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L'Inde veut cesser d'être le premier importateur mondial d'armement

L'inde de veut cesser d'être le premier importateur mondial d'armement et porter d'ici cinq ans à 70% la part de son équipement militaire produite sur son sol, a indiqué mercredi le Premier ministre indien Narendra Modi lors du salon aéronautique et de défense de Bangalore.

Le Premier ministre, qui a promis de relancer l'investissement, en particulier grâce à sa campagne "Make in India", a assuré que son gouvernement favoriserait les fournisseurs produisant en Inde lorsqu'il s'agira d'octroyer des contrats militaires.

"Nous avons la réputation d'être le premier importateur d'équipement militaire au monde", a-t-il dit à l'occasion du salon Aero India qui se tient tous les deux ans à Bangalore.

"C'est peut-être une musique qui est familière à certains d'entre vous présents ici. Mais c'est un domaine dans lequel nous aimerions ne pas être numéro un", a-t-il ajouté.

"Nous réformons notre politique d'approvisionnement en matériel de défense et allons accorder une préférence nette au matériel fabriqué en Inde", a dit Modi devant des centaines d'industriels indiens et étrangers.

L'Inde exprime depuis des décennies sa volonté de réduire sa dépendance envers l'industrie de défense étrangère mais n'y est pas parvenue, le pays devant en outre faire face à un équipement en voie d'obsolescence.

Depuis son arrivée au pouvoir en mai, le gouvernement de Modi a relevé à 49% la participation que peut détenir un investisseur étranger dans un groupe de défense en Inde.

Le Premier ministre a indiqué vouloir porter de 40% actuellement à 70% d'ici 2020 la production d'équipement matériel produite sur son sol.

"Une nation disposant d'une forte industrie de défense ne sera pas uniquement plus sûre. Elle en retirera également d'importants bénéfices économiques", a dit Modi.

"Environ 60% de notre matériel de défense continue d'être importé et nous dépensons des dizaines de milliards de dollars dans des acquisitions à l'étranger", a-t-il poursuivi.

"Certaines études montrent qu'une réduction de 20% à 25% de nos importations pourrait créer directement 100.000 à 120.000 emplois hautement qualifiés en Inde".

Le salon de Bangalore réunit des centaines de groupes de la défense et de l'aéronautique pendant cinq jours, notamment Dassault, Airbus ou Boeing.
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India decommissions first Godavari-class frigate

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23 December 2015

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INS Godavari while in service with the Indian Navy. Source: Ministry of Defence, India


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•India has decommissioned first-of-class INS Godavari
•The frigate is seen as the country's first indigenously designed and built naval ship

The Indian Navy has decommissioned its first Godavari-class guided-missile frigate.

The vessel, said to be the country's first indigenously designed and constructed warship, was retired in a decommissioning ceremony in Mumbai on 23 December.

Godavari was laid on 3 November 1978 by Mazagon Dock Limited (MDL), launched on 15 May 1980, and commissioned on 10 December 1983. Two other ships in class, INS Ganga (F 22) and INS Gomati (F 21), were commissioned on 30 December 1985 and 16 April 1988 respectively.

According to IHS Jane's Fighting Ships , the Godavari class has an overall length of 126.5 m, an overall beam of 14.5 m, and a hull draught of 4.5 m. The vessel has a top speed of 28 kt and a standard range of 4,500 n miles at 12 kt.

The platform is armed with one Oto Melara 76 mm/62 Super Rapid main gun, six (two triple) 324 mm torpedo tubes, and launchers for surface-to-surface and surface-to-air missiles. The frigate can accommodate 313 crew and up to two Sea King helicopters.

"Being the first indigenously designed and constructed ship, she was showcased around the world as a symbol of India's growing military might and self-reliance," said a statement released by the Indian Ministry of Defence to mark the ship's retirement.

The ministry highlighted the Godavari 's contribution to 'Operation Cactus' - an Indian Armed Forces mission in 1988 to counter an attempted coup d'etat in the Maldives - as an example of the ship's participation in international security operations.

The Godavari-class design became a basis for the Indian Navy's Brahmaputra (Project 16A)-class guided-missile frigates. The principal difference between the platforms is the inclusion of SS-N-25 'Switchblade' surface-to-surface missiles on the Brahmaputra-class ships in place of the SS-N-2 'Styx' series on the Godavari-class frigates.
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Russie et Inde signent des accords dans l'énergie et l'armement

par Denis Dyomkin
MOSCOU (Reuters) - La Russie et l'Inde ont signé jeudi plusieurs accords de coopération dans l'énergie et la défense, qui doivent permettre à New Delhi de moderniser ses formes armées et de développer son industrie nucléaire tout en aidant Moscou à compenser l'impact des sanctions économiques occidentales.
Le président russe, Vladimir Poutine, a déclaré lors d'une conférence de presse avec le Premier ministre indien, Narendra Modi, que son pays était favorable au renforcement du rôle de l'Inde dans "la résolution des problèmes mondiaux et régionaux", ajoutant que New Delhi figurait "parmi les candidats les plus honorables" à l'obtention d'un siège permanent au Conseil de sécurité des Nations unies.
Mais ce sont bien la défense et l'énergie nucléaire qui ont dominé la visite officielle du chef du gouvernement indien à Moscou.
"Nous sommes convenus d'augmenter les flux d'investissements mutuels grâce à une coopération industrielle plus étroite et à la mise en oeuvre de projets d'infrastructures et énergétiques de grande ampleur", a dit Vladimir Poutine.
Un premier réacteur nucléaire russe de type VVER-1000 construit dans la centrale indienne de Kudankulam a été raccordé l'an dernier au réseau et la construction d'un deuxième doit être achevée "dans quelques semaines" selon le chef de l'Etat russe, qui a annoncé que la Russie prévoyait de construire six réacteurs en 20 ans en Inde.
Narendra Modi a quant à lui déclaré que le nombre de réacteurs de fabrication russe à Kudankulam et sur un autre site devrait atteindre 12 à terme, sans préciser à quelle échéance.
Dans la défense, la Russie et l'Inde projettent de construire ensemble des hélicoptères Kamov-226, a ajouté le chef du gouvernement indien.
Une source proche de Rosoboronexport, l'établissement public russe d'exportation d'armes, avait auparavant déclaré que l'Inde assemblerait 140 exemplaires de cet appareil et la Russie 60 autres.
Vladimir Poutine a également dit que les deux pays produisaient déjà ensemble des missiles de croisière supersoniques Brahmos, qui doivent être livrés prochainement à la marine indienne.
Moscou et New Delhi prévoient également de coopérer pour développer un chasseur multirôle et un avion de transport militaire, a-t-il ajouté sans plus de précision.
(avec Vladimir Soldatkin à Moscou et Nidhi Verma à New Delhi; Marc Angrand pour le service français)
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L'Inde dit à l'équipement militaire US: "Cela suffit!"


