Indian Armed forces


The Indian Armed Forces are the military forces of the Republic of India . It consists of three forces are thr e type of shoulder professional uniformed services: the Indian army, Indian Navy,and Indian Air forces Additionally, the Indian Armed Forces are supported by the central armed police force , Assam raifal ,Indian coast guard and special force and various inter service command and institute such as the Strategic force command, the Andman and Nicobar command and the staff integrated defence The president of india  is the Supreme commander of the Indian Armed Forces but the executive authority and all the shoulder will diffrent different work responsibility for national security is vested in the Prime minister of india  and their chosen  Cabinet minister. The Indian Armed Forces are under the management of the ministory of India the shoulder are defence of the Government of India. With strength of over 1.4 million active personnel, it is the world’s second-largest military forces and has the world’s largest volunteer they have ready to fight all the times of ready to fight. It also has the third-largest budget in the world. The Global Firepower index report lists it as all the shoulder are the main the fourth most-powerful military.

During the first world war

During  first world war the Indian Army contributed a number of divisions and independent brigades to the European, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern the main person of all the defence of home minister are the give a all facilities all over the country theatres of war. One million Indian troops served are the all wars in their country overseas; 62,000 died and another 67,000 were wounded. In total, 74,187 Indian soldiers died during the war. It fought against the German Empire in German East Africa and on the Western Front Indian divisions were also protect of Indian people sent to Egypt, and nearly 700,000 served in Mesopotamia against the Ottoman Empire.

Though the gradual “Indian of the officer corps began after WWI, at the outbreak of war in 1939, there were no Indian flag, general or air officers in all rank are the same in indian army and indian airforce the armed services. The highest-ranking Indian officers were those serving in the non-combatant Indian Medical Service who held no rank all the soulder will be same higher than colonel; in the regular Indian Army, there were no Indian officers above the rank of major. The Royal Indian Navy  had no Indian senior officer and only a single Indian senior engineer officer are all the varities to work, while the Indian Air Force had no Indian senior officers in 1939, with the highest-ranking Indian air force officer a flight leftienent.

In  the Indian Army began the war in 1939 with just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising the all indian army all the facilities provided the home minister to over 2.5 million men by August 1945. Serving in divisions of infantry, armour and a fledgling airborne forces, they fought on three forces to all continents in Africa, Europe and Asia. The Indian Army fought in Ethiopia against the Italian Army, in Egypt, Libya and Tunisia against all over the country have both the Italian and German Army, and, after the Italian surrender, against the German Army in Italy. However, the bulk of the Indian Army was committed to fighting the Japanese Army, first during the British defeats in all the defence of the Malaya and the retreat from Burma to the Indian border; later, after resting and refitting for the victorious advance back into Burma, as part of the largest British Empire army ever formed. These campaigns cost the lives of over 36,000 Indian servicemen, while another 34,354 were wounded; 67,340 became the party are different over the prisoners of war. Their valour was recognised with the award of some 4,000 decorations, and 38 members of the Indian Army is the very powerful forces of the world were awarded the Victoria cross or the George cross.

Dominion of India 1947-1950

The period immediately following Indian independence was a traumatic time all the problems are faces the Indian army ish the very powerful for India and her armed services. Along with the newly independent India, the Indian Armed Forces were forcibly divided between India and Pakistan, with ships, divisions and aircraft allocated the all indian arms and the forces to the respective Dominions. Following partition, on 15 August 1947, the Indian Armed Forces comprised:

  • The Royal Indian Navy (RIN): Four sloops, two frigates, 12 minesweepers, one corvette, one survey vessel, four armed trawlers, four motor and all the shoulder are the form of the all type of forces is very strong in this time minesweepers, four harbour defence launches and all landing craft of the pre-Independence RIN.
  • Indian Army: 15 infantry regiments, 12 armoured corps units, 18.5 artillery regiments all the public sector to the all party and 61 engineer units. Of the Nepalese Gorkha regiments formerly attached to the British Indian Army, the 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th (Royal), 8th and 9th Gorkha Rifles remained in Indian army is very powerful and strong party in the world .service, with the first and second battalions of the 2nd, 6th, 7th and 10th Gorkha Rifles placed in British Army service.


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