July 31, 2020

Chinese PL Army Transformers

S-76 Fleet Achieves 7.5 Million Flight Hours

German Tiger Tank of sPzAbt 504 Destroyed in Italy during WWII

Russian Army aviation during an exercise in the North Caucasus

Russian aircraft Escorting reconnaissance aircraft of the US Air Force and Navy

Swiss Army orders Indago small UAS

Lockheed Martin has secured an order from the Swiss Army for its Indago small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).

KC-46A first refueling mission in USAFE

A KC-46A assigned to McConnell Air Froce Base has carried out the first aerial refueling mission in USAF Europe with a F-16 from Aviano, Italy.

RAFAEL Unveils Multi-Missile SPIKE NLOS Launcher Configuration

Farnborough 2020: Meet the SPIKE 5th Gen Family

Farnborough 2020: Meet the SPICE Air to Surface Missiles Family

July 29, 2020

Iranian Shahed 129 drone in action

Air Strike | Indian Air Force | Balakot Recreated

A-10 Thunderbolt IIs Fire Flares After Refueling

Sniper Platoon Conducts Sniper Gunnery

Introduction to the Fire Direction Officer or FDO

Delivery of C-130 to Philippine Air Force delayed again

The Philippine Air Force will now have to wait till October to take delivery of a C-130 after the United States informed Manila that it is not possible to fly the aircraft over to Philippines this month due to COVID-19.

Body Armor Stops 50 Cal?

Pakistan inducts Al Khalid-I tank

Speaking on the occasion, Gen Bajwa said Pakistan, if provoked by the adversary — a reference to India — would respond with full force.

“Our defence preparation and operational readiness is to ensure peace within and peace without. However, if provoked we shall respond and respond with all our might,” the army chief declared.

Gen Bajwa emphasised the need for bolstering defence and operational preparedness and said there was a dire need of enhancing indigenous defence production in evolving security environment.

Al Khalid-I has been developed in collaboration with China and Ukraine.

The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said the tank, during the ceremony, exhibited some of its “outstanding capabilities”, including mobility, speed, bi-axis gun stabilisation of the control system and use of smoke screen to mask movement.

According to information about the tank on HIT’s website, it is equipped with enhanced protection against smart ammunition and other forms of top attacks. The tank has improved Muzzle Reference System, Solid State Auto Loader, Improved Radiation Detector and independent and effective command and control system for deeper and long-distance operations.

The website further states that the tank is capable of sustainable operations in nuclear environment because of it life support system. It says the tank has been developed for “higher strategic and tactical mobility”. It is also said to be capable of fighting in built up areas or the urban warfare.

The ISPR said Al Khalid-I will be handed over to formations which have critical and decisive role during wars.

HIT Chairman Major General Syed Aamer Raza highlighted the ongoing projects, achievements of his organisation and its contribution to defence production in pursuit of self-reliance.

Boeing’s rendering of F-15JSI shows it carrying the JASSM

Boeing has announced that it had signed a Direct Commercial Sale agreement with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) to upgrade Japan’s F-15J to the F-15JSI.

Artillery Shells in Slow Motion

12th Combat Aviation Brigade conducts duel door gunnery in Germany

Lt. j.g. Madeline “Maddy” Swegle, U.S. Navy’s first Black female fighter pilot

She will be getting her wings of gold this Friday.

2020 Wings over Warren Air Show

The Wings over Warren Air Show took place at F. E. Warren Air Force Base on Jul. 22. Despite the last minute pull out of the Thunderbirds, other aircraft such as the F-22, F-35 from Hill Air Force Base, Utah, A-10, B-1 Lancer and KC-46A were there to perform flying demontsrations.

July 28, 2020

Chinese fake military researcher spy hiding out in China’s San Francisco consulate is arrested

She says she did not understand the meaning of the military insignia on various uniforms

Chinese researcher accused of hiding her military affiliations and believed to have been sheltering for weeks in the Chinese consulate in San Francisco has been arrested by US authorities, officials announced on Friday.

According to court documents, Tang entered the US last December on an educational exchange visa to conduct cancer treatment research at the University of California, Davis, but did not disclose apparent military ties in her visa application.

South China Morning Post reports she denied to FBI agents that she had served in the military, and said she did not understand the meaning of the military insignia on various uniforms she was pictured wearing in photographs discovered in authorities’ investigations. By G-d they think we are stupid.

Royal Thai Army getting G500 for VIP transport

The Royal Thai Army is going to spend $42 million next year to purchase a G500 executive jet to replace its aging Beechcraft 1900.

Indian Air Force Rafale spotted during Mid Air refuelling by French Air Force A330

17 CAV AH-64 Apaches Land on USS Lewis B. Puller

101st Combat Aviation Brigade arrives in Greece for Atlantic Resolve

Elements of the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB), 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) have arrived in Port of Alexandroupoli, Greece as part of a nine-month rotation supporting Altantic Resolve.

Chinese J-15 night time buddy air refueling

New tanker aircraft arrived at Eindhoven Air Base

July 27, 2020

Delivery of ARES | Armoured Vehicle | British Army

Highlights of Russian Navy Day celebrations

Indian Air Force gets ready to induct new Rafales

Massive Chinese unemployment - a large number of unemployed people took to the streets in Dongguan city in Guangdong province to protest against unemployment

Boarding a US NAVY NUCLEAR SUBMARINE in the Arctic

Marine 3rd Force Recon Embodies the Creed

Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Network of Spies | Secrets of War | Timeline

July 26, 2020

Chinese military spies working as researchers in American and Western universities to steal technology and IP secrets

Chinese military copies the technology after theft and sells cheap products on the market 

A Chinese researcher accused of concealing her ties to the Chinese military on a visa application she submitted so she could work in the US was booked on Friday into a Northern California jail and was expected to appear in federal court on Monday.

