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16/01/2022
50 Glorious Years: Killers

The Killer Squadron of missile vessels completed 50 years of distinguished service to the nation. From the audacious naval operations, Trident and Python in the #1971War, to the pivotal role they play in pursuing #maritimeoperations in contemporary times, the Killers have evolved in capabilities, technology, and role-relevance. What remains enduring in them is the killer instinct that not only continues to define their identity and raison d’être, but also their focus on winning every battle at sea decisively. Here’s an ode to the killers!
#HarKaamDeshKeNaam

An oxygen generation plant was inaugurated at INHS Jeevanti on 14 January 2022 by Surgeon Captain Dev Kamal Kagti, the C...
16/01/2022

An oxygen generation plant was inaugurated at INHS Jeevanti on 14 January 2022 by Surgeon Captain Dev Kamal Kagti, the Commanding Officer, in presence of Rear Admiral Philipose G Pynumootil, Flag Officer Commanding Goa Area. The plant, based on ‘Pressure Swing Adsorption’ technology and is capable of generating 200 litres of medical oxygen per minute. The facility will augment the critical care capability of the hospital, with oxygen ports now being made available in all wards in addition to the ICU and Operation Theatre. A medical gas pipeline system integrated with a gaseous oxygen manifold and a 6,000-litre liquid oxygen tank, for ensuring continuous and uninterrupted oxygen supply, was also inaugurated on the occasion. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam #COVID

Band Performance at Gateway of India#SundaySynergy #Symphony #NavyLife #Music
16/01/2022

Band Performance at Gateway of India

#SundaySynergy #Symphony #NavyLife #Music

Band Performance at Gateway of India

#SundaySynergy #Symphony #NavyLife #Music

Inter Divisional Quiz competition for trainees of Batch 02/2021 was conducted at INS Chilka on 14 January 2022 with the ...
15/01/2022

Inter Divisional Quiz competition for trainees of Batch 02/2021 was conducted at INS Chilka on 14 January 2022 with the aim of inculcating inquisitiveness and quick thinking. 10 teams comprising two trainees from each division participated in the competition. The quiz was divided into 06 rounds, which led to an interesting competition between the divisions. The winner of the competition was Abhimanyu Division while Azad Division was adjudged the runners-up. The event was conducted following all #COVID protocols. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam

Rear Admiral KP Arvindan, VSM took over charge as Admiral Superintendent of Naval Dockyard, Mumbai from Rear Admiral B S...
15/01/2022

Rear Admiral KP Arvindan, VSM took over charge as Admiral Superintendent of Naval Dockyard, Mumbai from Rear Admiral B Sivakumar, VSM on 14 January 2022. Rear Admiral KP Arvindan, an alumnus of Naval College of Engineering, INS Shivaji, Lonavla, is from the first batch of the Naval Engineering Course and was commissioned into the #IndianNavy in November 1987. He holds a B-Tech degree in Marine Engineering and a M-Tech degree in Industrial Engineering from NITIE, Mumbai. In a career spanning over 34 years of service, he served in various capacities, including at command headquarters, training establishments, the marine gas turbine overhaul centre, INS Eksila, and Naval Dockyard, Mumbai. He has served onboard a Petya class patrol vessel, the missile corvette Kirpan and guided missile destroyers Rajput and Ranjit. His recent appointments include Commanding Officer INS Shivaji, and Commodore (Fleet Maintenance), an assignment he handled for a period of four years, handling issues related to maintenance and repair support for the #aircraftcarrier, Vikramaditya, and the submarine fleet of the Indian Navy. On promotion to the flag rank, he was appointed as Admiral Superintendent, Naval Ship Repair Yard, Karwar. A recipient of the Vishisht Seva Medal, Rear Admiral KP Arvindan was serving as Chief Staff Officer (Technical) at Headquarters, Western Naval Command, prior to taking over the present assignment. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam

Honing Sailing Skills #SportingSaturday #FitIndia #HealthyIndia #Navy4Life
15/01/2022

Honing Sailing Skills

#SportingSaturday #FitIndia #HealthyIndia #Navy4Life

Honing Sailing Skills

#SportingSaturday #FitIndia #HealthyIndia #Navy4Life

#IndianNavy wishes #IndianArmy on the occasion of #ArmyDayADGPI - Indian Army
15/01/2022

