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Título: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: JLRC em Julho 13, 2005, 01:40:26 pm
INS Beas Joins the Indian Navy
 
 
(Source: Indian Press Information Bureau; issued July 11, 2005)
 
 
 INS Beas, the latest Guided Missile Frigate built by Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers, Kolkata is being commissioned into the Indian Navy on 11 Jul 05 at Kolkata by the Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Arun Prakash.  
 
BEAS, a 3600 tonne warship, is 125 metres in length and a draught of 4.5 metres. The platform is densely packed with state-of-the-art weapons like Barak Anti Missile Defence system, four quad-packs of the URAN Surface-to-Surface missiles, one medium range 76 mm Super Rapid Gun Mount, four Close range 30mm AK 630 Guns, two Triple tube Torpedo launchers, Sonar and the sophisticated Ellora Electronic Warfare suite.  
 
The ship has an advanced Computerised Action Information system for Command and Control of all weapons and sensors. The ship is propelled by two 15,000 BHP steam turbines and is capable of achieving speeds in excess of 30 knots.  
 
BEAS is the third of the series of the 'P-16A' class built by GRSE. The ship, like her predecessors INS Brahmaputra and INS Betwa, has been designed with a sophisticated indigenous weapon and sensor suite to enhance the Indian Navy's future combat capability. The commissioning of this ship reinforces the Navy's sustained commitment to indigenisation and reflects the technological strides made by the Indian shipbuilding and support Industry.  
 
The ship has been designed by the Directorate General Naval Design, Naval Headquarters and is yet another addition to the series of successful projects like the 'Delhi' class destroyers, 'Godavari' class frigates and the 'Kora' class corvettes, which have gained worldwide recognition over the years. Presently, the Design Organisation of the Navy is involved in design and production of five major projects including the Indigenous Aircraft Carrier, the P-17 Stealth Frigates, Gas Turbine Frigates of P-15A and the ASW Corvettes.  
 
Majority of the Weapon Fire Control Systems, Sonar, Electronic Warfare, Navigational and Communication suites onboard the 'BEAS', have been supplied by PSUs like M/s BEL/ ECIL/ HAL/ Keltron. The Propulsion turbines, Turbo Alternators, Diesel Alternators and Steam Auxiliaries have been manufactured indigenously by M/s BHEL , HAL and a number of private sector firms. The Indian industry has amply demonstrated its technological prowess and capabilities in building state-of-the-art equipment conforming to stringent defence standards and which are capable of withstanding the extremely hostile marine environment.  
 
The name BEAS brings back nostalgic memories of its earlier incarnation, which saw over 32 years of glorious service in the Indian Navy from 24 May 1960 to 23 Dec 1992, during which she covered herself with glory. During this period, Beas earned the unique distinction in Indian Naval history of having been in the thick of all war campaigns that the Indian Navy has been involved in, post independence. The first BEAS was a 'Leopard' class frigate built by M/s Vickers Armstrong, New Castle-upon-Tyne in the UK. The new BEAS signifies the coming of age of the indigenous ship building industry in the Indian Navy's goal of becoming a builder’s Navy.  
 
The delivery of the third frigate of this project by GRSE has once again confirmed the growing capability of GRSE in building advanced warships for the Indian Navy and its status as one of the leading shipyards in the country. The build quality and technological prowess of the Indian shipyards has been lauded the world over and is a matter of pride for the nation. Beas is a highly sophisticated weapon platform and will strengthen the Navy's combat capability and is expected to render yeoman service to the Indian Navy in the years to come.  
 
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Título: Índia compra 6 Scorpene
Enviado por: JLRC em Setembro 13, 2005, 09:55:36 pm
New Success for Scorpene: International Industrial Cooperation Project
 
 
(Source: DCN; issued Sept. 12, 2005)
 
 
 Following sales to Chile and Malaysia, India has announced that it will acquire six DCN-designed Scorpene submarines. This new success further confirms the product’s international appeal.  
 
 
PARIS --- Indian Prime Minister Manoham Singh, also chairman of India’s Cabinet Committee on Security, today confirmed to French President Jacques Chirac his country’s decision to acquire six Franco-Spanish Scorpene submarines. All six boats will be built entirely in India by Mumbai-based Mazagon Dock Limited.  
 
DCN is the industrial prime contractor for Scorpene submarines in partnership with Spanish naval shipbuilder Navantia, the two companies sharing industrial responsibility for this ambitious project. DCN will be in charge of the technology transfer and delivery of all services and equipment. Armaris and DCN/Thales subsidiary UDS International will supply the combat systems.  
 
The project is expected to take some 15 years to complete.  
 
Commenting on the sale, DCN Chairman and CEO Jean-Marie Poimbœuf said: “This sale is a mark of recognition of DCN’s know-how in international industrial partnerships to deliver strategic systems and technology transfers. It also makes Scorpene the new benchmark for submarine fleets the world over.”  
 
Scorpene: Proven DCN know-how in conventional submarines  
 
This DCN-designed product line represents the state of the art in conventional submarine design and construction. It benefits from the latest technologies developed for French Navy classes, particularly as regards acoustic discretion and combat system performance. The modular Scorpene design can be readily tailored to each client navy’s specific needs. Built-in interoperability also ensures compatibility with a wide range of customer-specified combat and weapon systems.  
 
This brings the number of Scorpene submarines sold on the international market to ten. The first-of-type O’Higgins was handed over to the Chilean Navy on 9 September 2005 at a ceremony attended by Chilean Defence Minister Jaime Ravinet.  
 
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Enviado por: Marauder em Agosto 02, 2006, 01:37:47 pm
Thales deve fornecer sub-sistemas vitais para o "secreto" (que afinal não é tanto) projecto de submarino nuclear indiano
http://www.outlookindia.com/pti_news.as ... &id=397809 (http://www.outlookindia.com/pti_news.asp?gid=73&id=397809)

Marinha tenciona ter 100 aviões até 2020
http://www.dnaindia.com/report.asp?NewsID=1042343 (http://www.dnaindia.com/report.asp?NewsID=1042343)
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Enviado por: Marauder em Agosto 03, 2006, 10:52:42 am
Russia constrói 3 fragatas stealth para a Índia
http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/00 ... 191019.htm (http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/001200607191019.htm)
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Enviado por: Cabeça de Martelo em Agosto 03, 2006, 02:14:31 pm
Não sabia que a Rússia disponha desse tipo de tecnologia. É impressão minha, ou os vasos de guerra Russos são sempre enormes e pouco modernos?!
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Enviado por: Marauder em Agosto 03, 2006, 02:30:53 pm
Citação de: "Cabeça de Martelo"
Não sabia que a Rússia disponha desse tipo de tecnologia. É impressão minha, ou os vasos de guerra Russos são sempre enormes e pouco modernos?!


Enormes nem por isso [há que comparar cruzadores com cruzadores, destroyers com destroyers] . Pouco modernos, ora, se não há dinheiro, é normal que depois com o tempo os navios fiquem desactualizados. Mas isso não quer dizer que a tecnologia que a Russia possuí/desenvolve é antiquada.

O novo míssil anti-navio BrahMos deverá ser um dos melhores na sua área. Basicamente era 1 projecto russo já velhote (anos 80 ou 90), que teve que arranjar financiamento na India para sair do papel.
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Enviado por: Cabeça de Martelo em Agosto 03, 2006, 02:33:52 pm
Se não são então parecem. No entanto, como eu pouco ou nada sei sobre vasos de guerra, vou ter que acreditar na tua palavra.  :wink:
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Enviado por: Marauder em Agosto 03, 2006, 03:02:37 pm
Citação de: "Cabeça de Martelo"
Se não são então parecem. No entanto, como eu pouco ou nada sei sobre vasos de guerra, vou ter que acreditar na tua palavra.  :wink:


Ok, os Sovremnny (destroyers) até são similares em tamanho aos cruzadores americanos equipados com Aegis, mas penso que a ideia provém de a marina russa ainda ter muitos navios velhotes, que vem do tempo da guerra fria, cruzadores ligeiros, pesados, etc, de grandes dimensões. Relativamente a material recente, tirando este caso dos Sovremnny, penso que o resto está na média. As fragatas Neustrashimy até tem deslocamento inferior às novas Horizon por exemplo.

Pelo menos tenho este feedback ao ver os números de:
http://www.naval-technology.com/projects/ (http://www.naval-technology.com/projects/)
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Enviado por: luis filipe silva em Agosto 03, 2006, 03:23:27 pm
Cabeça de Martelo escreveu:

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Se não são então parecem. No entanto, como eu pouco ou nada sei sobre vasos de guerra, vou ter que acreditar na tua palavra.


Aqui vai um cheirinho desta marinha.

Site da marinha indiana.

http://www.bharat-rakshak.com/NAVY/ (http://www.bharat-rakshak.com/NAVY/)
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Enviado por: Marauder em Agosto 04, 2006, 06:15:56 pm
Marinha indiana recebe Brahmos
http://www.bharat-rakshak.com/NEWS/news ... ewsid=6651 (http://www.bharat-rakshak.com/NEWS/newsrf.php?newsid=6651)
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Enviado por: SSK em Maio 24, 2007, 06:52:55 pm
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India is set to seek six more submarines
India is expected to issue a request for proposals for six conventional submarines within the next few weeks.
New Delhi is apparently looking at German Type 214 submarines with air- independent
propulsion and Russian Amur class boats with vertically-launched Klub-S
surface-to-surface missiles and possibly with air-independent propulsion. The new boats
would augment six Scorpène class submarines which are being built at Mazagon Dock in
Mumbai.
Indian press reports indicate that New Delhi is about to lease two Russian nuclear
submarines in a deal involving the Akula (Project 971) class ships including the
newly completed Nerpa (Naval Spyglass Vol 3 No 3). The reported $350 million agreement
will last for five years, although neither Indian nor Russian sources will admit its existence.
The Russian solution is being sought because of development problems with the indigenous
nuclear submarine design, the Advanced Technology vessel (ATV). This ship still seems
many years away from completion with some reports suggesting a date of
2011.
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Enviado por: SSK em Maio 31, 2007, 08:09:47 pm
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Two nuclear subs for India
India appears to have signed its
long-discussed leasing agreement
for two Russian nuclear
submarines.
Rumours of an agreement have
been floating around the Indian
Press for more than a year (Naval
Spyglass Vol 3 No 3) but have
always been officially denied by
both countries. But it does now
appear that India will pay Russia
the equivalent of $350 million to
lease two Akula (Project 971)
ships for five years.
Although India is seeking to
develop its own nuclear submarine
as the Advanced Technology
Vessel (ATV) the programme has
suffered major technical problems
and while an in-service date of
2011-2012 is still bandied about
the Indian Navy does not seem
optimistic (Naval Spyglass Vol 3
No 7). It is anticipated the Russian
Nerpa will be the first to fly the
Indian ensign later this year
followed by the Cougar next year.
The ATV programme costs are
believed to have risen 30% to the
equivalent of some $3 billion
although a 90MW reactor has been
completed and will receive
Russian fuel rods. There are
reports the hull will be launched
this year and that New Delhi hopes
to have five by 2025.
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Enviado por: hellboy em Fevereiro 26, 2008, 06:35:36 pm
Nucléaire : premier tir d’essai d’un missile indien depuis une plate-forme sous-marine
publié le mardi 26 février 2008  

   
L’Inde a effectué mardi le premier tir d’essai réussi du missile balistique K-15 d’une portée de 700 km destiné à être basé sur son futur sous-marin nucléaire, a annoncé à New Delhi le porte-parole du ministère indien de la Défense.
"Le tir a été effectué vers 13h15 locales (07h45 GMT) depuis une plate-forme sous-marine", a-t-il indiqué.

