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SCA's Excelsior Conservation Corps Provides Outdoor Jobs, Stro...

) - New York's natural resources play an important role in the state's economy and quality of life, and soon 50 young adults and veterans will play an important role in protecting the state's ecological assets. Under the vision of Governor Andrew ..., 5 days ago

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School of Artillery displays Indian Army's firepower at Devlali Field Firing Ranges

— By | Jan 12, 2017 04:13 am FOLLOW US: Mumbai : A firepower exercise Exercise Sarvatra Prahar was conducted in the ranges of School of Artillery at Devlali on 09 January 2017, wherein the Gunners of the Indian Artillery displayed their prowess ...
 The Freepress Journal1 week ago Army's artillery wing displays firepower via 'Sarvatra Prahar'  Business Standard1 week ago Indian Army's artillery wing displays firepower via 'Sarvatra Prahar':-  Brahmand.com1 week ago Army's artillery wing displays firepower via Sarvatra Prahar  Daily Excelsior.com1 week ago

India's Artillery Gun Dhanush Begins User Trials

Dhanush, India's first long-range artillery gun is undergoing user trials in Himalayas. A total of six guns are being tested by the Indian Army under the aegis of the Srinagar-based 15 Corps and the Leh-based 14 Corps. A production-level ...
 Defense World2 weeks ago Dhanush hits trial target  Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago

India Allows Private Sector to Manufacture Ammo

NEW DELHI — India has decided to reduce ammunition imports and instead procure all ammunition requirements from domestic sources. The Ministry of Defence (MoD) under its Make In India initiative is now encouraging the private sector to ...
 DefenseNews.com1 month ago

Better late than never: The M-777A2 howitzer is coming to India

Flexible, maneuverable, mobile and swift, the M-777A2 Ultra-Light Howitzers are just what India needed to replace its ageing battle-tested Bofors guns, says Debalina Ghoshal. In mid-November 2016, the Defence Acquisition Council approved for purchase the much-delayed M-777A2 Ultra-Light Howitzers -- also known as the "Triple Seven". India will now buy 145 of such 155mm 39-calibre towed guns for its Mountain Strike Corps, which was raised in 2013. This gun would be acquired from the United ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

India signs deal with US to acquire 145 ultralight howitzers at $737 million

This post first appeared on Deliveries are expected to start in mid-2017. In an effort to modernize the artillery capacity of Indian military, the Defense ministry has cleared the long-pending deal of acquiring 145 M777 ultralight howitzers. ...
 The American Bazaar2 months ago
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