October 31, 2019

Russia and Egypt exercise Arrow Of Friendship









This will mess up his image








Northrop Grumman - Trusted To Fly







The CH-53K Has the Tools to Survive







Patria - AMV XP 8X8 120mm Tank Destroyer Armoured Vehicle







Mexican authorities released footage of the dramatic arrest of Ovidio Guzmun Lopez, son of "El Chapo,"







US Marine Breaks Down Military Movies | GQ







The Race For Quantum Supremacy


Secrets about Chinese quantum technology satellite



Last minutes of Islamic State Leader Al-Baghdadi












October 30, 2019

Robo Soldiers have arrived







Taiwan retires UH-1H today


The Republic of China Army retired its UH-1H fleet today and declared the UH-60M fleet fully operational.






IDF Get to know the role - foreign pilots






GDLS - Stryker A1 8X8 30mm Medium Caliber Weapon System (MCWS) Vehicle







Barksdale B-52 Bombers • Global Thunder 2019






CH-53 Aerial Refueling Long-Range Raid






Boeing B-52 Stratofortress Operations







The Future USS John F. Kennedy Dry Dock Flooding







October 27, 2019

Another footage from Berisha showing the area where US forces killed #Isis leader al-Baghdadi







Islamic Caliph - Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi killed in Syria


It is rumoured that Turkey gave information about Abu Bakr's whereabouts 

The whole US leaving Syria was a drama to force the rat out of his hole.



A "high value ISIS target" believed to be Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi has been killed by U.S.-led forces in Idlib, Syria, a well-placed military source told on Saturday night.

The U.S. military cannot yet confirm the identity of the deceased target.

But at 9:23 p.m. Saturday, President Trump posted a Twitter message hinting at "very big" news.


Double gaming Turkey is supposed to have helped in getting the Caliph


Great explanation of the basics of the F-35B design






Silver Spitfire’s arrival in Taiwan







USAF will buy 2-3 A-29s, AT-6s


The U.S. Air Force has decided to buy two to three A-29 and AT-6 light attack aircraft.






RAF retires Short Tucano

The Royal Air Force (RAF) has retired its Short Tucano at RAF Linton-on-Ouse after 30 years of service.




Brave Kurdish Resistance or Turkish Tanks in Tewila






US Naval Research Laboratory - Laser Power Beaming Wireless Technology Demonstration







POV Footage of the CV90 MK III IFV in Action






October 26, 2019

🔴Terminator Weaponry | Future Weapons






Hanwha Defense - AS21 Redback Infantry Fighting Vehicle Unveiled @ ADEX 2019






Okhotnik-B MUM-T Flight






Israeli Namer APC Unmanned Turret test fires Spike Missiles





USS Indianapolis (LCS 17) Joins the Fleet






Delaware (SSN 791) Delivered to U.S. Navy






3 January 1945. Pretty effective small arms fire (M1 Garand) from Americans.





Italian Air Force F-35 Scramble • Keflavík






Exercise Wallaby 2019: Container Delivery System







October 25, 2019

The Arrested landing of Naval Prototype of India’s Light Combat Aircraft







Continuing Resolution would delay F-15EX production


The U.S. Air Force has warned Congress that extending the current continuing resolution (CR) will delay the production of the F-15EX.




Russian S-400 and Pantsir-S air defense systems will take part in a foreign training exercise as part of the Slavic Shield 2019 exercise in Serbia







NEW SOCOM Sniper Rifle | M22 Barrett






Russia MOD - S-70 Hunter Stealth Autonomous UCAV Flight Testing







F-15 Aggressor Takeoff Cockpit Video - No Audio







Czech Republic joins NATO Multi-Role Tanker Transport Fleet program


The Czech Republic has become the sixth nation to join the NATO Multi-Role Tanker Transport Fleet program.







