The National War Memorial Southern Command is a war memorial in Pune Cantonment, India, dedicated to post-Independence war martyrs. This is the best battle memorial in South Asia which has been erected with the aid of residents' contributions. The memorial became unveiled and devoted to the kingdom on 15 August 1998. A MIG-23BN, used inside the Kargil War, is on display at the memorial. A duplicate of the now decommissioned frigate INS Trishul, which served within the Liberation of Goa and the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, is also on show.
Recently, the Pune Cantonment Board sanctioned a sum of 32,00,000 $47,550 for protection of the memorial. The work protected laying a brand new lawn, landscaping and laying pathways for site visitors. The cantonment homes many military establishments. It is also acknowledged for its many purchasing places like MG Road and East Street. The headquarters of Indian Army's Southern Command is placed in Pune Cantonment. The National War Memorial Southern Command which commemorates the sacrifice of infantrymen of the Indian Armed Forces is also situated in the cantonment.