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by neil
01 Jul 2003 11:14
Forum: BR Nostalgia Archive
Topic: Bharat Rakshak Celebrates Six Years!
Replies: 66
Views: 25967

Re: Bharat Rakshak Celebrates Six Years!

Even though i dont post as much anymore or give valuable info anymore on the forum does not mean i have stopped visiting it. I still come here to read the various news threads, info on naval disscussion and once in a while post a odd question or reply here or there(like right now). However, i do bel...
by neil
21 Mar 2002 06:22
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Understanding INSAS
Replies: 176
Views: 43090

Re: Understanding INSAS

one other thing that i forgot to mention in the earlier post One of the other general compliants that the soilders have regarding the INSAS is that there are too many small parts to take care of when disassembling the rifle to clean, and i quote "if a small part is lost its a problem, its expensive ...
by neil
16 Mar 2002 09:29
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Understanding INSAS
Replies: 176
Views: 43090

Re: Understanding INSAS

On my recent trip to India i got to visit a defense installation and had a chance to see and fire both the INSAS and FN-FAL INSAS is well made, is properly balanced and easy to fire, the recoil is not that bad and the accuracy is pretty nice(i fired to about 150m), now i am no gun expert but the fin...
by neil
06 Mar 2001 10:20
Forum: Military Issues Archive
Topic: What kind of equipment do the Indian police have?
Replies: 51
Views: 21589

Re: What kind of equipment do the Indian police have?

Dr Sanjay<BR> I am not sure how my uncle got the gun issued or he got it himself, but as far as i know he got it issued, as far as what area he was assigned to, it was in Gujrat but thats the extent of what i can say. Sorry if you want more info i can email you. <BR> Ok i understand that the Govt is...
by neil
06 Mar 2001 02:56
Forum: Military Issues Archive
Topic: What kind of equipment do the Indian police have?
Replies: 51
Views: 21589

Re: What kind of equipment do the Indian police have?

Dr Sanjay<BR> i have also seen quite a few Indian Police officers equipped with the Walter PP/PPK, the Beretta M951, Colt Python(thats the one my uncle uses) <BR> So the question i have is that if there is no stantdard issue for the officers and no consistancy, where do they get their weapons from? ...
by neil
05 Jan 2001 12:32
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: News, Reports and Analysis: LCA
Replies: 154
Views: 41633

Re: News, Reports and Analysis: LCA

Picture of the LCA taking off. <A HREF="http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/p/nm/20010104/wl/imdf80946.html" TARGET=_blank>http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/p/nm/20010104/wl/imdf80946.html</A> <BR>with what looks like dummy AAM on wingtips(or maybe testing pods)<BR>Check out TOI for more pics
by neil
05 Jan 2001 12:23
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: LCA ground run & some other questions
Replies: 102
Views: 47381

Re: LCA ground run & some other questions

Picture of the LCA taking off. <A HREF="http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/p/nm/20010104/wl/imdf80946.html" TARGET=_blank>http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/p/nm/20010104/wl/imdf80946.html</A> <BR>with what looks like dummy AAM on wingtips(or maybe testing pods)<BR>Check out TOI for more pics
by neil
18 Jul 2000 13:50
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Can IAF Mig-27s do high-altitude bombing?
Replies: 45
Views: 14837

Re: Can IAF Mig-27s do high-altitude bombing?

The Mig-27 was used in the Kargil conflict and had to fly in acess of 20,000 feet so i think they should be able to fly high enough and carry out strikes. How precisely i am not sure but with the upgrade going on the capabilities will be improved.<BR> But service ceiling is quoted at 45,930ft in the...
by neil
22 Oct 1999 23:38
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Indian Army's Light Machine Guns
Replies: 17
Views: 9627

Re: Indian Army's Light Machine Guns

Does the IA have any LMGs that are belt fed???? really improves the fire power and strength if one person in a squad is equipped with a SAW LMG.<BR> <BR> the US M-109 is a good example(is that whayt its called) <P>------------------<BR>jai HIND<BR>jai JAWAN.<P><BR>
by neil
08 Oct 1999 00:12
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Ghauri II -- Liquid Fuelled -- Analysis
Replies: 11
Views: 6125

Re: Ghauri II -- Liquid Fuelled -- Analysis

Guys if you look closly at the exaust coming from the missile is different in both pics(the pattern in which its flowing and the turbulance its creating) any reason as to why thats happening?????different boosters??? <BR>
by neil
28 Sep 1999 03:41
Forum: Military History Archive
Topic: Indian Army's myth: shattering record in WW-II
Replies: 26
Views: 12413

Re: Indian Army's myth: shattering record in WW-II

HUN<BR> the German Biscmark sinking was a german defeat but you have to remember that the German and Jap u-boats sank a lot and i mean a lot of allied ships. I have done extensive reserch on WW2 (being in a histroy class) and i have to say that the biggest defeat for Germans was the Invasion of Russ...
by neil
16 Sep 1999 09:00
Forum: Strategic & Security Issues Archive
Topic: RAW, Mossad developing strong strategic relations
Replies: 19
Views: 9679

Re: RAW, Mossad developing strong strategic relations

bhupn<BR> there is also a large jewish population in INDIA too, lot of them are in bombay. If you look back in history, before the forming of Isreal there were a lot of jewish people who lived in India and felt safe there.
by neil
16 Sep 1999 00:47
Forum: Strategic & Security Issues Archive
Topic: RAW, Mossad developing strong strategic relations
Replies: 19
Views: 9679

Re: RAW, Mossad developing strong strategic relations

think about it guys IAF getting real time air -to-air combat practice against the isreali F-16,and F-15 and also the Kfir which infact is the copy of the mirage-5, the IAF will definetly learn a lot of lessons. they are also really ood at air to ground ops which has been proven a lot of times, this ...

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