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« Respuesta #60 : 13 Octubre 2012, 21:24:01 »

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« Respuesta #61 : 13 Octubre 2012, 21:26:07 »

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« Respuesta #62 : 21 Octubre 2012, 23:03:35 »

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« Respuesta #63 : 21 Octubre 2012, 23:05:47 »

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« Respuesta #66 : 21 Octubre 2012, 23:20:23 »

Indian Air Force to procure 12 choppers for Siachen operations

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New Delhi: Troops stationed at the Siachen Glacier can look forward to better resource mobilisation as the Indian Air Force is procuring 12 new light helicopters for deployment there.

A request for proposal (RFP) has been sent by the IAF to defence aerospace PSU HAL for buying 12 Cheetal helicopters which will be used for carrying out operations in high altitude areas in the northern borders, IAF officials told PTI here.

The Cheetal helicopters are an upgraded version of the Cheetahs with more powerful engines manufactured by HAL.

The IAF has some of its squadrons of the Cheetah/Chetak choppers deployed in Leh and Thoise in Jammu and Kashmir for flying to provide air support to army troops deployed at and along the world's highest battlefield there, the officials said.

The Cheetals are being procured as there is a delay in the acquisition of new Light Utility Helicopters (LUHs) for replacing the Cheetah/Chetak fleet of the IAF and the Army due to cancellation of procurement procedures in the recent past, they said.

The Defence Ministry is procuring 197 LUHs of which 133 would go to the army while the remaining would be with the IAF.

The navy has also issued a tender for procuring 56 choppers that will replace its fleet of the vintage Cheetah/Chetak helicopters.

Indian armed forces, which are on a massive modernisation drive, have decided to procure and induct over 1,000 choppers for different requirements over the next five to 10 years.
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« Respuesta #67 : 21 Octubre 2012, 23:21:01 »

IAF Scales Down FGFA Numbers By A Third: Report

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The Indian Air Force has scaled down its requirement for the proposed Indo-Russian fifth generation fighter aircraft (FGFA) by 70 aircraft -- it has not put down a requirement now for just 144 aircraft, down from 214 earlier stated (166 single seaters and 48 twin-seaters). In an interview to India Strategic magazine, IAF Chief Air Chief Marshal N.A.K. Browne has said that all 144 of these will be single-seater aircraft (which explains the modified single-seat wind-tunnel model unveiled recently by HAL).
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« Respuesta #68 : 21 Octubre 2012, 23:21:48 »

Attack choppers for army: 'Acceptance of ground reality'

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The Union defence ministry after plenty of deliberations has finally decided to hand over control and operation of attack helicopters to the army, notwithstanding the stiff opposition from the Indian Air Force. This would mean that all future attack helicopters would be with the army and its aviation corps would operate, pilot and also maintain the attack choppers.


The tussle between the two Services over the issue had come out in the open when IAF Chief Air Chief Marshal N A K Browne said the country cannot afford to have these "little air forces" doing their own things.


Air Marshal (retd) B K Pandey (PVSM) explains to Rediff.com that this is something the army cannot be faulted with for having asked for control over the attack choppers.


"One must also understand the army's point of view. The idea of the army is that whenever they carry out an operation on the ground they would need intimate air support. The army feels that if the control is with the Indian Air Force the response time would suffer," he says.


"The decision of the government to hand over control of attack choppers to the army was made sometime back. When the army had procured the light combat choppers from the HAL it was pretty clear that the government was handing over some control to the army," he says.


"I do not fault the army's demand for control over attack choppers. An operation undertaken by the army would need to be carried out to precision. With their own air support, they feel that the coordination and the response time would be better. Prior to this they had to wait for a clearance from the IAF and all this led to a certain amount of delay," Air Marshal Pandey points out.


"However, this decision should not been seen as if the air force is losing all control. Out of the 22 Apaches, a certain amount of choppers would remain with the air force. Also one should not think that the air force would become defunct after this decision. The air force would continue to do its work such as precision attacks, destruction of radar installations and also striking at terrorist camps. The army would only have a direct control over choppers during a ground operation".


