Zumwalt class was supposed to be the successor to the very potent Arleigh Burke class destroyer. It would further the bar of naval vessel capability beyond any system either testing or serving today. They went from that to having a … Continue reading USS Zumwalt: From Being the Best to Barely Practical
For nearly a century now, Tanks have ruled the battlefield. No land based vehicle has single handedly instilled as much fear of death and destruction as much as a tank. Earliest tanks include the iconic British Mark IV and the … Continue reading Tanks & their Tanked Future
At the moment, the Indian Navy has arguably one of the best fighters in the region operating from its sole carrier INS Vikramaditya. Within a couple of years, the new INS Vikrant also featuring MiG-29Ks. The future of Indian naval … Continue reading India’s Carrier Fighter Conundrum
We have been hearing the idea that one day, serving men and women will not have have any authority over fighting machines. That, once the higher command gives the electronic orders, fighters, ships, subs and armored vehicles will attain their … Continue reading Why haven’t drones taken over from manned battle machines?
So while stealth is proliferating, is it that big a threat? This is a very very common misconception. Most fighters today are optimised to be difficult to spot on X-Band radars. These bands are the frequency ranges of the radio … Continue reading Here is why Stealth might not work!!
Let us test your memory. Think of a conflict where a carrier was used in combat. I am sure, several WW2 conflicts would first come to your mind. Let us think post WW2 and lemme throw in another challenge, the … Continue reading Carriers of the Indian Navy: INS Vikrant R11
A few photographs marking the journey of our aircraft building programmes and the early years of the IAF. I am not covering the full history of the IAF as that deserves a thread of its own and I have to … Continue reading Seeds Of The IAF & Learning To Build Aircraft