Indian army to get and deploy AATV Articulated All-Terrain Vehicles along Line of Actual Control


According to Mayank Singh in the New Indian Express, the procurement of 18 Articulated All-Terrain Vehicles (AATV) for mobility and carrying mounted artillery guns to be deployed along the northern borders is under process.
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The procurement of 18 Articulated All-Terrain Vehicles (AATV) for mobility and carrying mounted artillery guns to be deployed along the northern borders is under process, Mayank Singh reports. As per requirements projected in March 2022, the Articulated All-Terrain Vehicle (AATV) should be capable to operate up to 18,000 feet in High Altitude Areas (Glaciated and Snowbound) and marshy terrain (salt waste dry/wet) in plains. Twelve have to be sent to Ladakh and 6 to Gujarat.

As earlier reported by the New Indian Express, the Indian Army is set to get stronger firepower along its northern borders with China. Authorities have issued a Request For Information (RFI) to procure mounted (self-propelled) 105mm/37 caliber mounted gun systems. As per the RFI issued by the Indian Army on April 29, the field regiments will be equipped with mounted gun systems.


 

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