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Indian Army Enhances Bridging Capability with 46-meter Modular Bridge Induction

The Indian Army has bolstered its bridging capability with the induction of the 46-meter Modular Bridge. Designed and developed by Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO), the bridging system was formally handed over in a ceremony at the Manekshaw Centre, New Delhi today. The event was graced by Army Chief General Manoj Pande.

According to the Defence Ministry, a total of 41 sets will be inducted in the armed forces over the next four years. The bridge will enable the army to overcome obstacles such as canals and ditches with ease. The modular bridges will replace the manually launched Medium Girder Bridges that are currently being used in the Indian Army.

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