November 23, 2020

SPIKE SR missile capabilities demonstrated in Estonia

 


Philippine Air Force (PAF) has only one serviceable C-130

 Three out of four C-130 cargo planes in service with the Philippine Air Force (PAF) are in maintenance, a local Senator has disclosed.



Taurus Sytems GmbH hopes to develop Taurus K-2 with South Korea

 The president of Taurus Systems Korea Co. says his parent company hopes to develop a smaller, longer-range Taurus K-2 cruise missile jointly with South Korea.




India, Singapore, Thailand navies conclude exercise SITMEX-20

The second iteration of the trilateral military exercise SITMEX has concluded in the Andaman Sea.


PLA Zhi-20 helicopter high altitude tests

 


Taiwanese Keelung-class and Jiyang-class warship search for missing F-16


 

French Transall enters the history of operations in Africa

 


Russian MPC will take part in the demining of terrain, roads and objects in Nagorno-Karabakh


 

USS Carl Vinson Conducts Operations (November 2020)


 

Greek (Hellenic ) Navy - Port of Crete operations

 


United States Air Force Lockheed Martin F-22A Raptors

 


Russian FSB Special Forces Use Armed Robot During Urban Training Exericse


 

Tank Fail: Merkava Tank Flips Over


 

November 19, 2020

Global Debt Crisis ALERT

- Keep Large amount of Cash at home 

- Gradually Stock up on Food, daily necessities and medical supplies



- Beware of Fake news / Mainstream media news and Rumors.

-Protect yourself and loved ones.

The National Air and Space Museum receives a Blue Angels F/A-18C Hornet

 


GLOWING OBJECTS at AREA 51 | Position, Location, & Explanation


 

Elbit Systems \ E LynX SAT


 

Elbit Systems / ATHOS


 

Gods of War: Russia Celebrates the Day of Rocket Forces and Artillery


 

Belarus gunners

 



South Korean GRAD In Action - K136 Multiple Rocket Launcher System Loading & Live Fire

Black Hawk Helicopter Crew Saves Little Girl From Floodwater In Honduras

New Embraer KC-390 Millennium Airlifters to Hungary

November 18, 2020

Leonardo Company - The story of the blade


 

Exercise MALABAR 2020 - Indian, Australian , US and Japanese Navies








 

Indian Navy Vikramaditya & US Navy Nimitz with Scorpène class Khanderi out front for this flotilla shot from Malabar 2020

 









USS John Finn Successful SM-3 Block IIA Intercept Test.


 

American Rheinmetall Defense – Next-generation solutions for the U.S. Armed Forces


 

55th Rescue Squadron Exercises


 

Naval Strike Missile NSM: The Proven Solution


 

SpaceX's CRS-21 Mission to the Space Station: What's On Board

 


Russia - Ships of the Black Sea Fleet entered the area of the international exercises "Bridge of Friendship-2020"


 

Russia-Pakistan Active Phase of Exercise Friendship 2020 Begins in Pakistan


 

US Navy destroys ICBM using new interceptor for first time


 

Most Feared Soldier - The One-Man Army with 116 Kills


 

Combat Search And Rescue (CSAR) Training • USAF/55th RQS

 


November 14, 2020

India, Philippines Expected to Sign Agreement on BrahMos Missile System in 2021

 


The governments of India and Philippines are looking into signing an agreement regarding the BrahMos missile system during the planned summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Rodrigo Duterte in 2021, according to report by Indian newspaper Hindustan Times.

In line with the expected signing, BrahMos Aerospace officials are expected to visit Philippines in December to address remaining details regarding the deal.“The BrahMos team is expected to iron out a few kinks and address some small issues so that the deal can be signed during the upcoming summit. Everything else has been worked out,” a source cited by Hindustan Times said.

Russian Deputy Chief of Mission at the Russian Embassy in India Roman Babushkin was also quoted by Hindustan Times during an online media briefing saying “all tests of contemporary versions are successful. They were carried out mainly to increase the range of this exclusive missile. We are exporting it to third countries beginning with the Philippines.”BrahMos is a joint development between Russian Federation’s NPO Mashinostroyeniya and India’s Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).

In October last year, Philippine Army officials visited Indian Navy Ship Sahyadri docked at Pier 15 in Manila. The Indian Navy warship is armed with BrahMos missile system.The Philippine Army said that it is “interested in acquiring this type of missile as it will strengthen our coastal defense operations.”

