Video: 'Enemies tank destroyed,' bravery of Indian Army at LAC

Itanagar: The Indian Army is preparing itself more to protect the altitude of 15 thousand feet, the constantly falling temperature and the Line of Actual Control (LAC). The Indian Army is conducting vigorous military exercises these days in Arunachal Pradesh of the Eastern Sector. During this ongoing military exercise in Bum La, the army is fighting like a real fight. Bum La is an important place 37 km away from Tawang and 43 km away from the Chinese-administered Sona Zong city in Tibet.
During the military exercise in Bum La, even rain, weather conditions and lack of oxygen could not deter the high spirits of the soldiers of our country. Indian Army soldiers showed indomitable courage amidst heavy rains. The military exercise started with destroying enemy tanks. As soon as the enemy attacks Indian positions, the Indian Army gives a befitting reply. Interrupting the enemy with artillery fire, the counteroffensive moves to the next stage, in which infantry personnel attack the tank with anti-guided tank missiles.
These exercises are done regularly to keep the soldiers fit and ready at all times. Not only physically but also mentally. The final assault begins when anti-tank guided missiles hit the tanks, with the troops moving back to take full control. In the end, the enemy's attack is foiled and the enemy's knees stand. Let us tell you that the Indian Army is increasing its strength on the LAC. The M777 Ultra-Light Howitzer has recently been deployed here. Along with Bofors guns, artillery is doing regular practice. Howitzers have increased India's firepower in difficult mountainous terrain, as they can be taken to the heights of the mountain.

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