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Tata Advanced Systems (Tata Aerospace & Defence) will be showcasing a range of armoured mobility vehicles to Indian and International Defence forces at its Chinchwad facility in Pune in the upcoming weeks. The company will be showcasing the Mine Protected Vehicles carrier, which offers NIJ Level 3 protection and features ten gun firing points. It incorporates a special V-shaped hull for blast resistance. The Mine Protected Vehicles carrier has been offered in the export market and has already been inducted into the Indian Army and the Indian Paramilitary Forces.

In addition to the Mine Protected Vehicles carrier, Tata will also be showcasing the Wheeled Armoured Amphibious Vehicle (WHAP), the Infantry Protected Vehicle (IFV), and the Light Armoured Multi-Purpose Vehicle (LAMV). The WHAP is a fully amphibious vehicle that can be used for a variety of missions, including troop transport, reconnaissance, and combat support.

The IFV is a heavily armored vehicle that is designed to protect infantry troops from small arms fire and artillery shells. The LAMV is a lightweight and versatile vehicle that can be used for a variety of roles, including troop transport, reconnaissance, and logistics.

Tata Advanced Systems is a leading provider of armoured mobility vehicles to the Indian and international defence markets. The company has a long history of developing and manufacturing high-quality armoured vehicles that meet the demanding requirements of the defence forces. Tata is committed to providing its customers with the latest in armoured vehicle technology and is constantly developing new and innovative products to meet the evolving needs of the defence forces.

The upcoming showcase at the Chinchwad facility will be an opportunity for Tata Advanced Systems to demonstrate its capabilities to a wide range of potential customers. The company is confident that its armoured mobility vehicles will meet the needs of the Indian and international defence forces.

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