"This should also not be seen as a shocking decision. In the past too the air force has handed over control of its aircrafts. They have handed over their reconnaissance aircrafts to the Indian Navy. The navy today is also getting the P8 I which again would be under their control. Also the IAF had handed over choppers such as the Chetak and the Cheetah to the army."


"This in my view would be a step in this sequential development of events that have been taking place. The government of India [ Images ] did find the demand by the army as a legitimate one and hence handed over control of the attack choppers to the army," he notes.


"Now with regard to the ego clashes, I would like to say that there will be many. But it will not come in the way of an operation. Such major decisions cannot be taken based on ego clashes and the government has studied the issue carefully before taking such a decision. There is an objective view that needs to be taken in such matters of national interest. However, the army must not treat this as a victory over the air force. It is merely the acceptance of ground reality," he points out.


"In any major war it will be the air force which will commence action. The first step in a war would be to neutralise the air power of the opponent. Although we debate the lack of air power being used in the 1962 war and also the hesitation to use the air force during Kargil [ Images ], today everyone knows that air power will commence operations during a war. There cannot be any hesitation in using air power during future wars. Hence, let us not make this into an ego battle. It is an acceptance of the ground reality and the importance of each wing of the armed forces remains intact," Air Marshal Pandey notes.
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« Respuesta #69 : 21 Octubre 2012, 23:22:44 »

IAF upgrades sting power of Eastern Command

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GUWAHATI: Fifty years after the war with China, the Indian Air Force is upgrading its operational capability in the Eastern Command, the aerial strike force against China in the eastern sector.

The IAF has completely phased out all MiGs from the northeast and inducted strike fighter aircraft Sukhoi-30s in Tezpur and Chabua. It has also inducted the Russian-made Mi-17V5 armed helicopters, which have more payload carrying capability at higher altitudes, state-of-the-art autopilot and is compatible with the latest night vision goggles for flying at night.

The IAF is now in the process of acquiring all the advanced landing grounds (ALGs) in Arunachal Pradesh, which are currently under the ministry of home affairs. After acquiring the ALGs, the IAF will develop them for the AN-32s and Hercules aircrafts, which will transport soldiers and weapons to China over the highly treacherous terrain with extreme weather conditions.

"The eastern sector is undergoing transformation and we are upgrading its operational capability. It will make our command strong enough to take on any challenge posed on us," air officer commanding-in-chief of the EAC Air Marshal S Varthaman said at the 80th anniversary of the IAF at the EAC headquarters in Shillong.

"The focus of development of the IAF has shifted to Eastern Command. Once the ALGs in Arunachal Pradesh are acquired, the hurdle of movement of troops to the frontline areas posed due to poor surface communication will be taken care of in two to three years," a source said.
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« Respuesta #70 : 21 Octubre 2012, 23:23:57 »

Indian Air Force forms teams to tackle terror attacks

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The Indian Air Force has formed special teams to counter terrorism in the country who are specially ‘trained to react in minimum time at any specific target’.

Elaborating on the changing role of IAF in modern times, Air Marshal AK Gogoi, AOC-in-C, South Western Air Command {SWAC}, while talking to media persons at the opening ceremony of 3-Indian Air Force Selection Board at Gandhinagar on Monday, said that ‘there are specific teams created to counter any such terror situations’.

The board is first in the western part of the country, wherein the candidates from Gujarat, Rajasthan and Maharashtra will be motivated to opt for IAF as career. Gogoi was speaking on occasion of the celebration of 80th Air Force Day on Monday.

Addressing the audience, Air Marshal Sukumar said, that currently only around 1% of the total recruitment is from Gujarat, while 4% is from Rajasthan. Gogoi said that by opening the IAFSB here, they want more and more people from the state to join IAF. “Officer level recruits will be selected through this board,’’ he said.

The IAF is also gearing up to recruit personnel at the airman level. Gogoi said that a selection centre for this will soon be opened at Vadodara, wherein support staff will be recruited. The land and area for the Centre is decided and soon an official announcement will be made.
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« Respuesta #71 : 21 Octubre 2012, 23:25:02 »

Indian Air Force undergoing massive modernisation

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BANGALORE: Indian Air Force is undergoing massive modernisation with induction of State-of-the-Art Aircraft and weapon systems, Air Marshal Rajinder Singh, Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Headquarters Training Command, today said.

