October 22, 2017

Royal Dutch Navy - HNLMS Karel Doorman heads to Saint Maarten






F-35B Lightning II JAPAN






Nice peek inside a P-8's weapons bay







Mig-29 hand over ceremony to Serbia








Saudi and Bakistan - Al Sam Sam Exercises








October 21, 2017

Royal Canadian Navy Victoria-class HMCS Chicoutimi (SSK 879) arrives in Japan at Yokosuka Naval Base








Chinese Navy Type 093B 094 type - 5 nuclear submarines together


Three 094-type strategic nuclear submarines and two 093-type attack nuclear submarines of PLA Navy









Newest addition to the Serbian Air Force - 6 MiG-29's






South Korean Navy wants an aviation command


The Republic of Korea Navy (RoKN) has laid out plans for an aviation command, Yonhap reports.



Portuguese - Atlantic Polex 2017 Execises






US Army - Modernizing to increase lethality for future readiness





BARS-2017 - Third iteration of the Russian and Serbian Air Force join exercise





Iraqi forces, Peshmerga clash in Kirkuk sub-district






Indonesia deploys F-16s to Darwin for Elang AUSINDO 17

The Indonesian Air Force has deployed six F-16s to Darwin, Australia for exercise Elang AUSINDO 17 with the Royal Australian Air Force.







RoKAF to setup RQ-4 unit in December


The Republic of Korea Air Force (RoKAF) will set up an airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) unit in December for its RQ-4 assets.





NATO Naval Exercise Brilliant Mariner 2017






October 19, 2017

Boys will be boys






Despite Afghanistan objections, Pakistani army officials Wednesday unveiled first section of fence along the de facto border






Indian Naval ships arrive at Vladivostok, Russia for Ex INDRA 2017







Russia Expands Myanmar Mi-24P Repair Programme




Russian Helicopters is to repair a small number of Mil Mi-24P/35P (‘Hind’) combat helicopters in Myanmar, as part of an initiative to support platforms in the country of operation instead of transporting the aircraft to Russia.

The group said that it would send a team of technicians to Myanmar from this month to repair three of four Mil Mi-24 helicopters operated by the Myanmar Air Force (MAF). Russian Helicopters said that repair work on the first Mi-24 was recently completed at the company’s Aircraft Repair Plant 419 in St Petersburg.

As part of the support programme, Russian Helicopters added that it had delivered the accessories and spare parts to Myanmar required to locally repair the MAF’s Mi-24s, reducing the timeframe required to overhaul the aircraft.

Highlighting the significance of the MAF programme, Russian Helicopters’ deputy CEO for aftersales service, Igor Chechikov, said, “This contract is extremely important for us, as we are implementing a procedure of complete overhaul of military aircraft with on-site visits [from] group specialists to the client’s territory for the first time.”

Chechikov added, “Successful completion of works will lay the foundation for [the] further development of co-operation and [the] signing [of] new agreements with our partners in Myanmar.”

The contract to repair the aircraft was announced in June 2016, and followed a framework agreement in 2015 under which Russian Helicopters committed to expand collaboration with the Myanmar armed forces. Russian Helicopters regards these deals as potential precursors to additional contracts through which the firm will support localised maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) programmes.


Chinese Norinco NDM-86 sniper rifle








JASDF F-4 catches fire before take-off


A Japan Air Self-Defense Force F-4 fighter caught fire while it was taxiing to the runway for take off at Hyakuri airbase on Oct. 18.









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