Navy found the missing MiG-29 aircraft debris off the coast of Goa in the Arabian Sea


The Indian Navy has found some debris of the missing MiG-29 aircraft on the Goa coast of the Arabian Sea three days ago. Navy spokesman Commander Vivek Madhawal said on Sunday that the search for the missing pilot commander Nishant Singh and the ship is on.

Nine warships and 14 aircraft of the Navy are engaged in search operations. Apart from these, fast interceptor ships of the Navy are also searching for the missing ship. The MiG-29s crashed at around 5 pm on 26 November after taking off from INS Vikramaditya.

One pilot was then rescued while they search for another pilot is on. In the Arabian Sea, the Navy team has received the aircraft's gear box, turbocharger, a fuel tank engine, and wing engine. The Navy has ordered a high-level investigation into the incident. This was the third accident of the MiG-29 aircraft in the past year.