#IndianNavy wishes #IndianArmy on the occasion of #ArmyDay
ADGPI - Indian Army

#IndianNavy wishes #IndianArmy on the occasion of #ArmyDay
ADGPI - Indian Army

Small Arms Firing #FiringFriday #NavyReadiness #NavyStrong #CombatNavy
14/01/2022

Small Arms Firing

#FiringFriday #NavyReadiness #NavyStrong #CombatNavy

Small Arms Firing

#FiringFriday #NavyReadiness #NavyStrong #CombatNavy

The #IndianNavy salutes our Veterans for their glorious service to the nation. Veterans Day is commemorated on 14 Januar...
14/01/2022

The #IndianNavy salutes our Veterans for their glorious service to the nation. Veterans Day is commemorated on 14 January to acknowledge the selfless devotion and sacrifice by Veterans of all the ‘Three Services’. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam #VeteransDay #IndianArmedForces #IndianArmy #IndianAirForce

The #IndianNavy salutes our Veterans for their glorious service to the nation. Veterans Day is commemorated on 14 January to acknowledge the selfless devotion and sacrifice by Veterans of all the ‘Three Services’. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam #VeteransDay #IndianArmedForces #IndianArmy #IndianAirForce

INS Shivalik and Kadmatt undertook Maritime Partnership Exercise with Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force #JMSDF Ships Ura...
13/01/2022

INS Shivalik and Kadmatt undertook Maritime Partnership Exercise with Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force #JMSDF Ships Uraga and Hirado in the Bay of Bengal on 13 January 2022. Both JMSDF ships are part of Minesweeper Division One and are on deployment to #IOR with Captain Noguchi Yasushi, Commander Minesweeper Division One embarked onboard JS Uraga. The exercise was aimed at strengthening #bilateralrelations, promoting #defencecooperation, enhancing mutual understanding and inter-operability between the two navies and sharing best practices. The Exercise included a wide range of #maritimeoperations including Flying Operations, Replenishment Approaches and Tactical Manoeuvres. The entire exercise was planned and conducted in a non-contact mode, thereby adhering to #COVID safety norms. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam #BridgesofFriendship #IndianNavy

Russian Naval Missile Cruiser Varyag, Destroyer Admiral Tribuz and Tanker Boris Butoma are on a two-day visit to Kochi. ...
13/01/2022

Russian Naval Missile Cruiser Varyag, Destroyer Admiral Tribuz and Tanker Boris Butoma are on a two-day visit to Kochi. The ships arrived at Cochin Port Trust on 13 January 2022 and were received by Senior Naval Authorities in the background of fanfare by the Naval band. Captain 1st Rank Anatoly Velichko, Commander of the detachment, who is also the Chief of Staff of the division of ships, Russian Pacific Fleet, Captain 2nd Rank Roman Glushakov, Commanding Officer RuFNS Varyag and Captain 2'd Rank Igor Tolbatov, Commanding Officer RuFNS Admiral Tribuz called on Chief of Staff, #SNC, Rear Admiral Antony George. Bilateral relations between India and Russia are characterized by time-tested bonds of friendship based on cooperation and interactions in the fields of culture, trade and economy, science and technology, and most importantly defence. The Indian Navy and Russian Navy have forged enduring linkages with each other, beyond commonality of weapon systems and equipment, overcoming barriers of distance and language. The two Navies engage with each other annually through the INDRA NAVY series of maritime exercise in addition to reciprocal visits by training teams, high level delegations and ships. The current visit seeks to enhance maritime cooperation between the Russian Navy and #IndianNavy. The visit would also bolster the strong bonds of friendship between India and Russia and contribute to security and stability in this vital part of the world. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam #BridgesofFriendship

Aircraft being Marshalled at an Air Station #TypicalThursday #NavyAviation #NavyStrong #NationalService
13/01/2022

Aircraft being Marshalled at an Air Station

#TypicalThursday #NavyAviation #NavyStrong #NationalService

Aircraft being Marshalled at an Air Station

#TypicalThursday #NavyAviation #NavyStrong #NationalService

Vice Admiral M A Hampiholi #FOCINC #SNC visited Lakshadweep and Minicoy Islands from 10 to 12 January 2022. The #CINC wa...
12/01/2022

