Did India Ignore US-Made M777's History of Failures?

Did India Ignore US-Made M777's History of Failures?
Did India Ignore US-Made M777's History of Failures?

An American soldiers fires a M777 Ultra-light Howitzer

Indian government awarded BAE systems a contract for 145 M777 howitzers last year despite a leaked Indian Army document claiming the artillery guns had failed to meet certain critical performance requirements during field evaluation trials

NEW DELHI — One of India's newly purchased M777 howitzer

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Accident That Killed Two Soldiers Throws Shadow Over “Sub-standard” South Korean Guns Ordered by India

Accident That Killed Two Soldiers Throws Shadow Over “Sub-standard” South Korean Guns Ordered by India
Accident That Killed Two Soldiers Throws Shadow Over “Sub-standard” South Korean Guns Ordered by India

The All India Defence Employees’ Federation (AIDEF) has written to the Defence Minister requesting the government to review its decision to buy substandard South Korean howitzer guns instead of indigenously manufactured howitzer guns.

The Ministry of Defence had decided to order ‘K-9 Thunder’ Howitzers from South Korea through L&T.

According

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Bofors Case Likely To Make A Comeback In Supreme Court

Bofors Case Likely To Make A Comeback In Supreme Court
Bofors Case Likely To Make A Comeback In Supreme Court

The Rs 1,437 crore deal between India and the Swedish arms manufacturer AB Bofors for the supply of 400 155mm Howitzer guns for Indian Army was entered on March 24, 1986

NEW DELHI: Speculation is rife that the politically sensitive Rs 64 crore Bofors pay-off case will come up for substantial hearing in the Supreme Court soon, amidst a fresh media

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