La construction du sous-marin nucléaire qui sera doté des missiles de ce type touche à sa fin aux chantiers navals secrets de la ville portuaire de Visakhapatnam (est). Les essais du sous-marin sont programmés pour 2009. L’entrée en service du nouveau submersible complètera la "triade nucléaire" indienne qui sera constituée de systèmes aériens, terrestres et maritimes.

Un seul tir d’essai suffit pour tester les systèmes du missile, selon le porte-parole de l’Organisation militaire indienne pour la recherche et le développement (DRDO), qui a créé le missile K-15.
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Enviado por: nelson38899 em Fevereiro 28, 2008, 09:53:58 pm
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India, Russia End Spat Over Soviet-Era Aircraft Carrier



NEW DELHI - India and Russia have ended a protracted dispute over the cost of a Soviet-era aircraft carrier which will be now sold at a higher price to the Indian navy in 2011, officials said Feb. 28.

Indian Defence Secretary V. K. Singh, returning from Moscow, said a new undisclosed price had been agreed upon for the 44,570-ton Admiral Gorshkov.
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Russian export firm Rosoboronexport in 2004 signed a deal to refurbish the carrier for $970 million but last year demanded India pay an additional $1.2 billion.

Singh declined to give details of the negotiations but conceded "there will be a substantial increase in the "reworked estimate" for the modernization of the 30-year-old ship.

"The figure cannot be disclosed as the modified contract has to be put up to the union Cabinet and the cabinet committee on security for clearance," he told reporters in New Delhi. "The modified contract would be signed by March end after teams from Russia visit here to finalize it. There is no question of giving up the carrier and at no time had the Russians said that they wanted to reclaim the carrier."

Defence sources said India has agreed to pay up to $900 million more for the carrier and added that a domestic shipbuilding yard was rushing experts to speed up the project.

"India is sending more than 100 trained personnel from its shipyard to the Sevmash shipyard to join 1,200 Russian personnel who are working on that ship," a ministry official said.

Singh said the Gorshkov will be rechristened INS Vikramaditya and join the Indian navy as early as 2011.

"The warship requires installation of new turbines, boilers, 2,500 kilometers of cabling and strengthening of its flight deck as part of the new retrofitting to be undertaken on the carrier," he said. The carrier will be ready by 2010 after which it would undergo 18 months of sea trials."

Under the contract, Russian shipyard Sevmash will equip the vessel with modern weapons, 16 MiG-29 fighter jets and a fleet of anti-submarine helicopters.

Admiral Gorshkov is set to fill a vacuum left by the scrapping in 1997 of India's first aircraft carrier, INS Vikrant, which had been in service since 1961.

The Indian navy has only one operational aircraft carrier, the INS Viraat, which is set to be phased out in coming years.

The breakthrough on the deal came three months after Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh flew to Moscow on Nov. 12 for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on defense and political ties.

Russia accounts for 70 percent of Indian arms supplies, but late deliveries and commercial disagreements have led New Delhi to use other suppliers such as Israel, Britain, France and the U.S.

Russia is in a race with western rivals for a $10 billion deal to sell 126 fighter jets, artillery worth $2 billion and 317 helicopters worth $1 billion to India.

www.defensenews.com (http://www.defensenews.com)
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Enviado por: P44 em Março 15, 2008, 03:02:15 pm
BRONCA com o ex-USS Trenton
 :!:
http://forum.keypublishing.co.uk/showthread.php?t=79275 (http://forum.keypublishing.co.uk/showthread.php?t=79275)
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Enviado por: P44 em Março 15, 2008, 03:24:05 pm
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Indian Navy continues cooperation with Arkhangelsk
 13.03.2008

The Indian Navy has agreed with the increased costs for the aircraft carrier “Admiral Gorshkov”, currently under modernization in Severodvinsk, Arkhangelsk Oblast.

Head of the Indian Navy, Admiral Sureesh Mehta, admits that the higher costs for the vessel will be “inevitable”. Mr. Mehta has earlier refused the Russian demand for a refit of the contract conditions, agreed upon in 2004.

The costs linked with the extensive reconstruction if the vessel have become far higher than anticipated. The Sevmash shipyard has also announced that it will not be able to complete the vessel in line with the original time schedule.

The “Admiral Gorshkov”, or the “Vikramâditya” as it is called in India, was originally to be sold together with 16 MIG-29K fighter jets and six “Kamov” helicopters to India for 1,5 billion USD.

It is now expected that the vessel will be completed by mid-2010. After that, it will undergo 18 months of extensive sea testing by the Russian Navy to ensure all systems are working properly. The Indian Navy expects to take over the ship in early 2012.

The defense ministry does not mention any figures, but according to The Times of India, New Delhi is willing to pay another 600-800 million USD for the 44,570-ton aircraft carrier.


Source: www.barentsobserver.com (http://www.barentsobserver.com), photo: militaryparitet.com
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Enviado por: P44 em Março 21, 2008, 05:05:52 pm
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Russia to start supplying MiG-29K fighters to India in May

Moscow March 14, 2008 (RIA Novosti) - Russia will start deliveries of MiG-29K Fulcrum-D carrier fighters to India for the Admiral Gorshkov aircraft carrier in May, the chief of the Indian Navy Staff said on Friday.

Admiral Suresh Mehta, who heads a group of Indian military officials that arrived in Russia on Thursday on a week-long visit, inspected on Friday the assembly of MiG-29K Fulcrum-D fighters at a plant near Moscow.

"We are nearing the [aircraft] delivery stage. The first MiG-29K fighter will be transferred in May this year," Mehta said, adding that the deliveries under contract had been "slightly delayed."

The contract, signed on January 20, 2004, stipulates the delivery of 12 single-seat MiG-29K and 4 two-seat MiG-29KUB in the period from 2007 to 2009, to be later deployed on the Admiral Gorshkov aircraft carrier, being refitted in Russia for the Indian Navy.

A MiG spokesman confirmed on Friday the timeframe for the deliveries of MiG fighters to the Indian Navy.
"The contract has been signed, and we are finishing the construction of the first batch of MiG-29K fighters and plan to start deliveries in May," the spokesman said.

Also on the agenda of the Indian delegation's visit are discussions on a controversial contract on modernization of the aircraft carrier.

After long-running delays and disputes, Russia and India agreed in February to raise refit costs for the aircraft carrier, berthed at the Sevmash shipyard in north Russia for the past 12 years.

Vijay Singh, the Indian defense secretary who inspected the Admiral Gorshkov in late February, said there would be "a substantial increase" in the "reworked estimate" for modernization work on the ship.

The minister did not mention any figures, but according to The Times of India, New Delhi is willing to pay another $600-800 million for the 44,570-ton aircraft carrier.

"It should be completed by mid-2010. After that, it will undergo 18 months of extensive sea trials by the Russian Navy to ensure all systems are working properly," he said.

The carrier, renamed the Vikramaditya, is to replace India's INS Viraat carrier, which although still operational is 50 years old.

India contracted the $1.5 billion Admiral Gorshkov for its navy in 2004. Moscow has since demanded an additional $1.2 billion, which New Delhi replied was "exorbitant."

The defense secretary said Vice-Admiral Dilip Deshpande, the controller of warship production and acquisition, would visit Russia to work out "the essentiality and reasonableness of costs" by the end of March.

After it is has been refitted, the Gorshkov is expected to be seaworthy for 30 years.

The contract to deliver the Admiral Gorshkov aircraft carrier to India, which state-run arms exporter Rosoboronexport signed with the Indian Navy, covers the modernization of the ship and equipping it with modern weaponry, including MiG-29K Fulcrum aircraft and Ka-27 Helix-A and Ka-31 Helix-B anti-submarine helicopters.

Meanwhile, the chief of the Indian Navy Staff called on Friday "a hoax" reports of a US offer to provide India with a much-sought-after aircraft carrier to replace the outdated INS Viraat.

According to various US sources, Washington was likely to offer the Indian Navy the USS Kitty Hawk aircraft carrier - to be decommissioned in 2008 - for free, provided India agrees to purchase 65 Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornets for onboard deployment.

"These rumors are nothing but a hoax created by the media. As far as I am concerned, our country has never received such an offer," Admiral Suresh Mehta told a news conference.


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Enviado por: P44 em Abril 15, 2008, 08:32:33 am
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India Hopes Gorshkov Project Will Be On Track
Indian Government News | Apr 11, 2008

Though India and Russia are yet to break the deadlock over fixing a new price for aircraft carrier Admiral Gorshkov, the government has voiced confidence that the key defence deal will be on track.
 
"The two countries are locked in intense negotiations over the price details," Defence Secretary Vijay Singh told reporters in New Delhi on Wednesday.
 
He said the work on the carrier was in progress in a Russian dockyard. "Technical assessment of the work needed on the carrier is still on," Singh said, adding final price proposal would soon be taken to the Union Cabinet for a fresh approval.
 
India has already agreed to a new price revision for the carrier at Russia's insistence.
 
The 45,000-tonne warship was to be delivered by August last year as per a USD 1.5 billion contract signed in 2004 but Moscow stunned India in November last year by demanding an additional USD 1.2 billion for refitting and other works.
 
The new conditions by Russia meant a delay of up to four years.  
 
"It is difficult yet to put a firm figure on the price escalation," Singh said.
 
The Defence Secretary had recently led a high-level team to Moscow to inspect the aircraft carrier in a fresh bid to break the deadlock over its purchase.
 
"The original contract was sketchy," a Defence Ministry official said recently, indicating that India was ready to revise the contract upwards in view of Russian insistence.
 
The Russian demand was earlier opposed by Naval Chief Admiral Sureesh Mehta, who had publicly said there should be no revision in the contract.
 
Russia had conveyed that "extensive" refit work would be necessary on the warship which would now have to undergo sea trials for a year in Russian waters under their experts, a Defence Ministry official said.
 
Sea trials would cost crores of rupees which would be borne by India, the Defence Ministry official said, making it clear that it would take three to four years for the carrier to be delivered after a nod is given for new refits.


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Enviado por: P44 em Dezembro 09, 2008, 08:49:07 am
INS Vikramaditya

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Enviado por: P44 em Dezembro 13, 2008, 11:51:32 am
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Enviado por: SSK em Junho 30, 2009, 06:51:37 pm
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Russia to take part in Indian diesel submarine tender
Diesel-propelled submarine
 
13:4126/06/2009


ST. PETERSBURG, June 26 (RIA Novosti) - Russia will participate in an expected tender to supply diesel-electric submarines to the Indian navy, the Russian state arms exporter said on Friday.

"We will offer India an export version of the Lada class diesel submarine - the Amur class vessel. We will take part in the Indian tender when it is announced with these submarines or vessels of another class," said Oleg Azizov, head of Rosoboronexport's delegation at the International Maritime Defense Show 2009 in St. Petersburg.

"We have a bilateral cooperation agreement [in the military-technical sphere] until 2020, which includes the possibility of supplying submarines to this country," Azizov added.

The Project-677, or Lada class, diesel submarine, whose export version is known as the Amur 1650, features a new anti-sonar coating for its hull, an extended cruising range, and advanced anti-ship and anti-submarine weaponry, including the Club-S integrated cruise missile systems.

Azizov also said Vietnam and Egypt were studying the possibility of buying Russian Project 636 Kilo class diesel submarines.

"Vietnam is still studying various possibilities for the development of its submarine fleet. If they choose Project 636 submarines, offered by Russia, we will start talks on the issue," the official said, adding that the same approach applied to Egypt.

The Project 636 Kilo class submarine is thought to be one of the most silent submarine classes in the world. It has been specifically designed for anti-shipping and anti-submarine operations in relatively shallow waters.

Russia has built Kilo class submarines for India, China and Iran.

