army: Republic Day parade: Indian Army marching contingents to display evolution of uniforms, rifles

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Three marching contingents of the Indian Army will wear uniforms and carry rifles from previous decades. One contingent will wear the new combat uniform and carry the latest Tavor rifles at Republic Day Parade-2022. Each marching contingent at RDP-22 will comprise 96 soldiers instead of the usual 144.
4 months ago·India

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army: Republic Day parade: Indian Army marching contingents to display evolution of uniforms, rifles

India News: NEW DELHI: How Indian Army uniforms and rifles have evolved over the decades will be on display at this year's Republic Day parade, Major General Alok.

4 months ago·Mumbai, India
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News18 India

Republic Day Parade: Indian Army Marching Contingents to Display Evolution of Uniforms, Rifles

Each marching contingent at RDP-22 will comprise 96 soldiers instead of the usual 144 so that proper attention can be given to Covid-19 protocol.

4 months ago·India
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R-Day Parade: Army Marching Contingents To Display Evolution Of Uniforms, Rifles

How Indian Army uniforms and rifles have evolved over the decades will be on display at this year's Republic Day parade, Major General Alok Kakkar said on Sunday.

4 months ago·New Delhi, India
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R-Day Parade: Army To Display How Uniform, Arms Evolved Over Decades

New Delhi:  The six marching contingents of the Indian Army will don different uniforms, including the new one, on Rajpath in Republic Day parade on January 26. In total, there would a total of 16 marching contingents. “There will be 8 contingents of the Indian Armed Forces in the Republic Day Parade, which will include […]The post R-Day Parade: Army To Display How Uniform, Arms Evolved Over Decades appeared first on Ommcom News.

4 months ago·Bhubaneswar, India
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