Silver Spitfire’s arrival in Taiwan







RCXD - Call of Duty: Fullmag Breakdown






October 24, 2019

Revolutions breaking out everywhere - anti-government demonstrations in Chile


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NATO enhanced Forward Presence Battle Group Poland's Bulldog Battery, from @278THACR ,







video showing Jihadists of Turkey backed SNA from Dar al-Izzah regiment cheering & chanting "Allah Akba" before beheading a female YPG/SDF fighter






ADEX 90





Marshal Eremenko's daughter spoke about the deed of Ivan Flerov, who died heroically, saving Moscow






Exercise Eastern Bridge -V







Combat Ships: Series 1 | Ep01 War Beneath the Waves






Delivery personnel of Russian ZRPK “Shell-S” to the exercise “Slavic shield-2019” in Serbia







Marines Shoot the Enemy with M240B Machine Gun off a MK-III from a Fast-moving Boat







October 23, 2019

Russian Military Police patrolling along the Turkish border from Kobani towards Jarabulus






The second edition of bilateral annual military exercise between India and Japan







Islamic State invents Bomb Bra s


World needs some serious discussions on Boobie traps


https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/isis-plan-attack-sas-troops-20657520


“It’s an ideal weapon for a checkpoint approach.” - Say Islamic state

Distract the soldier by the cleavage and explode the bomb when he comes to check it out.





ISIS plan to attack SAS troops in Syria with suicide bombs in bras.

The fanatics are wiring the garments with plastic explosives in a bid to kill coalition troops.


The tactic means women suicide bombers can show their midriffs if searched without revealing the bombs.

It is understood one was found in Afrin, northern Syria, in April. It is now believed the bras are being produced by highly skilled operatives.

A security source said: “It’s just another example of the inventiveness and determination these people possess to kill.

“It’s a close proximity weapon. They are a small, lightweight device but can be lined with enough plastic explosive to kill everything standing within a 10-metre radius.



Islamic state fighters escape from jail 

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/sas-troops-almost-blown-up-20636757


SAS troops almost blown up after ISIS booby-trap dead children's bodies

Israel IDF drone falls adjacent to Israel's border with Lebanon










US Air Force Receives First Laser Counter-drone System from Raytheon









Highlights of a number if Saudi armed vehicles being destroyed by Houthi-led Yemeni army with guided missiles







Indian Naval Ships Sahyadri and Kiltan arrived in Manila on 23 October 2019 for a three day Goodwill Visit









Royal Malaysian Navy's first Chinese-built Littoral Mission Ship KD Keris







RQ-4s are redeployed from Yokota to Andersen


RQ-4s assigned to the 319th Reconnaissance Wing have been redeployed from Yokota Air Base, Japan, to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, Oct. 20, 2019.






Britain, UAE buying CH-47s


U.S. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy has disclosed that United Arab Emirates and the U.K. are seeking to buy CH-47s from Boeing.







This is how Pakistan Army treats civilians






October 22, 2019

Chilean Army APC move down Apoquindo street between La Gloria and Warren Smith, in Santiago






ROKAF Aircraft









Belgium Dynamic Mariner exercises







Defense security news TV weekly navy army air forces industry military equipment October 2019 V3






The F-15X: The Plane the Air Force Needs to Buy (What About the F-35?)






Aerosonde HQ Advantages






B-52 Stratofortress Departing RAF Mildenhall






Soldiers test Lockheed Martin's ONYX Exoskeleton







Aerial Refueling The Blue Angels






Solve Tomorrow’s Sky: Communications & Networks






Campaign to Stop Killer Robots - Press Conference (21 October 2019)






Setting the Tone | 3 SCOTS | British Army






This British Aircraft Carrier is Higher Than Niagara Falls







INSIDE: The Museum Of RAF Firefighting | Forces TV







Sniper School: The Secrets Of Camouflage | Forces TV






October 21, 2019

Italian Army GMLRS, Ariete MBTs, PZH 2000 self-propelled howitzers, Dardo IFVs...etc live fire during “NASR 2019” exercise in Qatar desert






Cambodia to Purchase Four L-39 Jets from Czech






Prime Minister Hun Sen has announced that the government will purchase more Czech-made surveillance aircraft and weapons in a move to strengthen the Kingdom’s defence and national security.

Speaking at a joint press conference with Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš on Monday, Mr Hun Sen said the purchase includes Czech-made Aero L-39 Albatros surveillance aircraft.

