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This Thrilling Video On Indian Navy And Air Force Will Give You ALL THE Feels On This Republic Day!

The 67th republic day is here. Every time I watch the Republic Day parade, I just go down memory lane of the time when I went to school and watched the republic day Parade and I felt comfortable and proud of being Indian.

A lot of sacrifice of our heroes from the past and the present, from Jallianwala bagh to Pathankot, a lot of heroes sacrificed their lives. We will never even know what their families went through. On this republic day, let’s pray for every hero who sacrificed his life for us.

We are very sure this video will make you feel proud and especially the Indian Navy and Indian Air Force videos in this video will leave you awestruck!

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This Video On C-17 Globemaster Will Leave You Amazed!

We all know that Indian Air Force has mind-blowing aircrafts like Sukhoi- 30 MKI, Mig 29K, the old Jaguar and new Dassault Rafale deal is going on.

Recently, Boeing C-17 globemaster had a successful landing on Daulat Beg Oldie, Ladakh last year. For everyone, that was an unimaginable and horrendous task. But all salute to Indian Air Force for pulling out an amazing one.

We hope you will love this video of the globemaster.

Although, this is the compilation of the US Air Force Globemaster but you can feel proud that even Indian Air Force has the same.

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Indian Air Force 2016 Video Will Give You Goosebumps!

Spunky Warriors has made many amazing videos before. From him, comes one more amazing video of Indian Air Force titled “Indian Air Force Teaser 2016”. We are sure you will love this video.

 

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Exclusive- ISI Was Planning To Target Agra, Even Al Qeada Vowed To Target Taj Mahal

An espionage racket of Pakistan’s inter-services intelligence was busted in various parts of the country recently.  The captured ISI agent Mohammad Kalam was forced to confess that he had been planning to attack Agra for a long time. He had been visiting the city frequently and had even conducted a recce there.

Kalam stayed in Agra for long durations in order to gain information about the major military and air force bases set up in Agra. As Agra is a major tourist attraction, the level of security over there is comparatively high. He visited Agra as much as seven times to be sure of the military movements in and around the city. He even conducted a recce of the Agra military headquarters which is the only 50th Para brigade.

The investigating team even recovered several maps of the various military bases and a video footage of Mirage-2000 aircraft landing on the Yamuna Expressway.
Kalam had even forwarded the classified information about the army bases and their locations to agents back in Pakistan. He confessed that several sleeper cells had been developed in the city. The security agencies of India now have to focus on destroying these sleeper cells before they get active. These sleeper cells can cause a lot of damage to the city if they get activated.

Agra plays an important role for both the Indian Army as well as the Indian Air Force. These bases played a crucial role in ending the massive lead coup in Maldives overnight. The Air Force base in Agra is one of it’s kind. It is by far the biggest and the most used Air Force base. It has major Aircrafts like AN-32, C-130J, IL-76 and 78.
Recently, the Taj Mahal was put on high security as the infamous Al-Qaeda  had threatened to attack major tourist attractions in India. Taj Mahal being the most famous was at a higher risk. The list continued with Krishna Janam-bhumi in Mathura and Vishwanath Temple in Varanasi after Taj Mahal.

These tourist attractions are of great heritage value to the country. They should not be attacked by such terrorist organizations which would make them loose their value.

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5 Best Fighter Aircrafts Of Indian Air Force Will Give Goosebumps To Enemies!

A strength of any nation’s military depends on how well it can defend, and offend in the three fronts of war – land, sea, and air. The Air Force of any military team in the world is always one of the most important segments of the military, for a strong air team means a wider reach and increased ability to harm. The Indian Air Force, holding itself at rank four in the world, in terms of the size of the force, is one of the strongest forces in the world, equipped with several deadly weapons and instruments of war, and of them are its fighter jets. These are the five best fighter aircrafts of the Indian Air Force, and they are worth knowing about!

  1. Dassault-Rafale

The Dassault-Rafale equips the Indian Air Force to be able to attack both from land and from the sea. With it in operation, the Indian Air Force can conduct both short as well as long-range missions. It is a spectacular addition to national security.

2.Mikoyan MIG-29K

Originally developed in the 1980s, the MIG has undergone severe changes and modifications in the decades that have followed, and the product has been a deadly weapon of destruction, with some fine features. The MIG-29K does not require a long runway. It has the use of groundbreaking technology and that allow smooth operations at the deck. India might also get access to the Zhuk-AE Active Electronically Scanned Array Radar, which will be a even further boost to its technology.

  1. Eurofighter Typhoon
    Thanks to its fore-plane delta wing that transcends over its specified visual range, the Eurofighter Typhoon enjoys extremely smooth surface attacks. It is equipped with Infra-red search and track technologies, which enables it to get in top of stealth fighters.
  1. Lockheed C-130 Hercules

Lockheed C-130 Hercules is considered to be the biggest achievement in the sphere of F-16 aircrafts. This aircraft can travel at a speed of 386 miles per hour and has a range up to 2240 miles. Its powerful engines give 4508 hp of power and is also equipped with an Active Electronically Scanned Array Radar.

