May 23, 2017

The First March of the Lion of the Valley Battalion





Islamic State Executes 11 Civilians Over Spying Charges In Kirkuk










The First March of the Lion of the Valley Battalion





Chinese Dongfeng 16 missile testing





Chinese Hongdu L-15 Production line








Japanese DD-118 Akizuki-class destroyer





MV-22B Osprey flight crew delivers motivation at up to 3,000 rounds per minute






Yemeni troops annihilate entire Sudanese contingent paid by Saudi Arabia







Trump dancing







Malta took delivery of its third King Air




The Armed Forces of Malta has taken delivery of its third King Air maritime patrol aircraft on May 22. Purchase of the aircraft was made possible with financial assistance from the European Union.

Al Shabaab video shows "graduation ceremony" of East Africa fighters from Kenya Ethiopia Uganda and Tanzania, attended by Sheik Ali Dhere






Granny hunter in action






China PLA Navy Engine running test







Helicopter of the Bundeswehr over Lake Balaton: Fireblade 2017





Iraq - Compilation of air strikes against IS terrorists





Hooah: 82nd Airborne Division and 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade





Dutch - C-17 brings home the last Chinook from Mali






Combat use of aviation at the Ruzhany training ground





MD-530 Light Scout Attack Helicopter – Live Fire Training In Afghanistan





Unacknowledged Sneak Peek: Government Hoax





Saab - Flexpatrol 98 Stealth Next Generation Multi-Mission Corvette Simulation






May 22, 2017

Indian Navy to get more Israeli Barak 8 missiles in $630-mn deal with IAI




Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) said on Sunday it has won an additional $630 million contract to supply air defence missile systems for four ships of the Indian navy.

The contract will be carried out, for the first time, with state-owned Bharat Electronics Ltd, which serves as the main contractor in the project as part of the Modi government's "Make in India" policy.

Israel's Barak 8 long-range surface-to-air missile system was successfully tested last week aboard an Indian navy ship. During the trial scenario, an airborne threat was identified and an intercepting missile was launched and destroyed the target.

In April, IAI struck a deal worth almost $2 billion to supply India's army and navy with missile defence systems. Israel is one of the top three arms suppliers to India.

Yemenis fire ballistic missile at Riyadh ahead of Trump visit







Two M777 towed howitzers arrive for Indian Army trials

155 mm 






Two M777 A-2 (Indian) ULHs arrived today for preparation of firing tables. During this event, the guns will fire 155-mm indigenous ammunition. As per the contract agreement, firing tables are being prepared by the contracted agency — U.S. government and BAE Systems with support of the Army,” the Army said in a statement.

Last November, India entered into a contract with the U.S. government under the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) programme for buying 145 BAE Systems-built M777 A-2 artillery guns in a $737-million deal.

Twenty-five of them will be imported and 120 assembled in India in partnership with the Mahindra group. As the 39-calibre towed artillery gun made of titanium and aluminium alloys weighs only four tonnes, they can be transported under-slung on helicopters.

Chinese 96B tanks preparing for the upcoming 2017 tanks biathlons





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