INTRODUCTION Australia is a country which is seldom seen as a military power. It has the unique distinction of being a country and a continent, as well as an island. It greatly benefits from the lack of hostile neighbours, which allows it to build a defensive military. Having an extremely long coastline to protect, Australia […]Read more "Top 10 Most Powerful Weapons of The Australian Military"
INTROUCTION When we talk about top quality electronics and robotics, Japan is the first country which comes to our mind. But when we talk about military equipment, hardly anyone mentions Japan. Robotics and electronics are the main fields which are dominating today’s defense industries, and since Japan has an extremely strong base in them, they […]Read more "Top 10 Most Powerful Weapons of The Japanese Military"
INTRODUCTION India is one of the most rapidly growing militaries in the world. They have evolved from a regional force with tactical capabilities to a growing strategic force with global reach. They are heavily dependent on foreign suppliers for equipment as their local industry hasn’t quite delivered as promised. But the ones in service are […]Read more "Top 10 Most Powerful Weapons of The Indian Military"
This is the third part of the series. We have covered introduction and detection of anti-ship missiles in general in the earlier articles. We strongly suggest you read those 2 articles before proceeding with this as it will give you a better idea of what is explained here. In this article, we will specifically deal […]Read more "Explained – Can The US Navy Shoot Down The Deadly BrahMos Missile?"
The most important stage in shooting down Anti-Ship missiles is their detection. The most important stage in shooting down Anti-Ship missiles is their detection. Since these missiles follow high, medium or low altitude flight profiles, detection time varies. A high-flying missile can be easily detected from a long distance ( around 50-100 km away) and […]Read more "How To Shoot Down Anti-Ship Missiles: Part-2: Detection Using Radars"