards and requirements. The agreement with the Commonwealth of Australia also includes the sustainment of the two AOR ships for a period of five years.

This contract means a workforce of 3 million hours for this area, as well as 35,000 hours for the Cartagena shipyard derived from the engines, and 35,000 for Navantia Sistemas derived from the IPMS. That makes a total of 1,800 jobs until 2020.

Besides, this contract includes a significant amount of participation from Australian industry, with companies such as Raytheon as supplier of the Communication System, Saab Australia as supplier of the Combat System, Scientific Management Associates (SMA) as suppliers of engineering services and Baker and Provan as supplier of cranes. In relation to Support, all the sustainment activities will be performed in Australia (NSW and WA) with Navantia Australia and its subcontractors, which has been partnering with Australian companies since 2007.


Ocius Gets A$1.7m for Unmanned Systems Control Network Development





The Australian government has awarded Sydney-based unmanned systems developer Ocius a $1.7 million contract to explore the viability of an intelligent command and control network of persistent unmanned surface vessels.

Awarded as part of the Australian Defence Innovation Hub initiative, the contract will see Ocius work on the technology which has the potential to improve maritime patrol, mine clearance, environmental monitoring, and search and rescue operations.

In an announcement on November 22, Australian defense industry minister Steven Ciobo said five Australian businesses received a total of over $12 million to further develop their innovative technologies to support the Australian Defence Force.

Established in 2016, the Defence Innovation Hub accepts proposals on innovations at all stages, from early stage concept exploration and technology demonstration through to advanced prototypes for integration, test and evaluation.

“The latest tranche of investments, funded through the Defence Innovation Hub, demonstrates the government’s commitment to invest in Australian industry, universities and research organisations to deliver leading-edge capability for defense,” defense industry minister Steven Ciobo said.

As part of this investment, Sentient Vision Systems, a small Australian computer vision technology company, has been awarded a $5.5 million contract to explore the development of a land Visual Detection and Ranging (VIDAR) system that utilities electro-optics with a new infra-red capability for low light and night time functionality.

Thomas Global has received $3.2 million contract to explore development of a next generation, high definition, color, digital biocular image control unit for use in armored vehicles.



Malaysian Scorpene Submarines Go to Sabah's East Coast after Ten Years in the State




A decade after becoming part of the nation's defences, the Scorpene submarines of the Royal Malaysian Navy have made its first appearance in the waters off Sabah's east coast

KD Tunku Abdul Rahman was seen for the time in eastern Sabah waters carrying out an operation in waters off Sandakan on Monday (Nov 26).

The submarine, linked to a fresh corruption probe and murdered Mongolian model and translator Altantuya Shaariibuu, has never been deployed on the east coast even though it had been based in Sabah's waters over a decade ago.

It was reported previously that the waters were too shallow in the east coast of the state for the submarine.

KD Tunku Abdul Rahman sailed from its submarine base at Sepanggar to the Sandakan Region Two Naval base for a joint operation with other naval assets in the east coast.

“It was involved in a series of operations with KD Sri Johor to test their capabilities along the eastern Sabah sea border," said the Navy in a statement.The operations also saw the Navy’s Fennec helicopters being tested. This was for the transfer of personnel from helicopter to submarine and vice versa.

In its statement, the Navy said that the training would allow various naval assets in the east coast of Sabah to work with each other and with submarines.

The Navy added that this will also help the Navy test its procedures on the sea, underwater and work with aerial support.

"It will also test the preparedness of crews in the event of any threats,” the Navy said.

The navy said that the operations reflected the commitment of the Navy to secure the borders of Sabah's east coast against any threats by ensuring security in the maritime operational area in the the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (Esszone).

The presence of KD Tunku Abdul Rahman is also a message to the communities that the Navy was present and ready to deploy its assets to act against any threat.

KD Tunku Abdul Rahman is one of the two Scorpene submarines bought by the previous Barisan Nasional government that is currently under a fresh probe by corruption investigators.

It had also been linked to the case of murdered Mongolian model and translator Altantuya Shaariibuu.

November 27, 2018

Syrian Soldiers KiKi challenge on BMP-1








Pakistan Army to manage Karachi Water and Sewerage Board

https://tribune.com.pk/story/1854869/1-pti-wants-army-manage-karachi-water-sewerage-board/



A debate on the water crisis in city dominated the proceedings of Sindh Assembly on Monday, with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) MPA Khurram Sher Zaman demanding to hand over the management of Karachi Water and Sewerage Board (KWSB) to the army or Sindh Rangers.

Zaman criticised the provincial government’s performance and said that there was no single area in Karachi where KWSB provided water on regular basis. “For the last six years, I am pleading at this floor to provide potable water, but all in vain,” he said adding, “We want to know where the public money goes. The water issue can’t be resolved until corruption is eradicated from it.” Zaman remarked that the minister responsible for inequitable distribution of water in the city should step down if can’t perform the job diligently.

