Army Displays Its Deadly Firepower at ‘Sarvatra Prahar’ in Nashik

The exercise was conducted at Devlali field firing ranges where gunners of artillery wing displayed their firepower

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 School of Artillery conducts ‘Sarvatra Prahar’ exercise at Devlali. (Photo courtesy: twitter.com/SpokespersonMoD)

The artillery wing of Indian Army conducted exercise ‘Sarvatra Prahar’, displaying its prowess, deadly firepower and a wide range of sophisticated weapons.

The exercise was conducted at the Devlali field firing ranges where the gunners of the artillery wing displayed their firepower before a gathering consisting of NDA cadets, young officers from College of Military Engineering and NCC cadets among others.



Sarvatra Prahar’ exercise at Devlali. (Photo courtesy: twitter.com/SpokespersonMoD)
Sarvatra Prahar’ exercise at Devlali. (Photo courtesy: twitter.com/SpokespersonMoD)

Its special attraction was the combat free fall by special forces team and flying display by Cheetah and Chetak helicopters. An array of new generation rocket and missile systems like Pinaka, Smerch and a model of Brahmos missile were put on display.

Surveillance and target acquisition equipment like unmanned aerial vehicles, weapon locating radar and surveillance sensors were also showcased during the exercise.



An Air Force officer takes photograph during the firepower exercise ‘Sarvatra Prahar’ at Devlali, Nasik district of Maharashtra. (Photo: PTI)
An Air Force officer takes photograph during the firepower exercise ‘Sarvatra Prahar’ at Devlali, Nasik district of Maharashtra. (Photo: PTI)

The exercise was conducted in the presence of visiting officers of the Defence Services Staff College (Wellington), Military Institute of Technology (Pune) and School of Artillery Commandant Lieutenant General J George.

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