Indian Army's IMPRESSIVE engineering! Builds bridge on Indus River for vehicle movement - Watch Video
Watch video: Indian Army's IMPRESSIVE engineering! Builds bridge on Indus River for heavy vehicle movement, netizens applauds.
- Indian Army shows impressive engineering skills
- Builds bridge on Indus River in Ladakh
- With this move, heavy vehicular movement will become a cakewalk
After years of hardwork, the Indian Army shows impressive engineering skills as it builds a bridge on the Indus River for vehicle movement. Recently, a video titled `Bridging Challenges - No Terrain nor Altitude Insurmoutable` and was shared on Twitter by the South Western Command of the Indian Army where the clip shows years of hardwork put together in a few seconds. The soldiers of Sapta Shakti Engineers can be seen conducting the mega exercise in Eastern Ladakh and mechanically launching the bridging system into the Indus river for heavy vehicle movement. Netizens soon filled the comments section will positive remarks.
"Bridging Challenges - No Terrain nor Altitude Insurmoutable’ #SaptaShaktiEngineers in #EasternLadakh carrying out mobility tasks and training. Bridging the mighty #Indus River, enabling movement of both combat and logistic echelons," read the tweet of the Indian Army's South Western Command.
'Bridging Challenges - No Terrain nor Altitude Insurmoutable’#SaptaShaktiEngineers in #EasternLadakh carrying out mobility tasks and training. Bridging the mighty #Indus River, enabling movement of both combat and logistic echelons.#SarvadaAgraniBde#IndianArmy@adgpi pic.twitter.com/7JxiNmhVlm — SouthWesternCommand_IA (@SWComd_IA) September 11, 2022
The video depicts the mechanical launch of heavy metal parts into the waterbody as the bridge is shown to be completed at the end of the video. Army personnel engrossed in teamwork can be seen in the exercise while heavy trucks cross the terrain after the bridge has been completed.
This move enhances the existing bridging capability by mamifold and becomes a major game-changer in support of mechanised operations during conflict with our adversaries. Earlier on Sunday, the Indian Army chief General Manoj Pande, who is on a two-day visit to the Ladakh sector, flew in an Indian Air Force Apache attack helicopter.
The request for a sortie from the Ladakh air base was received yesterday and today, the Army chief flew in the chopper over the area, IAF officials said. General Pande was familiarised with the flying characteristics of the platform and briefed about its capabilities and roles.
(With inputs from ANI)