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Navy meet to focus on Ukraine crisis and tri-service synergy

  • The three services are expected to submit comprehensive reports on theaterisation and join structures soon.
Guwahati, Apr 23 (ANI): Defence Minister Rajnath Singh addresses the 'Felicitation Ceremony' of 1971 War Veterans at Srimamta Sankardeva Kalakhetra, in Guwahati on Saturday. (ANI Photo) (Rupjyoti Sarmah)
Guwahati, Apr 23 (ANI): Defence Minister Rajnath Singh addresses the 'Felicitation Ceremony' of 1971 War Veterans at Srimamta Sankardeva Kalakhetra, in Guwahati on Saturday. (ANI Photo) (Rupjyoti Sarmah)
Updated on Apr 25, 2022 01:28 AM IST
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IAF, Navy tie up with DRDO to acquire CHAFF to shield warships, fighter aircraft

CHAFF is a critical defence technology used to protect fighter aircrafts or naval ships from enemy radar-guided missile during war. The significance of this technology lies in the fact that very less quantity of CHAFF material deployed in the air acts as a decoy to deflect enemy's missiles to ensure safety of the fighter aircraft or naval ships.
IAF's SU 30 MKI using decoy flares to ward off heat-seeking air-to-air missiles.
IAF's SU 30 MKI using decoy flares to ward off heat-seeking air-to-air missiles.
Published on Apr 21, 2022 05:50 PM IST
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Indian Navy studying the sinking of Russian cruiser Moskva

  • Even though the DRDO has developed the CHAFF system to tackle incoming anti-ship missiles, the sinking of Moskva by Ukrainian cruise missile poses questions on survivability of large warships.
Image of sinking Russian flagship Moskva circulated in social media.
Image of sinking Russian flagship Moskva circulated in social media.
Published on Apr 21, 2022 09:44 AM IST
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By, Hindustan Times, New Delhi

Sixth submarine of Kalvari-class launched; enters service in 2 yrs

Kalvari-class diesel-electric attack submarines have been constructed with technology transfer from French firm Naval Group under a 23,562-crore programme called Project 75, and four of them have already been commissioned into the navy. A fifth submarine, Vagir, is currently undergoing sea trials.
Vagsheer was built in India with French help. (Indian Navy)
Vagsheer was built in India with French help. (Indian Navy)
Updated on Apr 21, 2022 02:04 AM IST
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INS Vagsheer, last of six submarines under Project 75, launched | 6 key points

Four submarines of the ongoing Project-75 Scorpene programme are already commissioned into the Navy.
INS Vagsheer, the 6th and final Scorpene-class submarine under Project-75, during its launch at the Mazagon Dock in Mumbai Wednesday. (REUTERS PHOTO)(HT_PRINT)
INS Vagsheer, the 6th and final Scorpene-class submarine under Project-75, during its launch at the Mazagon Dock in Mumbai Wednesday. (REUTERS PHOTO)(HT_PRINT)
Updated on Apr 20, 2022 04:24 PM IST
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