Jamshedpur, June 24: The 891 Field Regiment in association with the Poorva Sainik Seva Parishad organized of artilleries and weapons like Insas rifles, light machine and Howitzer guns for the civilians.
The two-day exhibition which will conclude tomorrow displayed reconnaissance vehicles, which is used to collect information outside friendly areas.
The visitors were explained about the Integrated Observation Vehicle which is stationed at the Artillery Observation Post. It facilitates surveillance including live video clips up to a range of 20 kms acquisition and ranging of targets for accurate firing during day the night under all weather conditions.
The eye-opening exhibition also included monitors, digital global positioning system (DGPS), EL/M radar that can detect tank movements up to 40 km.
In the weapons section, there was AK 47, 84 mm KL, medium machine gun, automatic grenade launchers and 81 mm mortar. In large equipment students and the visitors witnessed 130 MM M46 Russian Field Gun and 122 MM D-30 Howitzer.
The exhibition also showcased monitors, digital global positioning system (DGPS), EL/M radar that can detect tank movements up to 40 km. In the weapons section, there was AK 47, 84 mm KL, medium machine gun, automatic grenade launchers and 81 mm mortar.
The students of Interact Club, Safe Club and Jyoti Club of Kerala Samajam Model School (KSMS) visited the camp to have a hand on experience of the military weapons at Sonari Army Camp on Friday morning.
The aim of the display was to provide young generations a glimpse of modern technologies and weapons being used in the military as the part of their personal development and exposure to the outside world as the leader of tomorrow.
This trip was successful under the supervision of the moderator of the Interact Club Sudha Singh and the Moderator of Jyoti Club Abha Vishwakarma, this trip was encouraged by the principal of Kerala Samajam Model School Nandini Shukla.