Azizov earlier said Russia could sell up to 40 fourth-generation diesel-electric submarines to foreign customers by 2015.
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Enviado por: André em Julho 26, 2009, 01:44:23 pm
Índia apresenta primeiro submarino nuclear de fabrico próprio


O primeiro-ministro da Índia, Manmohan Singh, classificou hoje como uma «conquista histórica» a fabricação do primeiro submarino nuclear com tecnologia exclusivamente indiana.
A embarcação foi apresentada numa cerimónia militar no sul do país.

«Hoje, juntamo-nos a um selecto grupo de cinco nações com capacidade para construir submarinos nucleares», afirmou Singh durante a cerimónia, segundo um comunicado do Governo.

O primeiro-ministro disse que a apresentação do submarino não tem como objectivo «ameaçar ninguém», já que a Índia «procura na região e fora dela uma atmosfera que conduza ao desenvolvimento pacífico».

Singh referiu-se à Rússia, principal parceiro militar da Índia, e agradeceu Moscovo pela «contínua e inestimável colaboração» em matéria de defesa, algo que «simboliza a estreita relação» entre ambos os países.

O primeiro-ministro indiano também agradeceu à equipa de cientistas e especialistas que trabalhou no projecto do submarino, designado «INS Arihant». «Vocês demonstraram a força das organizações de pesquisa e desenvolvimento da Índia», afirmou.

«O Governo está totalmente comprometido em assegurar a defesa dos nossos interesses nacionais e a protecção da nossa integridade territorial», acrescentou Singh.

A apresentação da embarcação militar decorreu na localidade de Visakhapatnam, no estado de Andhra, e coincidiu com os 10 anos do fim do último conflito armado com o Paquistão, a potência nuclear vizinha.

Até ao fim do ano, a Marinha indiana disporá de outro submarino nuclear, o «Akula«, de fabrico russo.

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Enviado por: André em Julho 27, 2009, 01:00:16 pm
Paquistão considera submarino nuclear indiano ameaça ao sul da Ásia


A Marinha paquistanesa considera que o novo submarino nuclear indiano é um passo rumo à desestabilização da região e um perigo para a paz e o equilíbrio no sul da Ásia, disse hoje um porta-voz militar.

O porta-voz da Marinha paquistanesa, Salman Ali, assegurou em declarações ao canal de televisão Geo TV que a introdução do primeiro submarino nuclear indiano pode desencadear uma corrida armamentista na região com efeitos sobre o Índico.

«O Governo (paquistanês) decidirá sobre a fabricação de um submarino nuclear, já que a Marinha está completamente preparada para materializar qualquer decisão do Governo», disse Ali.

O submarino nuclear indiano, INS Arihant, foi apresentado no domingo no leste do país em cerimónia militar que contou com a presença do primeiro-ministro, Manmohan Singh, que o classificou como uma «conquista histórica» e negou que representasse uma ameaça à região.

A Marinha indiana disporá no final deste ano de outro submarino nuclear, o Akula, de fabrico russo.

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Enviado por: Cabeça de Martelo em Julho 28, 2009, 12:08:50 pm
Sobre o submarino:

 :arrow: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3T0JMnd5Ab0 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3T0JMnd5Ab0)
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Enviado por: P44 em Setembro 22, 2009, 11:56:51 am

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Indian Navy launches stealth destroyer INS Kochi

The Indian Navy just got more muscle for its already capable fleet, by inducting India’s second indigenously designed Delhi-class stealth destroyer INS Kochi. The destroyer, named after the South Indian coastal city of Kochi, was launched from Mazagaon Docks in Goa and christened by Navy Chief Admiral Nirmal Verma’s wife Madhulika Verma.


The 6500-tonne warship was the second destroyer developed under the Rs. 8459 crore ( ~ $1.75 billion ) ’Project 15-A’ under which three guided-missile destroyers with stealth and a multi-role features will be built. Under this same project, Mazagaon docks had earlier launched the INS Kolkata back in 2006. The Kolkata series is the stealth version of the Delhi-class destroyers.

According to the Navy spokesperson, INS Kochi will have advanced stealth features that will make it less detectable on enemy radar and will have a state-of-the-art weapon system which includes the Indo-Russian ‘BrahMos’ surface-to-surface supersonic cruise missiles. It will also be armed with Israeli ‘Barak’ Long Range SAMs and ‘MFStar’ multi-functional radar for getting accurate information on surface and air targets. The ship will also have close-range combat capability with four AK-630 rapid-fire guns and a medium range gun, as well as twin-tube torperdo launchers and ASW ( Anti-Submarine Warfare) rocket launchers.

The shape of the ship avoids vertical surfaces, which would perfectly reflect any radar beams directly back to the emitter. Retro-reflective right angles are eliminated to avoid causing the cat’s eye effect. A stealthy ship shape is achieved by constructing the hull and superstructure with a series of slightly protruding and retruding surfaces.

The destroyer will be capable of carrying two multi-role helicopters onboard adding to its ASW capability and would be able to attain a maximum speed of 30 knots. After test runs, the INS Kochi will be inducted into the Navy in 2011.
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Enviado por: P44 em Fevereiro 13, 2010, 12:15:21 pm
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First Fleet Tanker For Indian Navy Launched At Muggiano

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17:17 GMT, February 12, 2010 Genoa | Today at Fincantieri’s shipyard in Muggiano (La Spezia) there was the launch of the first of two fleet tankers ordered by the Indian Navy, with delivery scheduled by the end of the year. Present at the ceremony were Arif S. Khan, ambassador for the Republic of India in Italy, Corrado Antonini, Chairman of Fincantieri, Admiral Franco Paoli, commander of the Naval Department of the Upper Tyrrhenian Sea. First announced at Euronaval in 2008, the order is the first surface vessel India has ever made to a European company and followed a selection procedure with strong international competitors, especially from Russia and Korea.

At 175 metres long, 25 wide and 19 high, the fleet tanker is a supply and logistic support vessel with a displacement at full load of 27,500 tonnes and a propulsion system of two 10,000 kW diesel engines enabling her to reach a maximum speed of 20 knots. Notable features of the vessel are its propulsion system incorporating a shaft with adjustable pitch propellers and a flight deck for medium weight helicopters (up to 10 tons). Maximum passenger capacity is 250 including crew and additional forces.
Equipped with double hatches the tanker can refuel four vessels at the same time.

In accordance with the new Marpol regulations of the International Maritime Organization regarding protection of the environment, the ship has been built with a double hull. This will afford greater protection to the fuel tanks, thereby avoiding the risk of pollution in case of collision or damage.

Cooperation with India started in 2004 when Fincantieri drew up two contracts with Cochin shipyard for the design of an engine (one of the most powerful non-nuclear propulsion systems in the world), technology transfer and provision of complementary services for the construction of the Indigenous Aircraft Carrier (IAC). Furthermore, in 2007 the company delivered the “Sagar Nidhi”, an oceanographic vessel for the National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT) of Madras, which is already operating off the Indian coast to the great satisfaction of the customer.

Fincantieri considers the East market and the development of cooperation with the high prestige Indian partner to be strategic, as witnessed by two events – the opening in recent years of a representative office in New Delhi and the company’s participation every year at the leading naval fair, “Defexpo”.

The partnership has been successful as the Indian Navy has exercised its option (provided under the original contract) and ordered a second sister fleet tanker, which is under construction at Fincantieri’s Sestri Ponente (Genoa) shipyard for delivery in late 2011.

http://www.defpro.com/news/details/13133/ (http://www.defpro.com/news/details/13133/)
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Enviado por: chaimites em Outubro 06, 2011, 03:05:49 am
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India to Invest USD 60 Billion in Fleet Modernization

Modernization of national navy conducted by Indian defense ministry will cost defense budget INR 3 trillion ($60.1 bln) in the nearest few years, reports TNN. This sum will be spent for procurement of surface ships, submarines, deck-based fighters, and coast-based patrol aircraft.

In particular, the mentioned sum includes repair and upgrade of Russian aircraft-carrying cruiser Admiral Gorshkov which will serve in Indian Navy as INS Vikramaditya. Besides, Russia builds three Project 1135.6 Talwar-class frigates for India. Also, Indian Navy are going to commission three Shivalik-class frigates (two of them are already in service) and other 46 surface ships including 7 destroyers, 4 corvettes, 9 patrol boats, and 4 helicopter carriers.

In addition, it is planned to purchase six Scorpene-class and six Project-75I submarines. The latter ones are supposed to have air-independent propulsion plants and cruise missiles. In 2012 Indian Navy will commission nuclear-powered submarine INS Arihant.

Indian Navy also plans to put in service 45 deck-based fighters MiG-29K/KUB, 12 patrol aircrafts P-8I Poseidon, and a number of ASW helicopters and UAVs.



(3 trillion Indian rupees = 61.29900 billion U.S. dollars)


http://shipbuildingtribune.com/2011/09/30/india-to-invest-usd-60-billion-in-fleet-modernization/
Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: Cabeça de Martelo em Outubro 07, 2011, 10:41:11 am
Chaimites, isso é apenas a norma na India. Pesquisa um pouco acerca de alguns programas militares da Força Aérea, como o MMRCA ou o Tejas.
Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: Lightning em Outubro 07, 2011, 09:59:50 pm
Citação de: "Cabeça de Martelo"
Chaimites, isso é apenas a norma na India. Pesquisa um pouco acerca de alguns programas militares da Força Aérea, como o MMRCA ou o Tejas.

Oú o AMCA
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_M ... t_Aircraft (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Medium_Combat_Aircraft)

O FGFA
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sukhoi/HAL_FGFA (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sukhoi/HAL_FGFA)

O MTA
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UAC/HAL_Il-214 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UAC/HAL_Il-214)

O DRDO AEW
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DRDO_AEW%26CS (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DRDO_AEW%26CS)

Projectos há tanto na Força Aérea como na Marinha, temos que ter a noção que a India é um dos grandes paises da Ásia, uma potência regional, e tem vizinhos pouco amistosos como o Paquistão e a China.
Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: HSMW em Janeiro 06, 2012, 10:40:06 pm
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A ser lançado este ano!
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Enviado por: HSMW em Junho 07, 2012, 04:29:50 pm
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The Indian aircraft carrier Vikramaditya will start sea trials in the White Sea this week.
By
Trude Pettersen

The carrier formerly known as "Admiral Gorshkov" has been under reconstruction at Sevmash shipyard since Russia in 2004 signed the agreement to sell and rebuild the vessel to the Indian navy.

The aircraft carrier will leave Sevmash to go for its first sea trials on the night to June 8. The different stages of the trials are expected to take some 120 days, a source at Sevmash says to RIA Novosti. Originally, sea trilas were planned to start in March, BarentsObserver reported.

The official date for delivering to the Indian Navy is December 4.

The carrier has a crew of both Indian and Russian sailors. The Indians will mostly have the role as observers. The vessel’s commander is Captain 1st rank Igor Ryabko.

The reconstruction of the carrier has included widening of the flight deck, construction of a 14 degree takeoff ramp with three aircraft arresting units, reconstruction of the engine from use of fuel oil to diesel.

