SP's Land Forces - Issue 2 - 2019<< Previous Issue Next Issue >>
We need to move away from a hyped up national fervour bordering on jingoism orchestrated by a hyperbolic media to a balanced view on national security issues.
The larger strategic picture of evolving subcontinental geopolitics remains blurred in some of the myths, realities and challenges that merit a review
Integrated tactical communications systems are expected to be the key in military communications trends as technology makes ever-advanced capabilities possible
Timothy Soine, Sr. Manager, Product Management, International Radio Products, Communication Systems, Harris Corporation.
Army’s Tactical Communication System (TCS), which should have been fielded in year 2000 was expected to kick-start in 2017 has been meandering till date
Integration of thermal and laser imagery with electro-optic systems is the way ahead for effective surveillance solutions by day and night in all weather conditions
Trijicon, Inc., global provider of innovative aiming solutions for the hunting, shooting, military and law enforcement markets is pleased to announce the promotion of Chuck Wahr to Global Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
SP’s Land Forces’ Vishal Thapar profiles some of the world’s most iconic military rifles, and also takes a peek into the Indian Army’s new Infantry weapons
The first lot of six indigenised and upgraded Bofors artillery guns was handed over to the Indian Army by the Gun Carriage Factory, Jabalpur, on April 8.
Amidst military tensions with Pakistan, the Army top brass has initiated re-prioritisation of its procurements to ensure operational readiness.
The National War Memorial was dedicated to the nation by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on February 25, bringing the supreme sacrifice made by 25,942 military troops since Independence centre-stage to New Delhi’s capitol complex.
Prospects for the Israeli Spike missile have got a new lease of life in the Indian market with the Indian Army reportedly putting this system on the fast track procurement route.
Israeli Elbit has won the Indian Army’s 155 mm, 52 calibre towed artillery gun competition, of which the import content alone is valued at over $1 Billion.
Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO) today successfully test fired indigenously designed & developed Long Range Sub-Sonic Cruise Missile “Nirbhay” from the Integrated Test Range (ITR), Chandipur Odisha.
The US Army has completed its New Equipment Training (NET) at Fort Campbell, Kentucky for the MQ-1C ER Gray Eagle Extended Range.
Kalyani Group and Thales have formalized a new collaboration for the design, development and manufacture of next generation weapons systems for the Defence and Law Enforcement sectors in India and abroad.
Defence Research and Defence Organisation (DRDO) today successfully test fired the Guided PINAKA from Pokhran ranges.
This year has been very eventful so far with the onset of National Elections, expectations of a new government and budget, and tangible tension on the Indo-Pak border.