Also in October 2019, the Army activated the 1st Land-based Missile System Battery (1LBMS Btry) under Army Artillery Regiment (AAR) in preparation for the acquisition of land-based missile system.
Moreover, the Army displayed a mock-up unit of the BrahMos land-based missile system for its two-day Philippine Army Technology Day 2019 in December 2019.

Hanwha Selects Kongsberg for Australia's ‘Huntsman' Project

 

Hanwha Defense Australia (HDA) has announced a partnership with Kongsberg Defence Australia (KDA) in support of its bid to supply the Australian Army with K9 155 mm self-propelled howitzers (SPHs) and 15 K10 armoured ammunition resupply vehicles (AARVs).

HDA said on 13 November that KDA will be responsible for integrating command, control, communications, and computing (C4) capability into the two platforms – to be known in Australia as the ‘Huntsman’ family of vehicles – which are expected to be acquired through the Protected Mobile Fires programme under Project Land 8116 Phase 1.In early September HDA, which is the local subsidiary of South Korea’s Hanwha Defense, was named by the Australian government as preferred supplier in the programme. HDA was issued with a request for tender (RFT) later that month.

HDA said its selection of Kongsberg to supply C4 integration was a “natural choice”, given that the Norwegian-headquartered company provides the digital architecture and fire-control system for Hanwha Defense’s K9 and K10 platforms.Hanwha Defense and Kongsberg have previously partnered on projects to supply K9 and K10 platforms to Norway and K9 SPHs to Finland and Estonia.

France selects MHT/MLP for its Tiger attack helicopter

France has selected MBDA’s MHT/MLP missile as its Future Tactical Air-to-Surface Missile (MAST-F) for the Tiger attack helicopter.



Covering and escorting peacekeepers of the RF Armed Forces by army aviation helicopters


 

Watch: Successful test firing of DRDO-developed Quick Reaction Surface to Air Missile


 

Australian Lynx KF41 Infantry Fighting Vehicle Unveiled for Land 400 Phase 3 Program


 



Rheinmetall has unveiled the first of three Lynx KF41 Infantry Fighting Vehicles designed, developed and manufactured for the Commonwealth of Australia’s $AUD18.1 billion (11.1 MrdEUR) Land 400 Phase 3 program.

Lynx is a next generation tracked, digitised and highly protected Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV) built to meet the stringent military requirements of Land 400 Phase 3. The Australian Army needs a new IFV for close combat to close in and defeat an enemy in the most dangerous and lethal environments for Australian soldiers.

Rheinmetall is delivering each of the Lynx vehicles to compete in the test and evaluation trials as part of the Risk Mitigation Activity (RMA) to be conducted around Australia over a 12 month timeframe from November 2020. If successful, the Lynx fleet will be manufactured in Queensland at Rheinmetall’s new Military Vehicle Centre of Excellence (MILVEHCOE) at Redbank south-west of Brisbane.

The RMA trials will incorporate a range of tests including lethality, mobility and protection. The vehicle unveiled will be the focus of blast testing at a dedicated Commonwealth facility in coming months.Lynx was unveiled at a closed ceremony with selected Australian industry partners at the MILVEHCOE. Each of the Lynx vehicles delivered into the RMA trials will incorporate a significant level of Australian industry content and local partners to the Rheinmetall offer for Land 400 Phase 3 will be announced in coming weeks.“Rheinmetall looks forward to demonstrating the capability of this next generation infantry fighting vehicle,” said Rheinmetall Defence Australia Managing Director Gary Stewart. “We believe Lynx is the best vehicle in its class and sets a new standard in protection and the lethality needed to survive and defeat any adversary.

“Lynx has been developed so it is positioned at an ideal level of maturity when Australia needs it to enter service - and it will have a growth path to extend these capabilities through its 40-year life.”Lynx has been selected by the Hungarian Armed Forces for the delivery of more than 200 vehicles in the first launch order for the vehicle globally. Rheinmetall Defence Australia will export turrets to the value of $150 million manufactured by Australians – and will soon announce further export orders into the Hungarian program including orders for Australian SMEs.Rheinmetall is delivering 211 8x8 Boxer Combat Reconnaissance Vehicles (CRV) to the Australian Army after the vehicle was selected by the Commonwealth after 12 months of RMA trials by Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel in 2016-2017.

