India Approves $3.2 billion Purchase Plan to Boost Night Warfare of Armed Forces

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nightvision indian armyAfter inviting global manufacturers to supply night sights for LMGs and driver’s night sight with fusion technology for T-90 tanks, the Indian Army is now beefing up the night fighting capabilities of its foot soldiers.

The army will place request for information (RFI) for the purchase of 15,000 night vision devices (NVDs) for rocket launchers, 5,000 NVDs for medium machine guns and more than 125,000 for other small handheld arms. Defense sources told Sputnik that the Indian Army will spend approximately $3.2 billion for the purchases.

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