Top 10 Future Weapons of India

Top 10 Future Weapons of India

Here is the list of the Top 10 Future Weapons of India, You Probably didn’t know about with a brief explanation. The Indian Air Force has been undergoing a modernization program to replace and upgrade its aging and outdated equipment from the late 90s to advanced standards. For that reason, it has started procuring and developing aircraft, weapons, associated technologies, and infrastructures. Some of these programs date back to the late 80s. The primary focus of current modernization and upgrades is to replace aircraft purchased from the Soviet Union that currently form the backbone of the Air Force. Being a global leader in the development and one of the top 5 military powers in the world, India is constantly developing new arms and ammunition and improving on previous versions of its weaponry. With security challenges increasing, both from within and across borders, the country seems poised to continue with its development agenda. In this post, we bring you some of the weapons that the country is developing right now.

List of Top 10 Future Weapons of India

10. HAL AMCA ( Future Weapons of Indian Army )

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Hindustan Aeronautics Limited advanced medium combat aircraft the HAL AMCA is an Indian program to develop a fifth-generation fighter aircraft the Indian aeronautical development agency is responsible for designing the plane while Hindustan Aeronautics Limited will be the primary contractor responsible for assembly this advanced medium combat aircraft will be a single-seat twin-engine stealth all-weather multi-role fighter aircraft visibility study and the preliminary design stage of this aircraft has been completed and the project entered the detailed design phase in February 2019 of this aircraft was shown at Air India and the design is expected to be finalized by the end of 2019 AMCA will reportedly be unveiled in 2024 and the total of four prototypes are planned initially and the first flight is expected in 2025 or 2026 production is expected to begin in 2029

9. Tejas mark 2 ( Future Weapons of Indian Army )

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Top-10-Future-Weapons-of-India

Hindustan Aeronautics stages mark 2 the Hal Tejas mark 2 is a planned single-engine DeltaWing multi-role fighter designed by the aeronautical Development Agency and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited it is for the Indian Air Force and it is a further development of the H ALK jaws mark 1 the program which began in the 1980s to replace India’s Ageing make 21 fighters and alt ages mark 2 is being designed to replace 4 generation fighters like Jaguars Dassault Mirage 2000 and make 29 UPG in the Indian Air Force Tejas mark 2 first is expected in 2023 this aircraft will have improved survivability maintainability and obsolescence mitigation the cockpit design has been improved with bigger sized smart multi-function displays and smart head-up display Tejas mark 2 will also possess better tactical strike air reconnaissance air defense and maritime roles which is enough for a light fighter and it can continue up to 20 55 till it becomes obsolete

8. BrahMos 2 ( Future Weapons of Indian Army )

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BrahMos 2 or BrahMos mark – drama – is a hypersonic cruise missile currently under joint development by Russia and India’s defense research and development organization they have together form the BrahMos aerospace Private Limited and it is the second of the BrahMos series of cruise missiles the BrahMos 2 is expected to have a range of 450 kilometers our 280 miles and a speed of Mach 7 that is 8,500 kilometers or 5,300 miles per hour during the cruise stage of flight the missile will be propelled by a scramjet air-breathing jet engine other details including production cost and physical dimensions of the missiles are yet to be published it is expected to be ready for testing by 2020

7. Agni 6 ( Future Weapons of Indian Army )

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Top-10-Future-Weapons-of-India

Agni 6 will be a four-stage intercontinental ballistic missile which is in the hardware development phase after its design phase was completed it is expected to have multiple independently targetable re-entry vehicles as well as maneuverable reentry vehicles it will be taller than its predecessor of Nephite and the mouth of Agnes six will be between 55 to 70 tonnes the Government of India is yet to approve the project all the DRDO has completed all calculations and started the engineering work it is reported to be the latest and the most advanced version among the ugly missiles according to sources apne six missiles is likely to carry up ten mi RV warheads and will have a strike range of 12,000 kilometers through DRDO has refused to confirm the missile’s range

