INS Satpura showcases her prowess during ‘Exercise Kakadu’ in Australia

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The ship is a frontline unit of the Jap Fleet of the Navy, based mostly at Visakhapatnam, and is at the moment on one of many longest deployments by the Indian Navy within the seventy fifth 12 months of India’s Independence, officers stated. 

The ship is a frontline unit of the Jap Fleet of the Navy, based mostly at Visakhapatnam, and is at the moment on one of many longest deployments by the Indian Navy within the seventy fifth 12 months of India’s Independence, officers stated. 

India’s indigenously designed and constructed naval ship INS Satpura has showcased her prowess throughout the ongoing multinational Train Kakadu-2022, hosted by the Royal Australian Navy.

INS Satpura and P-8I Maritime Patrol Plane had reached Darwin in Australia on September 12 to participate within the train, the Defence Ministry right here had earlier stated. 

“The ship participated in varied anti-submarine warfare workouts, anti-ship warfare workouts, manoeuvres and has additionally showcased her exact goal destruction functionality throughout gun firing workouts,” a Navy official stated on Sunday. 

The participation in Train Kakadu-2022 is aimed toward “enhancing mutual understanding and interoperability at sea amongst navies of pleasant overseas international locations,” the Indian Navy stated. 

INS Satpura is an indigenously designed and constructed 6000-tonne guided-missile stealth frigate.

The ship is a frontline unit of the Jap Fleet of the Navy, based mostly at Visakhapatnam, and is at the moment on one of many longest deployments by the Indian Navy within the seventy fifth 12 months of India’s Independence, officers stated. 

“The 2 week-long train, each in harbour and sea, entails ships and maritime plane from 14 navies. Throughout the harbour section of the train, the ship’s crew will have interaction in operational planning interactions and sports activities actions with collaborating navies,” the ministry had stated in a press release on September 13.

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