PART 2 OF THE INDIAN FUTURE WEAPONS SERIES On the morning of 7 November 2017, India’s most complicated and troublesome […]
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Nearly a decade after a tragic crash of its second prototype that killed a three-member Indian Air Force test crew, […]
where is the missile
Now.. i know.. It happens.. early morning. Bad coffee. But c’mon. Look at the irony here: http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3334/3289683584_f1f1a221c7.jpg?v=0
get ur staff some fresh coffee man.
With due respects.J
Is it possible to have captions along with photos? The 3rd photo here is unclear. Could you explain what is the cut-away model is?
No wonder its unclear, there is no 3rd photo
Ok my mistake only two photos showed up on the front page :). And regarding the 3rd pic, thats the picture showing how brahmos will be installed on the sub , a cutaway model, showing how they will be arranged
Is that, by any chance, a model of the ATV?
no it’s a diesel-electric. probably a scorpene.
Can you kindly tell who has displayed this model. Is it Bhramos Organisation trying to sell the missle? No such design exists even on paper. What tonnage submarine is this modal depicting? It is certainly not Scorpene.
Hey,are those the pictures of an ATV or a scorpene.And isn’t the ATVsuppose to carry ballistic Missiles
Indian Navy need to have policy to have more than / atleast 40 nos in readiness , Navy / govt are wasting the time like anything, due to india is encircled by chinese navy with its Nuclear Submarines . Indian navy seems to be very cool in unpreparedness , we really worry about 100 cr indians . At least navy should have massive nos of latest ASW( anti-submarine warfare ).
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