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Mallu master race
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Absolute state kek
Keep this going and we wilk take over the forum one day
Just like we're taking over the beaurocrcay and at large, slowly but surely, the country

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As a child in northern India in early 2000s I didn't know what did the word "Mallu" mean- and the first exposure to the word was from the phrase "Mallu bhabhi" from you know where. I assumed that "mallu" means something bad/something along the sexual lines. When I was in Bangalore, I was initially very surprised to hear people saying -" he's/she's a mallu" 😂😂😂 (like bro, you have some videos online)
But yeah, salute to Mallu supremacy. You have helped god knows how many otherwise helpless teenage boys🖖
 

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(I could not find a thread on ATGMs, so posting it here)
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India and Anti-Tank Guided Missile Scenario:

- As per a 2010 news report, the Indian Army along has an inventory of more than 80,000 Anti-Tank Guided Missiles (ATGMs).

- In this episode of The Perspective, we take a look at various types of ATGMs employed by the Indian Army, and the Indian Air Force. And the platforms which employ these missiles.

- The program evaluate the various indigenous ATGM programs and their key features.

- An analysis is done where 3rd Generation, Fire & Forget ATGMs being developed by DRDO are mapped against existing 2nd Generation, Semi-Automatic, Command to Line-of-Sight (SACLOS) ATGMs of the Indian Army and the IAF.

- The final analysis shows which DRDO anti-tank missile will replace which of the existing ATGMs of the Army and the IAF.

Please do have a look. Share your feedback, and comments. Thanks.

 

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Indian Armed Forces grant Anti-Armour Weapon AT4 supply contract to Saab
The company has been awarded the contract for the lightweight and fully disposable weapon after going through a "competitive programme", a statement issued by Saab said.
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New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: Swedish defense company Saab on Thursday said it has been awarded a contract to supply single-shot anti-armour weapon AT4 to the Indian armed forces.
The company has been awarded the contract for the lightweight and fully disposable weapon after going through a "competitive programme", a statement issued by Saab said.


"AT4 will be used by the Indian Army and the Indian Air Force," it said.


Operated by a single soldier, the single-shot system has proven efficacy against structures, landing craft, helicopters, armoured vehicles and personnel, the statement said.


Its 84 mm calibre warhead offers enhanced power and performance, it added.


More about AT4:


According to the information available on the public domain, AT4 is one of the most successful support weapon families available in the market.
The weapon can be operated by a single soldier and has proven efficacy against helicopters, armoured vehicles, personnel, structures, and landing craft. It can also be used to protect supply points and fixed installations. Moreover, Its 84 mm calibre warhead offers enhanced power and performance.

 

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Indian armed forces award contract to Saab to supply anti-armour weapon AT4

New Delhi, Jan 20 (PTI) Swedish defence company Saab on Thursday said it has been awarded a contract to supply single-shot anti-armour weapon AT4 to the Indian armed forces.


The company has been awarded the contract for the lightweight and fully disposable weapon after going through a “competitive programme”, a statement issued by Saab said.


“AT4 will be used by the Indian Army and the Indian Air Force,” it said.


Operated by a single soldier, the single-shot system has proven efficacy against structures, landing craft, helicopters, armoured vehicles and personnel, the statement said.


Its 84 mm calibre warhead offers enhanced power and performance, it added. PTI DSP AQS AQS


This report is auto-generated from PTI news service. ThePrint holds no responsibility for its content.

 

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Soldiers look amazing in this video. I just wish it becomes universal. Only 1 lakh kevlar helmets and 1.86 lakh new BPJ's have been ordered. Not enough to equip all infantry in a 2 front war. Does anyone have any news/rumours of more being ordered?
1 lakh more Helmets are being ordered
 

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