B-52 Rotary Launcher Munitions Readiness Exercise


 

Air Force Roulettes Celebrate NAIDOC Week


 

November 13, 2020

Indian Navy - Under construction Indian Navy Visakhapatnam class destroyer along with Scorpene-class Vagir


 

Japanese JS SHIMAKAZE (DDG 172)🇯🇵 conducted a bilateral exercise with Australian HMAS ARUNTA (FFH 151)

JS SHIMAKAZE (DDG 172)🇯🇵 conducted a bilateral exercise with HMAS ARUNTA (FFH 151)
Australian Navy  in waters west of Kyushu.
Through these exercises, JMSDF strengthen further cooperation with the Royal Australian Navy and continue to contribute regional stability.





 

U.S. Army test fires LOWER AD interceptor

 The U.S. Army’s Combat Capabilities Development Command announced that it has test fired its Low-Cost Extended Range Air Defense (LOWER AD) missile interceptor.



David Fravor

 




1,350 Ton Gun - Largest Artillery Gun Ever


 



On the Frontlines of the Fighting in Azerbaijan

 


Russian peacekeepers enter Stepanakert


 

Chinese "Struggle" manned submersible dived further than 10,000 meters in the Mariana Trench


 

Russian Military acceptance. Buggy in uniform


 

November 11, 2020

Russian peacekeepers in Nagorno-Karabakh


 

South Korean K136 130mm class Multiple Rocket Launcher Guryoung


 

Highly maneuverable air combat on Su-35S fighters in Karelia


 

First Royal Australian Navy Frigate with Upgraded Satcoms Goes to Sea


 MASTIS milestone as HMAS Parramatta departs Sydney

A critical maritime satellite communications (SATCOM) project milestone will be achieved this week when HMAS Parramatta departs Garden Island, NSW.She is the first of fourteen Royal Australian Navy (RAN) ships to have an upgraded maritime satellite communications terminals installed.

 The Advanced SATCOM Terrestrial Infrastructure System, Maritime Communications Element (MASTIS) terminal upgrade project will provide a major enhancement to the RAN system operations.The upgraded MASTIS capability is being installed on the Landing Helicopter Dock ships, the ANZAC fleet, the Guided Missile Destroyers and amphibious support ship HMAS Choules.

 HMAS Choules, the second ship to be upgraded, will depart Garden Island shortly after Parramatta. The remaining 12 ships will be upgraded during their planned maintenance cycles over the next 12-18 months.The upgraded terminals will provide increased bandwidth, greater efficiency of Defence satellite capacity and enhanced network interoperability between ships, aircraft and land-based platforms.

 As part of the program, the land based MASTIS training facility will be upgraded at North Ryde for RAN training.BAE Systems Australia Defence Delivery Director Andrew Gresham said:

 “The company is a world leader in the development and delivery of bespoke communications technologies including the long-standing support to the MASTIS terminals.

 “The sailing of the first ships to receive their MASTIS upgrade is a really important milestone in this program and demonstrates our commitment to collaborating with the Commonwealth to bring timely capability to the fingertips of the end users.“BAE Systems Australia’s commitment to the sustainment of our Navy fleet goes beyond the vessels themselves.”

Chinese J-10C and J-16s dogfight to achieve air superiority




No Canadian soldiers awarded Victoria Cross in Afghanistan


 

FJ-3 Fury of VF-62 on USS Essex (1959)


 

South Korea - Republic of Korea Navy Edition


 

THE RUSSIAN ARMY - modernised, rearmed and revitalised


 

GERMAN TANKS - Technology, Development & History | Full Documentary


 

DND Reportedly Releases Award for Russian Mi-171 under Heavy Lift Helicopter Acquisition Project

 


The Department of National Defense (DND) has reportedly released the Notice of Award (NOA) for Philippine Air Force (PAF)’s Heavy Lift Helicopter Acquisition Project.According to MaxDefense Philippines, NOA was released “in favor of the Russian government in a deal worth Php12.797 billion, that will involve the supply of the Mil Mi-171 Hip helicopter.”