"This evolution in tandem with the professional excellence, has catapulted the IAF to being the very best in the world," he said, addressing the 80th IAF anniversary celebrations here.

Air Marshal Rajinder Singh gave away the Chief of the Air Staff and AOC in C commendations to the recipients.

Earlier,he placed a wreath at the War Memorial in remembrance of those who laid down their lives. IAF Personnel observed two minutes silence as a mark of respect to the martyrs.

Later, at the gathering of Training Command Personnel the oath was administered and messages received from President Pranab Mukherjee, Vice President Hamid Ansari, Defence Minister AK Abtony and Air Chief Marshal NAK Browne were read out.
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« Respuesta #72 : 21 Octubre 2012, 23:26:05 »

A flypast of warfare and mission avionics

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The Defence Avionics Research Establishment (DARE), Bangalore, is one of the six laboratories coming under the aeronautics cluster of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). It was started in 1986 as the Advanced Systems Integration and Evaluation Organisation for enhancing the operational capabilities of the Indian Air Force, through the application of new technologies.

There is no room for any shortcoming in the defence competence of the air force. It should be perfect. The technologies employed have to be up-to-date.

The electronic warfare systems have to be mission-effective and fully prepared to meet any emerging challenge. Therefore, state-of-the-art mission avionics should be ensured at any time.

DARE has made substantial contributions in the fields of airborne electronic warfare; airborne processors; and testing and evaluation of electronic warfare systems.

It has implemented various concepts in concurrent engineering in partnership with the industry. (Concurrent engineering involves a style of design in which development stages are run in parallel rather than in series, to reduce lead times and costs. Design and manufacture are often integrated. The entire lifecycle of the product is considered during the early stage of design itself. The transfer of technology is seamless.)

The establishment has two important wings: electronic warfare and mission avionics wing

The electronic warfare wing focusses on the design and development of radar warning systems and warfare suites for various aircraft to enhance their survivability and mission accomplishment. The manufacture is in collaboration with Bharat Electronics Ltd., which is a public sector organisation carrying out design, development and manufacture of sophisticated electronics equipment and components for the use of defence services, paramilitary and other government organisations such as All India Radio, Doordarshan, the Department of Telecommunications, the police and the meteorological departments.

The Mission Avionics Wing has pioneered indigenous development in its area. The mission computers for fighter aircraft have been developed and delivered in bulk. This is a continuation of the efforts of the erstwhile Advanced Systems Integration and Evaluation Organisation, which later emerged as DARE.

It is with the association of the local industry that technology has been developed for the fabrication of metal-clad and metal-core multi-layeredprinted circuitboards foravionics use. Military avionics grade multi-output power supplies in the range of 100 watts to 200 watts form another significant set of products.

The Mission Planning software developed has to be compliant with military standards and extremely user-friendly. It determines the effectiveness of the system. Different variants of the software are made to cater for different aircraft platforms. So the software is designed and developed using object-oriented technology and is compliant with military standards.

(The object-oriented development approach helps manage software complexity and produce large software systems that are easy to maintain. It breaks a system to a hierarchy of manageable pieces — systems, subsystems, modules, objects. The object-oriented paradigm focusses on classes that encapsulate data and algorithms for manipulating the data. The related approach usually places data where they are not directly accessible by the rest of the program. A program may contain multiple copies of each type of object, one for each of the objects being dealt with by the program.)

The data retrieval units associated with the software are so designed as to withstand all adverse temperatures. User-friendly automated test stations for line-replaceable units and PCB maintenance tests are other notable developments.

Facilities

There is a wide range of sophisticated equipment available in DARE to carry out efficiently its commitments in its field of research and development. The researchers have opportunities to use these for their studies for innovative design and production. Many of these have been developed in the Establishment itself.

The “Range On Wheels” developed is a significant facility. This is used to evaluate installed specifications of airborne electronic warfare systems and for fine-tuning electronic countermeasures techniques. This facility comprises items such as threat radar, reference radar, data acquisition station, mission control station and generator vehicle. The data acquisition station contains inter alia data analysis facilities, real-time telemetry, communication, video recording and displays, central timing and a differential GPS (Global Positioning System) base station. The mission control station comprises a mission control vehicle, in which all the activities of flight trials can be monitored and directed.

