Indian Army uniforms may be changed to make soldiers adapt better to weather extremities


Indian Army personnel may soon be seen in an all-new uniform with the Defence Ministry reportedly mulling the prospect of customising the wearable gear based on weather conditions in different parts of the country.

Zee News has learnt from highly-placed sources in the Defence Ministry that the Indian Army’s uniform may soon be changed to primarily adapt to the varied weather extremities of India. The current uniform has terrycot fibre as its main component and these are not best suited for hot and humid conditions. These had replaced the cotton uniforms in use because the Indian Army had said cotton uniforms are not easy to maintain.

Now, a change in uniform is likely to take all these factors into consideration as well as meet with the changing nature of contemporary warfare. In addition to the change in uniform Read More

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