Philippine Air Force grounds Sokol after crash landing


The Philippine Air Force has grounded its Sokol helicopter fleet after one crash-landed in Tarlac on Nov. 22.





Vietnam’s KCT 15 anti-ship missile will be guided by GLONASS

Roskosmos agency head Yuri Urlichich says Vietnam’s KCT 15 anti-ship missile will be guided by GLONASS.





South Korea says it has finished development of K-SAAM

Yonhap is reporting that South Korea has completed the development of the K-SAAM, also known as Haegung, and will deploy it next year.




Turkish UH-1 crashes into Istanbul neighborhood

A Turkish military UH-1 helicopter crashed in Istanbul’s Sancaktepe neighborhood on Nov. 26, four on board were killed and one seriously wounded.





Public to be invited to name Taiwan’s new advanced jet trainer


Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense has announced today that the public will be invited to name the new advanced jet trainer being develop by Aerospace Industrial Development Corp. (AIDC).




Qatar to take delivery of 6 F-15QAs by March 2021

Qatar says it will take delivery of the first six F-15QAs from Boeing by March 2021. Another six will be delivered three months later.






November 26, 2018

299th BrTA of Ukraine Air Force is on high alert in #Kulbakino AB







Bell UH-1H of Turkish Army Aviation's 4th Regiment crashed in center of Istanbul after engine failure








Two Danish MG 42 gunners of the Waffen-SS in a trench on the Eastern Front, 1944








CV Liaoning night lighting








Final moments of the HMS Barham battleship








Two “Adir” (F-35I) aircraft landed today in Nevatim AFB and joined the ranks of the 140th (“Golden Eagle”) Squadron








Russia Air Force's Su-25SMs of 960th Assault Aviation Regiment patrolled over the strait







Austal - Philippines Navy Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV) Simulation






F-16 Fighting Falcons Operating At Bagram






Conflict in Azov Sea: Russian Ka-52s flight over Ukrainian Navy vessels







November 24, 2018

Landing of two Su-57 fighters







Bahrain Air Show 14 - 17 November 2018









HRH Prince Harry's training with Australian Defence Forces







Best Dad of 1944








Y-20A and Y-9 both assigned to the 4th Transport Division seen at Zhuhai








PLAAF J-10C, Shenyang J-16 and J-20 fighters in one photo









Bangladesh Air Force's Chinese made F7-BG crashes









A pilot has died after a training aircraft of Bangladesh Air Force crashed in Tangail’s Madhupur, the Inter-Services Public Relations Directorate said in a statement.
The pilot has been identified as Wing Commander Arif Ahmed Dipu.

The F7 training aircraft crashed at the Telki Firing Zone at Rasulpur in the district around 3pm on Friday, according to the ISPR.

The ISPR could not immediately confirm the cause of the accident.

The aircraft took off from Dhaka around 2:25pm.

Dipu was commissioned in 1997. He left behind his son and daughter. He hailed from Ishwardi.

USAF Blue Angels







RAF California-based 17 Test and Evaluation Squadron became the first unit to fly UK Lightnings with UK weapons







November 23, 2018

Amazing Footage Of The First Flight Of Four SU-57 Taken From The Ramp Of The AN-12 Transport Airfraft







Russian Carrier Admiral Kuznetsov suffered $1.1 million in damages

United Shipbuilding Corporation’s chief Alexei Rakhmanov told TASS that aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov was damaged in 52 places when floating dry dock PD-50 sunk on Oct. 30 while the carrier was being serviced.







Russia has commissioned a new runway into service at Belbek in Crimea


Russia has completed the construction of a new runway at Belbek airfield in Crimea and a An-148 has successfully landed there.





Russian and Indian military for the first time conducted joint shooting at the Indra 2018 exercise


Great India-Russia friendship !!







Last Days Of The EA-6B Prowler






Canadian Navy participated in TRIDENT JUNCTURE 2018






TOS-1A Sunshine







Sukhoi Su-57 fifth-generation multi-purpose fighter performing 'falling leaf' maneuver







November 22, 2018

Watch how these guys took a M61 canon and mount it on a Toyota Prius





Philippine Navy’s latest round of testing the Spike-ER

The Philippine Navy test fired two Spike-ER missiles off Lamao Point, Limay, Bataan on Nov. 21.




German machine gunner from the 5th SS Panzer Division Wiking looks at a burning Soviet KV-1 tank during the night. Eastern Front, 1943-44







Positions of the Syrian army in Mountain Latakia





Saab - Hypersonic Detection Mode





Royal Australian Navy - Jasper - Girls in STEM






U.S. Navy Ships Fire Weapons (November 2018)






28th EARS Stratotanker Refuels F-16 Fighting Falcons






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