India tests new BrahMos variant

by Parth Shukla & Shaurav Gairola

BrahMos Aerospace conducted additional test-firing of its universal long-range supersonic cruise missile system from the Integrated Test Range, Chandipur, off the coast of Odisha, on the east coast of India, at 1030 h local time on 20 January.

The variant of the BrahMos missile that was tested was not confirmed by the Indian Ministry of Defence (MoD). However, Janes


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Algeria parades converted T-62 tanks

by Jeremy Binnie

Two of the T-62s with Berezhok turrets in the military parade in Algiers on 5 July. (AFP via Getty Images)

The Algerian People's National Army (ANP) unveiled the T-62 tanks that it has converted into fire-support vehicles during the parade marking the 60th anniversary of the country's independence on 5 July.


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Decreasing margins: The Indian Air Force's dwindling air superiority

by Akhil Kadidal

For decades, the Indian Air Force concentrated its military air infrastructure and units against Pakistan. However, since 2015 China has been accelerating the building of new airports and airbases near India's border. (Janes)

For decades, the Indian Air Force (IAF) commanded an advantage in air superiority against regional adversaries such as Pakistan and China. However, a mix of domestic policies and technological advances by Beijing is eroding India's tactical advantages.

As the world's fourth largest air force, according to Janes


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Sikorsky Raider X prototype 90% complete, engine delivery expected in November

by Gillian Rich

The Sikorsky Raider X was 90% complete in June 2022 at the company's West Palm Beach facility. The aircraft is shown here with the turreted cannon under the nose and with the weapons bay door open, with the modular effects launcher attached. (Sikorsky)

Sikorsky said that the prototype Raider X, its submission for the US Army's Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA) programme, is 90% complete and the company has 98% of parts on hand for the build.

The company is waiting for the T901-GE-900 Improved Turbine Engine (ITE) from General Electric to arrive in November 2022.


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