Military Gadgets Used By The Indian Special Forces
Most of you have the aim to join one of the Indian special forces. Firstly, the names like MARCOS, Garud commandoes, Ghatak force and Force one are some of the names that fill the aspirants with goosebumps. This is because these forces are responsible for the most critical and important operations of the country. Whether it is a surgical strike against terrorist groups or the security of officials, these forces play a vital role. And for conducting such operations, the personnel also require special gadgets and weapons. Here are some of the weapons that are in use by the Indian special forces.
M-82A1 Sniper Riffle
Currently, NSG and Para SF is using this American sniper. It weighs around 13 Kg and fires .50 calibre rounds, which is also one of the most powerful rounds in the world.
It is a type of non-lethal weapon that is in use by the Indian armed forces. We can say it is similar to tear gas but more painful. The Defence research and development organisation has developed the chili Grenade. Chili grenade uses the world’s hottest chilli “BHOOT JOLOKIA”. Militants who faced it asked to shoot themselves due to the heavy pain caused by it.
Hand Held Thermal Imager
Hand Held Thermal Imager shows the heat signature around us. It's like a binocular but more useful as you can see a person hiding behind a wall by the heat signature of his body.
The Para special forces, MARCOS, Garud Commandos use this assault rifle.
Micro Uzi is one of the smallest SMG in the world yet one of the most powerful and accurate SMG. Above all, the Indian special forces use these in large numbers.
The Negev is a light machine gun and the Isreal Weapon Industry has developed it. It is a 5.56×45mm NATO light machine gun and special forces all over the world use it.
This is a weapon system category in which the munition loiters around the target area for some time, searches for targets, and attacks once a target is located. It is also known as a suicide drone.
Black Hornet Nano
The Black Hornet Nano is a military micro unmanned aerial vehicle. The UAV is has a camera, which gives the operator full-motion video and still images. And above all, An operator can be trained to operate the Black Hornet in as little as 20 minutes. In India, the NSG also uses this.
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