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16:51 25.12.2015(mis à jour 16:55 25.12.2015)


La rencontre du président russe Vladimir Poutine et du premier ministre indien Narendra Modi s'est avérée extrêmement efficace: quelques années après les mesures du gouvernement indien visant à diversifier ses achats d'armes par l'équipement militaire américain, l'Inde se retourne vers la Russie, son partenaire clé.


Le premier ministre indien Narendra Modi est venu à Moscou jeudi dernier avec des attentes élevées et n'a pas eu tort, estime le Financial Times, car la Russie est son partenaire de longue date, envers lequel l'Inde éprouve beaucoup de confiance.

Depuis l'époque de l'Union soviétique, la Russie et l'Inde étaient l'un pour l'autre des partenaires prioritaires dans le domaine de la défense. Mais il y a quelque temps, souhaitant diversifier les circuits d'importation de l'équipement militaire, l'Inde a choisi des fournitures en provenance des Etats-Unis.

Néanmoins, au cours des dernières années, l'Inde a changé d'avis sur la coopération avec les Etats-Unis. Lors de sa dernière visite à Moscou, Narendra Modi a assuré Vladimir Poutine de ses intentions visant à "réanimer et approfondir les liens anciens stratégiques entre les deux pays, notamment dans des domaines de l'énergie nucléaire et de la défense".


La visite du premier ministre indien jeudi dernier en Russie est devenue la plus fructueuse du partenariat entre les deux pays. La Russie et l'Inde ont signé plusieurs accords de coopération dans l'énergie et la défense, qui doivent permettre à New Delhi de moderniser ses formes armées et de développer son industrie nucléaire. Il s'agit du contrat sur la livraison de système de missile. En outre, la Russie et l'Inde projettent de construire ensemble des hélicoptères Kamov-226. La Russie prévoyait également de construire six réacteurs nucléaires en 20 ans dans la centrale indienne de Kudankulam.

Selon le président russe, Moscou et New Delhi prévoient encore de développer un chasseur multirôle et un avion de transport militaire.

http://fr.sputniknews.com/international/20151225/1020560887/inde-russie-usa-cooperation.html#ixzz3vLjkcxQJ
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Un contrat franco-indien de vente de 36 Rafale pourrait être signé fin janvier


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La visite de François Hollande à New Delhi prévue fin janvier pourrait être l'occasion de la signature du contrat des 36 Rafale, selon la source de l'agence Xinhua.


"Le contrat de livraison des 36 chasseurs Rafale pourrait être signé", a déclaré la source, précisant que le ministère de la Défense rendrait public les détails de la transaction plus tard.

En visite officielle à Paris, le premier ministre indien Narendra Modi, a annoncé, vendredi 10 avril, que son pays souhaite acquérir, dès que possible, ces 36 Rafale fabriqués en France. Le contrat portant sur la commande des 36 Rafale achoppait cependant sur des divergences relatives au prix unitaire de l'appareil et sur la volonté de Delhi d'obtenir pour ce contrat des "offsets", (une partie de la valeur du contrat produite en Inde). Le ministre indien de la Défense Manohar Parrikar a ensuite déclaré que les contrats ultérieurs relatifs à l'achat des autres avions de chasse seraient conclus dans le cadre des accords intergouvernementaux.

Le Rafale de Dassault Aviation est un avion de combat omnirôle, capable d'accomplir plusieurs tâches au cours d'une même mission, développé pour la Marine nationale et l'Armée de l'air françaises. Ayant effectué son premier vol en 1991, le Rafale a été plusieurs fois déployé en Afghanistan, en Libye, au Mali et en Irak.


http://fr.sputniknews.com/defense/20151227/1020589825/rafale-contrat-inde-france.html#ixzz3vWrTRaHs
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Tôt ce samedi matin, un groupe d'islamistes présumés a pris d'assaut une base aérienne de l'armée indienne située à la frontière pakistanaise. La fusillade se poursuit depuis plus de six heures malgré la mort de plusieurs assaillants.

http://www.lexpress.fr/actualite/monde/asie/inde-une-base-de-l-armee-prise-d-assaut-par-des-islamistes-presumes_1749992.html

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L'Inde teste son lance-roquettes multiple Pinaka II

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Les Indiens ont déjà lancé la production en série de cette arme capable de tirer 12 roquettes en 44 secondes.


L'armée et l'agence indienne Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) ont achevé dimanche des essais du système lance-roquettes multiple Pinaka II de production nationale, rapporte le journal Times of India.

"Les essais se sont déroulés à la base militaire de Pokhran pendant trois jours", a indiqué le journal se référant à une source au sein de DRDO.

Selon le journal, l'Inde a déjà lancé la production en série des lance-roquettes multiples Pinaka II qui sont livrés à l'armée du pays depuis décembre dernier.

Le nouveau système a une portée de 60 km, soit 20 km de plus que son prédécesseur Pinaka I livré à l'armée depuis 1999.

Capable d'effectuer des frappes par tout temps, le LRM Pinaka II peut tirer 12 roquettes en 44 secondes et neutraliser les armes ennemies dans un secteur de 3,9 km². Il est destiné à détruire les rampes de lancement des missiles, les blindés, les effectifs, les postes de commandement et l'infrastructure ennemie, ainsi qu'à créer des champs de mines antichar et antipersonnel à distance. Une batterie de Pinaka comprend six systèmes de lancement équipés chacun de 12 roquettes thermobariques.


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Inde : Onze morts dans la spectaculaire attaque d'une base aérienne (nouveau bilan)


AFP 03/01/2016


Onze personnes - dont sept militaires - ont péri dans la spectaculaire attaque par un commando islamiste présumé d'une base aérienne indienne proche du Pakistan, que l'armée indienne a mis 14 heures à reprendre samedi, selon un nouveau bilan annoncé dimanche.
Parmi les militaires tués, figure notamment un officier, selon un responsable militaire. Les autres morts sont quatre militants soupçonnés d'appartenir au groupe islamiste Jaish-e-Mohammed basé au Pakistan.

