Indian Army receives new batch of local made weapons and advanced equipment

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The delivery included surveillance systems, assault patrol boats, quick reaction fighting vehicles, and automatic communication systems. The Indian Army also received advanced thermal imagers, an upgraded sight system for tanks, and a new anti-personnel mine called “Nipun”. Additionally, Singh handed over the full gear of the Future Infantry Soldier as a System (F-INSAS), which includes an AK-203 select-fire assault rifle with a maximum range of 300 meters (984 feet), Joe Saballa reports.

The Army also took delivery of ballistic goggles, helmets, and bulletproof vests that can protect against 9mm rounds. It also received rifle-mounted holographic sights with a range of 200 meters (656 feet) suitable for target acquisition, and helmet-mounted night vision devices.

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Indian Army receives new batch of local made weapons and advanced equipment

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Read: 642     15:00     19 August 2022    

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The delivery included surveillance systems, assault patrol boats, quick reaction fighting vehicles, and automatic communication systems. The Indian Army also received advanced thermal imagers, an upgraded sight system for tanks, and a new anti-personnel mine called “Nipun”. Additionally, Singh handed over the full gear of the Future Infantry Soldier as a System (F-INSAS), which includes an AK-203 select-fire assault rifle with a maximum range of 300 meters (984 feet), Joe Saballa reports.

The Army also took delivery of ballistic goggles, helmets, and bulletproof vests that can protect against 9mm rounds. It also received rifle-mounted holographic sights with a range of 200 meters (656 feet) suitable for target acquisition, and helmet-mounted night vision devices.

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