China always looks at the big picture
What South China Sea, Somdorong Chhu and Doklam tell us
Ten Reasons Why Two-Front War Strategy will not Enhance India’s Military Strength
BrahMos at DefExpo 2020
WAR OF THE FUTURE
In 15 years from now, technology will lead to the end of networks
Why Indian Military is Preparing for the Last War
In the next 10 years, the character of war will transform
Threats from Pakistan Have Increased
How Balakot air strike has made India more vulnerable
How China is Reshaping the World Order
Notes from the 9th Beijing Xiangshan Forum.
Mutual Vulnerability on LAC Critical For Mutual Trust
For regional peace, India and China need to find areas of cooperation
President Xi Jinping’s visit if it happens at all will be meaningless | Part 3
By holding Exercise Him Vijay in Arunachal now, India has indicated that it does not want the second informal summit at this moment
China Has Unleashed a New Monster
Pravin Sawhney explains how its hypersonic cruise missile and hypersonic glide vehicle will change future warfare
Why Doklam was a blunder | Part 2
FORCE editor Pravin Sawhney explains how India completely misread the Chinese accretion of forces in Tibetan Autonomous Region.
Why the coming India-China summit will throw difficult questions for us | Part 1
In the run-up to President Xi Jinping’s visit to India, FORCE editor Pravin Sawhney makes three observations on Chinese way of thinking. The Part 2 of this video will be live on September 28
Defence Minister Flies LCA Tejas
In a major boost to indigenisation, Rajnath Singh gives a thumbs-up to the home grown fighter
FORCE editor Pravin Sawhney explains why India lacks war preparedness
Corrigendum: Chief of Army Staff General B.C. Joshi who took command on 1 July 1993 died in harness within 10 months (and not 10 years as mentioned in the video erroneously). Also, the first election when Farooq Abdullah became CM was in 1996 not in 2002. The errors are regretted.
Why Pakistan is not a walkover
FORCE editor Pravin Sawhney explains why India must take Pakistan military seriously. And how it is as professional a force as any
Glimpses from Army 2019
FORCE was the only Indian magazine at Russian ministry of defence’s largest defence equipment exhibition Army 2019. We bring you some exclusive videos from the exhibition.
URAN-9 BMRK, multifunction robotic combat complex
An overview of the land systems on static display
At the opening of the Ansat helicopter
Gymnasts from Tartaristan, where Ansat is being manufactured, perform at the inauguration of the helicopter for the first time in Paris
Indian Army 1990-2018
Pravin Sawhney traces the devolution of the Indian Army from a professional fighting force to a defensive counter-terrorism force
Anti-Satellite Capability: Gimmick or a Milestone?
FORCE editor Pravin Sawhney says that hitting a live satellite at the altitude of 300km this morning was at best a technology demonstrator with no deterrence value. There was no need to announce it, and certainly no need for the Prime Minister to address the nation for this
Pravin Sawhney on recent Air Surgical Strike
Will Balakot Air Strike Be India’s New Normal With Pakistan?
Aerial Display – Yakovlevs aerobatic display team at Aero India 2019
Military Music | USAF PAC band performing at Aero India 2019
Full House | At the inauguration of Aero India 2019
And So it Begins | The inauguration of Aero India 2019 commences
Did the Indian Army leadership fail its own command by 2016 Surgical Strikes?
Media and the Military
Where FORCE executive editor Ghazala Wahab says that media has been reduced to doing public relations
Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman inside a MiG-29K
Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman interacting with Navy officials
A MiG-29K takes off from INS Vikramaditya
A MiG-29K lands on INS Vikramaditya at night
India Successfully Test Fires Brahmos Missile From Su-30MKI
In December 2017, the Indian Navy will celebrate the Golden Jubilee of its submarine arm. What an awesome video to celebrate the historic moment.
What has jewellery got to do with a magazine on national security and aerospace?
A lot, actually, if that jewellery company wants to reach out to the armed forces personnel. When one of India’s biggest jewellery brand decided to address military officers on India’s Independence Day, it sought out the only magazine that has the widest reach.
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