Cette audacieuse attaque - rare en dehors du territoire disputé du Cachemire - a été déclenchée samedi vers 03H30 (22H00 GMT vendredi) contre la base de Pathankot, dans l'Etat du Pendjab (nord de l'Inde).
Lancé une semaine après une visite surprise du Premier ministre Narendra Modi au Pakistan - la première d'un chef de gouvernement indien en 11 ans -, cet assaut menace l'amorce de détente entre les deux puissances nucléaires.
Un bilan communiqué samedi avait fait état de sept morts: trois militaires et quatre des membres du commando.

Mais un responsable militaire indien a indiqué à l'AFP sous couvert de l'anonymat qu'une des victimes était un lieutenant-colonel de la Garde de sécurité nationale (NSG), une unité d'élite.
Il a précisé que cet officier avait été blessé dimanche avec deux autres militaires dans l'explosion d'une bombe qu'ils tentaient de neutraliser.

Rochelle D'Silva, porte-parole de l'armée de l'air, a précisé de son côté que trois des 12 militaires blessés samedi avaient succombé à leurs blessures.
L'une des victimes est Subedar Fateh Singh, qui avait remporté en 1995 la médaille d'or en tir aux championnats du Commonwealth de tir, a-t-elle ajouté.

A une cinquantaine de kilomètres de la frontière pakistanaise, la base de Pathankot a une importance stratégique pour l'armée indienne, car elle abrite des dizaines d'avions de combat.

http://www.lorientlejour.com/article/962914/inde-onze-morts-dans-la-spectaculaire-attaque-dune-base-aerienne-nouveau-bilan.html
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Les négociations entre Paris et New Delhi sur l’achat de 36 avions Rafale sont terminées


Posté dans Asie-Pacifique, Forces aériennes, Industrie par Laurent Lagneau Le 05-01-2016


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Si tout va bien, le contrat portant sur l’achat par l’Inde de 36 avions de combat Rafale devrait être signé le 26 janvier prochain, à l’occasion d’un déplacement du président Hollande à New Delhi.

En effet, selon la presse indienne, les documents relatifs à l’accord de gouvernement à gouvernement concernant ce contrat ont été envoyés à Paris par New Delhi le 31 décembre. D’après The Economic Times, il est sur la même ligne que celui conclu dans les années 1980 pour les Mirage 2000H livrés à l’Indian Air Force.

Pour rappel, le Premier ministre indien, Narendra Modi, avait fait part de la volonté de son pays d’acquérir 36 Rafale « sur étagère » à l’occasion d’une visite à Paris, en avril 2015.

Par la suite, New Delhi a annulé l’appel d’offres MMRCA (Medium Multi-Role Combat Aircraft) qui avait été remporté par l’avion de Dassault Aviation en janvier 2012, aux dépens de l’Eurofighter Typhoon. Il était alors question de fournir 126 appareils, dont 108 assemblés en Inde. Seulement, les négociations sur les garanties et les coûts s’enlisèrent… D’où la décision du Premier ministre indien de passer par un contrat de gré à gré afin de répondre le rapidement possibles aux besoins urgents exprimés par l’India Air Force.

Cela étant, et alors que le mot d’ordre à New Delhi se résume par l’expression « Make in India », la partie française a dû consentir des compensations industrielles (off-set) à hauteur de 50% de la valeur du contrat.

Les détails n’en sont pas connus mais The Economic Times indique que Dassault Aviation, le motoriste Safran et l’électronicien Thales « partageront certaines technologies avec la Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), c’est à dire l’agence de recherche et de développement du ministère indien de la Défense, voire avec « certains entreprises du secteur privé » et le constructeur aéronautique HAL.

Comme le Rafale restera en service pendant 30 ou 40 ans au sein de l’IAF, « un grand nombre d’informations et de mises à niveau technologiques seront nécessaires pour les maintenir opérationnels », écrit le quotidien économique indien.

Les livraisons des Rafale destinés à l’IAF devrait commencer 3 ans après la signature du contrat. Cependant, il n’est pas exclu qu’elles se fassent plus tôt si nécessaire.

Reste à savoir si l’Inde se contentera de seulement 36 Rafale ou si d’autres exemplaires seront commandés par la suite. En tout cas, l’IAF a estimé ses besoins à au moins 80 appareils, soit pour équiper 5 escadrons dotés de 16 avions chacun.

Par ailleurs, la visite de M. Hollande en Inde pourrait aussi être l’occasion de signer un autre contrat, portant cette fois-ci sur l’achat de 6 sous-marins de type Scorpène supplémentaires.

http://www.opex360.com/2016/01/05/les-negociations-paris-new-delhi-sur-lachat-de-36-avions-rafale-sont-terminees/
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Indian Navy commissions second Kamorta-class ASW corvette

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06 January 2016

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INS Kadmatt, the Indian Navy's second Kamorta-class ASW corvette, pictured here on sea trials. The ship was commissioned
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The Indian Navy's second Project 28 (P 28) Kamorta-class anti-submarine warfare (ASW) corvette, INS Kadmatt (P 29), was commissioned into service at Visakhapatnam on 7 January.

The corvette was delivered to the navy by Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers (GRSE) on 26 November 2015.

The P 28 corvettes, built from locally sourced DMR 249A steel, are largely fitted with licence-built weapons and sensors and indigenous combat management and fire-control systems. According to the navy, "about 90 percent" of the ship is indigenous; it is unclear, however, what metrics have been used to measure this.

The ships' design also contains several signature management features, including an 'x'-shaped hull form to reduce radar cross-section, a raft-mounted propulsion system to reduce vibration, and an infrared signature suppression system.

Displacing 3,500 tonnes, the 109 m-long corvettes have a top speed in excess of 25 kt and a range of 3,450 n miles. The ships' complement is 13 officers and 180 sailors.

The ASW-focused combat system includes four heavyweight torpedo tube launchers and a pair of 12-barreled RBU6000 rocket depth-charge launchers featuring several design improvements incorporated by Larsen & Toubro. It is not known if the locally developed Mareech anti-torpedo decoy system has been installed. The fire-control system is the Bharat Electronics IAC Mod C system.

While the ships are fitted with a Humsa-NG bow-mounted sonar, an Atlas Elektronik towed array sonar set will be fitted in due course. The navy added that the ships are also to be fitted with vertical launch surface-to-air missiles.

The next two ships-in-class, Kiltan and Kavaratti , are currently fitting out at GRSE in Kolkata. These two ships have a composite superstructure, supplied by Sweden's Saab Kockums, designed to reduce top weight. They are likely to enter service in late 2016 and 2017.
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India’s struggle for Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) System – PAD/AAD System.

