Jodhpur: Indian Army`s One Medium Regiment
on Saturday celebrated its platinum jubilee here and carried out a
mounted parade of artillery guns in the country.
Congratulating the unit on the occasion, Army Chief
General Deepak Kapoor said the regiment`s achievements in
different wars fought by India were exemplary and urged the
troops to maintain high standards.
The highlights of the parade, which was led by the
regiment`s Commanding Officer Colonel P C Pawar, include the
BMP infantry combat vehicles and M-46 130 mm artillery guns of
South-western Army Commander Lieutenant General C K S
Sabu and 12 Corps Chief Lt Gen A M Verma were also present on
Established in 1935, the regiment took part in World War-
II and had received its battle honours while fighting against
Japanese troops in Burma.