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India’s army to get first howitzers in three decades

India will shortly take delivery of two M-777 ultra-light howitzers, manufacturer BAE Systems said on Thursday, the country’s first such acquisition in over three decades after a major corruption scandal in the 1980s. The equipment is a part of a US$750 million deal New Delhi signed with the US last year to buy 145 howitzers
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