September 22, 2017
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Pointed kill
APRIL 2014: After the pilotless aircrafts, combat drones and the satellite monitored net centric warfare, the laser technology will dramatically change the way the soldiers of two rival nations fight.
 
Deep penetration
APRIL 2014: After the laser dazzler that can disorient an enemy fighter pilot or disrupt the guidance system of airborne missiles emerged from the Defence Research and Development Organisation laboratories other uses for the technology have been contemplated.
 
Fresh approach
MARCH 2014: Since many of the Indian airfields are of dual civil-military facilities it would be natural to assume that if anything interferes with the operation of civil aircraft the same would apply to military aircraft as well. Though the latter are by and
 
Information grid
MARCH 2014: In so far as the acquisition of state of the art and well equipped communication systems is concerned, the Indian Army appears to be a laggard in comparison to the two other services.
 
Impenetrable defence
MARCH 2014: As the security environment in the South Asian region remains volatile and the armies of three countries India, Pakistan and China continue to face each other backed by a force of hundreds of nuclear bombs the governments are
 
Valuable assistance
FEBRUARY 2014: Unmanned robots already have proven their worth on the battlefield, neutralizing improvised explosive devices, and more capable ones are
 
Self navigation
FEBRUARY 2014: The US Army Tank-Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) and Lockheed Martin have demonstrated the
 
Plugging loopholes
FEBRUARY 2014: Indian armed forces are now focusing on the advancement in new generation military technology realizing the eventuality of a possible
 
Augmenting strength
FEBRUARY 2014: With the dwindling squadron strength, the IAF had long ago adopted a viable strategy to maintain its combat potential by moving on two tracks
 
Vertical flight
JANUARY 2014: Sikorsky Innovations, the technology development organization of Sikorsky Aircraft Corp has won a contract for Phase 1 of the Vertical Take-Off and Landing Experimental Aircraft (VTOL X-Plane) program by the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).