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SOURCE: AFI

The Eastern Command of the Indian Army successfully concluded its annual Anti-Tank Guided Missile (ATGM) field firing exercise at the Teesta Field Firing Range from February 20 to 28, 2024. Over 1500 personnel from various Infantry and Mechanized Infantry Battalions participated in this crucial training event, showcasing the command’s ability to mobilize and coordinate large-scale operations.

The exercise emphasized practical training, with soldiers engaging in live firing of over 260 missiles. This provided them with a realistic opportunity to hone their skills in operating and deploying ATGM systems effectively.

The stated aim of the exercise was to achieve the objective of “One Missile One Tank,” highlighting the Indian Army’s commitment to achieving precision and lethality in its anti-tank warfare capabilities.

This annual exercise plays a vital role in ensuring that the Eastern Command’s troops are well-trained and prepared to effectively counter any armored threats they might encounter in the line of duty.