The vessel, which in Russia has carried the name «Admiral Gorshov», will in India be known as the «Vikramaditja». The ship entered service in the Soviet Navy in 1987 under the name «Baku». It was taken out of service in 2004, after which the Indian Navy announced its interest in its takeover.

http://barentsobserver.com/en/securi...ady-sea-trials (http://barentsobserver.com/en/securi...ady-sea-trials)
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Enviado por: HSMW em Agosto 06, 2012, 06:05:07 pm
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INS Vikramadiya
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INS Viraat
Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: HSMW em Dezembro 23, 2012, 06:35:32 pm
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Saryu class patrol vessel

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Talwar Class Frigates

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INS Viraat

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INS Vikramaditya

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Enviado por: HSMW em Maio 19, 2013, 09:44:17 pm
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Enviado por: HSMW em Agosto 15, 2013, 02:01:27 am
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Enviado por: mafets em Agosto 16, 2013, 06:00:59 pm
http://www.naval.com.br/blog/2013/08/15/ins-sindurakshak-falha-no-carregamento-de-misseis-pode-ter-causado-explosao/#axzz2c9JqVMib

Desenvolvimentos do afundamento do submarino diesel-eléctrico indiano.
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Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: mafets em Outubro 16, 2013, 09:39:33 pm
http://www.naval.com.br/blog/2013/10/15/ins-vikramaditya-suspendera-para-mumbai-em-30-de-novembro/

Parece que é desta... :wink:

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Enviado por: mafets em Outubro 27, 2013, 04:01:55 pm
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Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: mafets em Novembro 04, 2013, 12:06:59 pm
http://www.naval.com.br/blog/2013/11/03/video-em-hd-ins-vikramaditya-e-seus-mig-29k/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=SWkwQPRT2hs

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Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: HSMW em Dezembro 15, 2013, 06:09:23 pm
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Enviado por: HSMW em Janeiro 05, 2014, 07:10:05 pm
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After a non-stop, 8000 nautical mile voyage without any port stops, the long delayed INS Vikramaditya has arrived in the Indian Navy's Area of Responsibility (AOR) and commenced integration with the Indian Navy Western Fleet.
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Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: mafets em Fevereiro 11, 2014, 07:20:31 pm
http://www.naval.com.br/blog/2014/02/11/ins-vikramaditya-teve-falhas-em-viagem-ate-base-naval/

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Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: Cabeça de Martelo em Fevereiro 12, 2014, 10:36:59 am
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Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: HSMW em Março 31, 2014, 12:54:05 am
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Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
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Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: mafets em Junho 28, 2014, 04:08:47 pm

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Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: HSMW em Julho 12, 2014, 10:12:55 pm
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Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: mafets em Fevereiro 16, 2015, 10:12:01 am
http://www.naval.com.br/blog/2015/02/13/porta-avioes-que-liderou-operacao-de-retomada-das-ilhas-malvinas-sera-aposentado/
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Um dos principais símbolos da derrota argentina na guerra das Malvinas está prestes a desaparecer.

Segundo o site noticioso do grupo britânico Jane’s, o comando da Marinha Indiana decidiu antecipar a retirada de serviço do porta-aviões ligeiro “INS Viraat” (“Gigante”, em sânscrito), ex-“Hermes”, de 24.000 toneladas, que, no período de abril a junho de 1982, liderou a força-tarefa da Grã-Bretanha incumbida de retomar o arquipélago malvinense (que os ingleses chamam de Falkland Islands).

O “Hermes” foi transferido para a Armada indiana em 1987, depois que a Armada Chilena informou ao governo de Londres que, apesar de seu interesse em possuir um navio-aeródromo, considerava a operação dessa unidade excessivamente dispendiosa – especialmente devido ao fato de que precisaria adquirir pelos menos uma dúzia de aeronaves de decolagem vertical Harrier, para compor seu destacamento aéreo.

Na Índia, a expectativa era de que o “Viraat” pudesse continuar na ativa pelo menos até 2017, ou 2020. Mas agora o cronograma prevê que ele seja desincorporado no ano que vem, logo depois da Parada Naval de Visakhapatnam (importante cidade portuária da costa leste da Índia), prevista para o mês de fevereiro.

A medida relativa ao “Viraat” é conseqüência de um relatório interno da Marinha indiana que apontou a operação completamente antieconômica do navio – evidência que vem se agravando desde 2010.

Na verdade, além desse aspecto econômico, há um segundo motivo para a aposentadoria do porta-aviões: o desgaste da sua pequena frota aérea, formada por dez caças Sea Harrier – nem todos plenamente operacionais. Em caso de emergência, o “Viraat” pode transportar até 26 aeronaves.

Com a desativação de seu navio-aeródromo ligeiro, a Esquadra indiana ficará, pelo espaço de dois anos, com apenas um porta-aviões, o “INS Vikramadytia” (ex-“Almirante Gorshkov”, russo), de pouco mais de 45.000 toneladas – navio-capitânea da frota indiana desde 2013. Essa situação só deve se modificar em 2018, época em que os almirantes locais esperam receber seu primeiro porta-aviões de construção nacional: o “Vikrant” (“Corajoso”, em sânscrito), de 40.000 toneladas.
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Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: P44 em Fevereiro 20, 2015, 06:33:35 pm
Govt Approves Construction of 7 Stealth Frigates, 6 Nuclear-Powered Submarines
(Source: Times of India; published Feb 18, 2015)
NEW DELHI --- In a major step towards building a formidable blue-water Navy for the future, the Modi government has cleared the indigenous construction of seven stealth frigates and six nuclear-powered attack submarines, which together will cost well upwards of Rs 1 lakh crore ($16.1 billion—Ed.)

The Cabinet committee on security (CCS) took these decisions in tune with the "critical necessity" for India to bolster its "overall deterrence capability" in the entire Indian Ocean Region (IOR), especially its primary area of strategic interest stretching from the Persian Gulf to Malacca Strait.

Under the over Rs 50,000 crore 'Project-17A' for stealth frigates, four will be constructed at Mazagon Docks in Mumbai and three in Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers in Kolkata. "The contract will be inked with MDL and GRSE this month itself, with an initial payment of Rs 4,000 crore," said a source.

Both the defence shipyards are already geared up for the project because it's a "follow-on" to the three 6,100-tonne stealth frigates built by MDL, INS Shivalik, INS Satpura and INS Sahyadari, which were inducted in 2010-2012.

The new multi-mission frigates will be larger, faster and stealthier than the Shivaliks as well as packed with more weapons and sensors to operate in "a multi-threat environment". But it could well take a decade, if not more, to build all the seven frigates.

The complex project for the nuclear-powered submarines (SSNs) will take longer. After the CCS approval, technical parameters or naval staff qualitative requirements (NSQRs) will now be drafted for the over 6,000-tonne submarines.

The SSNs are likely to be constructed at the secretive ship-building centre (SBC) in Vizag, where India's first three SSBNs (nuclear-powered submarines with nuclear ballistic missiles) are being built to complete the country's nuclear weapons triad.

The government has basically "reworked" the 30-year diesel-electric submarine-building plan, approved by the CCS in 1999, which envisaged induction of 12 new conventional submarines by 2012, followed by another dozen by 2030. But with no new submarine inducted till now, the government has decided to go in for six SSNs and 18 conventional vessels, said sources.

Nuclear-powered submarines are much deadlier than diesel-electric submarines since they do not need to surface every few days to get oxygen to recharge their batteries. "SSNs, which usually carry only conventional missiles, can swiftly and quietly undertake long-range patrols. They can run at high speeds like 30 knots for much longer distances, hunting for targets and gathering intelligence," said an expert.

INS Chakra, the nuclear-powered Akula-II class SSN taken on a 10-year lease from Russia, may not be armed with long-range missiles due to international treaties, but has bolstered India's depleting underwater combat arm that is currently grappling with just 13 ageing conventional diesel-electric submarines.

Armed with 300km range Klub-S land-attack cruise missiles and advanced torpedoes, INS Chakra can be a potent 'hunter-killer' of enemy submarines and warships as well as provide effective protection to a fleet at sea.

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Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: olisipo em Abril 06, 2015, 03:31:00 pm
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Employees and journalists gather around the Indian Navy's first indigenously-built Scorpene attack submarine, "Kalvari", at Mazgaon dock in Mumbai, India, Monday, April 6, 2015. (AP photo/Rafiq Maqbool).

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Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: P44 em Abril 08, 2015, 06:54:45 pm
India's First Scorpene Submarine Kalvari Undocked: A Major Milestone for Project 75
 
Kalvari, the first Indian Navy’s Scorpene class diesel electric submarines (SSK) being built under the Project 75, under collaboration with French company DCNS, achieved a major milestone today (07 Apr 2015) with her ‘undocking’ at the Mazagon Dock Limited (MDL) India’s prime shipyard located in Mumbai .

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India's first Scorpene class submarine during the undocking ceremony. Picture: Indian MoD
          
The event was witnessed by the Defence Minister Shri Manohar Parrikar, the Chief Minister of Maharashtra Shri Devendra Fadnavis and the Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral RK Dhowan amongst other dignitaries present at the landmark occasion.

Addressing the staff and workers at a glittering ceremony at the Eastman yard, Shri Parrikar urged them “to strive towards making the yard a globally renowned one and to play a critical role in Indian Navy’s goal of becoming a true Blue water Navy”. The project 75 which has already seen a delay of almost 40 months has now been brought on track and the delivery schedule for the successive submarines have been reduced. Shri Parrikar asked the defence public sector yards viz. Mazagon Docks Limited and Goa shipyard to double their production in the coming three years.

Shri Parrikar said as far as P75(I) Project is concerned, private players can also be invited for joint venture which would help early fruition of the project. He warned that if the project is not completed in the stipulated time, the defaulting yard would have to pay penalty but an early completion would be rewarded with a bonus. He also asked MDL to take a lead in the skill development of local unemployed youth.

With a name steeped in the long and glorious tradition of its illustrious predecessor, an erstwhile Russian ‘Foxtrot’ class submarine, Kalvari, upon its scheduled commissioning in 2016, would lend an enormous fillip to the Indian Navy’s underwater capability. The remaining five boats of the Project 75 would be delivered by the yard to the Navy by 2020 and would form the core of the Navy’s submarine arm for the next two decades.

The Scorpene submarines would pack a potent punch. She would be equipped with anti-ship missiles and long range guided torpedoes alongwith modern sensor suite.

After having delivered two Shishumar class submarines in the early nineties, the event further highlights MDL’s position as the premier submarine building yard for the Indian Navy. From a small dry dock built to service ships of the East India Company, MDL today is at the forefront of warship construction with the P 15 B class destroyers and P 17 A class stealth frigates being the latest. As the exclusive public sector shipyard manufacturing submarines in the country, Project 75 marks a critical milestone in the Yard’s continued relevance asa defence public sector undertaking constructing submarines.


The Scorpene submarines are the precursor to the Navy of tomorrow and their induction into the Navy justifies the Indian Navy’s credo of “Glorious wake, Vibrant future.”

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Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: P44 em Abril 09, 2015, 10:09:18 am
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Indian Navy test-fires nuclear capable Dhanush ballistic missile from Patrol Vessel
 
India on Thursday tested its nuclear-capable ballistic missile Dhanush from an Indian Navy patrol vessel in the Bay of Bengal in Odisha, eastern India. The missile test, fired from an offshore patrol vessel (OPV), was described as successful by the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO).

The single-stage, liquid-propelled Dhanush has already been inducted into the armed services and is one of the five missiles developed by the DRDO under the Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme
     
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Dhanush missile installed on INS Subhadra patrol vessel
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With a pay-load capacity of 1000 kg, Dhanush is a naval version of the nuclear-capable ballistic missile Prithvi. It is capable of carrying both conventional and nuclear warheads and can strike targets up to 350 km away.

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Dhanush missile launching from INS Subhadra patrol vessel
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It can target both land-based and sea-based targets. The missile has already been inducted into the armed services and the Strategic Forces Command personnel randomly picked up the missile from the production lot for Thursday’s trial, which was carried out as part of regular user training.
 
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Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: olisipo em Abril 20, 2015, 07:26:03 pm
India launches first-of-class Project 15b guided missile destroyer

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Mazagon Dockyard Limited launched "Vishakhapatnam", the first of four 7,300 tonne Project 15b guided missile destroyers being built by the Indian Navy in Mumbai today. According to IN officials, this ship will be commissioned in July 2018 and delivery of the three remaining ones will be completed at two year intervals by 2024 at an overall cost of $4.89 billion.