“I wish to say that in the past Cambodia already purchased six L-39 surveillance aircrafts. Now, I request for a discussion to purchase three or four more and import other light weapons to strengthen the Kingdom’s defence and national security,” Mr Hun Sen said.

Mr Babiš said that both countries discussed the matter.

“Cambodia has already had Aero L-39 Albatros. We will cooperate in the aviation sector,” Mr Babiš said. “Our arms producers will supply weapons to police and soldiers.”

In the press conference, Mr Hun Sen also expressed his gratitude to the Czech government for cancelling the debt Cambodia previously owed to the Czech Republic and also for turning the debt into development aid.

He also thanked the Czech government for providing scholarships to Cambodian students to pursue their study in the Czech Republic.

Mr Hun Sen said that between 1981 and 2019, the Czech government offered scholarships to 362 Cambodian students.

“Some of them, who used to study in the Czech Republic, are now working at various government’s ministries and institutions,” he said.

“I also wish to thank the Czech government for providing $1.5 million assistance each year to the Kingdom for six years, which began in 2018 until 2023 to support development projects in Cambodia,” Mr Hun Sen added.

RNZN Decommissions Two Inshore Patrol Vessels






Two Royal New Zealand Navy Inshore Patrol Vessels, HMNZS Pukaki and HMNZS Rotoiti, were decommissioned today at a formal ceremony at Devonport Naval Base in Auckland.

The decommissioning of the two Inshore Patrol Vessels (IPVs) was signalled in the Defence Capability Plan that was publicly released earlier this year.

In the plan, the intention to remove two of the four Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN) IPVs from service and dispose of them was explained.

Chief of Navy Rear Admiral David Proctor said operational experience with the IPVs had shown that specific tasks required of the naval patrol force were better conducted by the RNZN’s larger Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPVs).

“At the time of their entry into service, the IPVs provided operational capability around our coastline. But now we have a far greater need to project a presence further afield and that’s something these ships simply weren’t built to do,” Rear Admiral Proctor said.

Constructed in Whangarei and commissioned in 2009, the four IPVs, HMNZ ships Hawea, Taupo, Rotoiti and Pukaki, have been deployed on fishery monitoring, search and rescue, border security and maritime surveillance around New Zealand’s coastline and, occasionally, further afield.

Regulatory changes in 2012 resulted in operating restrictions around speed and sea states being imposed on them, although the RNZN sometimes granted a waiver.

Subsequently the RNZN assessed them as no longer being suited to the heavy seas typically encountered off New Zealand and further afield.

“The Navy identified that a better capability outcome would be achieved using the current OPVs, HMNZS Otago and Wellington, supplemented with a planned Southern Ocean Patrol Vessel in the mid-2020s,” Rear Admiral Proctor said.

The two remaining IPVs would continue to play a role in providing local fishery monitoring and border protection patrols, as well as providing important Officer of the Watch training and command opportunities for junior officers, he said.

A project team has been set up to investigate disposal options for the two IPVs and to manage the process.

A final decision is expected next year on the best method of disposal.

Rear Admiral Proctor was joined at the decommissioning ceremony by former Commanding Officers and crew of the two IPVs.

Philippine Sends Delegates to Seoul ADEX 2019






Army sends delegates to Seoul ADEX 2019

FORT BONIFACIO, Metro Manila – The Philippine Army sent a delegation to attend the 2019 Seoul International Aerospace and Defense Exhibition (ADEX) in Korea that runs from Oct.14-20, 2019.

ADEX is a biannual event where the latest aerospace and defense innovation and technology is being showcased by about 400 exhibitors from at least 30 countries. The delegation is led by the Army Commanding General Lt. Gen. Macairog S. Alberto.

The Army is set to acquire more air assets in the future after the upgrade of its Army Aviation Battalion into the Army Aviation Regiment early this month. It aims to equip the regiment with attack helicopters, reconnaissance helicopters, and multi-purpose medium lift helicopters. Its engagement in ADEX and similar events is a step towards strengthening its aviation and air defense capabilities.

