Army fires US precision guided Excalibur rounds for first time using M777 howitzers
The firing of the Excalibur rounds took place as part of the army’s training procedure. A precision guided kit was also tested.
31 Army personnel killed in terrorist attacks along LoC from 2016 to 2018: Govt
In written response to a question in the Rajya Sabha, Ministe...
Over 400 youths from Jammu and Kashmir inducted into Indian Army
The passing-out-parade of the soldiers, belonging to different areas of Jamm...
China on mind, India set to hand over sub to Myanmar
The impending transfer of the INS Sindhuvir is part of India’s continuing policy to counter China’s strategic inroads into Myanmar. The 3,000-tonne INS Sindhuvir may be 31 years old but it has undergone regular refits in India and Russia over the years, with the latest modernisation work being undertaken on the diesel-electric boat in Visakhapatnam.
Indian Army requires 200 armoured fighting vehicles for Pakistan border
The army recently announced its plan to procure 198 wheeled armoured fighting vehicles (AFV) for reconnaissance and support to tank regiments in mechanised warfare. The army plans to use these AFVs in the plain sectors of Punjab and Rajasthan. It wants that these AFVs should be able to operate in not only developed areas in this region, but in riverine terrain as well.
91 cadets commissioned as Army officers from Gaya academy
Of the 91 newly inducted officers, four cadets were from Bhutan and five were from Assam Rifles. Lt General Ngo Minh Tien, Deputy Chief of the General Staff, Vietnam People's Army was the reviewing officer of the passing out parade, while Lt Gen PC Thimmaya, PVSM, VSM, General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Army Training Command, was the chief host.
Shoddy ammo from ordnance factories hitting military: CAG
TOI had reported on May 14 that the Army had sounded alarm over the unacceptably high number of accidents taking place in the field due to poor quality of ammunition being supplied for tanks, artillery, air defence and other guns by the OFB, which has 41 ordnance factories under it with an annual budget of over Rs 15,000 crore.
MP: Two men steal INSAS rifles from Army cantonment, cops on alert
The duo, posing as Army men, arrived at a check post in the early hours of Friday and asked the sentries on duty to call someone from inside the cantonment. After engaging the sentries in light chatter, the duo suddenly seized two INSAS assault rifles and 20 live cartridges from the check post and fled, Hoshangabad DSP M L Chhari said about the incident.
Sincerity of the govt in dealing the Naga issue is in serious doubt: NSCN-IM
In a statement NSCN-IM stated, “A different story being unfolded particularly in interior villages bordering Myanmar and Ukhrul district. The people there live under perpetual fear under the watchful eyes of the Joint Military Operation of the Indian Army and the Tatmadaw crafted by NSA Chief AJit Doval."
Red-tape stalls Indian Army HQ recast plan
The Indian Army had sent a proposal to the Defence Ministry for approval. The ministry, after approving it, further sent it to the Cabinet for clearance, but due to technical reasons it has not been approved and sent back, sources said. "The Army needs approval for three posts from Cabinet as these are joint secretary level and above posts."
Perceptional differences over India-China border: Rajnath Singh
Responding to a statement by Congress leader in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury about Chinese activities along India's border regions, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said transgression by Chinese forces do take place and Indian forces too go for patrolling along forward locations. "Our border is secured and forces are fully alert," he said.
Indian Army successfully test-fires Spike LR missile
The Indian Army has successfully test-fired two newly-acquired Spike LR (long-range) anti-tank missiles at the Infantry School at Mhow, Madhya Pradesh. In addition to fire and forget capability, the missile also has the ability to fire, observe and update, providing substantial flexibility to the firer to pinpoint the impact point.
For Indian Army soldiers in Siachen, having a bath without water is now possible
Clensta’s gel-based formulation is free of alcohol, Sodium lauryl sulfate and any other harmful ingredients. Moreover, unlike traditional products, it can be directly applied to hair and body, massaged and then can be dried off using a towel.
Nag: The anti-tank missile that can destroy targets miles away
The fire-and-forget missile is developed by DRDO under the integrated guided missile development programme (IGMDP), which also includes four other missiles — Agni, Akash, Trishul and Prithvi.
Indian Army successfully test-fires newly-acquired Spike anti-tank guided missile
Army Chief General Bipin Rawat witnessed newly-acquired Spike anti-tank guided missiles in function at Mhow, Madhya Pradesh on Wednesday, Ar...
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