Vice Admiral M A Hampiholi #FOCINC #SNC visited Lakshadweep and Minicoy Islands from 10 to 12 January 2022. The #CINC was received at Kavaratti with a Guard of Honour presented by the Indian Reserve Battalion #IRBn. As part of the visit, the Flag Officer visited Naval stations at Agatti, Kavaratti, Bitra, Androth, and Minicoy Islands. During the visit he was briefed on the progress of various infrastructure development work, berthing facilities, upcoming naval projects, and the security apparatus of Naval units. At Minicoy, the Green Field Site building of Naval Communication Project was inaugurated by Shri B G Ibrahim (a war veteran who participated in 1965 and 1971 wars) in presence of the CINC. This was the CINC’s first visit to Lakshadweep and Minicoy Islands after taking over the helm of #SNC. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam

Inter Divisional 'Jal Taran' for trainees of Batch 02/2021 was conducted at INS Chilka on 11 January 2022 with the aim t...
12/01/2022

Inter Divisional 'Jal Taran' for trainees of Batch 02/2021 was conducted at INS Chilka on 11 January 2022 with the aim to encourage participation in aquatic sports, foster team spirit and create a healthy competition amongst the trainees. 10 teams with a total number of 1,000 trainees competed in the Jal Taran. An open 50 metre freestyle swimming race for trainees was also conducted concurrently. Azad Division won the Inter Divisional Jal Taran trophy, while Shivaji Division was adjudged runner’s up. In the individual 50 metres freestyle race, MD Rais, MR (STD) from Angre division and V Vishnu Hari, SSR from Shivaji division stood first and second respectively. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam #FitIndia

#KnowYourNavy Engine Room Artificers (ERAs) are highly skilled and technically competent sailors who operate and maintai...
12/01/2022

#KnowYourNavy Engine Room Artificers (ERAs) are highly skilled and technically competent sailors who operate and maintain all engineering equipment viz. propulsion plants, power generation, auxiliaries and associated control mechanisms. These sailor possess thorough knowledge of ship repairs, construction, layout of compartments, stability features of the ship etc.
The details on qualification/ eligibility criteria to join #IndianNavy as a sailor are available on www.joinindiannavv.gov.in #HarKaamDeshKeNaam

#KnowYourNavy Engine Room Artificers (ERAs) are highly skilled and technically competent sailors who operate and maintain all engineering equipment viz. propulsion plants, power generation, auxiliaries and associated control mechanisms. These sailor possess thorough knowledge of ship repairs, construction, layout of compartments, stability features of the ship etc.
The details on qualification/ eligibility criteria to join #IndianNavy as a sailor are available on www.joinindiannavv.gov.in #HarKaamDeshKeNaam

Men at Work – Routine Maintenance      #WorkingWednesday #Focussed #NavyReadiness #NavyLife
12/01/2022

Men at Work – Routine Maintenance

#WorkingWednesday #Focussed #NavyReadiness #NavyLife

Men at Work – Routine Maintenance

#WorkingWednesday #Focussed #NavyReadiness #NavyLife

As a part of #AzadiKaAmritMahotsav, blood donation camp was organised at INHS Sanjivani on 08 January 2022 in collaborat...
11/01/2022

As a part of #AzadiKaAmritMahotsav, blood donation camp was organised at INHS Sanjivani on 08 January 2022 in collaboration with Indian Medical Association Blood Bank, Kochi. The camp was inaugurated by Rear Admiral Rajesh Dhankhar, #FOST, #SNC. The Camp was a resounding success with an enthusiastic response from the Naval and civilian personnel of SNC wherein 101 units of blood were collected. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam

As a part of #AzadiKaAmritMahotsav, blood donation camp was organised at INHS Sanjivani on 08 January 2022 in collaboration with Indian Medical Association Blood Bank, Kochi. The camp was inaugurated by Rear Admiral Rajesh Dhankhar, #FOST, #SNC. The Camp was a resounding success with an enthusiastic response from the Naval and civilian personnel of SNC wherein 101 units of blood were collected. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam

Prisoner Handling Training#TrainingTuesday #MilitaryLife #Training #Navy #JoinNavy
11/01/2022

Prisoner Handling Training

#TrainingTuesday #MilitaryLife #Training #Navy #JoinNavy

Prisoner Handling Training

#TrainingTuesday #MilitaryLife #Training #Navy #JoinNavy

#HADRbyIndianNavy In May and June 2020, INS Jalashwa, Shardul, Airavat and Magar traversed 23,175 km over 58 days as par...
10/01/2022

#HADRbyIndianNavy In May and June 2020, INS Jalashwa, Shardul, Airavat and Magar traversed 23,175 km over 58 days as part of the largest repatriation mission in the world undertaken by the Government of India #GoI - ‘Vande Bharat Mission’, wherein the ships evacuated 3,992 Indian citizens from #Maldives, #SriLanka and #Iran. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam

The final inter-divisional cross-country for SSR trainees of batch 02/2021 was conducted at INS Chilka on 08 January 202...
10/01/2022

The final inter-divisional cross-country for SSR trainees of batch 02/2021 was conducted at INS Chilka on 08 January 2022. A total of 2,632 trainees participated in the 08 km run, challenging their physical and mental endurance. Shivaji Division won the inter-divisional cross country while Marakkar Division was adjudged Runners-Up. In the individual category the First Position was bagged by Anuj NVK GD from Marakkar division, and the second position by Pushpendra Kumar NVK GD from Shivaji Division. Commodore NP Pradeep, Commanding Officer, INS Chilka presented medals/ trophies to the winners. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam

Mig 29K Taking Off from an Aircraft Carrier  #MissionMonday #NavalAviation #NavyReadiness #NavyPride
10/01/2022

Mig 29K Taking Off from an Aircraft Carrier

#MissionMonday #NavalAviation #NavyReadiness #NavyPride

Mig 29K Taking Off from an Aircraft Carrier

#MissionMonday #NavalAviation #NavyReadiness #NavyPride

After two successive high-profile visits – the President and Vice President of India – within a span of less than two we...
09/01/2022

After two successive high-profile visits – the President and Vice President of India – within a span of less than two weeks, #IAC Vikrant is heading out for the next set of sea trials. Both dignitaries, having reviewed the progress had conveyed their satisfaction and expressed their best wishes to all the stakeholders involved in project. While the maiden sea trials in August last year were to establish propulsion, navigational suite, and basic operations, the second sea trial later in October-November witnessed the ship being put through its paces in terms of various machinery trials and flight trials. The ship was out for 10 days proving its sustenance in the very second sortie. Various seamanship evolutions were also successfully cleared during the second sortie. Having gained adequate confidence in the ship’s abilities, the IAC now sails to undertake complex manoeuvres to establish specific readings of how the ship performs in various conditions. Scientists from the Naval Science and Technological Laboratory, a #DRDO laboratory based at Visakhapatnam would also be embarked during the trials. In addition, various sensor suites of the ship would also be tested. The IAC has been a success story on numerous counts. Be it the case of #Aatmanirbharta wherein 76% of the equipment is indigenously sourced or the close engagement between the Design teams of the #IndianNavy and M/s #CSL - a high-point in the largest and most complex warship ever to be built in the country. That the ship has been able to carry out basic flying operations from its very first sortie itself is a landmark in Indian warship construction history. Despite surging #COVID cases in the country and the resultant challenges, the combined teams from multiple organisations associated with the project, are upbeat and committed to meet the timeliness. On successful completion of a series of progressive sea trials, the ship is scheduled to be commissioned as INS Vikrant later this year, as the nation commemorates #AzadikaAmritMahotsav. The ship would operate a mix of MiG-29K fighter aircraft and various helicopters, ranging from the Kamov 31 Air Early Warning #AEW helicopter, the soon to be inducted MH-60R multi-role helicopter and the indigenously developed #ALH Mk III. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam

Sunrise at Sea#SundaySynergy #NationalService #NavyPride #NavyReadiness
09/01/2022