  1. HAL Tejas Multirole Aircraft

    Delta-wing design, static stability, fly-by-wire flight control system, multi-mode radar, and a whole lot of other hi-fi technological ornaments, the HAL Tejas is one of the most technologically advanced aircrafts that the Indian Air Force commands. The aircraft is estimated to have a maximum speed of 1476 mph, and maximum range of 1846 miles.With over 2000 completed flights, this aircraft keeps on upgrading itself to stay at par with latest technological and warfare advancements.

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How India bet Pakistan black and blue, with outdated technology and still WON!

India has always been technologically lower than Pakistan in the past, but it is these brave men who protect us, and made us proud. As they say, it is not the machines that win, but men and women behind and the brave men who fight with their tactics, utmost bravery. Shame we can’t even get them OROP. Here is one story during the 1965 War.

The armored battles which took place in this war were one of the largest tank battles in history since the Battle of Kursk in World War II. 

As military historian Steven Zaloga puts it, what else could the Indians have named a place where the Pakistani Army lost 165 of its premiere Patton class tanks. Yes, there is a town named Patton Nagar in Khem Karan,  Punjab because it was the very place the Indian army beat the Pakistani Army black and blue in one of the largest tank battles ever fought. The battle being the Battle of Asal Uttar.

Tensions between India and Pakistan have never fully gone away, but during the 1960s they were again at their highest. It was in 1965 that a full scale war occurred and Pakistan planned to take Amritsar and attempt to block supplies to the Indian Army stationed Jammu and Kashmir. They sought to take a bridge over the River Beas on the road to Jalandhar, which would prevent any supplies getting through.

The battle was so fierce & intense that at the end of the war, the 4th Indian Division (aka “The Fighting Fourth”) had captured about 97 tanks in destroyed, damaged or intact condition. This included 72 Patton tanks and 25 Chafees and Shermans. 32 of the 97 tanks, including 28 Pattons, were in running condition. Indian losses in the Khem Karan sector were 32 tanks. Around 15 of them were captured by the Pakistan Army, mostly Sherman tanks.

Destroyed tanks.

The General of the Pakistani troops gave the orders to the 1st Armored Division. They immediately took Khem Karan, a town around five kms from the border.

As the attack took place Indian troops fell back and took a defensive position at the village of Asal Uttar, not far from Amritsar, from which they could attack the enemy.

The Pakistani tank division was more technologically advanced than the Indian troops and were advancing in over 300 US-produced tanks M-47 and M-48 Patton tanks. Meanwhile the Indians had less than half the same number of tanks and which were older, Sherman Tanks made during World War Two.

The Pakistanis had a false sense of security as they advanced towards Amritsar. But the Indian Army had flooded the nearby sugar cane fields with water in order to slow the advancing Pakistani tanks. It was then that they launched a massive counter attack.

The battle is now known as the ‘Battle of Asal Uttar’. The Indian Army ended up anhilating the entire Pakistani 1st Armoured Division leaving behind a field of destroyed tanks.

India again rose victorious thanks to valor of its men, but Veer Abdul Hamid destroyed 7 tanks and most with his recoilless rifle! Note the Param Vir Chakra is only given when it is considered to be something humanly impossible to do. For instance, UK’s Victoria Cross has been given to a thousand recipients and also US’s Medal of Honor. 

India’s highest award has only been given 21 times! It is so rare, 14 of them have been given posthumously.

One of the Indian soldiers, Quarter Master Havildar Abdul Hamid who was fighting with the Four Grenadiers Battalion single-handedly took our four enemy tanks and stopped them from advancing. As the enemy tanks tried to drive through and past the Indian defences Hamid took out three more tanks.

Hamid was killed during the battle but was posthumously awarded with the Param Vir Chakra, India’s highest military honour.

Military historians view the Battle of Asal Uttar as a pivotal point in the war of 1965 war, of which Pakistan never fully recovered.

Hundreds of destroyed Pakistani tanks!

India has always had lower tech than Pakistan in the past, but it is these brave men who protect us. Shame we can’t even get OROP implemented!

Share this article, not for the sake of going viral but to get ordinary Indians who are today more interested in Roadies and Katrina and know little about our brave men, to realise and fight for the justice of our men and women protecting us.

When together we fight, we will win.

JAI HIND.

Indian AIr Force Sukhoi 30 MKI and Royal Air Force at Indradhanush 4

The Latest Video Of Indian Air Force And Royal Air Force From Indradhanush 4 Is Just Mind-Blowing!

Watching Sukhoi MKI-30 is always a delight to our eyes and Indian Air Force is always known for doing amazing things on Sukhoi. The fun was ultimate when the Indian Air Force jointly had an exercise with the Royal Air Force. We hope all of you heard about the dogfight between Indian Air Force and The Royal Force.

We hope you enjoy this video!

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