INS Viraat May Be Sunk And Turned Into Divers' Spot: Navy Chief Sunil Lanba To NDTV
Indian Navy's oldest warship INS Viraat retired today after nearly six decades in service. Amid various proposals for the ship's future after retirement is to sink it and convert it into a major tourist attraction for divers, Navy Chief Sunil Lanba told NDTV on Monday.
INS Viraat - 'Mother' Air Craft Carrier Of Indian Navy
INS Viraat is an air craft carrier ship of the Indian Navy and at present operates as the sole air craft carrier vessel for the country. The naval ship was acquired from the British navy in the year 1986, and it began its operational duty in the year 1987.
One of the nicest carrier and Harrier pictures I have come across. The picture is out of India and I THINK that it is is the public domain. If I am in error please advise and I will either delete or credit.
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Colección de infografías de los submarinos de la clase Scorpene.
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Specialities of Indian Defence Officer
It’s the dream of every youth to have that uniform on the body, those shining stars/ rings or strips on the shoulder, those awards and medals on the
Modi In Israel: Need For More Equitable Defence Collaboration
It was not too long ago when Israeli diplomats considered India a hardship posting. Those souls braving the pokey confines of the Israeli Consulate on Peddar Road in Mumbai, protected 24×7 by a con…