Honoring Heritage: Mechanised Infantry Centre Celebrates 45 Years of Excellence

Celebrating Milestones and Continuing Legacy, Mechanised Infantry Centre Honors Raising Day

The Mechanised Infantry commemorated its 45th Raising Day with traditional fervor and pride, marking yet another year of dedicated service and commitment. The celebration, held at the Mechanised Infantry Centre and School in Ahmednagar, included the solemn ritual of wreath-laying at the Bravehearts’ war memorial, symbolizing respect and remembrance for the fallen. Brig Russel D’souza, Commandant of the Mechanised Infantry Centre & School, led the wreath-laying ceremony, paying homage to the gallant soldiers.

Established on April 2, 1979, as the Mechanised Infantry Regimental Centre (MIRC) and later re-designated as MIC&S on September 17, 2021, the Centre stands as the cornerstone of technical and tactical expertise in Infantry Combat Vehicles and Mechanised Infantry operations. It serves as the training hub for all ranks of the Mechanised Infantry arm, while also imparting technical training to soldiers from various arms equipped with Infantry Combat Vehicles. Furthermore, MIC&S conducts specialized courses for officers, Junior Commissioned Officers, and Non-Commissioned Officers from all branches, including those from friendly foreign countries.

In his congratulatory address, Brig D’souza extended his warm wishes to all ranks, families, and veterans associated with the Mechanised Infantry, acknowledging their unwavering dedication and invaluable contributions. He urged everyone to uphold their commitment to nation-building and to continue striving for excellence in service to the Indian Army.

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