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SP Guide Publications puts forth a well compiled articulation of issues, pursuits and accomplishments of the Indian Army, over the years
I am confident that SP Guide Publications would continue to inform, inspire and influence.
My compliments to SP Guide Publications for informative and credible reportage on contemporary aerospace issues over the past six decades.
SP Guide Publications is privileged to share this communication received from Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a response to our Chairman & Managing Director’s congratulatory message to him.
We at SP’s, do look forward to Hon’ble Prime Minister’s every key step towards making a better and happier tomorrow for our country!
The Black Hole has remained an area of interest and mystery for astronomers, researchers, and scientists for centuries
EXCLUSIVESPACE | BLACK HOLE - INTERVIEW
Dr Joseph E. Pesce, PhD, Programme Director, Division of Astronomical Sciences, Directorate for Mathematical & Physical Sciences, National Science Foundation
Air transportation has brought with it the unintended curse of environmental pollution, directly attributable to aircraft engines burning fossil fuels
As a result of massive increase in air travel by 2025, it is estimated that the total Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emission from commercial aviation may reach 1.5 billion tonne
The resolute Doklam hold-off against China attempting to encroach upon the strategically important Bhutanese plateau, started a resurgence of Indian resolve
The Akash SAM system is capable of intercepting multiple manoeuvring aerial targets, unmanned aerial vehicles, cruise missiles and air-tosurface weapons launched by enemy aircraft from stand-off ranges
Government decision awaited on allowing public sector HAL bid in programme meant to create “wider private sector participation”
Beginning with the world’s first wide body twin-engine jet airliner, the A300, Airbus has constantly marked many industry milestones as an aerospace giant through its extraordinary journey of 50 years
Started in the year 1909, the largest and most anticipated trade show, the Paris Air Show is all set for its 53rd edition this year from June 17 to June 23
The effect of innovation, convenience and advancement is at heart of the aerospace industry, from supersonic to electrical engines, many new mobility prototypes, and concepts are expected to take over at the Paris Air Show
Dodging the speculations, Boeing is now overlooking a cloud of anticipations around its new projects and aircraft
The upcoming Paris Air Show is expected to be seeing mock-up versions of Airbus’ “Cheetah” Military Helicopter, H160M and Turkey’s first national fighter jet
Situated in the Concorde Hall of the Air and Space Museum at Le Bourget, the innovated-focused Paris Air Lab returns after its debut in the 2017 edition of the Paris Air Show
An Experts Roundtable dedicated to demonstrate examples of effective practices and measures around cyber protection will be highlight of the Paris Air Show
While we, indeed with utmost pleasure, compliment Narendra Modi-led BJP for the landslide victory and forming the government 2.0; we do look forward to a better and happier tomorrow.
The Messerschmitt Bf 109 needed every ounce of performance it had to take on the British fighters, especially the Spitfire and the Hawker Hurricane during the Battle of Britain
Full potential of assets cannot be exploited unless there is flawless coordination among the different weapons systems deployed especially in high intensity operational environment
On Friday, May 31, 2019, Hardeep Singh Puri, a former Indian Foreign Service officer, took over as the Minister of State (Independent Charge), Ministry of Civil Aviation.
Afghanistan has received the first two of four Russian-built Mil Mi-24 attack helicopters from India. The choppers are to boost Afghanistan’s counter-insurgency capabilities.
According to reports, Turkish President Erdogan said that Russia will produce the S-500 together with Turkey. The S-500 is a long-range anti-ballistic missile system with a planned range of 500-600 km.
According to the DSCA, the US State Department has cleared Japan to procure 160 AIM-120C-7 Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missiles (AMRAAM), and one AIM-120C-7 AMRAAM guidance section.
India’s largest surveillance satellite so far, the Radar Satellite (RISAT) 2BR1 has been launched successfully on May 22, 2019. The RISAT 2BR1 is the latest addition to the RISAT series of India’s defensive satellites.
Lockheed Martin teamed up with Israeli defense company Rafael to develop, market, manufacture as well as support Rafael’s Smart, Precise Impact and Cost-Effective (SPICE) guidance kits for the US market.
According to TASS, Putin said in a defense meeting: “The 2028 arms programme stipulated the purchase of 16 such jets, we have agreed to purchase 76 such fighters without the increase in prices in the same period of time.”
Lockheed Martin will not sell its F-21 fighter jet to any other country in the event of India placing an order of 114 planes. The company specifically configured the F-21 for the Indian Air Force.
The Brazilian Air Force is likely receive its first Embraer E-99M airborne early warning and control aircraft (AEW&C) in early 2020.
The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is preparing to flight test two hypersonic weapons. One vehicle is part of the hypersonic air-breathing weapon concept, or HAWC, programme.
Bell-Boeing has won a $42.2 million contract modification for fleet software sustainment of the V-22 flight control system. The order includes engineering and technical support for the Osprey.