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Top 10 Deadly Weapon Owned By India Military by Gcleaf(m): 2:51am On May 16, 2020
India is one of the most rapidly growing militaries in the world. They have evolved from a regional force with tactical capabilities to a growing strategic force with global reach. They are heavily dependent on foreign suppliers for equipment as their local industry hasn’t quite delivered as promised. But the ones in service are top quality indigenous systems. This article will cover the 10 most powerful weapon systems used by the Indian Armed Forces. It is interesting to note that even though most of the weapons in the list are foreign supplied, the Indians have modified many of them to suit their requirements. They are known for purchasing well-known platforms and integrating them with subsystems from around the world to create a lethal system which would turn out better than the original. This makes them a force to reckon with. The order of weapons in the article is entirely based on my analysis and opinion. I haven’t included strategic nuclear weapons and their delivery platforms. After over a hundred fan requests in the past month, Defencyclopedia brings you this article. So sit back and enjoy reading it.

10. Pinaka MLRS



Pinaka was designed to replace the BM-21 Grad multiple rocket launcher systems of the Indian Army. It is a multifaceted system integrating high energy propulsion, sub-munition warheads, servo-controlled launcher configuration and fire control computer.

The Pinaka system is based on the 8×8 vehicle. Each battery is composed of six launcher vehicles, six loader-cum replenishment vehicles and two command post vehicles. Each launcher vehicle carries two pods, housing a total of 12 rockets.

Each Pinaka rocket is capable of carrying a 100kg payload for a range of 40km. A single Pinaka battery can neutralise a surface area of 700m x 500m. The system can engage targets with a circular error probability (CEP) of one to two percent of range.

9. PAD/ AAD Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) Systematic



New Delhi: India’s indigenous Ballistic Missile Defence (BMD) programme is complete, and the Indian Air Force (IAF) and the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) are now working on a proposal to seek the government’s nod to install the missile shield for the national capital, ThePrint has learnt.

The BMD, along with the Russian S-400 Triumf air defence system , aims to secure the country from all kinds of incoming missiles, including nuclear, and flying objects.

“The BMD programme has been completed. All tests carried so far have been successful, including the radars and missiles. The IAF, which is responsible for the country’s air defence, and the DRDO, which has developed the system, will now move a joint proposal for the government’s clearance,” a top government official told ThePrint.

The official, however, didn’t reveal much about other details of the programme.

The successful test of the anti-satellite (A-SAT) missile last March was a big boost to the BMD programme. India’s leap in space with the A-SAT test is especially significant because inter-continental ballistic missiles like China’s Dongfeng series travel through space before re-entering Earth’s atmosphere to hit the target.

8. NaMiCa (Nag Missile Carrier)



NEW DELHI: Moving closer toward the induction of the Nag anti-tank guided missiles into the Army, Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO ) on Sunday carried out three successful test firings of the missiles in the

Pokhran firing ranges.

"The missiles were test-fired during both day and night on Sunday during the trials. All three tests were successful," DRDO officials said.

Government sources said the missile is in the final stages of being inducted into the Army which will use it by mounting them on the modified armoured vehicles.

The Defence Acquisition Council has last year approved the procurement of DRDO's designed and developed NAG Missile System (NAMIS) at the cost of Rs 524 crore.

The system includes a third generation Anti-Tank Guided Missile, the NAG, along with the Missile Carrier Vehicle (NAMICA). The NAG missile is a third generation anti-tank guided missile, which has top attack capabilities that can effectively engage and destroy all known enemy tanks during day and night.

The successful induction of the NAG missile into the Army is expected to give a quantum boost to the Army's capability against enemy armour.

The Army and DRDO are supposed to carry out more tests of the missiles on Monday also to further validate the missile's capabilities.

Nag was one of the first five strategic missiles planned to be developed under the Integrated Missile Development Programme initiated in the 1980s.

The other missiles developed under the project include the Agni, Prithvi and Akash and all three of them have been successfully developed and inducted into the armed forces.

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Re: Top 10 Deadly Weapon Owned By India Military by DeejayTeeno(m): 2:58am On May 16, 2020
Nice update! cool
Re: Top 10 Deadly Weapon Owned By India Military by Staphylococcus: 3:37am On May 16, 2020
Indian that Pakistan is anxious to wipe out.
Re: Top 10 Deadly Weapon Owned By India Military by rationalhuman(m): 2:35pm On May 16, 2020
This Thread is useless, India developed and posses far more capable arms
Had it not been the Nukes , India would have teared apart Pakistan in atleast 4,5 pieces. I wish that happen soon , cant wait for this Terrorist Nation to be destroyed.

Staphylococcus:
Indian that Pakistan is anxious to wipe out.

Re: Top 10 Deadly Weapon Owned By India Military by Staphylococcus: 2:36pm On May 16, 2020
rationalhuman:
This Thread is useless, India developed and posses far more capable arms
Had it not been the Nukes , India would have teared apart Pakistan in atleast 4,5 pieces. I wish that happen soon , cant wait for this Terrorist Nation to be destroyed.



You dont know Pakistan trust me.

Even India does not chest beat. They did last year, Pakistan shot their jet down and nothing happened

Pakistan is ruthless in warfare.
Re: Top 10 Deadly Weapon Owned By India Military by rationalhuman(m): 5:30pm On May 16, 2020
I dont know but you know? are you Pakistan`s Natonal Security advisor, Please Talk Facts with proofs. During Kargil war , Pakistani Prime minister had to run to US to meet Bill Clinton, when Indian Military gained momentum and preparing to cross LAC deep into Pakistan.

Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1320236/press-review
:https://foreignpolicy.com/2013/05/14/the-story-of-how-nawaz-sharif-pulled-back-from-nuclear-war/

Pakistan had to release this pilot as India`s PM gave ultimatum, Pilot was released within few hours. If you need proofs, sources then let me know.
If you want to reply, please reply with credible sources.
Staphylococcus:



You dont know Pakistan trust me.

Even India does not chest beat. They did last year, Pakistan shot their jet down and nothing happened

Pakistan is ruthless in warfare.

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Re: Top 10 Deadly Weapon Owned By India Military by Staphylococcus: 5:56pm On May 16, 2020
rationalhuman:
I dont know but you know? are you Pakistan`s Natonal Security advisor, Please Talk Facts with proofs. During Kargil war , Pakistani Prime minister had to run to US to meet Bill Clinton, when Indian Military gained momentum and preparing to cross LAC deep into Pakistan.

Source: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1320236/press-review
:https://foreignpolicy.com/2013/05/14/the-story-of-how-nawaz-sharif-pulled-back-from-nuclear-war/

Pakistan had to release this pilot as India`s PM gave ultimatum, Pilot was released within few hours. If you need proofs, sources then let me know.
If you want to reply, please reply with credible sources.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5okJwHkxh8
Re: Top 10 Deadly Weapon Owned By India Military by samsard(m): 3:55am On May 17, 2020
Staphylococcus:



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5okJwHkxh8
How can you even compare Pakistan with India because of one event? Seriously? Even Pakistanis are well aware they're technologically behind India's defense. The only thing Pakistan really has going for it is nukes.
Re: Top 10 Deadly Weapon Owned By India Military by Staphylococcus: 4:12am On May 17, 2020
samsard:
How can you even compare Pakistan with India because of one event? Seriously? Even Pakistanis are well aware they're technologically behind India's defense. The only thing Pakistan really has going for it is nukes.

Pakistan has been very aggressive in recent times towards in India in recent times. Its only the international community thats curbing Pakistan and not Indian.

You said Pakistan technological behind... smh
Re: Top 10 Deadly Weapon Owned By India Military by samsard(m): 4:33am On May 17, 2020
Staphylococcus:


Pakistan has been very aggressive in recent times towards in India in recent times. Its only the international community thats curbing Pakistan and not Indian.

You said Pakistan technological behind... smh
Shake your head at yourself, nigga. Indian replicates Western technology at a fraction of the cost, Pakistan fails at the simplest things. I'm out of this your beer parlor argument comparing an emerging technological hub with a backwater banking on nuclear deterrence. Comparing Pakistan and India is laughable
Re: Top 10 Deadly Weapon Owned By India Military by Staphylococcus: 9:57am On May 17, 2020
samsard:
Shake your head at yourself, nigga. Indian replicates Western technology at a fraction of the cost, Pakistan fails at the simplest things. I'm out of this your beer parlor argument comparing an emerging technological hub with a backwater banking on nuclear deterrence. Comparing Pakistan and India is laughable

The internet is your friend. Pakistan has been aggressive and Nuclear capabilities is part of warfare and don't tell me it's bacause of their nuclear capabilities.

Indian knows if it tries shiit, Pakistan will turn it to rubbles if international community are excluded. If Pakistan is so little has you claim, Indian would have humbled it. But never have they tried in recent times.

Even the country you trying to back-up know this fact and will never give it a try.

Is South Korea not using Western Technology. Can it try bull shit with North Korea.

You know nothing about warfare
Re: Top 10 Deadly Weapon Owned By India Military by Staphylococcus: 10:05am On May 17, 2020
samsard:
How can you even compare Pakistan with India because of one event? Seriously? Even Pakistanis are well aware they're technologically behind India's defense. The only thing Pakistan really has going for it is nukes.

An event tells alot.

If 2 jets go down without a retaliation, it should you alot.
Re: Top 10 Deadly Weapon Owned By India Military by samsard(m): 10:24am On May 17, 2020
Staphylococcus:


The internet is your friend. Pakistan has been aggressive and Nuclear capabilities is part of warfare and don't tell me it's bacause of their nuclear capabilities.

[b]Indian knows if it tries shiit, Pakistan will turn it to rubbles [/b]if international community are excluded. If Pakistan is so little has you claim, Indian would have humbled it. But never have they tried in recent times.

Even the country you trying to back-up know this fact and will never give it a try.

Is South Korea not using Western Technology. Can it try bull shit with North Korea.

You know nothing about warfare
Mr man, you're joking. India has the same nuclear capabilities as Pak, India has ballistic missiles that work, Pakistan's experiment fail and is mostly backed by Chinese tech. India will likely survive a nuclear war because of landmass while Pakistan will be gone too soon. India has several times the population of Pakistan.
If you're comparing North Korea and Pak/India then it goes to show your ignorance. In conventional non-nuclear warfare North Korea is Ill equipped to fight South Korea. If South Korea decides to develop nuclear weapons, then sure as hell the tables are flipped because North Korea is technically behind the South and the rest of the world. Has Pakistan ever sent a craft to Mars at a fraction of the cost it took the US? How many CEOs in Fortune 500 companies has Pakistan produced? The ONLY THING Pakistan has going on it's favor is nukes, which India also has.
The aircraft issue is beyond beer parlor arguments. The United States has allowed Soviet aircrafts that fly into it's airspace leave. Do you think full blown war is always the solution?
Abeg

Edited: The bolded is laughable considering landmass.
If you must know, there are no winners in a nuclear war.

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