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  • Wreckage of missing Sukhoi-30 jet fighter found in Assam:-The wreckage of the IAF Sukhoi fighter jet that went missing with two crew members on board was found on Friday after three days of search operations....
  • MAST ASIA 2017:-MAST Asia 2017, Japan's only international 'Maritime/Air Systems & Technologies International Trade Show, Conference and Community Enabler' will be held in Makuhari Messe, Tokyo, Japan from 12th to 14th June, 2017....
  • US Navy's new Ford-class carrier sets sail for acceptance trials:-The Navy's next generation aircraft carrier, the nuclear-powered USS Gerald R Ford (CVN 78), has departed the Naval Station Norfolk for acceptance trials, paving the way for the warship's commissioning into service later this year....
  • India-Singapore joint naval exercise SIMBEX 2017 concludes:-The Indian Navy and the Singapore Navy have concluded a week-long bilateral military exercise in the South China Sea, during which they conducted a series of advanced naval warfare drills, including air defence exercises and gunnery live-firings....
  • Strategic Partnership model in defence gets Cabinet approval

    In a major step for defence indigenisation, the Union Cabinet on Wednesday gave its go ahead to the 'strategic partnership' model under which select private firms will be engaged to build military platforms like fighter jets, submarines and battle tanks.

  • Modi visit: India, Germany look to step up economic, defence cooperation

    India and Germany are set to ink a series of agreements to further deepen ties in key areas of trade, investment and energy, besides exploring ways to step up defence cooperation during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's two-day visit to Berlin beginning Monday.

  • All set for GSLV Mark III launch

    India's most powerful launch vehicle - Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) Mark III - built to lift the heaviest Indian communication satellites to space, is all set to be launched soon.

  • Israel Aerospace Industries inks USD630 mln missile defence systems deal with India

    State-owned Israel Aerospace Industries said on Saturday it has closed another major deal worth USD 630 million with India to supply advanced long range air and missile defence systems for four ships of the Indian Navy.

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