Sunrise at Sea

#SundaySynergy #NationalService #NavyPride #NavyReadiness

Sunrise at Sea

#SundaySynergy #NationalService #NavyPride #NavyReadiness

Inter-Divisional Whaler Boat Pulling Regatta for the trainees of 02/2021 batch was conducted at INS Chilka on 03 and 07 ...
08/01/2022

Inter-Divisional Whaler Boat Pulling Regatta for the trainees of 02/2021 batch was conducted at INS Chilka on 03 and 07 January 2022 with the aim of inculcating the spirit of adventure, watermanship skills and developing mental as well as physical endurance. 10 teams from trainees along with four teams from the ship's company competed for the 'Best Whaler' title. Abhimanyu Division emerged as the winners of the Whaler Boat Pulling Regatta and was awarded the coveted 'C**k' Trophy, while Angad Division was adjudged the runners-up. Commodore NP Pradeep, Commanding Officer, INS Chilka awarded prizes to the winners and runners up. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam #FitIndia

On the occasion of 53rd Foundation Day of Indian Naval Academy #INA, a high tea was hosted on 08 January 2022. Tradition...
08/01/2022

On the occasion of 53rd Foundation Day of Indian Naval Academy #INA, a high tea was hosted on 08 January 2022. Traditional cake cutting ceremony was organised in the presence of senior officers and all ranks of INA. The Naval Academy was first established at Kochi in 1969 and has been in existence for over 50 years. A permanent Naval Academy was realised with the inauguration of INA at Ezhimala, Kerala on 08 January 2009, by then Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh. INA is Asia’s largest Naval Academy and has been entrusted the responsibility of grooming and mentoring young trainees into future Naval leaders. INA is also a significant contributor to the #IndianNavy’s vision of building #BridgesofFriendship with #FriendlyForeignCountries. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam

Chilka Open Lake Swimming Competition was conducted on 07 January 2022 between Kalijai Island and Watermanship Training ...
08/01/2022

Chilka Open Lake Swimming Competition was conducted on 07 January 2022 between Kalijai Island and Watermanship Training Centre (WTC), over a distance of 03 km. The event was aimed at developing confidence in swimming in vast waterbody, stamina and endurance. 147 personnel participated in the event. Suneesh S, SSR won the Gold Medal, while Anand S, SSR was adjudged as the Runners-up. Commodore NP Pradeep, Commanding Officer, INS Chilka awarded prizes to the winners. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam

