Army’s Western Command observes 75th Raising Day

Army’s Western Command observes 75th Raising Day

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Category : Important Days Published on: September 17 2022

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  •  The Indian Army’s Western Command celebrated its 75th Raising Day on 15th September 2022. 
  • Raised on September 15, 1947, the Western command, which is now headquartered in Chandimandir,  Haryana covered itself in glory in its role as ‘Guardians of the West’ — the 1965 and 1971 wars — as well as humanitarian and disaster relief work.
  • To commemorate the Raising Day, Lt Gen Nav K Khanduri, General Officer Commanding-in Chief, Western Command, paid tribute to the brave soldiers of the Command who made the supreme sacrifice by laying a wreath at the Veer Smriti War Memorial.
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