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SP's Naval Forces - August-September 2016

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    Lead Story
    Project 15B – Multi-Mission Destroyers on the Roll
    By Rear Admiral Sushil Ramsay (Retd)

    If the professed construction and fitting out schedules of Project 15B are adhered to, it will be vying with the most exacting and efficient warship building standards practised by the leading US and European shipbuilders

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    Naval Misiles
    Galloping Barak-8
    By Rear Admiral Sushil Ramsay (Retd)

    The development of naval variant of Barak-8 missile systems is progressing most satisfactorily with a series of successful onboard test firing

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    Anti-Submarine Warfare
    India's Anti-Submarine Warfare Capability on the Brink
    By Lt General Naresh Chand (Retd)

    At present the force level of submarines with the Indian Navy is just 13 which includes nine of Sindhughosh class and four of Shishumar class

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    Foreign Relations
    Indo-Russian Strategic Partnership–No Reset Required
    By Lt General P.C. Katoch (Retd)

    Russia is an old and reliable all-weather friend of India, and the only country that provided nuclear submarines to India

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    Ship Visits
    Western Fleet Ships on Flag Showing Mission

    In a demonstration of India’s commitment to its ties with South Africa and to the maritime security in the Indian Ocean region, Indian Naval ships Kolkata...

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    Railgun – Weapon of the Future
    By Lt General Naresh Chand (Retd)

    The Railgun made its public debut during the Navy’s Future Force Science and Technology Expo held at the Washington Convention Center in February 2015.

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    Up Periscope-Down Periscope Submarine's Eye at Sea
    By Lt General Naresh Chand (Retd)

    The periscope is the eye of the submarine and is meant to keep a watch on the surface without it being detected by surface craft or from the air.