"Vishakhapatnam" is a follow-on from the Project 15a destroyers, the first of which, "IN Kolkata", was comissioned in August 2014. The remaining two -Kochi and Chennai - are expected to join service by early 2016.
Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: P44 em Junho 14, 2015, 07:36:42 pm
India's First Indigenous Aircraft Carrier INS Vikrant Undocked by Cochin Shipyard
 
India on June 10th undocked its first indigenously-built aircraft carrier INS Vikrant at Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) in the South West of the country. The ship, built at CSL, will now undergo final outfitting followed by a series of sea trials before its induction into the Indian Navy.
     
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India's first indigenous aircraft carrier, INS Vikrant, undocked at the Cochin Shipyard.
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The launch of the 37,500-tonnes, 260 metres long and is 60 metres wide vessel is behind schedule by three years. It is expected to start its sea trials in 2016 before being commissioned into the Indian Navy by the end 2018

"Almost 90 per cent of works below the fourth deck, all underwater works, is over. Major equipment have gone in. Cabling, piping, electrical works, heat and ventilation works will take place now. Delivery of systems and components for the aviation complex designed by the Russian Nevoske design bureau is expected anytime now," said an official.

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India's first indigenous aircraft carrier, INS Vikrant, undocked at the Cochin Shipyard.
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Maximum speed of the ship is announced at 28 knots, the ship reported range is 7,500 nautical miles at a speed of 18 knots. INS Vikrant is set to receive a large crew complement composed of 160 officers and 1,400 sailors.

The aircraft carrier will be able to accommodate 30 fighters and helicopters, including Mig-29K fighters and Ka-31 helicopters.

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Enviado por: mafets em Julho 03, 2015, 10:07:13 am
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Kolkata-based shipbuilder Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers (GRSE) launched three fast attack craft (FAC) for the Indian Navy at its Rajabagan shipyard on 30 June.

The vessels - Tarmugli (T 91), Tillanchang (T 92), and Tihayu (T 93) - are the first three vessels to be built under a four-ship order from March 2013. The ships have been dubbed 'follow on waterjet fast attack craft' (FOWJFAC) by the Indian Navy.

Production of the vessels started on 16 July 2013 for the first pair and 24 January 2014 for the subsequent pair. IHS Jane's understands that GRSE is planning to deliver the first pair by December, the third vessel in February 2016 and the fourth - to be named Tarasa - by March 2016.

The vessels, which feature a length of 48 m, a beam of 7.5 m, and a displacement of 315 tonnes, are an improved variant of the Car Nicobar-class patrol boats, according to the Indian Navy. Improvements include an enhanced electrical power generation capacity of 280 kW and twice the reverse osmosis (RO) capacity at 4 tonnes per day.

The propulsion system consists of three Hamilton waterjets driven by three MTU 4000 series engines through ZF gearboxes. MTU's MCS-5 machinery control system is also installed. Top speed is approximately 35 kt, while range is about 2,000 n miles at 12-14 kt.

Armament consists of a 30 mm CRN-91 gun mount and associated stabilised optronic pedestal for fire control, machine guns, and man-portable Igla surface-to-air missiles. Electronics equipment includes navigation radar, a LINK II tactical datalink and satellite communication (SATCOM) antenna for connectivity to the Indian Navy's 'Rukmani' SATCOM network.

The FOWJFACs will be used for maritime security operations in India's exclusive economic zones.
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Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: mafets em Julho 18, 2015, 10:23:57 am
http://www.janes.com/article/53056/india-requests-overseas-design-help-for-second-indigenous-carrier
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The Indian Navy (IN) has invited responses by 22 July from overseas contractors to assist in designing a 65,000-tonne aircraft carrier, industry sources said.

The IN sent a letter of request (LoR) to BAE Systems, DCNS, Lockheed Martin, and Rosoboronexport on 15 July. It requires them to provide technical and costing proposals for the Indigenous Aircraft Carrier-2 (IAC-2) within a week.

On 17 July a BAE Systems spokesperson in New Delhi confirmed receipt of the LoR two days earlier.

IN sources said the LoR follows the 13 May allocation to the IN of INR300 million (USD4.83 million) by the ministry of defence (MoD) to begin concept work on IAC-2, likely to be named Vishal (Grand).

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Título: Re: Marinha da Índia
Enviado por: mafets em Setembro 07, 2015, 12:18:38 pm
http://www.janes.com/article/54022/grse-lays-keel-for-indian-navy-s-eighth-mk-iv-lcu
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Work has started on the Indian Navy's final Mk IV LCU
The LCUs will augment the Indian Navy's amphibious capability
India's state-owned shipyard, Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers (GRSE), has laid down the final landing craft utility (LCU) Mk IV vessel on order for the Indian Navy, the company confirmed to IHS Jane's on 4 September.

A keel-laying ceremony for the 62 m vessel was held on 31 August at the company's Kolkata shipyard. "This last ship in the contract will be delivered to the Indian Navy by 2016 and all work is currently on schedule for all ships," a GRSE public relations officer told IHS Jane's .

GRSE signed an INR21 billion (USD317 million) contract with the Indian Navy in September 2011 to supply eight amphibious landing craft to transport vehicles and personnel for the Indian Army. The LCU has lift capacity for up to 216 personnel, including 160 fully equipped soldiers and 56 crew.

The first-of-class was launched in March 2014.

"The ship can be deployed for maritime roles such as maritime security, beaching and unbeaching operations, humanitarian relief operations and evacuation from distant islands, [and] search-and-rescue operations, besides peacekeeping missions," said a statement from the Indian Ministry of Defence marking the launch of the fourth LCU in March.

According to IHS Jane's Fighting Ships , the 830-tonne platform carries two 30 mm CRN-91 guns and is fitted with a Bharat Electronics-built EON-51 electro-optic director. The vessel is powered by two MTU 1,840 kW marine diesel engines with a twin fixed-pitch propeller propulsion system and has a maximum speed of 15 kt and a range of 1,500 n miles.
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Enviado por: NVF em Setembro 30, 2015, 04:39:36 pm
India commissions second Kolkata-class destroyer

http://www.janes.com/article/54907/india-commissions-second-kolkata-class-destroyer

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The Indian Navy (IN) commissioned INS Kochi , the second of three locally designed 7,500-tonne Project 15A stealth missile destroyers, in Mumbai on 30 September.

Built by Mazagon Dock Limited (MDL) for INR40 billion (USD615 million), Kochi is the second Kolkata-class destroyer, the first of which joined IN service in August 2014 following a four-year delay.

" Kochi is as good as any foreign warship," Indian Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said at a commissioning ceremony at Mumbai's Naval Dockyard.

Chennai , the third Project 15A destroyer, is scheduled for commissioning by the end of 2016.

Project 15A follows on from Project 15, under which three 6,700-tonne Delhi-class destroyers were built by MDL and commissioned between 1997 and 2001.

" Kochi will add more teeth to the navy, helping it discharge its duty in safeguarding our interests in the Indian Ocean Region," said IN chief of staff Admiral R K Dhowan. "It further reaffirms our resolve and faith in indigenous shipbuilding and the 'Make in India' programme."

Officials from the Directorate of Naval Design (DNB) said about 70% of the 163 m-long Kochi had been sourced locally. While it is fitted with locally developed combat management, automatic power management, and auxiliary control systems, the vessel's imported systems include four Ukrainian Zorya-Mashproekt DT-59 gas turbines, propellers, shafting, radars, sensors, and weaponry.

The destroyer is being commissioned without its Barak Next-Generation (NG) or Barak 8 long-range surface-to-air missiles (LR-SAM), which have been under joint development since 2006 by India's Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)-Rafael.

The 70 km-range Barak 8 was scheduled for induction by 2012 but is likely to be test-fired from INS Kolkata later in 2015 before going into series production. IN officials claim that, following land-based trials in Israel in November 2014, the LR-SAM's strike range has been extended by 20 km to about 90 km.

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The Indian Navy commissioned second-in-class Project 15A destroyer INS Kochi on 30 September. Source: Indian Navy

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Like its sister ship IN Kolkata, Kochi has an integrated mast featuring the multi-mission IAI-Elta El/M-2248 MF-Star active phased array radar and the El/M-2238 L-band STAR surveillance radar. (Indian Navy)
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Video oficial da Marinha indiana
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http://navaltoday.com/2015/12/07/oldest-aircraft-carrier-in-service-to-decommission/ (http://navaltoday.com/2015/12/07/oldest-aircraft-carrier-in-service-to-decommission/)
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ndian Navy’s aircraft carrier, INS Viraat, the oldest aircraft carrier in service in the world, might become an aircraft carrier museum.

The last British-built ship in the Indian Navy is planned to be decommissioned after it participates in the International Fleet Review 2016, which will take place in February in Visakhapatnam, India.

The Indian Government said it received a letter from the Indian coastal district Dakshin Kannada for setting up an Aircraft Carrier Museum on INS Viraat, at Mangaluru.

Some other coastal states have also shown their interest. Accordingly, all the coastal State Governments including State Government of Karnataka have been requested to convey their commitment in view of large financial support required for this project.

The Centaur class Aircraft Carrier, INS Viraat was the flagship of the Indian Navy, before the INS Vikramaditya was commissioned in 2013. INS Viraat was completed and commissioned in 1959 as the Royal Navy’s HMS Hermes and was transferred to India in 1987.
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Enviado por: olisipo em Fevereiro 24, 2016, 03:44:53 pm

Indian nuclear submarine "Arihant" successfully passes tests

http://sputniknews.com/military/20160223/1035201584/india-nuclear-submarine-arihant-passed-tests.html
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Enviado por: mafets em Maio 04, 2016, 03:11:16 pm
http://www.janes.com/article/59924/india-begins-sea-trials-of-first-scorpene-submarine (http://www.janes.com/article/59924/india-begins-sea-trials-of-first-scorpene-submarine)
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India has begun sea trials of its first Scorpene diesel-electric attack submarine
Trials signal that the vessel is on track for a 2016 commissioning
The first of six Kalvari (Scorpene)-class diesel-electric attack submarines (SSKs) on order for the Indian Navy has begun its maiden sea trials, the Indian Ministry of Defence (MoD) announced on 1 May.

The vessel, Kalvari (S 50), conducted the trials off the coast of Mumbai on the same day that a number of the platform's systems, including propulsion, steering, navigation, and communications, were tested. "Various standard operating procedures were also validated for this new class of submarines", the MoD said.

Kalvari , which is a part of an INR230 billion (USD3.46 billion) contract signed in October 2005 under India's Project 75 submarine construction programme, was floated out at Mazagon Dockyard Limited (MDL) in April 2015.

According to IHS Jane's Fighting Ships , the DCNS-designed boat features an overall length of 66.4 m, an overall beam of 6.2 m and a hull draught of 5.8 m. The vessel is armed with six 533 mm torpedo tubes that can deploy the SM-39 Exocet Block 2 anti-ship missile.

Powered by four MTU 12V 396 SE84 diesel engines, the platform has a top dived speed of 20 kt and top surfaced speed of 11 kt. The boat has a surfaced range of 6,500 n miles at 8 kt and can accommodate a crew of 31 including six officers.

Kalvari has been scheduled for further tests in the coming months including diving and acoustic trials. The boat is slated for commissioning in September 2016.
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Enviado por: olisipo em Maio 08, 2016, 09:08:19 am


Indian Navy: Official video
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Enviado por: mafets em Julho 21, 2016, 09:24:54 am
https://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/indian-patrol-vessels-sink-port-due-poor-maintenance/?utm_source=FB&utm_medium=FacebookPage&utm_campaign=social (https://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/indian-patrol-vessels-sink-port-due-poor-maintenance/?utm_source=FB&utm_medium=FacebookPage&utm_campaign=social)
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Local media reports that two Indian Navy vessels, used for patrolling Mumbai waters, have sank at the Mumbai naval dockyard following a fire.

