41 Armoured Regiment (India)

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The 41 Armoured Regiment, part of the Armoured Corps of the Indian Army, was raised at Ahmednagar on July 1, 1980, under then Lieut-Col J.P. Singh. The regiment was declared fit for war service in February 1981.[1]

The regiment celebrated its silver jubilee in 2006.[2] To commemorate the special day, a "Sainik Sammelan" (soldier's gathering), was organised. The founder of the Regiment, Brigadier J.P. Singh, also graced the occasion. A number of ex-servicemen participated in the celebrations.

References[edit]

  1. ^ " Bharat-Rakshak,"
  2. ^ " Silver jubilee of 41 Armoured Regiment ," Rashmi Talwar, The Tribune - Amritsar Plus,