 January 8, 2016 AAD, America, Ballistic Missile, China, DRDO, Green Pine, India, Interceptor Systems, Israel, LRDE, Missile, PAD, Pakistan, Radar, Russia


The abode of India’s missile activity, ‘Abdul Kalam Island’, located in the middle of the vast Bay of Bengal was bustling. Engrossed in works, eminent DRDO personnel tested and confirmed hundreds of events and updated the progress of their respective modules. The block office was manned by some of the most technically skilled scientist who carefully monitored the launch countdown of the missile system. After confirmation of the seamless performance of all the modules and with the go-ahead of the Mission Director, the Range Director brought the Automated Launch Sequence (ALS) to life. The pressure, anxiety, aspirations and above all the hopes of the scientists soured high as the countdown madly raced down towards T-0. As programmed at exactly T-0, the engines of a missile system ignited and its propellants made sure the missile soured high to the skies.

The lift-off was a text book launch. The missile raised and vanished to the blue skies; the DRDO fraternity in attendance to this historic launch, fixated their views towards the colossal screens present in the block office. Housing the command and control centre, the block office is a reinforced concrete structure that can withstand any eventuality that may arise during the missile launch. Various tracker radars and sensors planted along the Indian coast beamed back information on a real time basis; the plot ended with an abrupt bleep and a huge strain in the tracking graphs. Shortly after, the Mission Director came online and announced the successful test of the program. The ecstasy and celebrations inside the block office multiplied exponentially. Years of meticulously planned work involving various DRDO labs had paid off and the nation was staring at a secured future.

V K Saraswath, then Director General (DG) of DRDO, addressing a press conference announced the successful test of India’s indigenously developed Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) system named the Prithvi Air Defense (PAD) system. India had taken the world by surprise; DRDO had yet again successfully developed a strategic deterrent, working in the dark with extremely minimal outside help. It was at a time when the world powers were pressing sanctions on India in the shadows. BMD was a system mastered by only a select few nations. India had successfully answered the nuclear peril raised by Pakistan and China. PAD was a system that took DRDO years to master, various trailblazer projects were constituted to master a range of tech-barriers faced along the path. After years of dedicated work, DRDO had yet again mastered a technology that was denied to it by global powers.

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Test of PAD system

What forced India to constitute a BMD program? How DRDO mastered the tech-barriers ?


It all began in the late nineties, when arms race in South Asia was at its pinnacle. Regional powers were in the contention to excel each other and emerge as a leader in the Asia-Pacific region. India’s ever unstable neighbours, China and Pakistan were actively pursuing nuclear programs. Rapid development of delivery systems was underway in both the nations. By the late 90’s, Pakistan acquired M-9 and M-11 ballistic missile system from China. On the other hand, China introduced the Julang/JL-1 SLBM ; it’s first submarine launched nuclear ballistic missile on Xia class submarine. This move meant Pakistan could reach India’s national capital, New Delhi and China could target Mumbai and other major cities. India on its part had developed the celebrated ‘Agni series’ ballistic missiles. The deterrent factor was very well on India’s side. India was a signatory to the ‘No first use’ policy and it was critical for India to develop a way not only deter but also defend against the threat of these ballistic missiles.

The development of a ballistic missile shield in-house was an uphill task for India’s premier developmental agency, DRDO. India was making waves with its Integrated Guided Missile Development Program; a modified Prithvi missile would theoretically intercept any incoming threats. Before the missile could be intercepted the thread had to be first detected. India also lacked crucial modules required for the system; namely the tracker radar systems, guidance, control and seeker technology. The calamitous need for the shield led India to look at the prospects of importing or co-developing these crucial systems from an International partner and finally assembling the system to acquire its goal. The first on the list was India’s strategic partner Russia; Kremlin was undergoing one of the worst economical crises and failed to commit itself to the program.

France was also developing its own BMD shield and in the process had developed several path blazing technology.  India was an active user of French technology with the use of several advanced French developed aircraft and radar systems. However, the system being developed by France was yet to be ascertained and would take years to mature. Investing in such a delicate program was an enormous risk for DRDO at the time.

The world powers which had recognized itself with India, had again failed to respond for India’s need. There was one other nation, India reached out to and it was a pioneer in radar technology. Israel, a shadow friend of India, was approached with the prospect of co-developing, long range tracker radars and seeker technology. Israel was sympathetic to India’s need for a long time and had helped its ally time and again. India requested for the ToT of ‘Green Pine’ radar system. This was the nerve centre for the Israeli fielded Arrow system. America a known sympathizer of Pakistan, soon voiced its concerns over strategic systems failing into India’s hands and vetoed the deal. Even though America had blocked the deal, Israel stuck to its promise and agreed to co-develop a new radar system with India. It was back to square one for India; the nation was left vulnerable and the threat was growing rapidly.

DRDO was now responsible to develop all the vital systems with very minimal assistance. The development of a shield, required India to develop a reliable interceptor missile system. Under the guidance of APJ Abdul Kalam, reputed DRDO scientists started the work of retrofitting Prithvi with sophisticated motors and guidance system. Developing a reliable missile system was the least of worries for DRDO; Prithvi had delivered payloads with single-digit precision. The real anxiety however was developing the support systems; biggest hurdle in realizing this was developing reliable tracker and seeker technology.

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Pakistan was deploying tactical weapon systems; India’s population close to the borders was thriving. Major cities were cropping up well within Pakistan’s reach. Hence it was crucial for the BMD, to intercept the missile even before it could achieve its apogee and enter the atmosphere over India. The missile had to be detected well within enemy territory to intercept it at high altitudes. This mandated India to deploy long range tracker radar systems; the latest and longest tracker radar in India’s inventory at that time was the Rajendra radar system.

Rajendra was a multi-function radar system, developed by DRDO’s elite Electronics and Radar Development Establishment (LRDE) laboratory. Rajendra was developed as surveillance, tracking and an engagement radar system for the indigenously developed ‘Akash SAM’ system. Rajendra is a passive electronically scanned array radar; the system could track up to 64 targets and engage 4 targets simultaneously. The system could also guide up to 12 missiles at designated targets. Having a debated range of around 64 kilometres; Rajendra was undoubtedly one of the best radar systems for a SAM system. However for a successful BMD system, the radar had to track targets at least a few hundred kilometres away.

V.K. Saraswat, who was in-charge of the program felt the system required a radar with at least 350 kilometres of tracking range. DRDO’s top notch hardware laboratory, Electronics and Radar Development Establishment (LRDE), teamed up with Israel’s foremost military hardware maker, ELTA, for developing a long range tracker radar system.  Working hand in hand, the shadow friends developed, the ‘Swordfish’ Long Range Tracking Radar (LRTR).  Based on ‘Green Pine’ radar system, Swordfish is a highly capable LRTR, which was developed specially to meet the need for India’s BMD program.

