India Army readies Bofors guns for operations amid tensions with China along the LAC.
Bofors guns were inducted into the armed forces in the mid-1980s. It is capable of firing both at low and high angles.
Newly inducted trucks will help push tonnes of supplies to Ladakh and between bases along the border.
Ahead of snow blocking mountain passes into Ladakh at least four months every winter, Indian military planners have already moved more than 150,000 tonnes of materials into the region.
The Indian Army workhorse helicopter Chinook was also spotted along the LAC. It’s efficient for transportation to tactical positions — capable of carrying rations, cannons, anti-aircraft guns, and those supplies.
A special ambulance is also on its way and will be supplied to the Indian army by the Ordnance Factory Medak. A few of these indigenously developed ambulances are dispatched already. These can be used at the war front to render immediate and emergency medical care for soldiers.