MaxDefense added that “a contract is expected to be signed soon.”In line with the reported award, the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) has approved and released a Special Allotment Release Order (SARO) worth PHP1,919,626,490.00.“To cover the funding requirements for the fifteen percent (15%) Advance Payment of the Heavy Lift Helicopter Acquisition Project for the Philippine Air Force under the Revised Armed Forces of the Philippines Modernization Program,” DBM said regarding the purpose of the SARO.

In March this year, the Philippine Embassy in Russia reported that DND and Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) officials inspected aircraft plant and training center in Moscow, Russia in connection with the planned acquisition of Mi-171 heavy lift helicopters for PAF.

Su-30SM. With a stroke of the wing

 


November 10, 2020

S. Korea launches new 3,000-ton-class SLBM submarine


 South Korea launched a new 3,000-ton-class indigenous submarine on Tuesday capable of firing submarine-launched ballistic missiles in an effort to boost underwater defense capabilities.

The ceremony for the mid-class diesel-powered submarine, named after a prominent Korean independent fighter, Ahn Mu, took place at the Okpo Shipyard of Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Co. in the southeastern city of Geoje.

Kazakhstan takes delivery of new Su-30SM fighters

Kazakhstan says it has taken delivery of new Su-30SM fighters and these jets were delivered to Karaganda air base.



 

Boeing says Japan plans to incorporate most F-15EX features except the FBW

In an interview with Air Force Magazine, Boeing’s Vice President and F-15 Program Manager Prat Kumar says “Japan is planning to incorporate many of the EX features except the fly-by-wire system.”



 

Firing an AK47 Underwater


 

Happy 245th Birthday - Message from the Commandant and Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps


 

China's PLA naval aviation forces low-altitude assaults to enhance maritime combat capabilities


 

Chinese PLA antique Type 67 dual-purpose machine gun


 

Black Hornet Super Small Drone


 

WW2 - Nazis on trial


 

Italian naveMartinengo in action to combat piracy in the Gulf of Guinea

 


November 9, 2020

Day and night refueling of fighters and bombers of the Southern Military District from the Il-78 tankers of the Russian Aerospace Forces


 

Gurkhas Trial A Potential NEW Element Of The Combat Infantryman's Course | Forces TV


 

Rheinmetall Air Defence: Oerlikon Skyranger 35 - Mobile Air Defence System


 

Watch Just How Powerful GAU-21 Machine Gun, M134 Minigun & Hydra 70 Rocket In Action


 

The Features of Indian Rafale Jets That Make It The Deadliest Fighter Jet


 

Fast-attack Submarine USS New Mexico (SSN 779) Virtual Tour


 

F-4J Phantom II Crash at St. Louis (1968)


 

Armenian Army In Heavy Street Fighting With Azerbaijani Forces In Shusha City


 

November 4, 2020

US, Indian, Japanese and Australian navies in Exercise Malabar 2020


 

Columns returning from Latvia in a military police escort


 

Air-Defense Russian Forces fighters launched air-to-air missiles in Primorye


 

Japan has not enough money for F-15JSI modifications

 The Asahi Shimbun says Japan’s plan to modify 20 F-15s to carry long-range cruise missiles is in jeopardy as only $103 million has been set aside to upgrade two fighters.



Two more F-16s delivered to Romania

 The Romanian Air Force has taken delivery of two more F-16 fighters from Portugal. This is the third and fourth aircraft from a batch of five jets bought from Portugal.



USS Bataan (LHD 5) Starts Her Next Shipyard Period - Navy Readiness


 

Russian FSB Special Forces Storm Train During Raid Training


 

November 1, 2020

Gulf States interested to buy Israeli defensive weapons

 Israeli news site Globes says that “several Gulf States” have expressed interest in buying defensive equipment from Rafael.



U.S. Marines Scout Sniper Training With M40A6 Sniper Rifles


 

Belarusian air defense system annually undergoes a serious test during exercises with combat launches

 


Collins Aerospace has secured a $700 million contract to replace the ejection seats on the F-15 fleet of the U.S. Air Force


 

Just How Powerful is American MK-15 Phalanx CIWS


 

Su-30SM developers recommend delivering the best protection in nearby Cuban


 

Russian Combat Helicopters In Action: MIL MI-24 Hind & Kamov KA-52 Alligator Unleash Their Firepower


 

Littoral Combat Ship 25 Launches


 

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