China has installed oxygen production and supply plant for troops stationed in the Qinghai-Tibet plateau and Pamir plateau regions. Under this project, People's Liberation Army has equipped about 800-plus troop units with 165 oxygen generation stations, eight hyperbaric oxygen chambers, 12 plateau oxygen trucks, 4,807 small oxygen generators and 6,830 oxygen cylinders,
Saab has developed a new app called WE:Go for soldiers using the firms GAMER instrumented training system. Currently, most training after-action reviews present the exercise results to the entire group, platoon or company
The Indian Army which is now operating two regiments of the indigenously-developed truck-mounted Pinaka multi-barrel rocket launcher (MBRL) systems, is eyeing to induct another eight by 2022. The army is looking at raising the number to 22 within a decade to add firepower to its artillery, an official was quoted as saying by
Indian Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar during his two days visit has proposed a number of new initiatives to strengthen the capability of Bangladesh Armed Forces. During the visit, which concluded Thursday, Indian Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar had wide-ranging discussions with the political and military leadership of Bangladesh to further strengthen the ties between the armed forces of both the countries
Iran has started the construction of two large naval zones and three bases on the coasts of Makran, located in Iran's southeastern region, next to the Oman Sea. “We are building two naval zones and three naval bases on Makran coasts, and this is in line with our policy of making a return to the sea,” Iranian Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari said at a press conference in Tehran on Monday, as quoted by Tasnim News agency
Poland will build a 800 million Euros worth new territorial defense force of 53,000 volunteers by 2019 in order to guard against threats from Russia. The force will be similar to the US National Guard in that it is comprised of civilians who undergo military training, Defense Minister Atoni Macierewicz said Monday
The Indian Air Force is modifying its medical norms for pilots and new applicants by striking off a number of abnormalities or ailments from the list that deemed pilots to be medically unfit for flying. Speaking on the sidelines of the 64th International Congress of Aviation and Space Medicine on Monday, Air Marshal Pawan Kapoor, Director General Medical Services (Air), said no evidence was found that spinal deformities like Schmorl's nodes affect flying, though it was earlier thought that it may lead to fracture in case of ejection or other such situations, PTI reports
Radio conversations between various Pakistani formations have revealed that Lashker-e-Taiba (LeT) militants have suffered severe damage in surgical strikes that was being conducted on terror launch pads. The assessment reports available from Indian army field units that included radio conversations between various Pakistani formations have revealed that the damage inflicted on LeT at Dudniyal launch pad in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir, is maximum
The Indian Army ground forces have requested for a long list of equipments, including rifles, ammunition and bulletproof jackets in response to notifications received from the Army and BSF to list out their requirements. The troops on the ground have responded with their demands to provide rifles, ammunition, bulletproof jackets, hand-held thermal imagers, night vision devices, sandbags to fresh communication lines,
The current batch of Indian Air Force woman trainees have been qualified as transport and helicopter pilots. "In the current batch of cadets undergoing training, women trainees have not qualified for being inducted as fighter pilots but have succeeded in training as transport and helicopter pilots," an IAF official was quoted as saying by
North Korea is upgrading its largest naval facility Munchon located on the east coast, including conventional as well as mass destructive weapons. Satellite images analyzed Thursday on 38 North, a website of Johns Hopkins University, suggest that the countrys leader Kim Jong Un is likely to be investing heavily on the country's largest naval facility for coastal defenses
The US Navy tested a technology innovation that makes landing fixed-wing aircraft aboard an aircraft carrier easier. The Maritime Augmented Guidance with Integrated Controls for Carrier Approach and Recovery Precision Enabling Technologies, or Magic Carpet, is advanced technology designed to streamline the aircraft carrier landing process, which provides improved safety, efficiency and success rates in recovering fixed-wing aircraft on board aircraft carriers, according to the Navy press release
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