October 17, 2019

Rocket firing from Russian frigate «Admiral Gorkov»






Israeli anti missile system in action against incoming Hezbollah missiles






Footage Within Grom 2019 strategic command & control exercise







FrAF - Sparrowhawk Exercise







Footage While performing the tasks of the Grom 2019 exercise, Tu95MS







India kicked off a 10-day joint air combat exercise called Eastern Bridge with Oman at its Masirah air force base








YPG destroyed one Kripi 2 and killed some TSK soldiers







October 16, 2019

Tetris challange from 31st Squadron Indonesia Air Force with C130 Hercules








YPG captured a Turkish armored vehicle






Eastern and Western Clown



NK


TK


Russia Bombed Four Syrian Hospitals?. Proof ?







Sikorsky-Boeing SB1 DEFIANT Test Flight







JSTARS Operations • Robbins Air Force Base






GEM 63 Rocket Motor QM-3 Static Test






F-16 Fighting Falcons Twilight Takeoff At Kunsan Air Base







The Fight For a Kurdish State


Kurds need an independent state




Turkish army advances into Syria | LIVE






October 15, 2019

Rheinmetall Digital Wiesel for Germany and the USA






India provides assistance with two helicopters to Afghanistan








ItalianAirForce with their @thef35 are safeguarding the @iceland skies for @NATO .






Sama Sama 2019 to begin with Participation of US Philippines and Japan







Russian motorized military repelled imaginary “enemy” attack near Khabarovsk






Israeli security tower with RCWS







Who is Best Warrior Soldier of the Year?







Rafale








Starship Launch Animation






USS AMERICA MK-38 - 25 MM MACHINE GUN SYSTEM LIVE FIRE





C-17 Air Refueling






October 14, 2019

Old FSA forces wearing brand new Turkish knickers come to Sajur area for imminent Manbij operation in Syria







Assad still lives





San Francisco Fleet Week Air Show








Happy 244th Birthday U.S. Navy - No Higher Honor






Ghanaian homemade APC & SPH or rocket launcher








Sailors Aboard USS Leyte Gulf - No Higher Honor






Inside the Plant Where Lockheed Builds the F-35 Lightning II






Rogue Turkish Forces Clash with Kurdish Women’s Militia in Syria






October 13, 2019

The moment of Turkish armed drone has targeted YPG/PKK's Dochka-laden vehicle






Turkey backed Ahrar al-Sharqiya Islamic terrorist group consisted of Al Qaeda fighters is executing these civilians who were captured in M4 highway near Hasakah






French Army Back to a life-size exercise






Aeronautica Militare - Linate Air Show






Wolf Pack F-16s • Flight Ops At Kunsan Air Base





USN testing new SAR kit funded by RAAF


A new UNIPAC III Search and Rescue (SAR) kit for the P-8A is now undergoing testing.





Philippine to take delivery of A-29 by February 2020


The Philippine Air Force (PAF) will take delivery of six A-29 light attack aircraft by February 2020.







Growler with NGJ-MB high-capacity and power airborne electronic attack weapon system

Growler with NGJ-MB high-capacity and power airborne electronic attack weapon system







October 12, 2019

US troops back in Mistenur Kobani. After they temporarily evacuated









FSA fighters allegedly enter Tal Abyad





In a Chinese 052D DDG








Flying to the sun






Aeronautica Militare




Mission Ready Minute






Rogue Turkish forces push deeper into northern Syria invasion


Clown Sultan wants to re-build Ottoman Empire




Norway will not join BMD system


Norway has decided against allowing the U.S. or NATO to deploy ballistic missile defense sensors or missiles on its territory.





French Navy chief hopes to have Australian warships escort Charles de Gaulle in future

While in Sydney, Australia for the Pacific Maritime Expo, head of the French Navy told The Australian Financial Review that he hopes Australian warships could escort French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle when the latter sails in the Indian Ocean next time.







South Korea wants to setup second hotline with China’s Eastern Theater Command


South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) office has said that the country is now in talks to link South Korea’s 2nd Master Control and Report Center (MCRC) and China’s Eastern Theater Command.




First flight II San Antonio-class ship to be named USS Harrisburg

The next San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock ship and the first Flight II variant will be named USS Harrisburg.





Greece signals intention to buy 2 frigates


Greece has signed a statement of intent to buy two new frigates from France. It is believed that the two ships will be the BELH@RRA-class.




Norwegian F-35s’ drag chutes are failing faster than expected


Royal Norwegian Air Force chief Brig. Gen. Tonje Skinnarland said in an exclusive interview with Defense News that his F-35 fleet has an issue with its unique drag chute.





Tunisia cleared to buy 12 T-6Cs


Tunisia has been cleared by the U.S. government to buy 12 T-6C trainers worth an estimated cost of $234 million.






October 10, 2019

Kurdish Forces Call in US F-16's to Strike ISIS Targets in Kobanî






HMS Gotland continued sea trials







Italian Aeronautica Militare - The Frecce Tricolori in Desenzano del Garda







BSF-Any task, Any time, Any where






South Korea conducts launch exercises with Hyunmoo missiles









Pakistan Army Soldier Naimat Wali killed in Kashmir


79+ killed 51+ unacknowledged







Corruption Money thrown around Pakistan Major-General, EME during inauguration newly constructed house.