Displaying a high degree of indigenisation, the radar is considered the heart of India’s Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) system. The radar system is equipped with Indian made transmitting receiver modules, signal processing systems, computers and power supply units.  V.K.Saraswat, proudly says even though the radar system was developed around the ‘Green Pine’ radar system, the Swordfish has not incorporated even a single module from its predecessor. He further claims, ‘Swordfish’ is an all together new product that is far more capable than ‘Green Pine’.  The radar can track a target as minute as a tennis ball as far as 800 kilometres away. The system also employs, a highly accurate Multi-function Fire and Control Radar (MFCR), which was designed by a joint collaboration between India and France. The radar is capable of firing multiple missiles at multiple targets in multiple directions simultaneously.

The mainstay weapon of the system is retrofitted Prithvi ballistic missiles. These weapon systems are responsible for intercepting and obliterating any unwarranted threats lingering in the sky. Prithvi ballistic missiles were developed by DRDO as part of its Integrated Guidance Missile Development Program (IGMDP). For the role of interception, the missile had to activate a homing system, acquire a specific threat, guide itself towards it and then further detonate close to the threat to incinerate the target. Prithvi missile was basically designed as a ballistic missile to strike ground targets, hence major tweaks were required to obtain an intercepting system.

Prithvi is a two stage short range ballistic missile. The powerhouse of the missile system, is a rocket engine based on the Soviet KB Isayev propulsion system. The propellant for the system is rumoured to be TG-02/AK-20F/AK-27I. The first stage of the missile is a liquid fuelled rocket motor and the second stage is powered by a solid propellant. Being a twin stage system, the missile can attain an apogee of about 80 Kilometres.

The first stage in developing an interceptor system was to equip the missile system with an active homing and tracking sensor. DRDO’s ‘aviation hub’, Research Centre, Imarat (RCI), designed a very capable navigation system. State-of-the-art actuation and radar seeker systems were designed for acquiring and guiding the missile towards stipulated targets. Prithvi missile systems were further provided with manoeuvre thrusters which helped in gaining lateral acceleration of more than 5G’s. A highly advanced Inertial Navigation System (INS) was employed to provide the missile system with mid-course updates. These retrofitted missile systems were designated as PAD systems.

The PAD system is capable of engaging ballistic missiles in the 300 to 2000 kilometre class.  The missile can attain speeds up to 5 Mach and is capable of engaging targets with an apogee of 80 kilometres. Being a liquid-solid propellant powered system, PAD has a very low response time. PAD can intercept targets in exo-atmospheric altitudes. These indigenously developed systems finally helped in realizing the dreams of developing an interception missile system.

The second stage in the indigenously developed system is Advanced Air Defense (AAD). AAD consists of a solid fuelled, single stage endo-atmospheric anti-ballistic missile. The missile extensively employs composite materials and weighs around 1.2 tons. The missile system is equipped with a ring laser gyro based Inertial Navigation System (INS). The missile system can intercept targets with an apogee of around 30 kilometres. AAD is equipped with a Projectile-charge warhead. This warhead is best employed in direct hit roles as it penetrates even the thickest of the armours.

The interceptor system also comes packed with a reliable C4ISR centre. The control structure of the missile system is handled by Mission Control Centre (MCC) and Launch Control Centre (LCC). These centres are the backbone for collating all mission oriented information. Information acquired from ground units involving multiple radars, satellites, tracking systems and sensors is all fed into a powerful processing system. Minute yet powerful computer systems inside the MCC immediately acquire the target information, classify the target and then assign multiple missiles at the intended target. The process is then shifted to LCC present with the actual launch vehicles. LCC immediately computes the collated data and computes the time to launch. Based on the information, LCC assigns the appropriate speed, altitude and course for the fired interceptor missile.

THE WORKING OF PAD/AAD

1.Any enemy activity is detected through the systems, primary tracking and acquisition radar or the Long Range Tracking Radar (LRTR) known as ‘Swordfish’. Targets as far as 800+ kilometres can be immediately detected.
2.If a threat is detected, control centres are immediately warned of the impending threat. The system is devoid of any human intervention, the launch sequence for PAD/AAD is initiated and the system stands-by for launch authorization. Simultaneously, LRTR tracks the detected threat continuously.
3.The acquired data is continuously beamed to Mission Control Centre (MCC). Powerful computational systems present in the centre immediately classify the threat.
4.The acquired raw data is processed in MCC. The LRTR further classifies the threat based on its range. The system also computes the trajectory, altitude and speed of the incoming threat.
5.This information is further rechecked by multiple systems and a collated image is formed. The collated data sheet is now capable of pin-pointing the trajectory of the acquired threat. All these information are immediately assigned to an on-filed PAD/AAD system.

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6.The information is picked up at the Launch Control Centre (LCC). The missile system now has minimal information about the impending threat. In an effort to drastically reduce the reaction time, LCC fires a volley of interceptor missiles.
7.The raw data is continuously processed and then valuable information is updated. The missile is continuously updated about the incoming threat. The missile system receives multiple mid-course updates through the flight with the help of the tracking radar. The missile is gradually guided towards the inbound threat.
8.As the missile closes in, the gas thrusters are fired along with the actuators. These systems guarantee that the missile can obtain a flawless intercepting trajectory.
9.As the intercepting missile nears its terminal phases, specially designed terminal seekers are remotely fired. These systems manoeuvre the missiles further towards the intended target.
10.Homing radars are activated at the final stages. A Radio Proximity Fuse (RPF) is used to detonate the charged warhead at a designated point. The projectiles then further penetrate through the intended target and results in the total annihilation of the incoming threat.

PLANNED UPGRADES

As discussed the success of a BMD mainly relies on the tracking range of the tracker radar. China and Pakistan today have been throttling ahead in the development of long range ballistic missiles. Hence it is the need of the hour for the Indian fielded BMD system to have an extended range tracking radar. The currently employed ‘Swordfish LRTR’ has a detection range of around 800 kilometres. DRDO is currently in the process of developing a system that can posses a tracking range of 1500+ kilometres. Once developed this radar can track targets being launched far within enemy territory and will also be instrumental in reducing the response time.

