fighters

  1. Wadaich

    Lybia: Establishment Media Re-Brands Racist, Bloodthirsty Rebels as Freedom Fighters

    NY Times, BBC label Belhaj grateful ally of the west as his fighters incarcerate, torture and kill black Libyans Paul Joseph Watson nfowars.com Monday, September 5, 2011 Western-backed Al-Qaeda rebels are preparing to subvert the post-Gaddafi government in Libya according to...
  2. hans

    IAF lost 46 fighters in 7 years. flight safety issues.

    Indian Air Fore facing Quality Control issues. NEW DELHI: Indian Air Force (IAF) has in all lost 46 fighter aircraft in little less than seven years since 2005, government said on Wednesday. "During 2008 to August 17, 2011, a total of 26 fighter planes of IAF had crashed. During the...
  3. Geek

    China to give squadron of J10-B fighters to Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: Taking bilateral defence relations to a new high,China will give Pakistan a squadron of the advanced J-10B fighter aircraft, a media report said. The offer was made by senior Chinese military leaders to visiting Pakistan Army's Chief of General Staff, Lt. Gen.Waheed Arshad, the Urdu...
  4. onlykami

    Mujahideen are the best fighters no one beat them

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  5. PkRevolution

    Stealth technology, How does stealth technology work? Possible to detect Stealth fighters??? Where d

    China's first stealth flight test: Jan.2011 The emergence of stealth technology in air superiority fighters fundamentally changes the basic rules of the game. Stealth technology also termed LO technology (low observable technology) is a sub-discipline of military tactics and passive...
  6. Zionist Hindu

    India deeply disappoints US - India chooses European fighters over US rivals

    India chooses European fighters over US rivals http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-13233177 India has shortlisted two European fighters and ruled out two US rivals for a key $11bn military contract. The Indian defence ministry picked the pan-European Eurofighter and France-based...
  7. mohib

    Hiring of Pakistani fighters for Bahrain angers Iran

    LAHORE: Tehran has conveyed its resentment to Islamabad over continuing recruitment of the retired Pakistani military officials to bolster the strength of the security forces of Bahrain, which have been cracking down on pro-democracy Shia protesters in the Gulf state with the help of the...


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