INS Visakhapatnam will be included in the Indian Navy's war fleet, know what is its strength
INS Visakhapatnam is equipped with surface-to-surface and surface-to-air missiles and lethal weapons and sensors. INS Visakhapatnam has been constructed using indigenous steel DMR 249A.
Indigenous warship INS Visakhapatnam will join the Indian Navy today. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh will hand over the warship to the Indian Navy at a ceremony held at the Mumbai Dockyard. INS Visakhapatnam is equipped with missiles and anti-submarine rockets.
Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and top naval commanders will attend the ceremony at the Western Naval Command. INS Visakhapatnam is equipped with surface-to-surface and surface-to-air missiles and lethal weapons and sensors. INS Visakhapatnam has been constructed using indigenous steel DMR 249A. It has an overall length of 163 meters and is one of the largest destroyers built in India.
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India’s first indigenous P15 Bravo destroyer ‘Visakhapatnam’ ready for commissioning.
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Officials said this is the first destroyer of the Rs 35,000-crore Project 15B. A total of four warships are being built under this project. INS Visakhapatnam is one of the most powerful warships built in India. It is built by Mazagon Dockyard Limited. It is a Guided Missile Destroyer.
Let us tell you that it has been prepared with 75 percent indigenous equipment under the self-reliant India campaign. At the same time, on November 28, Vela, the fourth submarine of the Kalvari class, will also be inducted into the Navy. During this, Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh will be the chief guest.