The currently deployed PAD/AAD system is capable of intercepting targets with an apogee of well over 80 kilometres. The system can annihilate targets in the 300-2000 kilometres class. DRDO’s elite laboratories are now developing two new anti-ballistic missiles called AD-1 and AD-2. These missiles once deployed can destroy ICBM threats. The developed missile system has been dubbed as ‘Ashvin’. The missile system will have the capabilities to attain hypersonic speeds and fly at variable speeds between 6-7 Mach. The missile can achieve an apogee of 150+ kilometres.

Implications of India acquiring BMD

Any given day the addition of a ballistic missile shield is a huge boost to the strategic capabilities of India. The country will be safer than ever; having deployed a shield the nation can look at mastering regional stability. Having two unreliable partners namely Pakistan and China; India was forced to master this technology. Pakistan has been vocal about this development and has time and again criticized India’s move to deploy the system. Pakistan claims the addition of BMD greatly questions the ‘No first use policy’ mastered by India. The international fraternity has backed India in developing a BMD system. The main boost however is to India’s committed stand on ‘No first use policy’. If at all a nuclear ballistic missile is fired on India the loss would have been extremely high. The addition of the BMD helps India intercept the incoming threat. India can then further mount retaliatory strikes through the established nuclear triad. India now has a sword in the battle, any country daring to wield knifes will be cut short. The skies over India will now be guarded; a safer and calmer sky is in the following.

Source – LoS – Life of Soldiers

https://iadnews.in/2016/01/indias-struggle-for-ballistic-missile-defense-bmd-system-padaad-system/#.VpEDbKbbLIV  
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Indian Army will finally receive self-propelled K9 Vajra-T howitzer after successful evaluations
The Army is likely to get the K9 Vajra-T, the 155-mm/52-caliber self-propelled howitzer, after the artillery gun co-developed by Larsen & Toubro (L&T) and Samsung Techwin cleared the evaluation trials of the defence ministry in a global competition.



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Le gouvernement indien se dit prêt à acheter 18 Rafale supplémentaires, 54 au total


 Par Astrid Gouzik -  Publié le 13 janvier 2016, à 15h28


A quelques jours de la visite de François Hollande dans le pays, l'Inde serait prête à s'offrir 18 avions de combat supplémentaires, croit savoir l'agence Bloomberg.

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La visite officielle de François Hollande en Inde est prévue pour le 26 janvier prochain. Et ce jour-là, tous les yeux seront rivés sur une éventuelle poignée de main entre le Président français et Narendra Modi, le Premier ministre indien, qui viendrait sceller le contrat entre les deux pays concernant les avions de combat de Dassault.


Après des mois de négociations, Dassault et le gouvernement français espèrent bien finaliser cette vente. Pour préparer le terrain, Jean-Yves Le Drian, le ministre français de la Défense, doit d'ailleurs se rendre dans le pays le 18 janvier, selon la presse indienne.

Leurs attentes pourraient même être dépassées. En effet, un haut fonctionnaire indien aurait confié à Bloomberg que les deux parties sont tombés d'accord sur une option d'achat de 18 chasseurs supplémentaires. Ils se sont également entendus sur les systèmes et les armes qui équiperont les appareils.

Le plus important obstacle à la signature de ce contrat reste le prix fixé pour ces 54 appareils. Et il semble peu probable que les deux nations trouvent un terrain d'entente sur point-là, à l'occasion de la visite de François Hollande, a modéré le haut fonctionnaire indien.

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Le 7è sous-marin indien de la classe Sindhughosh (type Kilo), l’INS Sindhukirti, a subi un grand-carénage au chantier Hindustan Shipyard Limited. Il a terminé avec succès ses essais de plongée profonde sans anomalie majeure. Le sous-marin avait été remis en juin dernier à la marine indienne après sa modernisation chez HSL.

Malgré les dégâts importants provoqués par le cyclone Hudhud, le sous-marin avait pu sortir de cale sèche comme prévu le 4 novembre 2014. Il avait effectué ses essais à quai dans le temps record de 7 mois grâce aux efforts conjoints du chantier et de la marine.

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Indian Coast Guard commissions final pollution-control vessel

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The Indian Coast Guard commissioned ICGS Samudra Pavak (203) - the last of three Samudra (UT 517)-class pollution-control vessels - on 14 January at Porbandar on India's west coast.

Built by ABG Shipyard to the Rolls-Royce UT 517 design, the ship's keel laying took place on 12 December 2005, followed by launch on 11 July 2012. At the time, coastguard officials stated that the ship was scheduled for delivery in December 2012. However, build work was not completed until 28 November 2015 and delivery took place on 10 December 2015.

The 94 m, 4,300-tonne Samudra-class vessels are equipped with an array of pollution-control equipment for containment, recovery, separation, and dispersal of pollutants.




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Tata Motors has reiterated its intention to bid for the Indian Army's INR1 trillion (USD15.38 billion) project to procure Future Infantry Combat Vehicles (FICVs).

A spokesman from the company told IHS Jane's on 15 January that Tata Motors meets all criteria for the programme, refuting local press reports that suggested its bid may be compromised by defence ministry guidelines related to in-country assets and revenues.

Tata Motors, whose UK-based subsidiary Jaguar Land Rover accounts for the majority of group revenues, reaching INR2,637 billion in fiscal year 2015, is bidding for the FICV programme with its 8x8 Kestrel ICV and plans to involve in the project a host of other Tata subsidiaries.






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India has decided to buy modern counter mortar radars to repel heavy shelling on the international border by Pakistan as happened with increased frequency last year. These radars can track incoming mortar fire, give precious seconds as an alert to the Border Security Force and enable precise counter-fire to engage the enemy.





A committee of technical experts on January 13 completed the task of drawing up specifications required of such equipment, after the home ministry commissioned the exercise in August last year.

This came after the Pakistan Army and Rangers had resorted to heavy mortar shelling on the International Border in Jammu on various occasions in 2014 and 2015, causing civilian and BSF casualties. In 2014, the United States had supplied such radars to the Ukrainian armed forces.

As per the specifications drawn up by the committee, the radar should be able to detect and track incoming mortar shells, rocket-propelled grenades (RPG) and rockets from any direction from a distance of up to 10 km.

The radar is also desired to track at least five targets simultaneously fired at any angle and should have accuracy of point of origin and point of impact accuracy up to 5 metres. An estimate of the place from where the fire is coming will enable BSF to accurately launch return fire. The radar should be capable of being remotely operated to protect operators from any targeted attack on the radar.

The government wants the system to be lightweight and portable. The radar uses GIS maps and algorithms to calculate the origin point of the fire and is able to work effectively even if wind speed is up to 40 miles per hour.

