10 Rare Pictures Of The Indian Army
 
An ambulance driver from the Indian Army clenches his hands, indicating the intense pain in his leg

An ambulance driver from the Indian Army clenches his hands, indicating the intense pain in his leg

Anna Hazare as an Army man

Anna Hazare as an Army man

Army personnel on patrol in snow-bound Gulmarg

Army personnel on patrol in snow-bound Gulmarg

s other soldiers run for the cover of slit trenches, an Indian Lewis gun team

s other soldiers run for the cover of slit trenches, an Indian Lewis gun team

Newly-arrived Indian troops parade on the quayside

Newly-arrived Indian troops parade on the quayside

Best Group Picture. Loc Kargil War 1999 Operation vijay 1999 india

Best Group Picture. Loc Kargil War 1999 Operation vijay 1999 india

The Indo-Pakistani War of 1971

The Indo-Pakistani War of 1971

 
 
 
 
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