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Defence and Security Magazine - AeroSpace Power in India

Looming Danger Along INDO-PAK Border by Cecil Victor

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Author: Cecil Victor

Update: DSA has published this article in OCT 2011 - 2nd Anniversary Special
An interesting article that highlights the North Korean technology of creating deep and wide tunnels beneath the de-militarised zone, that are large enough to permit the passage of tanks, artillery guns and large bodies of troops. These can suddenly emerge in the enemy’s rear and create mayhem. The writer speculates that the Taliban used this Korean deep tunnelling technology to carry out the mass escape from the Kandahar prison. He warns that we should guard against the use of such tunnelling technology on the LC in Jammu and Kashmir as also the fenced international border with Pakistan.

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Challenges and Responses in National Security: The Vital need for Synergy by Air Cmde Jasjit Singh

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Author: Air Cmde Jasjit Singh AVSM, VrC, VM (Retd)

India is unquestionably one of the foremost major powers of the world. One of the most important lessons one learns from human history is that rising to greater power and capabilities brings its own challenges. And more often than not, the assumption of being a great power can lead to the biggest mistake the powerful make: that their power would deter challenges and hence mere power is enough as the core of response.

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Exclusive Interview with Colonel Commandant, army aviation corps Lt Gen V K Ahluwalia AVSM**, YSM, VSM

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Interview with Lt Gen V K Ahluwalia AVSM**, YSM, VSM GOC-IN-C CENTRAL COMMAND AND COLONEL COMMANDANT, ARMY AVIATION CORPS
DSA: Army Aviation has completed 25 years since bifurcating from IAF. How successful has been the journey so far?

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Exclusive Interview with Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal NAK Browne PVSM, AVSM, VM, ADC

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Air Chief Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal NAK Browne PVSM, AVSM, VM, ADC in conversation with Maj Gen (Dr) G D Bakshi SM, VSM (retd), Executive Editor, Defence and Security Alert (DSA) magazine

DSA: The Indian Air Force took off as a tiny fleet with four Westland Wapti bi-planes in October 1932. Today, it is the fourth largest Air Force in the world with a highly technical and specialised fighting force that safeguards our skies against enemy threats. How do you see this transformation since then? What is your vision for this Force?

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