Experience the fun moments at Defense Expo 2020 in Lucknow
The mega-exhibition that will be held in Lucknow on Wednesday will not only be a magnificent display of weapons and ammunition and the latest technology in defense systems, there are also many fun things planned for the city people to experience at the event.
TANKS: The Army has parked several tanks in place so that people can closely observe the powerful vehicle and also see the machine from the inside (BCCL/Farhan Ahmad Siddiqui)
SAILBOATS FOR SELFIES: Sailboats used by the Indian navy have been put in place for people to click on the photos and have their own Titanic moments. Water scooters will also be parked in the exhibition area (BCCL/Farhan Ahmad Siddiqui)
POST LIKE A SOLDIER: the army has made bunkers like the ones they have in the front areas so that people click on selfies and see how soldiers handle the borders 24x7 (BCCL/Farhan Ahmad Siddiqui)
While the Vrindavan Yojna area is where all the exhibits will be exhibited, apart from several planned activities, the fun area of the Defense Expo is located on the Gomti River, near Nishatganj. This is where most of the fun will be for Lucknowites, says a defense officer.
OBSTACLE COURSE: An obstacle course was conducted for visitors to verify their physical resistance in the same way as a soldier does during training, although officials say this is the much easier version of the original (BCCL/Farhan Ahmad Siddiqui)
AN EXHIBITION OF DOGS WITH DIFFERENCE: a force to consider, Army dogs and the Army Veterinary Corps will also show their skills at the expo (BCCL)
PERSONALIZED MEMENTS: Pens, caps and other merchandise will be available at the three forces' posts: Army, Navy and Air Force for people to buy. The three forces will also place recruiting positions in place (BCCL)
A RANGE OF VIRTUAL SHOT: people can verify their abilities to fire various Army weapons with laser guns and simulator (BCCL)
“There will also be band performances twice a day by the Army, Navy and Air Force personnel, followed by martial arts performances including the Gatka by the Sikh regiment and the Khukri dance by Gurkha and Kumaon regiments, the official adds.
And that's not all, there is much more happening in the place when it will be open for the public to see from February 7 to 8.
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