Indian Army Plans for Modern Kinetic Fires Capabilities in a Fluid Geopolitical Climate

Posted: 09/26/2011
Defence IQ speaks with Indian Army Colonel AK Sharma (retired) about the next generation of artillery warfare. Extending ranges of artillery systems is a top priority for Indian defence, and the goal of increasing lethality is closely tied with acquiring precision munitions, as he sees it. Net centric components, and the ability to pass mission critical information in a real time environment, must also align closely with Indian fires capability. He also discusses the meteorological issues endemic to India's geography that are likely to affect future operations.
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