India's Air Defense System and its Capabilities

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User trials are a luxury of peace time . We keep trialing things for multiple years. In war time basic trials are enough.
Anyway qrsam is a derivative of Akash and not a new system so army is very familiar with it.

It is indian qrsam which is deployed I believe.
No its not. It uses new radar systems that need to be verified and tested by the user in full configuration. User trials are not luxury. Users trials validate the system and changes are proposed if needed.
 

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I think you have not heard the news that
Desi QRSAM has been deployed in ladakh
This system was already in user trail



Form your logic you also can't talk about LRSAM (not operational and deployed) S400 (not deployed in India) now you need to stop . Discussion then
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For info spyder qrsam.... deployed not qrsam...........,
 

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क्या India Israel से Arrow 3 और David's Sling Air Defence System खरीदने जा रहा है?
 

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I guess it could be a BMD radar site. But whats the big deal with 1500 sqm? Just 0.4acres. Something is wrong with that figure..

Else such a small piece of land should not even matter. BDM aint possible in just 1 acre.

 

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IS INDIA PLANNING TO PROCURE RUSSIA'S 'PANTSIR-S' AIR DEFENCE SYSTEM?
For now, the Russians are happy to have managed to sell five S-400 "Triumrf" anti-aircraft batteries to India for $ 5.43 billion. Rumours are rife that Russia has taken the initiative and try to emphasise how good and modern their anti-aircraft systems are. Particular emphasis is placed on its self-propelled rocket artillery anti-aircraft Pantsir-S complex, an advanced air defence system similar to the Israeli Sypder System, reports a Bulgarian defence website.


According to the Russians, the issue of signing the contract for the purchase of the latest version of Pantsir-S sets was also discussed during defence minister Rajnath Singh's visit to Moscow at the end of June this year. The Russians particularly showcased the positive combat experiences that this system gained during operations in the Middle East.

Particularly useful for the Indian armed forces would be the ability of the system to target short and long range unmanned aerial vehicles. The Russians believe that operations in Syria have confirmed the effectiveness of the Pantsir-S kits in this area, and the imperfections noted during actual combat complex with "full technical adaptations to Indian needs and creation of an effective service network". This network would be connected to the global system of users of Pantsir-S. An additional incentive for India is provision to transfer technology for the production of some system components. However, there is no talk of transferring technology to manufacture the entire system locally.

India's MoD supposedly showed great interest to assess the Pantsir-S system, due to its high mobility and versatility and its ability to target various aerial targets with relative success. In addition, Pantsir-S can be easily integrated into a broader air defence network and can work together with S-400 batteries that the India procured earlier.

However, it should be noted that India now has a variety of Soviet era and more modern versions of air defence systems sourced from Israel and Russia itself. The procurement of USA's National Advanced Surface to Air Missile System NASAMS-II system is on the anvil, though there were reports that India may have shelved the project. DRDO is also in the process of qualifying an indigenous Quick-Reaction and Long-Range missile system. Therefore, one wonders the prudence behind adding one more system to the already assorted kitty.

Russians are also taking advantage of the current situation in India. It is not without reason that, for example, Pantsir-S would be useful in the Ladakh region , where territorial disputes have been going on between India and China for years, and where there has recently been a clash between Chinese and Indian soldiers.
 

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We had an edge over Pakistan on Air till kargil an asymmetric one due to good thinking on that front
Then how come that asymmetric edge became so thin during 27th Feb 2019
 

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The Spyder SAM was moved to ladakh , not QRSAM .

QRSAM is not even in production .

People are so gullible , SMH
Unfortunately true .. people are really gullible that they even believe DRDO propaganda... and have high expectations...
 

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IS INDIA PLANNING TO PROCURE RUSSIA'S 'PANTSIR-S' AIR DEFENCE SYSTEM?
For now, the Russians are happy to have managed to sell five S-400 "Triumrf" anti-aircraft batteries to India for $ 5.43 billion. Rumours are rife that Russia has taken the initiative and try to emphasise how good and modern their anti-aircraft systems are. Particular emphasis is placed on its self-propelled rocket artillery anti-aircraft Pantsir-S complex, an advanced air defence system similar to the Israeli Sypder System, reports a Bulgarian defence website.


According to the Russians, the issue of signing the contract for the purchase of the latest version of Pantsir-S sets was also discussed during defence minister Rajnath Singh's visit to Moscow at the end of June this year. The Russians particularly showcased the positive combat experiences that this system gained during operations in the Middle East.

Particularly useful for the Indian armed forces would be the ability of the system to target short and long range unmanned aerial vehicles. The Russians believe that operations in Syria have confirmed the effectiveness of the Pantsir-S kits in this area, and the imperfections noted during actual combat complex with "full technical adaptations to Indian needs and creation of an effective service network". This network would be connected to the global system of users of Pantsir-S. An additional incentive for India is provision to transfer technology for the production of some system components. However, there is no talk of transferring technology to manufacture the entire system locally.

India's MoD supposedly showed great interest to assess the Pantsir-S system, due to its high mobility and versatility and its ability to target various aerial targets with relative success. In addition, Pantsir-S can be easily integrated into a broader air defence network and can work together with S-400 batteries that the India procured earlier.

However, it should be noted that India now has a variety of Soviet era and more modern versions of air defence systems sourced from Israel and Russia itself. The procurement of USA's National Advanced Surface to Air Missile System NASAMS-II system is on the anvil, though there were reports that India may have shelved the project. DRDO is also in the process of qualifying an indigenous Quick-Reaction and Long-Range missile system. Therefore, one wonders the prudence behind adding one more system to the already assorted kitty.

Russians are also taking advantage of the current situation in India. It is not without reason that, for example, Pantsir-S would be useful in the Ladakh region , where territorial disputes have been going on between India and China for years, and where there has recently been a clash between Chinese and Indian soldiers.
Bdw India iwill never go for pantsir s...
As we have mrsam programme on going
.....mrsam is a better system than pantsir s
.......
 

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