India’s Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) together with its variants, is the smallest and lightest Multi-Role Supersonic Fighter Aircraft of its class. This single engine, Compound-Delta-Wing, Tailless Aircraft is designed and developed by ADA with HAL as the principal partner along with DRDO, CSIR, BEL, DGAQA, IAF& IN to meet diverse needs of the Indian Air Force (IAF).
The HAL Dhruv is a utility helicopter developed and manufactured by India’s Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL). Thisis powered by twin 1000shpTurbomeca TM333-2B. Turboshafts are mounted above the cabin and drive a four-blade composite main rotor can be manually folded.The blades are mounted between cruciform-shaped carbon-fibre-reinforced plastic plates on a fibre elastomer constructed rotor head.The ALH makes use of an advanced integrated dynamic system which combines several rotor control features into an integrated module. The helicopter is of conventional design and about two-thirds by weight of composite construction. The high tail boom allows easy access to the rear clamshell loading doors.
HenewArjun Mk.2 has improved protection, firepower and mobility over its predecessor. This new main battle tank is fitted with advanced thermal imaging and panoramic sights, and now has a hunter-killer capability. Fire control system of the new tank should have a hit probability over 90%, when firing on the move. The new tank also has improved communication systems and new navigation system.The ArjunMark.IIis also compatible with Israeli LAHAT anti-tank guided missiles.
‘INS Chennai’, the third indigenously designed guided missile destroyer in the Kolkata class, has been built at the Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Ltd in Mumbai. the ship’s commissioning also marks the end of the Project 15A to build Kolkata-class guided missile destroyers. With an overall length of 164 metres and displacement of over 750tons, ‘INS Chennai’ is one of the largest destroyers in the fleet of Indian Navy.