SOURCE: IDRW.ORG TEAM
The Vehicles Research and Development Establishment (VRDE), based in Ahmednagar, India, has undertaken a project named Mounted Gun System (MGS). This project aims to develop a state-of-the-art artillery system for the Indian Armed Forces.
The VRDE MGS has been compared to other contemporary MGS systems currently in operation around the world. This comparison highlights the strengths and potential of the Indian system.
As the table shows, the VRDE MGS boasts several advantages over its counterparts. Notably, it possesses the highest power-to-weight ratio of 10.15 kW/ton, indicating superior mobility and agility. Moreover, the MGS boasts a maximum range of 45 km, exceeding the capabilities of most other systems.
The Indian system also demonstrates impressive fire rate and speed, making it a potent and versatile weapon for various battlefield scenarios.
While the VRDE MGS still under development, its demonstrably competitive features compared to established global systems hold significant promise for the Indian Armed Forces. The MGS promises to be a game-changer in terms of firepower, mobility, and range, bolstering India’s defense capabilities and strategic autonomy.
The successful development and deployment of the MGS would mark a significant milestone in India’s journey towards self-reliance in defense technology.
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