6. INS ARIGHAT ( Future Weapons of Indian Army )

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Top-10-Future-Weapons-of-India

is the second INS ARIGHAT class submarine she is the second nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine being built by india it is estimated to be commissioned this year and re God will have one seven blade propeller powered by a pressurized water reactor it can achieve a maximum speed of 12 to 15 knots went on surface and 24 knots when submerged the submarine has 4 launch tubes and it’s hump just like her predecessor and she can carry up to 12 K 15 Sagarika missiles or four of the under development K 4 missiles with a range of 3,500 kilometers are 2200 miles

5. UCAV GHATAK ( Future Weapons of Indian Army )

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Top-10-Future-Weapons-of-India

GHATAK is an autonomous stealthy unmanned combat air vehicle being developed by DRDO for the Indian air force gothic is still under development and its first flight is expected to be between 2024 to 2025 the project cost is two thousand six hundred fifty crores that is 420 million and will cruise at medium altitude and will be capable of carrying two or more guided strike weapons with onboard sensors for targeting and weapon guidance details of the projects are classified and the UCAV will be capable of releasing missiles bombs and precision-guided munitions the design is in line with what former giardia chief controller for aeronautics set in 2007 that India’s combat drone would be a stealthy flying wing concept aircraft with internal weapons Bay and a turbofan engine

4. Future main battle tanks ( Future Weapons of Indian Army )

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Top-10-Future-Weapons-of-India

future main battle tanks currently Indian Armed Forces use three different types of main battle tanks six different series of main battle tanks with these the DRDO will be advancing its future tanks and features like stealth armor reduce penetration by most lethal weapons elimination of parasite tech mass leading to a weight reduction excellent corrosion resistance inherent thermal and acoustic insulation properties an active and passive protection system

3. INS Vikramaditya ( Future Weapons of Indian Army )

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Top-10-Future-Weapons-of-India

at number three is on a special aircraft carrier it will be nuclear-powered and nearly 50% larger than INS Vikramaditya Insp shell will be able to accommodate up to 55 aircraft and the Insp shell will be the first non-western aircraft carrier equipped with a complex CATOBAR launch capability Calabar aircraft launch systems put less strain on the airframe of planes during takeoff reducing maintenance cost in the long run and also allows carrier-based aircraft to carry a heavier weapons payload for the more capable launch system increase the story rates of carrier air wings by allowing a faster landing and takeoff rate the Insp shell will follow her sister vessel the Insp ground into carrier service in the next decade and support flattop flight deck

2. Indian ballistic missile ( Future Weapons of Indian Army )

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Top-10-Future-Weapons-of-India

defense program the Indian ballistic missile defense program is an initiative to develop and deploy a multi-layered ballistic missile defense system to protect India from ballistic missile attacks introduced in light of the ballistic missile threats from Pakistan and China it is a double-tiered system consisting of two land and sea-based interceptor missiles namely the pre P air defense missile for high altitude interception and the advanced air defense missile for lower altitude interception the two-tiered shield should be able to intercept any incoming missile launch from 5,000 kilometres away the system also includes an overlapping network of early warning and tracking radars as well as command and control posts the PA D and double-a D was tested in December 2006 in 2007 respectively and India became the fourth country to have successfully Philip tan anti-ballistic missile system after United States Russia and Israel the system has undergone several tests but system is yet to be officially commissioned

1. project 18 class destroyers ( Future Weapons of Indian Army )

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Top-10-Future-Weapons-of-India

project 18 class destroyers the project 18 class destroyers will be equipped with advanced systems such as electromagnetic railguns laser base clothes and weapons systems such as ESA and Pesa radars and active and passive arrays so Nars KKUK in the shipyard in collaboration with Moscow ducts will lay the keel for the destroyers that will have a displacement of 9,000 tons the destroyer will also have an x-band of Tronic mass detector radar for the project DRDO in collaboration with Bharat electronics will be designing next-generation of grade our systems to be incorporated into the plant 18 class they already develop AMTS will be worked on further and the AES a and Pesa radars will see extended ranges and possible merger into one multi-band radar project 18 class destroyers will have enough space for a single utility helicopter the destroyers will be equipped with advanced UCAV s and UAVs a possible compact version to be deployed on the destroyers of the ema LS is being worked out.

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