Sacramento County jail records show Juan Tang, 37, was being held on behalf of federal authorities after she was arrested by the US Marshals Service. It was unclear if she had an attorney who could comment on her behalf.

The Justice Department on Thursday announced charges against Tang and three other scientists living in the US, saying they lied about their status as members of China’s Peoples Liberation Army. All were charged with visa fraud.

Tang was the last of the four to be arrested, after the justice department accused the Chinese consulate in San Francisco of harbouring a known fugitive. The consulate did not immediately respond to email and Facebook messages seeking comment and it was not possible to leave a telephone message.

The Justice Department said Tang lied about her military ties in a visa application last October as she made plans to work at the University of California, Davis and again during an FBI interview months later. Agents found photos of Tang dressed in military uniform and reviewed articles in China identifying her military affiliation.

UC Davis said Tang left her job as a visiting researcher in the Department of Radiation Oncology in June. Her work was funded by a study-based exchange program affiliated with China’s Ministry of Education, the university said in a statement.

Top 5 INCREDIBLE Helicopter Maneuvers

Large-scale airborne exercises in the Russian Ryazan region

Sling-load! CH-47 Chinooks Carry the M777 Howitzers

Islamic terrorists kill Pakistan Army soldier

Pony 10 - soloist of the Frecce Tricolori

F-16 Operations • Sentry Aloha Hawaii

Indian Air Force salutes the indomitable courage, valour and sacrifice of Kargil Heroes

July 25, 2020

Pakistan Air chief witnesses operational exercise at PAF Base QADRI in Skardu Gilgit Baltistan

Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan, Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force visited PAF Base, Qadri at Skardu in Gilgit-Baltistan province today.

The Air Chief witnessed various operational activities at the base including rapid deployment of fighter aircraft and combat support elements. He was also briefed on the ongoing infrastructure development works at the base.

The Air Chief appreciated operational preparedness of the base personnel and expressed his satisfaction over the pace of developmental works.

Addressing base personnel, the Air Chief stated that PAF is fully cognizant of the geo-strategic developments in the region. He said that the aggressive military procurements by the enemy are not going unnoticed and necessary measures are in place to ensure the balance of military power in conventional domain as well.

Old tanks left underwater

U 32 German Submarine

Greco-Italian War 1940

Leopard 1A5 Tank In Action - GoPro Turret Cam & Interior View

Launch a Drone from Another Drone

Rheinmetall – MBT Challenger 2 - Advanced Technologies

USAF over Alaska

July 23, 2020

Egypt’s Su-35 undergoing flight testing

VIP section of Japanese Air Force One 747 restored

The VIP section from a former Japanese Air Force One 747 has been restored at the Ishikawa Prefectural Aviation Plaza.

India could send MiG-29Ks to IAF base in the northern sector

India could send the Navy’s MiG-29Ks to an air force base in the northern sector, media reports in the country are reporting.

Do You Know What a Field Artillery Fire Direction Officer Does?

Bell APT Military Mission

Largest Floods in Chinese History Wiped Out the Country’s Food & Grain Supply

USS Gerald R. Ford's third commissioning birthday

NZ - Droop and Coning Stops

July 20, 2020

The Rafale Is Much More Agile Than The F-35

Footage showing ‘cartel forces’ in Mexico

Iranian special forces and the indestructible Iranian pitcher

Dutch DSI Elite Police Raids After Cracking Of Global Encrypted Crime Network

Royal Australian AF 2020 Force Structure Plan and the Space Domain

US Navy ’s USS Nimitz carrier battle group will conduct a passage exercise with Indian Navy frontline ships today & tomorrow near the Andaman & Nicobar islands

Japanese navy ship and Philippine Navy aircraft C-90 in the South China Sea


Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicles (MRAP) In US Military

July 19, 2020

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Unidentified Aerial Phenomena

Royal Air Force Atlas A400M delivered a cargo load weighing 23 tonnes by parachute over Salisbury Plain in a record-breaking test

1st Armored Brigade mobile mortar launcher

Induction ceremony of state of the art Corvette, PNS YARMOOK held at Pakistan Navy Dockyard, Karachi

Indonesia Interested in Buying Austrian Eurofighter

Indonesia wants to buy the Austrian Eurofighter. Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto offers his counterpart Klaudia Tanner (ÖVP) a letter to buy all 15 interceptors, reports "Die Presse" in its Sunday edition.

The defense department confirmed receipt of the letter but did not want to comment further on the letter.

"Please allow me to contact you directly on a very important matter for the Republic of Indonesia," the minister wrote in English. A German consultant informed Prabowo that Austria bought the Eurofighter in 2002. "In order to modernize the Indonesian Air Force, I would like to enter into official negotiations with you to buy all 15 Eurofighters for the Republic of Indonesia," quotes "Die Presse" from the letter, dated July 10 and in the Ministry at the end of last week has arrived.

Prabowo apparently knows the clashes over the Eurofighter in Austria and the efforts to get rid of these planes: "I am aware of the sensitivity of the matter," writes the Indonesian minister. He knows the circumstances of the Eurofighter purchase in Austria and its effects to the present day. "Nevertheless, I am sure that my offer offers opportunities for both sides," he believes.

CC-138 Twin Otter of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF)

Portugal - Gun training

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