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Top 10 Most Powerful Weapons Of INDIAN Armed Forces. Army, Navy and Airforce.

September 15, 2019


Top 10 Most Powerful Weapons Of INDIAN Armed
Forces. Army, Navy and Airforce. Number 10. “LCA Teja’s”. The Teja’s single-seat, single-engine, lightweight,
high agility supersonic multirole fighter aircraft developed by Hindustan Aeronautics
Limited. It comes from Light Combat Aircraft (LCA),
programme which began in 1980s to replace the India’s ageing Mig-21 Fighters. Later on then Prime Minister of India Atal
Bihari Vajpai officially named the aircraft as “Tejas” meaning “Radiant”.It is
the fourth + generation combat aircraft present in Indian Armed Forces. The Tejas took off its maiden flight in January
4, 2001 and introduced in Indian Air force in January 17,2015. Number 9. INS Arihant-Nuclear submarines. INS Arihant is the lead ship of India’s
Arihant class of nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines. The 6,000 tonne vessel was built under the
Advanced Technology Vessel (ATV) project at the Ship Building Centre in Visakhapatnam,
based on the Russian Akula-1 design. INS Arihant was introduced to the public on
26 July 2009 at a symbolic launch ceremony by then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s
wife. The launch coincided with the tenth anniversary
of the conclusion of the Kargil War and consisted of floating the vessel by flooding the dry
dock. The Arihant class ballistic missile submarine
has 111m long and has surface displacement of 6000 tones. It has crew of 95-100 members .The submarine
has the special USHUS sonar that is used to detect enemy ships and submarines. It is armed with 533 mm torpedoes, K-15, K-4
missiles and anti ship missile that is used to destroy ships and other submarines. Number 8. Ballistic Missile defence System. The Indian Ballistic Missile Defense Programme
is an initiative to develop and deploy a multi-layered ballistic missile defence system to protect
from ballistic missile attacks. Introduced in light of the ballistic missile
threat from Pakistan and China, it is a double-tiered system consisting of two interceptor missiles,
namely the Prithvi Air Defence (PAD) missile for high altitude interception, and the Advanced
Air Defence (AAD) Missile for lower altitude interception. The two-tiered shield should be able to intercept
any incoming missile launched 5,000 kilo metres away. Number 7. INS Kolkata- Class destroyer Warship. INS Kolkata is the lead ship of the Kolkata-class
guided-missile destroyers of the Indian Navy. She was constructed at Mazagon Dock Limited. The Kolkata-Class Destroyer has 163m long
and displaces 7500 tons. It has a crew of 250 members on Board. It has a range of 15,000 km with the speed
of 56 km per hr. The INS kolkata is integrated with anti air
Barak 8 missiles, Anti-ship and attack Brahmos missiles and 76mm meter guns. It also has Anti-submarine torpedo. One of the best Class destroyer in Indian
Navy. Number 6. Barak 8 Shield for In-coming missiles. Naval Barak-8 is a long-range anti-air and
anti-missile naval defense system being developed jointly by Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)
and the Defense Research & Development Organization (DRDO) of India. Surface-to-air missiles (SAM) can counter
attack aircraft, UAVs and incoming anti-ship missiles. the Barak 8 was successfully test fired in
INS Kolkata, the largest warship built in India, will fire a long-range surface-to-air
missile (LR-SAM) for the first time in 2015. Number 5. Arjun Mark-2 Main Battle Tank. Arjun Mark-2 the Main Battle tank in Indian
Armed forces is the deadliest weapon. The Arjun Mark 2 is an advanced third generation
main battle tank and an upgraded version of the Arjun main battle tank with several improvements. It was developed by DRDO. The Arjun MK.2 has the improved protection,
fire-power and mobility than its predecessor. The Tank has total of 13 major improvements
with 93 of total upgrades. The Arjun Mark 2 tank can perform well under
various circumstances, such as driving across cross-country over rugged sand Dunes easily,
Detecting, observing and quickly engaging targets. The MBT is integrated with advanced Armaments
and Accessories. A Remote Controlled Weapon Station mounted
on top of the turret with 12.7mm NSVT machine gun. With the unmatched capabilities and unrivalled
performance it is the Wall for Enemies in Indian Army. Number 4. INS Vikramaditya King of Indian ocean. INS Vikramaditya is the Floating airfield
and Mini city. It is the best aircraft carrier in the Indian
Armed Forces. Once integrated, it will bring transformational
capabilities to the Indian Navy and will be a ‘game changer’. aircraft carrier is 283.5 meters long and
has 22 decks. It has 6 turbo alternators and 6 diesel alternators
are installed that are capable of generating 18 Megawatt of power. Whereas 8 turbo-pressurized boilers,4 shafts,4
geared steam turbines are responsible for propulsion generating 180,000 horsepower .The
aircraft carrier has a range of 7000 nautical miles at its full speed :32 knots (59km per
hr). The aircraft carrier has the capacity if loading
up to 36 maximum aircrafts including 30 Mikoyan MiG-29k multi role fighters and 6 x Kamov
ka-31 AEW&C and Kamov ka-28 ASW Helicopters. Number 3. Agni 5 The killer Missile. Agni-5 is an intercontinental ballistic missile
developed (DRDO) of India. Agni 5 is the most successful ICBM missile
of India. The indigenously developed, intercontinental,
surface to surface, nuclear capable ballistic missile is unlike other missiles in the Agni
series. Agni-5 is the most advanced system so far,
which has various new technologies incorporated in it in terms of navigation and guidance,
warhead and engine. The agni 5 has the maximum operational range
of 8000 km. and Carry nuclear warhead of 1000kg with the speed of Mach 24 and can hit the
target with the accuracy of less than 10m. Number 2. BrahMos missile The Game Finisher. BrahMos is a short range ramjet supersonic
cruise missile developed by BrahMos Aerospace Private Limited which is formed by a Joint
venture between Russian. It can be launched from submarines, ships,
aircraft or land. It is considered the world’s fastest cruise
missile in operation. This is the best missile in the Indian Armed
forces with its outstanding performance. It is better than other existing state-of-art
subsonic cruise missile by various factors like it is 3 times more faster than any other
missile in the world. The missile has identical configuration for
land, sea and sub-sea platforms and uses a Transport Launch Canister for transportation,
storage and Lunch. With the growing demands the next version
Brahmos-2 is also launched. Number 1. Su-30MKI- King of Kings. The Su-30 MKI is the best ever aircraft made
to serve its service in Indian Air force. It is the dream of Indian Air Force. The twin-jet Air Superiority Fighter designed
and developed by Russia’s Sukhoi and built under licence by India’s Hindustan Aeronautics
limited. IAF today has more than 200 Sukhoi Su-30 MKI’s. The aircraft is well known for its performance;
it can fly with a speed of 2100 km per hr and has rate of climb, it is equipped with
30mm GSH-1 gun with 12 hardpoints, 6 types of Air-to-Air missiles, antiship, cruise and
air to surface missile and 6 types of Bombs. By 2016 it will integrated with BrahMos and
Nirbhay missile which would give it strike capabilities that have never seen before in
IAF. Please command, if I missed any in the top
10 in the list. Thank you for Watching. Please Like, Command and Subscribe

2 Comments

  • Reply Prashant Parihar August 31, 2016 at 1:53 am

    Plz change the f*cking voice it's irritating

  • Reply Prashant Parihar August 31, 2016 at 2:02 am

    K4 series missile & aswin mark 2 sam

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