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The Indian Army’s Northern Command recently showcased its unwavering resolve in a field firing exercise conducted under harsh winter conditions. The exercise, which involved the use of Anti-Tank Guided Missiles (ATGMs) and rocket launchers, was a testament to the soldiers’ ability to operate effectively in extreme environments.

A video shared by the Army on social media platform X (platform name can’t be specified) depicted the soldiers braving the freezing temperatures as they engaged in precision firing of ATGMs, mortars, and rocket launchers. This exercise served as a critical training opportunity, sharpening their skills to achieve the ultimate goal of “One Missile, One Tank” accuracy.

This recent exercise follows another successful ATGM field firing conducted by the Eastern Command in February. Held at the Teesta Field Firing Range in West Bengal, the event saw over 260 missiles fired under the aegis of the Trishakti Corps. This earlier exercise, involving more than 1500 personnel from various Infantry and Mechanised Infantry Battalions, further highlighted the Army’s commitment to maintaining combat readiness.

These successive exercises demonstrate the Indian Army’s dedication to maintaining peak operational preparedness across all its commands. The ability to effectively handle sophisticated weaponry under challenging conditions is a vital skill for ensuring national security.