The Dynamic Avionics Integration Rig is used to carry out extensive testing of all the functions of the aircraft on the Rig.

DARE has equipped fighter aircraft of Indian Air Force and Indian Navy with electronic armour, comprising electronic support measures and self-protection jammers.

All these point to the key role played by this research establishment in maintaining the defence capabilities of our country. The significance of science research in modern warfare offers rich opportunities for the youth with the right aptitude and talent in taking up research as a career. Establishments such as DARE provide excellent platforms to the aspirants.
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« Respuesta #73 : 21 Octubre 2012, 23:26:56 »

Indian Air Force breaks new ground, puts women pilots in combat mode

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BANGALORE: Another male bastion, this time in the air, has gone to women. For the first time ever, the Indian Air Force is preparing two of its women pilots for combat roles.

Flight Lieutenants Alka Shukla and M P Shumathi were trained at the Yelahanka station in flying twin-engine Mi-8, a utility and medium-size assault helicopter. Both pilots are at their operational units where they will continue with their armament and special heli-operations training.

Women pilots were only asked to operate single-engine helicopters such as Cheetah and Chethak, used only on non-combat missions. For Alka, this opportunity came her way after she spent over three years in a Chetak helicopter unit in West Bengal, performing casualty evacuation operations in Sikkim and Bhutan. "When I was at Bagdogra station, my senior told me that I have to go to Bangalore. Initially, it didn't click. By the time I realized the magnitude of the offer, I had all my colleagues congratulating me," she said.

Alka is thrilled by the new combat manoeuvres that she is flying. "I'm being trained in hovering above to enable troops slither down the ropes. This manoeuvre was similar to the ones carried out during the 26/11 strikes in Mumbai," she said. "The two women officers had the same curriculum and training as their male counterparts and they performed very well," said Wing Commander N D Mahajan, chief flying instructor of the unit.

They will be trained in bombing, rocket attack, combat search and rescue, and special heli-borne operations. Deepak Kumar Vats, commanding officer of Alka's 112 helicopter unit, said his unit has twin roles: training pilots who are switching over from single-engine helicopters to twin-engine ones, and an operational role. "As of now, our operations have more to do with civilian aid such as flood-relief operations. But in case of a contingency, our units could be moved to the northwest where Alka may be part of the operations," he said.
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« Respuesta #74 : 21 Octubre 2012, 23:28:08 »

Indian Air Force to raise four more squadrons of Su-30 MKI fighter

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New Delhi: The Indian Air Force  is all set to raise four more squadrons of Su-30 MKI fighter in the near future as it prepares to induct the tenth unit of the aircraft in Punjab along the Pakistan border.

Codenamed 'Flying Lancers', the process to set up the new Number-15 squadron will be initiated in December and will be fully operational by middle of the next year, Air Chief Marshal N A K Browne said.

"By the end of this year, in December, and early next year, we will be inducting a new Su-30 squadron, based in Punjab. That will be the tenth squadron of Su-30 and the process will continue for at least six months from January to June," he said.

Addressing a press conference before the 80th anniversary of the IAF, Mr Browne said the force will deploy more Sukhoi squadrons in Eastern and Southern sectors.

"We are raising three-four more squadrons of Sukhoi. Two extra squadrons are being raised in Eastern Sector. So far we have raised two squadrons there and two more are in process," he said, replying to a query on deployment of the fighter aircraft in the northeast.

On IAF's future plans to induct Su-30MKIs in the force, he said, "One more squadron will be based in Punjab and one will be in Southern Command in Thanjavur. Therefore, we will have 13-14 total squadrons of Sukhoi to add to our strength."

On development of infrastructure in the northeast, Mr Browne said the force is focusing there in terms of infrastructure, radars and air defence systems. It will also deploy the Medium-Multi Role Combat Aircraft (M-MRCA) there after its induction in the force, he said.

IAF is also planning to induct additional C-130J transport aircraft, which will be based at Panagarh in northeast.
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