2 security boats of Indian Navy sink at Naval Dockyard in Mumbai following fire onboard: Navy sources.

Navy sources told news agency PTI that there was no loss of life or collateral damage to other naval assets in the harbour and that a board of inquiry has been ordered into the incident.

The sources said the fire broke out early morning in one of the security boats.

“During the fire fighting, two boats suffered damages and ingress of water and are submerged in shallow waters inside the naval harbour area. Efforts are in progress to salvage the boats.”

The last few months have underlined severe issues with accidents in the Indian Navy. In March, A fire broke out on the soon-to-be decommissioned aircraft carrier INS Viraat which resulted in the death of one and the injury of three others. In April, a sailor lost his leg while two others were injured in an oxygen cylinder explosion on board INS Nireekshak. The explosion took place while a diving bailout bottle, a small 12-inch oxygen bottle that is carried by divers in their diving helmet, was being charged. The sailors were admitted in the Military Hospital, Trivandrum as the ship was on it way to Mumbai from Visakhapatnam.

In June, two people, a sailor and a civilian contractor, were killed by a toxic gas leak that occurred during maintenance work in the Sewage Treatment Plant compartment during the first refit of the aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya at Karwar. Two other people were injured and taken to the naval hospital.
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Enviado por: olisipo em Outubro 27, 2016, 04:30:14 pm
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Não o acredito.

Ukraine agrees to provide engines for Indian frigates built in Russia

http://navaltoday.com/2016/10/26/ukraine-to-provide-engines-for-indian-frigates-built-in-russia/
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Enviado por: perdadetempo em Novembro 05, 2016, 02:37:07 pm
O relatório de auditoria da Marinha Indiana e Guarda Costeira para o ano de 2015, realizado pela versão indiana do tribunal de contas:

http://www.cag.gov.in/sites/default/files/audit_report_files/Union_Defence_Services_Navy_and_Coast_Guard_Report_No_17_of_2016.pdf

Para quem não gostar de números, também tem umas partes interessantes sobre as vicissitudes da construção do novo porta-aviões indiano e os problemas operacionais encontrados com os MIG-29K.

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Enviado por: HSMW em Dezembro 05, 2016, 04:36:35 pm
Indian Navy frigate Betwa tips over during undocking

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É o que se chama virar o barco...



http://defence-blog.com/news/indian-navy-frigate-betwa-tips-over-during-undocking.html
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Two Dead As INS Betwa Guided-Missile Frigate Capsizes at Mumbai Dockyard

http://gcaptain.com/two-dead-after-indian-navy-ship-capsizes-at-mumbai-dockyard/
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Enviado por: HSMW em Março 07, 2017, 09:08:12 pm
World’s Oldest Aircraft Carrier INS Viraat Decommissioned; Could Be Scrapped or Sunk After Hotel Deal Stalls

https://news.usni.org/2017/03/06/worlds-oldest-aircraft-carrier-ins-viraat-decommissions
A Índia também já encostou o Viraat



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Enviado por: Vitor Santos em Março 07, 2017, 09:35:35 pm
A diferença é que lá (Índia) eles tem um outro porta-aviões. Já por cá (Brasil).... :'( :'(
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Enviado por: Lusitano89 em Abril 15, 2017, 12:50:12 pm
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Enviado por: HSMW em Julho 06, 2017, 09:32:24 pm

A marinha indiana retirou de serviço no dia 29 de Março, os últimos 3 Tu-142M da sua frota.
Passa a utilizar oito P-8I Poseidon e um Ilyushin Il-38SD.

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A fleet of Soviet-made Tu-142M maritime patrol aircraft was retired Wednesday at a ceremony in India, after almost three decades of impeccable service, the Indian Navy has announced.
The TU142M aircraft were given a befitting farewell in a special ceremony organized today (29 Mar 2017) at INS Rajali, India’s premiere Naval Air Station in Arakkonam," a Defense Ministry statement read.

Admiral Lanba praised Tu-142Ms, developed in 1960s, for the "stellar role" they had played in defending the country, accomplishing 30,000 hours of accident-free flying. He said the squadron’s legacy would be upheld by Boeing’s P-8 Poseidon aircraft.
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Enviado por: Lusitano89 em Dezembro 14, 2017, 07:33:30 pm
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Enviado por: mafets 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 (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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Enviado por: Lusitano89 em Janeiro 12, 2018, 01:37:29 pm
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Enviado por: P44 em Março 24, 2018, 07:45:42 pm
India abate fragata de 1985 e draga-minas de 1987 e 1988

https://navaltoday.com/2018/03/23/indian-navy-decommissions-frigate-three-minesweepers/
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Enviado por: P44 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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INS Vikramaditya in Action


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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 (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.

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Indian P-8I anti-submarine warfare, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft (Picture Source: Boeing)
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Indian Navy inaugurates first aircraft carrier dry dock

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

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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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Vikrant being moved for fitting out in June 2015. Indian Navy picture.

India’s Defence Secretary Reviewed Progress on IAC INS Vikrant

The progress on the construction of the Indigenous Aircraft Carrier (IAC-P71) project was reviewed by Indian Defence Secretary, Shri Ajay Kumar, on January 20, 2020, at Cochin Shipyard Limited.

Xavier Vavasseur 22 Jan 2020


The Defence Secretary was heading Empowered Apex Committee (EAC). The review critically examined the current status of the project as the future INS Vikrant is in a very advanced stage of construction and is scheduled to commence Basin Trials in early 2020 followed by the Sea Trials by mid 2020.

This is the 13th EAC Review Meeting of the Project and the first to be held after the signing of the Phase-III of the IAC Contract on 31 Oct 2019 between Government of India, Ministry of Defence & Cochin Shipyard Limited.

The Defence Secretary was accompanied by Vice Admiral Ashok Kumar, Vice Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral GS Pabby, Chief of Materiel, Vice Admiral  SR Sarma, Controller Warship Production & Acquisition from IHQ MoD(Navy) and other senior officers from IHQ MoD(Navy), Warship Overseeing Team and Carrier Acceptance & Trials Team.

According to the Indian MoD, IAC construction is in an advanced state with all four Gas Turbines, main engines having been started, Power Generation Systems comprising of eight Diesel Alternators ready and trials of ship’s major systems and auxiliary equipment in progress. IAC had successfully completed the Pre-Contractors Sea Trials dry dock work package in Dec 2019. Basin trials are conducted for proving of the propulsion, transmission and shafting systems and is scheduled in early half of 2020. The Aircraft Carrier would be ready to commence the Sea Trials once the Basin trials are successfully completed.   
   
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The aircraft carrier will be able to accommodate up to 30 fighters and helicopters, including Mig-29K fighters jets and Ka-31 helicopters.

Back in 2015, India’s minister of defense announced that the indigenous aircraft carrier INS Vikrant would be delivered to the Indian Navy in December 2018. Local media reported in May 2017 that the procurement delays has been resolved and the carrier’s fitting-out was 62% complete, with trials of the auxiliary systems scheduled by late 2017. The latest reports indicate that India’s first locally made aircraft carrier will be commissioned in 2021.

INS Vikrant is a 260 meters long and 60 meters wide vessel displacing 37,500-tonnes. Maximum speed of the ship is announced at 28 knots, with a range of 7,500 nautical miles at a speed of 18 knots. INS Vikrant is set to receive a large crew complement composed of 160 officers and 1,400 sailors. The aircraft carrier will be able to accommodate up to 30 fighters and helicopters, including Mig-29K fighters jets and Ka-31 helicopters.

https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2020/01/indias-defence-secretary-reviewed-progress-on-iac-ins-vikrant/
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Russian Navy Black Sea Fleet frigate Admiral Makarov Project 11356. Russian MoD picture.

India Cuts Steel For Its First Locally-Built Project 11356 Frigate

India’s Goa Shipyard Limited (GSL) cut a steel plate for its first locally built Project 11356 frigate on September 21. The official ceremony of steel cutting was being live-streamed on the same day by the Ishwari Digital media platform.

Xavier Vavasseur  27 Sep 2020

TASS Russian news agency

During the ceremony, the Vice Chief of the Indian Navy’s (IN’s) Staff Vice Admiral G Ashok Kumar cut the first plate of steel for the premier Indian-built Project 11356 frigate.

In his turn, a representative of GSL said the construction of the Project 11356 frigates would be the largest shipbuilding program to be conducted by the enterprise. “Thanks to the commencement of the project, the shipyard has entered the league of the Indian enterprises that are capable of building large surface combatants. Therefore, India’s capabilities to construct this type of defense hardware will be dramatically reinforced,” he said. “We are planning to fulfill the program in time. The enterprise rapidly adopted to the COVID-19 pandemic in order to minimize its impact on manufacturing processes,” he added.

According to the representative of GSL, the new ships will incorporate “a large number” of indigenous subsystems.

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Goa Shipyard Limited picture showing the keel laying ceremony for the first firgate

India has designated the new ship ‘Advanced Missile Frigate’ (AMF). “GSL commences production of Advanced Missile Frigates, with ‘First Steel Cutting’ today at the hands of Vice Chief of Naval Staff Vice Admiral G Ashok Kumar — another landmark step in Defence Shipbuilding and a major boost to ‘Make in India’ and ‘Atma Nirbhar Bharat’ [projects],” said GSL in a tweet on September 21.

Russia and India previously contracted the delivery of four Project 11356 frigates to the Asian country. Under the deal, the Yantar Shipyard (a subsidiary of Russia’s United Shipbuilding Corporation) and GSL are set to build two ships each.

The Project 11356 frigate is designed to strike surface/underwater combatants and aerial targets in both blue and green waters. The ships operate both in battle groups and as standalone naval platforms. The frigate is armed with an A-190 10 mm naval gun, strike missiles (including the Kalibr and Shtil missile weapons), and torpedoes. The ship can store a Kamov Ka-27 naval rotorcraft. The Project 11356 frigate is 124.8 m long and has a displacement of 3,620 t, a full speed of 30 kt, and a cruise range of 4,850 nm.

The naval platform has been designed with the use of stealth technologies; the acoustic signature of the ship has also been reduced, while the system’s protection against high-precision weapons has been reinforced. The frigate’s powerplant integrates four gas-turbine engines. The ship can employ only one gas-turbine engine to sail in order to increase the service life and cost-effectiveness ratio of the main powerplant.

Another representative of GSL told TASS at the Army 2019 international military-technical forum that the Indian Project 11356 frigate would receive a number of locally built subsystems, including a 76 mm naval gun, the BRAHMOS cruise missiles, two 30 mm anti-aircraft guns, two torpedo launchers, and a rocket launcher. The source added that the sensor suite of the new ship would also comprise several Indian items, including a sonar, an information combat-management system, and an electronic warfare system.

https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2020/09/india-cuts-steel-for-its-first-locally-built-project-11356-frigate/
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Enviado por: P44 em Novembro 13, 2020, 09:20:56 am
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India’s only carrier, the INS Vikramaditya, is equipped with a ski-jump ramp to launch aircraft, as is a second carrier - the INS Vikrant - that has yet to enter service.

In US Navy service the Super Hornet is launched by catapults, a capability that could feature on a proposed third Indian aircraft carrier.

“The [ski-jump] testing is going to take place sometime in the first quarter at [NAS] Patuxent River,” says Shockey.

New Delhi has a requirement for 57 carrier-borne fighters - a contest which will pit the Super Hornet against the Dassault Rafale.

In addition, the Indian Navy has elected to proceed with an ambitious all-new twin-engined carrier-based fighter, abandoning its proposed Hindustan Aeronautics LCA Navy MkII.
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Enviado por: P44 em Maio 12, 2021, 11:45:57 am
Indian Navy’s aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya had a minor fire incident on 8 May, with all personnel safe and no damage done.