A government official said such equipment will help in two ways. First, an alert of precious seconds if a BSF post is target of an incoming mortar fire, so that it can take evasive measures. Second, the firing position from Pakistan can be accurately known based on the trajectory and the counter-engagement be launched immediately to minimise capacity of the enemy fire, especially if the impact zone in India is a civilian area.


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Tata Motors is about to bag additional order for high mobility military trucks for the Army

Tata Motors is set to bag an additional order for high mobility military trucks, taking its total order book for the advanced vehicles to $192 million (Rs 1,300 crore), the single largest contract to be awarded to an Indian manufacturer by the Army.



The high mobility vehicles - needed for a variety of roles from transporting men and material to being the platform for multi barrel rocket launchers and surface to air missile systems - are in high demand by the Army that has struggled to procure trucks after the Tatra scandal hit headlines in 2012.

Authoritative sources have told ET (Economic Times) that the Army has formally moved a follow on border to a contract it signed with Tata motors in March last year. The follow on order is to procure 619 new 6X6 High Mobility vehicles that will cost the Army just over $51.7 million (Rs 350 crore). This would add to the earlier order for 1,239 vehicles that was valued at $139 million (Rs 940 crore).

Tata Motors had won the order earlier in a competition that included the Tatra-BEML combine. "We are confident that the vehicles have more than met the requirements of the Indian Army. We are also in the process of increasing the indigenous content on the trucks, including the loading crane that will soon be made fully in India," Vernon Noronha, Vice President, Defence and Government Business, Tata Motors told ET.

Designed for extreme missions including carrying heavy loads of road, the Tata 6x6 has been extensively tested at the VRDE (Vehicle Research & Development Establishment) 'torture track' designed to test military vehicles and will be operated in all terrain - from the deserts of Rajasthan to extreme heights and cold in Ladakh and along the Chinese border.

Noronha says that the truck has already been exported by Tata to several countries including Israel and France that are developing missiles systems for the Indian Army. The truck is expected to be the platform for future Multi Barrel Rocket Launchers, Short Range Surface to Air Missiles, Quick Reaction Surface to Air Missiles and Low Level Quick Reaction Missiles.

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Lockheed Martin is planning to revive its pending bid to sell Javelin missiles to India

US defence major Lockheed Martin is planning to revive its pending bid to sell Javelin missiles under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ campaign. The plan to buy Javelin missiles from Lockheed Martin was shelved a couple of years ago.


However, the proposal got a fresh lease of life when Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar visited the US last month where US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter pushed for the deal, sources told BusinessLine.

Sources said Lockheed Martin is even ready to co-produce these shoulder-fired anti-tank guided Javelin missiles in India, albeit at a later stage.

For this, the US government is also planning to put the deal under US-India Defence Technology and Trade Initiative (DTTI) to expedite the process, sources said.

But to revive the deal, the US government will have to grant its permission to Lockheed Martin once it gets a request for buying these missiles from the Ministry of Defence (MoD).

The US had been trying to sell these missiles to the Indian armed forces since 2013. However, the plan was put on the backburner when the Defence Ministry chose to buy Israel’s Spike anti-tank guided missile in 2014




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India Tries to Move Ahead On Another Artillery Program

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India’s Ministry of Defense has opened up negotiations with local private entity Larsen & Toubro (L&T) regarding pricing for at least 100 modified variants of South Korea’s Samsung Techwin K-9 self-propelled howitzers. The acquisition is estimated at $800 million and if consummated would meet one of the Indian Army’s longstanding artillery requirements under its Field Artillery Rationalization Plan (FARP).

The Samsung Techwin K-9 – pitched as the Indian-specific K-9 “Vajra” after modifications implemented by L&T – was shortlisted in September 2015 to meet the 155mm/52-caliber tracked self-propelled howitzer (SPH) niche sought by the Defense Ministry. The two final survivors of the extended field trials concluded in early 2014 were the K-9 Vajra and the MSTA-S offered up by Russia’s Rosoboronexport.

With the shortlisting of the K-9, India concluded its third competition for the tracked 152mm SPH requirement. The first competition involved corruption charges against Denel and was terminated in 2006, with Denel subsequently blacklisted. A second Request for Proposals was issued in 2007, but failed after all potential participants were barred from the Indian market. The third such contest was launched in 2011.

The project is being pursued under India’s “Buy Global” defense procurement category. This involves a domestic company – L&T in this instance – tying up with an original equipment manufacturer (Samsung Techwin) in order to collaborate on the design and production of equipment specifically tailored to Indian armed force’s needs. For this project L&T would build the SPHs at its Telegaon plant near Pune in western India utilizing about 50 percent indigenous content (which in turn will allow the Samsung-L&T tie-up to bypass the Defense Ministry’s 30 percent offset investment threshold.

For the Indian Army, moving forward on the acquisition cannot come soon enough. The service’s eroding artillery capabilities have long been cause for concern within Army circles and its Field Artillery Rationalization Plan (unveiled in 2000) has failed to generate any positive momentum for well over a decade now. That plan called for purchases of around 3,000 155mm howitzers in two calibers (39 and 52) that would come in towed, mounted and self-propelled (both wheeled and tracked) forms. These would ostensibly be both imported and licensed-produced locally and all necessary elements procured and delivered by 2027.

So far the closest India has come to meeting any of its multiple requirements under the FARP has been a standing order for 114 “Dhanush” 155mm howitzers, a locally-produced, upgraded 155mm/45-caliber variant of its Bofors FH-77B 155mm/39-caliber towed howitzer.

Instead a tangle of bureaucratic delays, the issuing and re-issuing of tenders (a common MoD practice), failed and inconclusive field trials, unfeasible Qualitative Requirements issued by the Artillery Directorate, and government emphasis on indigenous content have all served in some capacity and at different times to cripple any substantial progress in meeting the requirements of the FARP.



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L’Inde va évaluer le chasseur Rafale pour sa marine


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Publié le 20 janvier 2016, dernière mise à jour le 20 janvier 2016.



Décision qui était attendue, le gouvernement indien a ordonné à sa marine d’entreprendre des présentations détaillées avec Dassault Aviation à propos du Rafale.

Une source du ministère indien de la défense explique que le gouvernement veut des synergies sur la logistique et les pièces détachées des chasseurs entre la marine et l’armée de l’air.

Une présentation détaillée sur le Rafale pour la marine indienne est prévue le 29 janvier, a précisé la source. Mais elle a refusé d’indiquer si l’Inde allait acheter aussi des Rafale pour sa marine.

