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Re: Marinha da Índia
« Responder #75 em: Janeiro 11, 2018, 11:05:17 am »
O homem estava com pressa...  ;D  :jok:

https://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/indias-first-nuclear-missile-submarine-crippled-sailor-leaves-hatch-open/?utm_source=FB&utm_medium=UKDJPage&utm_campaign=social
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India’s first nuclear missile submarine crippled as sailor leaves hatch open

A hatch left open on the INS Arihant lead to saltwater flooding the propulsion area, rendering the $2.9 billion submarine inoperative.

The incident was first reported by The Hindu. According to an Indian Navy source, a hatch was left open allowing seawater to rush in. The Arihant issue rose soon after INS Chakra, the Nerpa class nuclear submarine leased from Russia, was reported to have suffered damage to its sonar domes while entering the Visakhapatnam harbour in early October.

INS Arihant is to be the first of the expected five in the class of submarines designed and constructed as a part of the Indian Navy’s secretive Advanced Technology Vessel project. The Arihant class submarines are reported to be based on the Akula class submarine.

India has an ambitious plan to build a SSBN fleet, comprising five Arihant class vessels.

INS Arihant was introduced to the public in 2009 at a symbolic launch ceremony. The launch coincided with the 10th anniversary of the conclusion of the Kargil War and consisted of floating the vessel by flooding the dry dock. Defence Professionals Daily claimed Arihant was launched without key systems including its nuclear reactor, surveillance equipment, and ordnance.

Prime Minister Singh billed the submarine as an outcome of a public-private partnership. He also thanked Russia in his address, stating, “I would also like to express our appreciation to our Russian friends for their consistent and invaluable cooperation, which symbolises the close strategic partnership that we enjoy with Russia.”



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Re: Marinha da Índia
« Responder #76 em: Janeiro 12, 2018, 01:37:29 pm »
 

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Re: Marinha da Índia
« Responder #77 em: Março 03, 2018, 12:53:14 pm »
 

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Re: Marinha da Índia
« Responder #78 em: Março 24, 2018, 07:45:42 pm »
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Re: Marinha da Índia
« Responder #79 em: Março 08, 2019, 01:19:17 pm »
India signs USD3 billion SSN lease agreement with Russia

Rahul Bedi, New Delhi - Jane's Defence Weekly
08 March 2019
   
India has signed a USD3 billion inter-governmental agreement (IGA) with Russia to lease another Project 971 ‘Akula’-class nuclear-powered attack submarine (SSN) for the Indian Navy (IN) for 10 years from 2025 to augment the service’s capabilities.

Official sources told Jane’s that the two sides signed the IGA in New Delhi on 7 March following years of negotiations on price and other details for the 8,140 tonne boat, such as servicing and parts.

Under the deal Russia is expected to deliver the SSN by 2025: three years after the 10-year lease of INS Chakra – a similar Akula-class boat – ends in 2022.

https://www.janes.com/article/87093/india-signs-usd3-billion-ssn-lease-agreement-with-russia
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Re: Marinha da Índia
« Responder #80 em: Março 26, 2019, 06:53:30 pm »
 

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Re: Marinha da Índia
« Responder #81 em: Março 27, 2019, 09:18:40 am »
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INS Vikramaditya in Action


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Re: Marinha da Índia
« Responder #84 em: Junho 20, 2019, 06:00:14 pm »
India to acquire ten more US P-8I aircraft for ISR and ASW operations

http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/2019/june/7216-india-to-acquire-ten-more-us-p-8i-aircraft-for-isr-and-asw-operations.html

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India is likely to acquire 10 more Boeing P-8I Poseidon aircraft for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) operations and for Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW). Those aircraft would come in addition to the eight aircraft it has already acquired in 2009 for the Navy.

The search for the additional ten P8Is cleared its first hurdle today, on June 20, when the Services Capital Acquisition Categorisation Higher Committee (SCAPCHC), headed by the Chief of Integrated Staff or CISC, a senior lieutenant-general and including the three vice chiefs of staff of the three services cleared the proposal of about Rs 22,500 crore ($US 3.2 million).

This is only the first step. The deal will have to be cleared by the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) headed by defence minister Rajnath Singh and including the three chiefs and the defence secretary and then, by the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and including the finance, defence, home and external affairs ministers.

The purchase will be through the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) route, meaning it is a government-to-government deal. It is also a follow-on order. This avoids the lengthy process of bidding and usually, charges of corruption and favouritism. Many large orders have taken the FMS route including very recently, the 145 M-777 light howitzers for the Indian Army and also, the C-130 and C-17 aircraft and the Apache and Chinook helicopters.

The Pompeo visit later this month comes at a time when Indo-US defence ties are at a high, primarily after the signing of the COMCASA (Communications, Compatibility and Security Agreement) and a similar logistics agreement earlier.


Indian P-8I anti-submarine warfare, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft (Picture Source: Boeing)
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Re: Marinha da Índia
« Responder #85 em: Outubro 01, 2019, 10:10:37 am »


Indian Navy inaugurates first aircraft carrier dry dock

Gabriel Dominguez, London - Jane's Defence Weekly
30 September 2019


The Indian Navy's first aircraft carrier dry dock (seen here accommodating a Kolkata [Project 15A]-class destroyer) was inaugurated in a ceremony held on 28 September at the Naval Dockyard in Mumbai. Source: Indian Navy

The Indian Navy's (IN's) largest dry dock to date was inaugurated on 28 September at the Naval Dockyard in Mumbai in a ceremony presided over by Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh.

Named 'Aircraft Carrier Dry Dock', the 281-m long, 45-m wide, and 17-m deep facility is capable of accommodating INS Vikramaditya (ex- Admiral Gorshkov ), the service's sole 44,750-tonne refurbished Kiev-class carrier, as well as ships of up to 90,000 tonnes, said the IN in a statement, adding that the construction of the dock required "innovative and extreme engineering methods".

"While most dry docks are constructed by excavating into the land and then providing access to the sea, the Aircraft Carrier Dry Dock is built into the sea: a technique requiring 38 caissons [watertight steel sections] to drain out sea water before construction could commence," said the IN.

The dry dock has more than one kilometre of berthing space with sectioning to allow multiple warships to be docked, said the service, adding that this will result in faster turnaround time for maintenance and refit routines of IN warships.

The dry dock is also expected to be used to maintain and repair Vikrant , the second aircraft carrier on order for the IN, which is currently being built by Cochin Shipyard Limited.

https://www.janes.com/article/91604/indian-navy-inaugurates-first-aircraft-carrier-dry-dock
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