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The fire was immediately put down by the Navy personnel, according to the local sources. No damage was done to both the Navy personnel and the vessel.

INS Vikramaditya is a modified Navy Kiev-class aircraft carrier that India bought from Russia in 2013. Previously named Admiral Gorshkov, it was renamed in honor of Vikramaditya, the legendary emperor of ancient India.

The warship was originally built as Baku and commissioned in 1987, and served the Soviet Navy before the Russian Navy. It decommissioned in 1996.

After being purchased by the Indian Navy, it was extensively refurbished with new propulsion systems, hull sections, sensors, and flight deck. It was operationally deployed with a full complement of MiG-29 aircraft in May 2014.

The ship was berthed in Karwar Harbour in the southwestern state of Karnataka.

An investigation is launched to identify the cause of the fire.

https://www.navaltoday.com/2021/05/10/ins-vikramaditya-caught-minor-fire/
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Indian navy to float $6 billion tender for six submarines
By: Vivek Raghuvanshi    1 day ago

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The Indian Navy's third Scorpene-class submarine "Karanj" is pictured at its launch ceremony at the Mazagon Dock Shipyard in Mumbai in 2018. International shipbuilders are now vying for another submarine contract cleared by the Indian government under the name Project 75-I. (Punit Paranjpe/AFP via Getty Images)


NEW DELHI – India’s government has approved the launch of a $6.14 billion program for the construction of six conventional submarines under Project 75-I.

The approval was granted by the defense ministry’s procurement body, the Defence Acquisition Council, on June 4. It permits the Indian navy to publish a tender for six submarines, with a target audience of domestic shipbuilders.

Officials cleared the issue of a Request for Proposals (RfP), which “envisages indigenous construction of six conventional submarines equipped with the state-of-the-art Air Independent Propulsion (AIP) system,” the ministry of defense said in a press statement.

“This is a landmark approval, being the first case processed under the strategic partnership model,” the statement reads. India’s strategic partner’s policy, introduced by the MoD in June 2017, allows the selection of private-sector companies to produce major weapons and platforms, including submarines, in partnership with overseas original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

A senior Indian navy official said the MoD has already shortlisted two domestic companies – state-owned Mazagon Dockyard Limited (MDL) and private firm Larsen & Toubro Ltd, and five foreign vendors: Rubin Design Bureau of Russia, Naval Group of France, Navantia of Spain, ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems (TKMS) of Germany, and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering of South Korea.

The official said a formal tender will be issued to two domestic shipyards within the next two months, with the expectation that those companies will then team up with one of the five foreign vendors.

https://www.defensenews.com/global/asia-pacific/2021/06/07/indian-navy-to-float-6-billion-tender-for-six-submarines/
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Enviado por: P44 em Julho 21, 2021, 10:05:19 am
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Once fully implemented, the Project-75(I) submarine program would complement the Indian Navy existing fleets of submarines (Credit: Indian Navy)

Indian MoD Issues A Request For Proposal For The Construction Of Six P-75(I) Submarines

As a major initiative towards ‘Make in India’, Ministry of Defence (MoD) has issued Request of Proposal (RFP) for the first acquisition programme under the Strategic Partnership Model for construction of six AIP fitted Conventional Submarines named Project 75 (India) [P-75(I)] for the Indian Navy, on July 20, 2021.
Martin Manaranche  20 Jul 2021

Indian Ministry of Defence press release

The RFP was issued to shortlisted Strategic Partners (SPs) or Indian Applicant Companies for the project viz, M/s Mazagaon Dock Shipbuilders Limited (MDL) and M/s Larsen & Tubro (L&T). The project cost is over Rs 40,000 crore.

Project-75(I) envisages indigenous construction of six modern conventional submarines (including associated shore support, Engineering Support Package, training and spares package) with contemporary equipment, weapons & sensors including Fuel-Cell based AIP (Air Independent Propulsion Plant), advanced torpedoes, modern missiles and state of the art countermeasure systems. This would provide a major boost to the indigenous design and construction capability of submarines in India, in addition to bringing in the latest submarine design and technologies as part of the project.

Post receipt of responses to the Expression of Interest (EoI), shortlisting of potential Strategic Partners (SPs) and Foreign OEMs was undertaken. The shortlisted SPs to whom the RFP has been issued would be collaborating with any of the shortlisted Foreign OEMs viz, M/s Naval Group-France, M/s TKMS-Germany, M/s JSC ROE-Russia, M/s Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Co Ltd-South Korea and M/s Navantia-Spain. These five foreign firms are the world leaders in the field of conventional submarine design, construction and all other related technologies. The foreign OEMs will be the technology partner in the SP Model. Foreign OEMs will enable SP for construction of submarines, achieving high levels of indigenization, and ToT for various technologies. These OEMs would enable setting up of dedicated manufacturing lines for these submarines in India by providing ToT for submarine design and other technologies and make India the global hub for submarine design and production.

The project would not only aid in boosting the core submarine/ship building industry but would also greatly enhance manufacturing/industrial sector, especially the MSME by development of an industrial eco-system for manufacture of associated spares/systems/equipment related to submarines. In order to achieve these objectives, the RFP has key features like mandatory level of indigenous manufacture of platforms, ToT for design/ manufacture/ maintenance of submarines and a few critical equipment and systems, setting up of an eco-system in India for such indigenisation and incentivisation for other key technologies, etc.

The overall aim would be to progressively build indigenous capabilities in the public/private sector to design, develop and manufacture complex weapon systems for the future needs of the Armed Forces. This will be an important step towards meeting broader national objectives, encouraging self reliance and aligning the defence sector with the ‘Make in India’ initiative of the Government.

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https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2021/07/indian-mod-issues-a-request-for-proposal-for-the-construction-of-six-p-75i-submarines/
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Porta aviões VIKRANT inicia provas de mar

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The Indian Navy’s future power: Kolkata-Class and Visakhapatnam-Class Destroyers


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The Kolkata-class and Visakhapatnam-class destroyers are the Indian Navy’s most proficient surface combatants today. Therefore, they will retain these designations until the Project 18-class destroyers are launched in 2028.

History and Background
In 1980, India began an indigenous destroyer design and construction program. The first vessel in this series, INS Delhi, was put down in 1987 and launched in 1991. However, due to the Soviet Union’s disintegration, the armament systems for the Delhi-class, also known as the Project 15-class, we’re unable to be delivered on time. As a result, the program was delayed by three years. Finally, the Indian Navy could commission INS Delhi in 1997.

In 1986, India launched the Kolkata-class destroyer program as a replacement for the Delhi-class destroyers. Initially, the program’s objective was to design and build a surface combatant capable of superior air defense, ground attack, anti-submarine warfare, and anti-ship warfare to its predecessor. However, the Indian Navy later requested a new destroyer based on the Delhi class with advanced technology subsystems and a stealth design. Thus, in 2000, India authorized the construction of a new kind of warship dubbed the Kolkata-class.

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The Kolkata-Class
The Kolkata class, also known as the Project 15A-class, has similar dimensions to the Delhi class. But, there are nearly 2,500 modifications to its design than its predecessor’s. Similar to previous naval shipbuilding programs, India also experienced unfortunate problems and delays in the Kolkata class. Russia could not deliver naval-grade steel on time. While the design works continued, the Indian Navy decided to change the ship’s surface-to-air missile system and gun. Also, it demanded the inclusion of a sonar dome and modification of the helicopter hangar. Naturally, these changes caused delays.

In 2003, Mazagon Dock Limited lay down INS Kolkata, the first ship of this type. However, the difficulties were not resolved. The Ukrainian supplier was unable to supply the ship’s propellers and shafts. As a result, India had to place a new order with Russia for propellers and shafts in 2006. In the same year, INS Kolkata was launched. However, some issues arose during the sea trials. For instance, working the engine, gearbox, and shaft concurrently resulted in increased noise. Additionally, a malfunctioning carbon dioxide valve resulted in a tragic accident in 2014. Each issue is addressed individually, and the Indian Navy commissioned the INS Kolkata in 2014.

Three ships of this class are among the region’s most capable surface combatants, and they represent a watershed moment in India’s shipbuilding technology.

The Visakhapatnam-Class
Visakhapatnam-class aircraft, also known as Project 15B-class aircraft, is a more capable variant of the Kolkata class. In 2011, India authorized the construction of the Visakhapatnam-class. Its hull is identical to that of the Kolkata class. However, significant alterations have occurred in the superstructure. For instance, the Visakhapatnam-class is more stealthy than its forerunner. The bridge and tower have been rebuilt to lower the radar cross-section. Additionally, it features a flush deck and enhanced acoustic and infrared signature reduction technologies. The Visakhapatnam-class helicopter is secured through a rail-less helicopter traversing system.

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It is network-centric in design and includes a ship data network, an autonomous power management system, and a combat management system. This feature enables the complement to be reduced while enhancing fighting efficiency. In 2013, India lay down the first of four ships in its class, the INS Visakhapatnam. Two years later, she was launched. This year, the Indian Navy intends to commission the destroyer.

General Features of Kolkata-Class
The Kolkata class has a total enrollment of 390 crew. It has a 7,400-ton displacement. The destroyer measures 163.2 meters in length, 17.4 meters in beam, and 6.5 meters in draught. Four Zorya-Mashproekt DT-59 reversible gas turbines with a combined output of 20,705 horsepower offer a top speed of 30 knots. The ship’s range is 15,000 kilometres at an economical speed of 18 knots. The frigate is armed with two eight-cell vertical launchers for BrahMos anti-ship missiles, four eight-cell vertical launchers for Barak 8 air defence missiles, a 76mm Super Rapido gun, four AK-630 close-in weapon systems, four 533mm torpedo tubes, and two RBU-6000 anti-submarine warfare rocket launchers.

The Kolkata class is equipped with a spacious hangar and flight deck to accommodate two Sea King or Dhruv helicopters. Visakhapatnam-class aircraft is slightly lighter than its predecessors. These ships are capable of network-centric warfare. Due to its cooperative engagement capability, a destroyer of these classes may execute an operation using sensor data from other boats and armament systems. The Indian Navy is the second Navy in the world, after the US Navy, to have achieved the capacity and the first in Asia.

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These classes’ S-band EL/M-2248 MF-STAR radars are capable of surveillance and fire control operations. It can detect, identify, and track fighter jets at a range of 250 kilometres and missiles at a range of 25 kilometres. The radar is capable of monitoring more than 100 targets concurrently. The D-band LW 08 radar can detect a target with a radar cross-section of 2 square meters at a range of 260 kilometres. It is capable of tracking 64 targets concurrently.

General Features of The Visakhapatnam-class
The Visakhapatnam-class ships are armed with the 127mm Mk 45 Mod 5 gun, which ranges 37,000 meters. The EL/M-2248 MF-STAR radar controls the destroyers’ AK-630 close-in weapon systems. Five thousand rounds per minute are the rate of firing of the AK-630. It has an effective range of around 5,000 meters. The anti-submarine warfare rocket launcher RBU-6000 has an effective range of 5,230 meters and a depth capability of 1,000 meters. Typically, salvos of 1, 2, 4, 8, or 12 rockets are launched. Automatic reloading occurs. These ships are armed with 53-65 KE active homing torpedoes with a range of 18,000 meters or SET-65 active-passive homing torpedoes with 20,000 meters. These destroyers are equipped with aviation facilities to accommodate two Sea King or Dhruv helicopters.

