20 years fighting and Still on, without Proper Weapons..

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  1. Kunal Biswas

    Kunal Biswas Member of the Year 2011 Moderator

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    20 years fighting and Still on, Without Proper Weapons..

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    READ AND UNDERSTAND..
     
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    Kunal Biswas Member of the Year 2011 Moderator

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    I scanned it last year, But cant find the Magazine now..

    Whatever, Here`s the reality, And many here talked abt it..
     
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    MoD claim of having deterrence against enemies now sound hollow.

    modernization and expansion, cold start doctrine and even no compromise with sovereignty etc etc.

    leave vietnam come back home... we just dont deserve being international player
     
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    Just a suggestion, maybe they could reconfigure the F-INSAS in a BASIC, MULTIPHASE SYSTEM system.
    In the first phase they could just add P-RAILS for AKMs & INSAS rifles, along with optics and Night Vision Devices( may be imported) along with Radio Comm Device.

    In the next phase they could add Armour, helmet and the Multipurpose bags with helmet mounted night sights.

    After that IMHO they could go for the GPS and hand held computers with network centric warfare capabilities.
     
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    "MoD says at Rs. 6000 each, its too expensive" - Hopefully no soldier ever gets to read this statement. His head isn't worth Rs.6000 in the country, which he is prepared to die for.:mad2:

    I guess we need another 1962 to wake the Dhotiwalas out of their deep slumber. But then, that too might not make much difference. What could we do in the wake of Mumbai attacks other than issuing hollow statements???
     

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