The highlights of the show are the indoor and outdoor exhibitions. Part of the indoor exhibitions are aircrafts, unmanned aerial vehicles, space material, weapon systems mock-up and full scale, simulator, weapon systems equipment, ground and naval weapons and equipment, and others related to airport facilities. While the outdoor exhibitions include new fighter, military transport aircraft, cargo aircraft, helicopter and civil aircraft, ground equipment such as self-propelled/mobile artillery, armoured fighting vehicle and unarmored vehicle.

Like other exhibitions in the defense industries, the ADEX also holds seminars, conferences, and symposiums aligned with the event.

“The Philippine Army is geared towards enhancing its aviation and air defense capability to address the fast evolving threats faced by the country as well as to put an end to insurgency,” Alberto said.

New Zealand’s First Upgraded Frigate Shows off New Mast




HMNZS Te Kaha's new superstructure. Te Kaha, sitting beside HMNZS TeMana, was the first of the two frigates to start her Frigate System Upgrade in Canada. The new fore & aft masts boast a modern suite of electronic warfare equipment (photo : RNZN)

The Royal New Zealand Navy has shared first photos of the upgraded Anzac-class frigate HMNZS Te Kaha.

The most notable change following the upgrade was the ship’s new fore & aft masts which house a suite of electronic warfare equipment necessary for the Lockheed Martin Canada-developed CMS 330 combat management system.

Lockheed Martin Canada’s CMS 330 combat management system was initially developed for Canada’s Department of National Defence and then modified for the Royal New Zealand Navy with Canada’s support.

HMNZS Te Kaha was the first of two NZ Navy frigates to undergo the extensive modernization, arriving at Seaspan’s shipyard in Victoria, British Columbia, in March 2018.

Under a contract signed between the New Zealand government and Lockheed Martin Canada in 2014, HMNZS Te Kaha was fitted with updated equipment and systems including the combat management system, radar and underwater sonar.

Te Kaha’s sister ship, HMNZS Te Mana, arrived in Canada for the same treatment in March 2019.

In addition CMS upgrades, the frigates are also receiving MBDA’s Sea Ceptor vertical launched, active Common Anti-Air Modular Missile (Maritime) – CAMM(M) which will replace the current RIM7P NATO Seasparrow missile system.


Hanwha Defense Unveils New Amphibious Assault Vehicle






Hanwha Defense is developing a new version of its Korean Amphibious Assault Vehicle (KAAV) (photo : Jane's)

South Korean company Hanwha Defense has unveiled a scale model of its next-generation tracked amphibious assault vehicle at the 2019 Seoul International Aerospace and Defense Exhibition (ADEX).

The Korean Amphibious Assault Vehicle II (KAAV II) is currently being developed for the Republic of Korea (RoK) Marine Corps, said YoungHo Koo, team leader of propulsion and suspension in the Hanwha Defense KAAV II programme group.

The new platform is intended to replace around 200 of the first version of the KAAV currently in operation with the RoK Marine Corps, he said. The KAAV is based on the AAV7A1 amphibious assault vehicle.

Koo said initial development of the KAAV II, which is supported by South Korea's Agency for Defense Development (ADD), is scheduled to be completed by 2022. At that stage Hanwha Defense will hand over to the ADD two prototypes for trials - one for land trials and one for sea trials.

Koo added that second-stage development of the KAAV II will take place between 2023 and 2028, leading to the start of mass production in 2029. Hanwha Defense plans to build the platform at its production facilities in Changwon.

Koo added that the majority of the vehicle will be built by local industry, although the engine and transmission will be imported, at least initially. The engine will be sourced from Germany's MTU, while Canadian company Kinetics Drive Solutions - a subsidiary of Singapore Technologies Engineering - will provide the transmission.

Russia Expects to Fulfill a Contract with Indonesia on the Su-35






The contract with Indonesia for the supply of Su-35 fighters is valid, Dmitry Shugaev, director of the Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation (FSVTS) of Russia, told reporters in Belgrade. According to him, Russia expects to begin its implementation in the foreseeable future.

“Su-35 is not a closed topic, we will talk about development,” said Mr. Shugaev (quoted by Interfax). The head of the FSMTC expressed hope for a decision on the implementation of this contract.

