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An official from BAE Systems said the first two guns will land in India ahead of the schedule over the weekend.
India has struck a government-to-government deal for 145 howitzers with the US at a cost of around $700 million.
According to the deal, the first 25 guns will be bought directly from the US and the rest will be assembled in India.
"We continue to support the US government in integrating its weapon systems with the Indian Army's artillery modernisation programme," the official said.