Girish Linganna

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Girish Linganna is a Defence & Aerospace analyst and is the Director of ADD Engineering Components (India) Pvt Ltd, a subsidiary of ADD Engineering GmbH, Germany with manufacturing units in Russia. He is Consulting Editor Industry and Defense at Frontier India.

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The Rising Sun and the NATO Star

The Japanese news agency Kyodo News reports that Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida will fly to the United States once more to attend the...

Ukraine Reports Success of HAWK Missile System Against Drones  – Six Shaheds Shot in Single Battle

The American HAWK anti-aircraft missile system has proven effective against Shahed loitering munitions. The command of the Ukrainian Air Force reported about one of...

Modi’s Diplomatic Gamble : After Dining with Eagles, Now Dancing with the Bear

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to make an official visit to Russia on July 8, despite facing domestic political challenges. Despite his...

Pentagon’s $300 Million Sixth Generation Dream Plane: NGAD On the Chopping Block?

The U.S. Air Force may discontinue the program to develop a sixth-generation fighter. The NGAD project envisages the creation of a long-range crewed fighter jet that is...

Carrier Killer  – Can India’s Agni-P Challenge China’s DF-21D Anti-Ship Dominance?  

India's Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is currently developing the Agni-Prime (Agni-P) medium-range ballistic missile for strategic forces. This missile is expected to...

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US Navy Tests Revolutionary TRAM for At-Sea Missile Reloading

Ensuring the loading (reloading) of munitions, including missiles, onto...

Ghost Ships and Hidden Threats: The North Sea’s Maritime Surveillance Challenge

In an era of increased maritime security concerns, NATO's...

Some Random Thoughts on Jammu Counter Insurgency Operations

Pakistani-supported terrorists are able to infiltrate and exfiltrate in...

Light Tanks Take Center Stage: India’s Zorawar Joins Global Trend

India has just announced the development of its own...