At the end of 2018, Indonesian Air Force spokesman Novyan Samega did not rule out that the supply of the Su-35 could be in jeopardy due to U.S. sanctions. Then it was reported that in case of refusal of Russian fighters, Indonesia will choose the American F-16 Viper. According to Mr. Samega, Jakarta "needs to use a combination of fighters of both eastern and western production."

Before that, Kommersant learned that the shipments planned for October of this year to Indonesia, the Su-35, are being delayed, since the authorities of this country are waiting for guarantees from the United States that they will not apply sanctions due to cooperation with Rosoboronexport.

Life Aboard A Destroyer - A Navy Family - At The Helm







Pakistan Army produced Drama Soap Ehd-e-Wafa | Episode 5 - 20 Oct 2019






Official welcome ceremony for 158 FW’s F-35A






Air Force Col. David Smith, commander of the 158th Fighter Wing, Vermont Air National Guard, Air Force Lt. Gen. Scott Rice, director of the Air National Guard, Air Force Gen. Joseph Lengyel, chief of the National Guard Bureau, Greg Ulmer, vice president and general manager of the F-35 program, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, Patrick Leahy, senator for Vermont, Phil Scott, governor of Vermont and Army Brig. Gen. Gregory Knight, adjutant general of Vermont, attend a welcome ceremony to celebrate the arrival of the F-35 Lightning II to the wing, South Burlington Air National Guard Base, Vt., Oct. 19, 2019. The 158th FW is the first Air National Guard unit to receive the Air Force’s most recent fifth generation aircraft, having received two in September out of a total of 20 that will arrive over the following several months. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Ryan Campbell)

Boston Dynamics - Spot Robot Launch






U.S. troops, Kurdish fighters to leave Syrian border region






18th Battalion Indian Army Dogra Regiment joint training with 1 Div Japanese Self Defense Forces








October 20, 2019

India Begins Using Satellite Guided Artillery Shells against rogue Pakistan Army terrorist training camps









CHINA’S NAVY TO UNVEIL LARGE UNDERWATER ROBOT






Pakistan Army soldier killed in Kashmir - Neelam Valley

81+ killed 54+ unacknowledged since August






How These Self-Aware Robots Are Redefining Consciousness






Russian Military Signalman Day 2019








Singapore National Day Parade 2019 : Military Assets Mobile Column







October 19, 2019

Faulty Pakistan Army trainer aircraft crash-lands near Wazirabad






A Pakistan Army Aviation Mushak trainer aircraft crash-landed in the Wazirabad area of Gujranwala district on Saturday.The two pilots remained safe in the incident.

According to sources, an Army captain and an instructor were on board the aircraft. The plane reportedly developed a technical fault and the crew had to put down the aircraft in a paddy field.

Earlier in July, a small military plane went down in a populated area on the outskirts of Rawalpindi, killing all five crew members on board and at least 13 people on the ground.

The aircraft – belonging to Pakistan Army Aviation – was on a routine training flight when it crashed in a ‘built-up’ area near Mora Kalu.


Belarus Army documentary - 10/19/2019





Two days ago, Turkey paid OPCW €30,000 bribe to cover-up use of M110 155mm WP shells containing White Phosphorous against civilians






Fighter Pilot: The Real Top Gun












South Korea cleared to buy 120 AIM-120C-7/C-8 missiles

A Foreign Military Sale to South Korea for 120 AIM-120C-7/C-8 Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missiles (AMRAAM) has been approved by the Trump administration.






Watch the maiden flight of Iran’s Yasin jet trainer






An Indian Navy ship is deploying Ripple bombs from launchers.







October 18, 2019

Two Pakistan Army soldiers killed in Shawal Valley north waziristan

80+ killed 53+ unacknowledged since August


Sepoy Asim Nawaz 10 Punjab Regiment 





Pakistan Army Maj Zulfiqar in Wana died by hashish drug overdose yesterday


Turkey MOD that a S-70A-28D helicopter of Turkish Army had a hard landing in South of Gre Spi, NE Syria










Hellfire missiles on Apache AH-64







Indo – Mongolian joint military training, Exercise Nomadic Elephant-XIV,






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