Rogue Turkish military convoy heading towards the border with Syria







Presentation of the capabilities of the French Army 2019







Today three F-35 Lightnings departed RAF Marham to return to Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort in the USA








Yazidi woman was sold as a Islamic sex slave and burned her veil






Iran launched an unannounced large military exercise near the #Turkish border on Wednesday, soon after Ankara invaded Syria








The 'Duet' is a double AK-630 M2 mount with a stealthy, low RCS turret






Turkey has launched its military operation in Northern Syria






October 9, 2019

Cybersecurity for Urban Transport - Thales







MQ-25A flies with landing gear up







U.S. Army soldiers being deployed to Afghanistan were taught how to counter COTS drones

Soldiers from the U.S. Army’s 1st Battalion 178th Infantry Regiment were taught how to counter commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) drones in a course conducted by the 5th Armored Brigade, First Army Division West.


Soldiers from 5th Armored Brigade, First Army Division West, developed a course of instruction to counter the threat of commercial, off-the-shelf unmanned aerial surveillance vehicles at McGregor Range Complex, N.M., June 28, 2019. Currently, there is no doctrine in place to train soldiers how to deal with COTS UAS.(Photo by Staff Sgt. Mylinda DuRousseau)




San Francisco's Fleet Week







Italian Air Force F35 taking off in Iceland as they kick off their @NATO air policing mission






October 8, 2019

Soldier Harness Architecture - The start of Collaborative Combat







Indian Air Force Dassault Rafale commissioning 08-October-2019








Indonesian Army TNIAD Mi-35P during TNI 74th anniversary parade in, allegedly, Natuna, Riau Islands







IAF CELEBRATES 87th ANNIVERSARY







Philippine in Talks for Brahmos Missile


Excellent missile for Land and sea based attack






While still busy dealing with the country’s internal security threats, the Philippine Army (PA) is also gradually shifting from internal to territorial and external defense with its programmed acquisition of Indian-Russian designed land-based BraHmos supersonic missiles.

“Talks are now ongoing for Philippine Army’s BraHmos missile acquisition project with India,” a senior military official bared, adding that BraHmos supersonic missiles are ideal for the Army’s land-based territorial defense operations.

The BraHMos was developed in 1998 in a joint venture between the Defense Research and Development Organization of India and the Federal State Unitary Enterprise NPO Mashinostroyenia of Russia in an inter-government agreement.

The missile system can be launched from land-based mobile vertical launchers, while its variants can also be fired from warships, as well fighter aircraft.

It can attack and disable targets from as far as 290 kilometers when launched, by flying as low as five meters in altitude or at 1,400 altitude as the maximum with a speed of Mach 2.8.

“Once these BraHmos are finally procured and delivered, the Army will have the capability of defending the country from foreign aggressors and other territorial threats in the open seas,” a highly placed military source said.

On top of this, the Army has already created the 1st Brigade Combat Team to be its national quick reaction maneuver force against any land-based aggression of foreign forces anywhere in the country.

Meanwhile, the Department of National Defense (DND) is looking forward to a smooth and increased transfer of defense equipment and technology needed by the Philippines in its ongoing modernization program from Japan following the recent launching of Philippines-Japan Defense Industry Forum in Manila this week.

“We, at the DND, fully support the recent amendment of Japan’s Self-Defense Force Act that would allow the Japanese government and its Ministry of Defense ‘the needed flexibilities’ for the Japanese military force ‘to play a greater role’ in maintaining peace and stability in the Asia-Pacific region by exporting quality defense equipment to foreign countries like the Philippines,” declared Defense Undersecretary Cardozo Luna at the inaugural launching of defense industry forum.

Japan has already handed over for free five maritime patrol trainer aircraft to the Philippine Navy.

These aircraft, converted into surveillance planes, are being used to conduct patrols over the country’s maritime and territorial domain in the West Philippine Sea and at the Philippine Rise (Benham Rise) in the Pacific.

Tokyo also passed on to the Philippine Air Force excess spare parts for UH-1H helicopters in its inventory.

New air defense, missile units operational

The Philippine Army has activated three new aerial defense units in a bid to bolster defense capabilities against threats and better array of aviation operations to support ground forces.

Army spokesman Lt. Col. Ramon Zagala said the Aviation “Bagwis” Regiment, 2nd Multiple Launch Rocket System Battery and 1st Land-based Missile System Battery, are now operational. 

“These units will play a vital role in the Army’s fight against terrorism and the communist insurgency,” he explained. 

On the other hand, the Rocket and Missile units under the Army Artillery Regiment will help augment the troop’s firepower in large scale armed confrontation for internal defense and security engagements.

Seoul to launch second phase of F-X project in 2021


South Korea’s Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) said in a report presented to the National Assembly for a parliamentary audit that the country will launch the second phase of the F-X project in 2021.



A Republic of Korea Air Force, F-35A Lightning II banks left during a refueling mission March 15, 2019, in Ariz. The aircraft’s electronic sensors contain the Electro-Optical Distributed Aperture System (DAS), a system that provides pilots with situational awareness in the area surrounding the aircraft for enhanced missile and aircraft warning, and day/night pilot vision. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Leala Marquez)


F-35A student pilot saves aircraft during in-flight computer failure


Capt. Robert Larson, a 61st Fighter Squadron student pilot, was able to save his jet during a training mission in May this year after one of its flight computers failed.







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