The Indian Army is the land-based branch and the largest component of the Indian Armed Forces. The President of India is the Supreme Commander of the Indian Army. India now gets more power by adding many components. India also will look for their future weapons that make India stronger than any other country. Top five future deadliest weapons discussed in below:
INS Vishal is currently under development and is expected to be commissioned in 2025. It will be nuclear powered and nearly 50% larger than INS Vikramaditya. Aircraft’s like DRDO AURA are expected to operate for the carrier.
INS Vishal will be able to accommodate up to 55 aircraft (35 fixed-wing combat aircraft and 20 rotary wing aircraft), launched using a catapult assisted take-off but arrested recovery (CATOBAR) aircraft launch system, incorporating U.S. defense contractor’s General Atomics’ new electromagnetic aircraft launch system (EMALS) technology.
BrahMos-II is a hyper-sonic cruise missile currently under joint development by Russia and India. It is speculated that it will travel at a speed of Mach 7 and have an operational range of 180 miles. It has the ability to be fired from ships, submarines, aircraft, and land, and is a versatile missile that will strike fast. It will hit with a mighty force to destroy hardened and buried targets such as bunkers and storage facilities. It is scheduled to be ready by 2020.
3.HAL Tejas MK-II
The HAL Tejas MK-II is a multi-role light combat fighter aircraft with stealth capabilities. The MK2 is an improvement over LCA Airforce Mk1 with higher thrust engine. This aircraft will have improved survivability, maintainability and obsolescence mitigation.
4.INS Aridhaman Submarine
INS Aridhaman is the second Arihant-class submarine. It is the second nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine being built by India. Even though the same class as INS Arihant, she will feature 8 launch tubes instead of the 4 giving her double the firepower of Arihant.
AURA is an autonomous unmanned combat air vehicle (UCAV),The ADA describes the AURA as a “self-defending high-speed reconnaissance UAV with weapon firing capability”. The project is being developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation for the Indian Air Force and Indian Navy.