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artillery regiment: the Topchi exercise took place at the Devlali firing range | Nashik News

Nashik: Exercise TOPCHI – the annual firepower demonstration and training exercise of the Artillery Regiment – was conducted by the School of Artillery (Devlali) at the Devlali firing ranges on 14 January.
The event was attended by senior defense and civilian officers, officers from the Defense Services Staff College, and all ranks from all three services.
The audience was introduced to various equipment of the artillery regiment, including the new M-777 ultra-light howitzer, the K-9 Vajra self-propelled gun and the native SWATHI weapons-locating radar. Subsequently, all means of artillery firepower and surveillance were integrated to support a tactical plan.
The display of firearms, rockets, surveillance and target acquisition radars, remotely piloted aircraft and high-tech equipment was impressive. Army Aviation assets included Chetak & Cheetah helicopters. One of the highlights of the event was the freefall combat by paratroopers from the Parachute Regiment.
The event demonstrated the artillery regiment‘s spectacular firepower capabilities and skill with precise delivery of fire to targets. Exercise TOPCHI is a testament to the professionalism of the gunners and the evolution of the Indian Army’s sensor-to-gunner capabilities.