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The Killer Squadron of missile vessels completed 50 years of distinguished service to the nation. From the audacious naval operations, Trident and Python in the #1971War, to the pivotal role they play in pursuing #maritimeoperations in contemporary times, the Killers have evolved in capabilities, technology, and role-relevance. What remains enduring in them is the killer instinct that not only continues to define their identity and raison d’être, but also their focus on winning every battle at sea decisively. Here’s an ode to the killers! #HarKaamDeshKeNaam
An oxygen generation plant was inaugurated at INHS Jeevanti on 14 January 2022 by Surgeon Captain Dev Kamal Kagti, the Commanding Officer, in presence of Rear Admiral Philipose G Pynumootil, Flag Officer Commanding Goa Area. The plant, based on ‘Pressure Swing Adsorption’ technology and is capable of generating 200 litres of medical oxygen per minute. The facility will augment the critical care capability of the hospital, with oxygen ports now being made available in all wards in addition to the ICU and Operation Theatre. A medical gas pipeline system integrated with a gaseous oxygen manifold and a 6,000-litre liquid oxygen tank, for ensuring continuous and uninterrupted oxygen supply, was also inaugurated on the occasion. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam #COVID
Band Performance at Gateway of India #SundaySynergy #Symphony #NavyLife #Music
Inter Divisional Quiz competition for trainees of Batch 02/2021 was conducted at INS Chilka on 14 January 2022 with the aim of inculcating inquisitiveness and quick thinking. 10 teams comprising two trainees from each division participated in the competition. The quiz was divided into 06 rounds, which led to an interesting competition between the divisions. The winner of the competition was Abhimanyu Division while Azad Division was adjudged the runners-up. The event was conducted following all #COVID protocols. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam
Rear Admiral KP Arvindan, VSM took over charge as Admiral Superintendent of Naval Dockyard, Mumbai from Rear Admiral B Sivakumar, VSM on 14 January 2022. Rear Admiral KP Arvindan, an alumnus of Naval College of Engineering, INS Shivaji, Lonavla, is from the first batch of the Naval Engineering Course and was commissioned into the #IndianNavy in November 1987. He holds a B-Tech degree in Marine Engineering and a M-Tech degree in Industrial Engineering from NITIE, Mumbai. In a career spanning over 34 years of service, he served in various capacities, including at command headquarters, training establishments, the marine gas turbine overhaul centre, INS Eksila, and Naval Dockyard, Mumbai. He has served onboard a Petya class patrol vessel, the missile corvette Kirpan and guided missile destroyers Rajput and Ranjit. His recent appointments include Commanding Officer INS Shivaji, and Commodore (Fleet Maintenance), an assignment he handled for a period of four years, handling issues related to maintenance and repair support for the #aircraftcarrier, Vikramaditya, and the submarine fleet of the Indian Navy. On promotion to the flag rank, he was appointed as Admiral Superintendent, Naval Ship Repair Yard, Karwar. A recipient of the Vishisht Seva Medal, Rear Admiral KP Arvindan was serving as Chief Staff Officer (Technical) at Headquarters, Western Naval Command, prior to taking over the present assignment. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam
Honing Sailing Skills #SportingSaturday #FitIndia #HealthyIndia #Navy4Life
#IndianNavy wishes #IndianArmy on the occasion of #ArmyDay ADGPI - Indian Army
Small Arms Firing #FiringFriday #NavyReadiness #NavyStrong #CombatNavy
The #IndianNavy salutes our Veterans for their glorious service to the nation. Veterans Day is commemorated on 14 January to acknowledge the selfless devotion and sacrifice by Veterans of all the ‘Three Services’. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam #VeteransDay #IndianArmedForces #IndianArmy #IndianAirForce
INS Shivalik and Kadmatt undertook Maritime Partnership Exercise with Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force #JMSDF Ships Uraga and Hirado in the Bay of Bengal on 13 January 2022. Both JMSDF ships are part of Minesweeper Division One and are on deployment to #IOR with Captain Noguchi Yasushi, Commander Minesweeper Division One embarked onboard JS Uraga. The exercise was aimed at strengthening #bilateralrelations, promoting #defencecooperation, enhancing mutual understanding and inter-operability between the two navies and sharing best practices. The Exercise included a wide range of #maritimeoperations including Flying Operations, Replenishment Approaches and Tactical Manoeuvres. The entire exercise was planned and conducted in a non-contact mode, thereby adhering to #COVID safety norms. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam #BridgesofFriendship #IndianNavy
Russian Naval Missile Cruiser Varyag, Destroyer Admiral Tribuz and Tanker Boris Butoma are on a two-day visit to Kochi. The ships arrived at Cochin Port Trust on 13 January 2022 and were received by Senior Naval Authorities in the background of fanfare by the Naval band. Captain 1st Rank Anatoly Velichko, Commander of the detachment, who is also the Chief of Staff of the division of ships, Russian Pacific Fleet, Captain 2nd Rank Roman Glushakov, Commanding Officer RuFNS Varyag and Captain 2'd Rank Igor Tolbatov, Commanding Officer RuFNS Admiral Tribuz called on Chief of Staff, #SNC, Rear Admiral Antony George. Bilateral relations between India and Russia are characterized by time-tested bonds of friendship based on cooperation and interactions in the fields of culture, trade and economy, science and technology, and most importantly defence. The Indian Navy and Russian Navy have forged enduring linkages with each other, beyond commonality of weapon systems and equipment, overcoming barriers of distance and language. The two Navies engage with each other annually through the INDRA NAVY series of maritime exercise in addition to reciprocal visits by training teams, high level delegations and ships. The current visit seeks to enhance maritime cooperation between the Russian Navy and #IndianNavy. The visit would also bolster the strong bonds of friendship between India and Russia and contribute to security and stability in this vital part of the world. #HarKaamDeshKeNaam #BridgesofFriendship
Aircraft being Marshalled at an Air Station #TypicalThursday #NavyAviation #NavyStrong #NationalService