- Nov 22, 2020
If one private endavour could do all this OFB should just put their money where their mouth is
You can't expect entrepreneurship from a state-run company of any kind. What's more, OFB is just a production agency, they have some in-house design capability for weapons, equipment & kit but it's all shit and 25 years out of date.If one private endavour could do all this OFB should just put their money where their mouth is
Looks like some kind of minimalist model...I wonder if its just an adapter cable (for headset to interface with radio).PTT??
On AKs and M4s, usually two-points.Our guys usually use 3 point slings right?
Standardize this stuff and you've got the basic SOF stuff covered. All we need then is an In-SOC with authorization to plan and operate cross-border for special recon, monitoring militant infilitration routes and picking them off, conducting raids and DA on local commanders and other HVTs, infiltrating their ranks as Kashmiris and becoming sleeper cells, picking off pakistani military liasons to these militants etc. We need to make special operations our primary tool to influence the region, the Ghatak can be the more direct combatants when needed and the army/RR should handle domestic issues. That being said AFSPA needs to be reworked a bit and the army needs to greatly focus on urban warfare training as a whole for jawans and officers alike. AFSPA has done more harm than good, and we don't need our conventional arm to get dirty that too at home. Leave that to the SF.
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