Un responsable de la marine a souligné que celle-ci avait besoin de 54 chasseurs, mais il a refusé de dire si le Rafale avait été retenu.


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Afghanistan today said three of the four multirole Mi-35 helicopters that India donated to it last month have been assembled and are now fully operational to combat terrorism in the war-torn country.

According to the Defense Ministry, the helicopters will be used in the ongoing Helmand battle for the first time.

“We have always been helped by India. The helicopters donated by India to Afghanistan have been assembled and will help us fight terrorists,” Tolo news agency quoted Ghulam Sakhi Ahmadzai, deputy chief of procurement of the Defense Ministry, as saying.

Thanking India for its cooperation, air force commander Abdul Wahab Wardak said help from regional and global countries was crucial for bringing peace and stability to the country.

“The [Indian) helicopters are very suitable for the climate and the location of the country and they can give further morale to the security forces in their operations against terrorists,”  ..

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India’s Light Combat Aircraft Tejas at Bahrain Air Show
Jan 20, 2016

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LCA Tejas to enthrall audience at Bahrain airshow

The two Limited Series Production (LSP) planes will give a flying display through a series of aerobatic manoeuvres.

India’s own Light Combat Aircraft Tejas will enthrall the audience at Bahrain International Airshow starting on Thursday as the country hopes to explore potential export opportunities.

The two Limited Series Production (LSP) planes will give a flying display through a series of aerobatic manoeuvres such as 8-g pull, vertical loop, slow fly past and barrel roll. “It is important that indigenous aircraft fly outside India in international air shows. HAL is proud to be associated with the design, development and production of Tejas.


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The Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) «Tejas» is an Indian single-seat, single-jet engine, multi-role light fighter developed by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited. It is a tailless, compound delta wing design powered by a single engine.

The Tejas is the second supersonic fighter developed by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) after the HAL HF-24 Marut. The Indian Air Force (IAF) was reported to have a requirement for 200 single-seat and 20 two-seat conversion trainers, while the Indian Navy might order up to 40 single-seaters to replace its Sea Harrier FRS.51 and Harrier T.60.


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L’aéronavale indienne s’intéresse de près au Rafale « Marine »Posté dans Asie-Pacifique, Forces navales par Laurent Lagneau Le 21-01-2016



Sans doute que le contrat portant sur l’achat, par l’Inde, de 36 avions Rafale sera signé à l’occasion de la visite officielle du président Hollande à New Delhi, le 24 janvier prochain. Ces appareils seraient destinés à l’Indian Air Force (IAF), qui en un besoin crucial pour respecter son contrat opérationnel. Mais cette dernière n’est pas seule à s’intéresser de près au Rafale : la marine indienne également.

En effet, d’après la chaîne de télévision NDTV, une délégation française de « haut niveau » doit bientôt rencontrer l’état-major de l’Indian Navy pour répondre à ses interrogations sur le Rafale M, la version navale de l’avion de Dassault Aviation.

Au cours de cette rencontre, ont expliqué à NDTV des sources du ministère indien de la Défense, la délégation française présentera les différents aspects du Rafale M et les avantages qu’il y aura à les mettre en oeuvre avec ceux de l’IAF. Un maintien en condition opérationnelle et une logistique mutualisés en font partie.

Actuellement, la marine indienne dispose de deux porte-avions : l’INS Viraat (ex-HMS Hermes), cédé par la Royal Navy, et l’INS Vikramaditya, un ancien bâtiment russe (ex-Admiral Gorshkov) modernisé par la Russie pour plus de 2 milliards de dollars.

Cela étant, en partie pour répondre aux ambitions chinoises en matière de capacités navales, New Delhi entend construire deux autres porte-avions par ses propres moyens, dans le cadre du projet 71 (Indigenous Aircraft Carrier). Le premier bâtiment aura une configuration dite STOBAR (Short Take-Off But Arrested Recovery), avec un pont d’envol incliné pour faire décoller ses appareils, qui seront en l’occurrence des MiG-29K et des HAL Tejas Mk2 navalisés).

Quant au second, l’état-major indien a décidé qu’il aurait une configuration dite CATOBAR (Catapult Assisted Take Off But Arrested Recovery), laquelle, grâce à ses catapultes et ses brins d’arrêt, permet de mettre en oeuvre d’autres appareils que des avions de combat (avion de guet aérien ou de transport, comme par exemple le C-2A Greyhound).

Seulement, le choix de cette configuration suppose d’acquérir des avions de combat adaptés, c’est à dire apte à supporter les contraintes d’un catapultage (accélération de 5G pour atteindre une vitesse de 90 à 120 noeuds sur 260 mètres).

Les appareils pouvant opérer sur un porte-avions CATOBAR ne sont pas nombreux. L’on compte le F/A-18 Super Hornet de Boeing, le très coûteux F-35C de Lockheed-Martin et, donc, le Rafale M. La marine indienne estimerait ses besoins à 54 exemplaires.

D’autres constructeurs ont lancé des études pour « navaliser » leurs appareils, comme le consortium Eurofighter avec le Typhoon et Saab avec le Gripen. Ce type d’entreprise est compliqué car il ne suffit par d’ajouter une crosse d’appontage à un avion pour qu’il soit en mesure d’être embarqué à bord d’un porte-avions.


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The Indian Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar yesterday said full-scale production of the indigenous Light Combat Aircraft Tejas will begin by next year and that other countries have shown interest in the plane. ”As per my primary report, it is appreciated by other countries who are interested. By next year, we are starting full-scale production,” he told local reporters.



Tejas, which had been in the making for over 3 decades, is taking part in the ongoing Bahrain International Airshow as the country hopes to explore potential export opportunities. It is a single-engine, light-weight, highly agile, multi-role supersonic fighter plane. Tejas is a 4.5 generation aircraft with supersonic capability at all altitudes.

Indian Air Force plans to acquire 120 Tejas aircraft, with 100 of them having some major modifications. It wants better radar, new electronic warfare suit, refueling capacity and improved missiles. The training of IAF pilots on LCA has already commenced. Though India's Defense Research and Development Organization has developed a naval version of Tejas, the country's navy is seeking a more powerful engine, besides other changes.

As per the production plan, six aircraft will be made this year (2015-16) and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited will subsequently scale it up to eight and 16 aircraft per year. It is estimated that 20 aircraft will be built by 2017- 2018, to make the first squadron of the aircraft. The LCA programme was initiated in 1983 to replace the ageing MiG-21s planes in IAF’s combat fleet but has missed several deadlines due to various reasons.



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