National Defence Bureau,
New Delhi, 27 January 2018
Indian Army is a professional army. When a soldier of Indian Army shoots, he shoots to kill. He means business. And that accuracy comes with the firing practice on targets. Generally firing training is practiced on static bamboo framed tin targets; but now Indian Army’s Simulation Innovation Design under ADB has developed a multi motion target system to impart more effective firing training to help soldiers operate under different operational scenarios. Android operated MMTS is wireless and can count and record bullet hits under different motion situations.
Shailesh Kumar is an independent journalist with over 15 years of experience in crime, political and defence reporting for leading media brands including Star News, India TV and NewsX. He is the founder editor of defence and security news portal, National Defence.