ADECS 2018: India’s silent arm progresses…slowly
Having initiated its 30-year submarine-building plan two decades ago to raise operational and indigenous construction capabilities, modernisation of the Indian Navy (IN) underwater fleet has been slow but rewarding.
Chief of Naval Staff Adm Sunil Lanba related, ‘Way back we took a call that we’re going to be a ...
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