Top 10 Most Powerful Weapon of Indian Military 2018 | भारतीय सेना के 10 सबसे शक्तिशाली खतरनाक हथियार


Top 10 Most Powerful Weapon of Indian Military 2018 | भारतीय सेना के 10 सबसे शक्तिशाली खतरनाक हथियार
Top 10 Most Powerful Weapon of Indian Military | भारतीय सेना के 10 सबसे शक्तिशाली खतरनाक हथियार

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The Sukhoi Su-30MKI is a twinjet multirole air superiority fighter developed by Russia’s Sukhoi and built under licence by India’s Hindustan Aeronautics Limited for the Indian Air Force.

The BrahMos is a medium-range ramjet supersonic cruise missile that can be launched from submarine, ships, aircraft, or land. It is the fastest supersonic cruise missile in the world.

INS Chakra is a 8,140-tonne (8,010-long-ton) Project 971 (or Project 518; NATO: Akula-class submarine) nuclear-powered attack submarine. The construction of the Nerpa submarine was started in 1993, but was then suspended due to lack of funding. The Indian Navy sponsored the building and sea trials of the submarine provided it was given to the Indian Navy on lease for 10 years.

The DRDO Airborne Early Warning and Control System (AEWACS) is a project of India’s Defence Research and Development Organisation to develop an airborne early warning and control system for the Indian Air Force. It is also referred to as DRDO NETRA AEW&CS system.

INS Vikramaditya (Sanskrit, Vikramāditya meaning “Brave as the Sun”) is a modified Kiev-class aircraft carrier which entered into service with the Indian Navy in 2013. She has been renamed in honour of Vikramaditya, a legendary emperor of Ujjain, India.

In 2012 it was announced India will also assemble locally the new T-90SM (Bhishma II) until 2020, making by far the biggest contingent for this tank worldwide at 2011 tanks.

In January 2008, Boeing proposed the P-8I, a customized export variant of the P-8A, for the Indian Navy. It features two major components not fitted on the P-8A, a Telephonics APS-143 OceanEye aft radar and a magnetic anomaly detector (MAD). On 4 January 2009, India’s Ministry of Defence signed a US$2.1 billion agreement with Boeing for the supply of eight P-8Is to replace the Indian Navy’s aging Tupolev Tu-142M maritime surveillance turboprops. India was the P-8’s first international customer and was also Boeing’s first military sale to India.

Nag (IAST: Nāga; “Cobra”) is a third generation “fire-and-forget” anti-tank missile developed in India. It is one of five missile systems developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) under the Integrated Guided Missile Development Program (IGMDP). Nag has been developed at a cost of ₹3 billion (US$46.8 million).

The Indian Ballistic Missile Defence Programme is an initiative to develop and deploy a multi-layered ballistic missile defence system to protect from ballistic missile attacks.

Pinaka is a multiple rocket launcher produced in India and developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) for the Indian Army. The system has a maximum range of 40 km for Mark-I and 75 km for Mark-II,[4] and can fire a salvo of 12 HE rockets in 44 seconds. The system is mounted on a Tatra truck for mobility. Pinaka saw service during the Kargil War, where it was successful in neutralising enemy positions on the mountain tops.[5] It has since been inducted into the Indian Army in large numbers.


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