Defence Expo 2012. Indian Ordnance Factory Board

Visit to OFB pavilion was a pleasant surprise. I met some representatives who were really helpful and patient with explaining how their stuff worked. I got some nice explanations about working of different types of tank ammunitions and their respective roles. Much better than someone like me with no credentials could expect from a PSU.

OFB's small arms ammunition

OFB's small arms ammunition

 

Starting from 2nd, ( 1st is unidentified) Illuminating FFV 545, HE 441B and TPT 65 for Carl Gustaf manufactured by OFB

Starting from 2nd, ( 1st is unidentified) Illuminating FFV 545, HE 441B and TPT 65 for Carl Gustaf manufactured by OFB

 

OFB manufactured 40mm ammunition for Bofors L-70 gun

OFB manufactured 40mm ammunition for Bofors L-70 gun

 

OFB Ammunition for mortars ad 20mm gun

OFB Ammunition for mortars and 20mm gun

30mm and 40mm Medium calibre ammunition

30mm and 40mm Medium calibre ammunition

 

Aircraft dropped dumb bombs

Aircraft dropped dumb bombs

 

Passive night sight for Carl Gustaf

Passive night sight for Carl Gustaf

OFB's 155mm ammunition

OFB's 155mm ammunition

 

Pinaka rocket with its fins unfolded alongside its launcher

Pinaka rocket with its fins unfolded alongside its launcher

 

OFB's 7.62mm Machine Guns ad rifle

OFB's 7.62mm Machine Guns and rifle

 

Stabilised Remote Controlled Weapon Station

Stabilised Remote Controlled Weapon Station

 

OFB 7.62mm Machine gun

OFB 7.62mm Machine gun

 

Light Armoured Multipurpose vehicle, Yuktirath

Light Armoured Multipurpose vehicle, Yuktirath

 

Light Armoured Multipurpose vehicle, Yuktirath

Light Armoured Multipurpose vehicle, Yuktirath

 

Light Armoured Multipurpose vehicle, Yuktirath

Light Armoured Multipurpose vehicle, Yuktirath

 

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