An essential guide to all things army; explore the intricate structure of units, troops, ranks and roles that work together to keep our borders safe.
Exploring India's Oldest Military Institution
Recently I visited Wellington, India to visit my cousin who is in the Indian army – who has served in Siachen, Uri, and Punj LOC sectors for quite many years now. And for upgrading himself in military technology he is undergoing further education at the oldest Military-Defence Institution in Wellington, the Defence Services Staff College. During this personal visit I got this exclusive and lifetime opportunity to visit this prestigious Institution for officers of the armed forces.
PLARF of CHINA
The People's Liberation Army Rocket Force (PLARF) is a strategic and tactical missile force of China. It was established in December 2015, as part of the country's military modernization drive. The PLARF is responsible for China's nuclear and conventional missile arsenal, which includes intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs), submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBMs), medium and intermediate-range ballistic missiles, as well as cruise missiles.
Mickey Markoff on Being Married to the Mission of the Air Show
Executive Producer Mickey Markoff shares insights on why he’s married to the mission of the Air and Sea Show and importance of paying tribute to our nation’s heroes.Mickey Markoff
The Nazi Third Reich: The Case for the Crisis of Consciousness
For human civilization, the Second Great War struggle was probably the dirtiest period ever. It was a worldwide military clash that wound up taking 70 – 85 million lives. Out of which it is assessed that 40 million were the non-military personnel populace from various nations together. This conflict, which lasted from 1939 to 1945, was fought on an international scale, but the result was the destruction and slaughter of entire urban areas, networks, towns, and nations on a scale never seen before by humanity. Germany is said to have started this conflict by attacking Poland in 1939, which later threw the entire world into chaos, resulting in the conflict between the axis: Germany, Italy, and Japan versus the allies: England, France, the Soviet Union, China, and the United States of America. It is assessed that around 30 nations were associated with this bloodiest military clash, which finished in September 1945 with an allied triumph.
Understanding World War III
Introduction: World War III (WWIII) is a hypothetical global conflict that many experts believe could potentially occur in the future. The possibility of WWIII has been a topic of discussion among political scientists, military strategists, and international relations experts for decades. In this essay, we will explore the potential causes and consequences of WWIII, with a focus on the various factors that could lead to the outbreak of such a catastrophic event.Ashok kumar
India is developing a new generation of unmanned submarines
A post on the website said: "The Indian Ministry of Defense has started a project to design and develop XLUUV submarines, the large multi-mission march, and the Indian Navy is interested in obtaining 12 new submarines of this type after these submarines pass the required tests."News Correct
Pakistan and USA Army Relations 2023
Title: The Future of Pakistan-USA Army Relations in 2023: A Professional Analysis Introduction: The relationship between Pakistan and the United States of America has always been a complex one, with the two nations sharing a history of cooperation, conflict, and mutual mistrust. In recent years, however, there has been a push for closer collaboration, particularly in the realm of defense and security. This essay seeks to explore the future of Pak-US Army relations in 2023 and examine the factors that will shape this partnership.Ghulam Mohiuddin
Longing for Home : A War Veteran's Tale
Amidst the chaos and deafening sounds, I stand here, still, on the battleground,Thavarasa Thanujan
“Lady Death” of the Red Army
Lyudmila Pavlichenko, also known as "Lady Death," was a legendary Soviet sniper during World War II. Born in Ukraine in 1916, Pavlichenko became one of the most successful snipers in history, with a confirmed kill count of 309 enemy soldiers.
The Duty of a Patriot: A Story of an Army Man
Tom had always been a patriot, ever since he was a little boy. He would look up at the American flag and feel a sense of pride and honor, knowing that his father, grandfather, and great-grandfather had all served in the military. He knew that it was his duty to follow in their footsteps, to defend his country and the freedoms that it stood for.
That very 1st combat landing...
8APR2023; 0903, SAT– Maryland, USA "Do you remember the time?!"- Rest In Power to the late great King of Pop (Michael Jackson). MJ's unrivaled creativity/talent, and his willingness to be *VOCAL*, about pertinent matters at that, will ensure his legacy lives on for eons.Nefarious Darrius
Weapons of Destruction
Nuclear Weapons: Nuclear weapons are the most powerful weapons of mass destruction ever developed. These weapons derive their destructive power from nuclear reactions that release enormous amounts of energy. The first atomic bomb was developed during World War II and was dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, causing massive destruction and loss of life (LINK 1). Since then, several countries have developed nuclear weapons, including the United States, Russia, China, and North Korea. The use of nuclear weapons has severe environmental and humanitarian consequences that can last for generations.Mogomotsi Moremi