Lt. Gen. B. S. Pawar (Retd.) Articles 21
During a career spanning four decades, the officer has held a number of prestigious command and staff appointments. He was head of the Army Aviation Corps and Commandant School of Artillery. Currently, he is the President of the Northern Region of The Helicopter Society of India. A defence analyst, he writes for defence journals and publications and is also on the editorial board of a few of them.
He can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Editor’s Note The Apache Guardian is among the meanest platforms being employed primarily in the mechanised battlefield. The highly maneuverable Attack Helicopter (AH) comes with a deadly co... Read more
Editor’s Note UAVs are now an essential part of all modern armed forces’ inventories. They are cheaper than modern aircraft and eliminate the risk of losing a pilot. The tasks that they can... Read more
Editor-in-Chief’s Note In Part I the author had dwelt upon developments in helicopter technology and the evolution of various models, especially in the US and Russian helicopter indus... Read more
Editor-in-Chief’s Note: Lt Gen BS Pawar’s article is being presented in two parts. In Part I, the discourse is about helicopter development having trailed the pace of aircraft technolo... Read more