Bad news spread in the Gallevan Valley, a large number of Indian tanks were destroyed by the flood, and our country lost its training value

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The picture shows the Indian army tank

early The T-72 and T-90 main battle tanks were transported by the Indian Air Force C-17, IL-76 transport aircraft and rail transportation to Leh. Currently, some of them have been deployed in the Galle Valley valley, of which T-90 main battle tanks have been deployed. When it was over, the”India Times” claimed that this was India’s”preparation for the worst.”

So, what about the situation of these tanks when the T-90 is deployed in the Calvin Valley? What strategic deployment has the Indian Army made to it, and what is its true combat effectiveness?

The picture shows the T-90 tank

Some analysts pointed out that first Have you got a plateau shooting watch? To complete this process, a large number of plateau experiments are required, but T-90 has never been on the plateau before. If there is no plateau shooting table, it is blind and unable to accurately locate. Secondly, has the problem of engine cooling been solved? In fact, in the two tank military competitions in 2017, the two T-90s carefully selected by the Indian military players were forced to withdraw from the race because of engine heat problems. And now to the plateau, insufficient air supply will cause the engine’s heat dissipation performance to be even worse, and the heat load will increase, the possibility of”squatting” will definitely increase!

Honestly, this is not a priority. India must first pray to God for blessings. According to foreign media reports, bad news came out of the Gallevan Valley. Recent heavy rains caused flash floods, and rising water levels made Indian soldiers in the valley victims of floods. Soldiers are easy to evacuate, but some heavy weapons, such as tanks, cannot move quickly. Finally, as stated in the news, a large number of Indian T-90 tanks were first destroyed by the flood.

Reported that India lost at least 18 modern Russian T-90 main battle tanks, and even reported that India lost up to 32 T-90 tanks. In fact, the Indian army must be soberly aware that in the beginning of the conflict, India suffered heavy human losses, three Indian troops were killed on the spot, and 17 fell on the cliff during the escape and were injured or drowned or frozen to death. Follow-up found some casualties. So far, the two sides have not fired, and it is even less likely that anti-tank missiles have been launched. The Indian tanks have suffered such heavy losses. It is time to reflect on who has passed it?

The picture shows the Indian army deploying troops to the northern border

Advice to India Army, causing such heavy losses is completely caused by the loose discipline of the Indian army and misjudgment of the international situation. After such an unfortunate incident, the Indians continue to make mistakes!

This time, the biggest weakness of the Russian T-90 main battle tank was fully magnified by the Indian army. The T-90 tank was soaked in rainwater, the electronic components were seriously damaged, and the tank became scrap iron. Combat, even the transfer has become a big problem. The waterproof design of tank electronic equipment produced in Russia has always been a problem. In the past, in some tank competitions organized by Russia, the tank would fail when it was wetted by water when passing through the ditch. This time the T-90 is closest to the actual combat situation. Xia also encountered the same dilemma.

The picture shows the Indian army

Analysis pointed out that although there are some Russian tanks Obvious weakness, but the biggest problem is the brainless deployment of the Indian army. According to historical experience, the Galevan Valley should have had a lot of rainfall during this season, the water level of the valley will rise, and flash floods may occur. It is impossible for the Indian army to have no knowledge of the hydrological situation in this area, but after the conflict, the Indian army is still desperate to increase troops to the border, even the basic geographical conditions and other factors. Can such troops really fight? It seems that they are the same as in 1962:just to provoke, regardless of the consequences, run away in case of trouble.

An analysis also believes that this also reflects that the Indian army was overwhelmed after the initial border conflict was defeated, only knowing to pile up the”human sea tactics” at the border, there is no strategy at all. The Indian army now has no tactical literacy. Even if there is a military conflict, the Chinese army has lost the value of training. (Sanshou)