Conclusion
China’s ambition today is to control the whole Indian Ocean, beginning with the Malacca Strait. It works to forge alliances with many countries in the region, most notably Pakistan, to accomplish this purpose. As a result, the already tricky Sino-Indian relations have deteriorated further in recent years. A powerful navy is critical for India now more than ever. That increases the value of destroyers of the Kolkata and Visakhapatnam classes. The Kolkata-class destroyers are assigned to the Indian Navy’s Western Naval Command and India’s shipbuilding industry’s pride and joy.

https://navalpost.com/kolkata-and-visakhapatnam-class-ddg/
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Enviado por: P44 em Outubro 14, 2021, 10:29:42 am
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The 4 Submarines Competing For The Indian Navy’s P-75I Program
The Indian Navy's P-75I submarines will be larger and much more potent than the Kalvari Class now entering service. They will be the bedrock of India's submarine fleet at a time when the strategic focus is leaning towards China as well as the traditional adversary, Pakistan. There are 4 contenders.
H I Sutton  14 Oct 2021

There are four contenders for the Indian navy’s next-generation P75I submarine. They are currently submitting design proposals to the Indian Government. Whatever the outcome the boats are expected to all be built in India. So the deal will factor in political and industrial considerations as well as naval requirements.

The four contenders are the Barracuda from France, the S-80-Plus from Spain, DSME-3000 from South Korea and Amur design from Russia. Germany had also been a contender but recently said that they dropped out.

All of the contenders have their merits and it is likely to be a tough choice for the Indian Navy. Below we outline the different designs.

The Indian Navy’s detailed requirements have not been shared. Based on reports and analysis of their current capabilities, investments and threat focuses, two things seem sure. The first is that P75I will have AIP (air independent power). The second is that they would prefer a VLS to launch Brahmos anti-ship missiles. Taken together, the P75I will have to be much larger than previous Indian navy conventional submarines.

Both the AIP and VLS will present challenges and difficult decisions. Like all major submarine projects, trade-offs will have to get made. India has developed its own fuel cell AIP which it is planning to fit to the current French-designed Kalvari Class (Scorpene type). This is a logical choice for the P75I also, particularly from the perspective of indigenous industry. However the Indian Navy is likely to be very interested in the AIP already available with the designs. Incorporating the local AIP would increase development risks, and close off opportunities to access better AIP systems.

The VLS will be a challenge because all the contenders are relatively small boats. It is unclear how dependent the contract will be on a VLS, or whether alternative missile options will be considered.

1. Barracuda Class Submarine
France’s Naval Group is believed to be offering a diesel-electric version of their Barracuda nuclear submarine. The nuclear version is already in service with the French Navy (Marine Nationale) as the Suffren Class. Being from the same lineage as the Kalvari Class currently being built in India, it can be seen as a strong contender.

The diesel-electric version could have some design features from the SMX-3.0 design. This was exhibited at DEFEXPO in India in 2020. This may include the sail-mounted hydroplanes (as opposed to hull mounted on Suffren) and AIP. The French AIP system uses fuel-cells with a diesel reformer to eliminate the need for onboard hydrogen storage. It has been shore tested for years.

Perhaps the largest design advantage of the Barracuda is simply its size. The hull diameter of around 8.5 meters is the largest of the competitors. This should make it comparatively less challenging to fit a VLS, even with the massive Brahmos missile. The related SMX Ocean concept already has a VLS, and the baseline Barracuda class can anyway launch MdCN land-attack cruise missiles.

Other noteworthy features of the French design are likely to include X-form rudders and a pump-jet. This latter feature may also be of interest in India’s nuclear submarine projects.

We can speculate that French nuclear submarine technologies and/or access to extra-large uncrewed underwater vehicle (XLUUV) technologies, may also be a factor. Naval Group recently revealed that they have had an XLUUV demonstrator in the water since last year.

2. DSME-3000, South Korea’s Missile Submarine
South Korea has recently spread its wings and entered the submarine export game, selling boats to Indonesia. They are understood to be proposing an export version of their home-grown KSS-III design. This is a relatively large non-nuclear boat, likely second only to the Barracuda.

The type comes with German based fuel-cell AIP. The layout, with a hull section essentially dedicated to AIP, suggests that it would not be too challenging to swap it for the Indian alternative.

And South Korea is ahead of most countries in the race to fit lithium-base battery technology to submarines. This promises to extend the endurance of submarines when running on batterie. Naturally this may be attractive to the Indian Navy, even potentially diminishing the importance of AIP.

Its differentiating feature is that it already comes with a six or ten round VLS. In South Korean service this is expected to carry the Hyunmoo 4-4 missile, which is roughly equivalent to India’s K-15 Sagarika but without a nuclear option. While exact dimensions and weights are not available, this at least implies that it could accommodate the similarly sized Brahmos.

Carrying a VLS in such a small submarine likely needs some trade-offs, like fewer weapons slots in the regular torpedo room. But overall the South Korean design seems balanced and highly capable.

3. Spain’s New Entrant: S-80 Plus
Another new country to submarine exports, Spain’s Navantia is offering a variant of their latest S-80 plus design. This is a larger boat than the Scorpene design (per India’s Kalvari Class), but smaller than the South Korean or French options.

The AIP is a fuel-cell system with bio-ethanol reformer. So like the French system there is no need for hydrogen storage. Currently Spain’s S-80 Plus boats are not running with AIP, but the system is being tested and should go to sea in the next few years.

It is unclear whether Navantia is proposing a VLS. The design was always intended to be compatible with land-attack cruise missiles shot from the torpedo tubes.

4. The Russian Option: Amur
Essentially the export versions of the Lada Class, the Amur family of submarines has been offered for several years. Russia already has strong ties with the Indian Navy and some related Kilo Class submarines are still in their service. The Amur shares some lineage to the Kilo but features a single-hull configuration.

Despite having the smallest hull diameter of the contenders (1.5 meters less than the Barracuda), design models have frequently shown a VLS. This seems to have been for smaller Kalibr sized weapons rather than the Brahmos however.

Another challenge for the Amur designs could be AIP. Russia has yet to develop an AIP system for its Lada Class. Possibly the Indian AIP system is key to the proposal.

Like France, Russia may be seen as having a ‘home advantage’ because of the strong historic relationship. There have been reports that Russia views this as an opportunity to joint-develop the next generation of non-nuclear submarine. How this sits with other reports of the same thing with China remains unclear.

https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2021/10/the-4-submarines-competing-for-the-indian-navys-p-75i-program/
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Video: India’s First Domestically-Built Carrier is Out on Sea Trials

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PUBLISHED OCT 26, 2021 7:30 PM BY THE MARITIME EXECUTIVE

 
India’s first domestically built aircraft carrier, the Vikrant, departed for its second round of sea trails as the vessel prepares for delivery. More than 20 years since planning first began, and beset by numerous construction delays, the aircraft carrier is now expected to be commissioned in 2022, possibly coordinated with the government’s plans to celebrate India’s 75 years of independence in 2022.

Planning for the Vikrant reportedly started in 1999 with construction beginning a decade later. Built at the Cochin Shipyard, the vessel is also known as Indigenous Aircraft Carrier 1 becoming an object of pride for the nation which currently only has one aircraft carrier, a Russian-built vessel. The government is celebrating that nearly three-quarters of the Vikrant and her equipment was built in India.

The Vikrant is approximately 860 feet long with a beam of over 200 feet and a height of 193 feet to the top of the conning tower. She will carry a complement of nearly 1,700 including 196 officers. 

India chose to build a mid-sized carrier which when completed will be approximately 45,000 tons full load. She is outfitted with a high degree of automation for navigation as well as operations and will be able to accommodate both fixed-wing and rotary aircraft. Her initial air wing will include MIG fighter jets, helicopters, and early warning system helicopters.

The Vikrant features a STIBAR design with a ski jump at the front of the flight deck for launching aircraft under their own power. It uses a STOBAR design, short take-off, barrier arrested recovery, system.

Power for the aircraft carrier is from four General Electric gas turbines and two Elecon COGAG, combined gas turbine gearbox driving two shafts. The vessel is designed to operate at top speeds of between 28 and 30 knots with a maximum range of 7,500 to 8,000 nautical miles at a speed of 18 knots.

The Vikrant undertook its first sea trials in August 2021, pronounced a success by the Indian Navy. The vessel departed on October 24 for its second round of trials.
 

https://www.maritime-executive.com/article/india-s-first-domestically-built-aircraft-carrier-on-sea-trials
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Indian Navy To Commission 1st Project 15B DDG, 4th Scorpene Submarine
The Indian Navy is set to commission 2 vessels by the end of the month: The first Project 15B Project guided missile destroyer "Visakhapatnam" and the fourth Scorpene type submarine (Kalvari-class) "Vela". The first Survey Vessel Large (SVL) "Sandhyak" will be launched.
Naval News Staff  18 Nov 2021

Indian MoD press release

November would be a landmark month for the Indian Navy with Commissioning of ‘Visakhapatnam’, the first stealth guided missile destroyer ship of the Project 15B in the presence of Hon’ble Raksha Mantri Shri Rajnath Singh on 21 Nov 21. Commissioning of Vela, the fourth submarine of Project-75 is also scheduled on 25 Nov 21 and the Chief Guest for the event is Chief of Naval Staff. These would be followed by the launch of first ship of Survey Vessel Large project, Sandhayak in early Dec 21.

Visakhapatnam has been constructed using indigenous steel DMR 249A and is amongst the largest destroyers constructed in India with an overall length of 163m and displacement of over 7400 tons. The ship has a significant indigenous content of approx. 75% contributing towards AtmaNirbhar Bharat. The ship is a potent platform capable of undertaking multifarious task and missions spanning the full spectrum of maritime warfare. Visakhapatnam is equipped with array of weapons & sensors, which include supersonic surface-to-surface and surface-to-air missiles, medium and short-range guns, anti-submarine rockets and advanced electronic warfare and communication suit’s. The ship is propelled by a powerful combined gas and gas propulsion which enables her speed of over 30 knots. The ship has the capability of embarking two integrated helicopters to further extend her reach. The ship boasts of a very high level of automation with sophisticated digital networks, Combat Management System and Integrated Platform Management System.

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Six Submarines are being constructed under theProject-75. With the commissioning of Vela, the project would have crossed the half way mark. These submarines are being constructed at M/s MDL and construction is based on the French Scorpene class design. M/s Naval Group, the French collaborator for this project.  The submarine has been slotted to join the Submarine fleet of the Western Naval Command. The indigenous Construction of Submarines is indicative of the maturity of the Indian construction capability as well as the realization of ‘Atma-Nirbharta’. Vela is the fourth Submarine and has completed most of its trials and is combat worthy and ready to take on operational tasking.

‘Sandhyak’ is the first of the four Survey Vessels (Large) (SVL) Project being built by Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers (GRSE), Kolkata for Indian Navy. The contract for building four SVL ships was signed between MoD and GRSE on 30 Oct 18. These large Survey ships envisaged to replace the existing Sandhayak Class survey ships are equipped with new generation hydrographic equipment including AUVs, ROVs, 11m survey boats and advanced indigenous data acquisition systems to collect and analyze for collecting oceanographic and geophysical data in the Indian Ocean Region.

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The curtain raiser for the Commissioning ceremony and the launch was held on 16 Nov 21 by VAdm SN Ghormade, the Vice Chief of Naval Staff (VCNS) with Chief of Materiel, Controller of Warship Production & Acquisition, Director General of Naval Design, Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Submarines), Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Policy & Plans), Director (Submarines & Heavy Engineering), MDL and Director (Shipbuilding), GRSE in attendance. Speaking on the occasion, the VCNS stated that the event highlights the capability and capacity of, not just the Indian Navy but also of MDL, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and MSMEs in realizing the National Objectives of “Make in India” and “AtmaNirbhar Bharat”.

On the occasion, VCNS also brought out that presently, 39 Naval ships and submarines are being constructed in various shipyards. This in turn has created enormous opportunities for not only the indigenous shipbuilding industry but also the associated support industries.

VCNS also brought out that the commissioning ceremony, also coincides with the ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ and ‘Swarnim Vijay Varsh’ celebrations, and the induction of INS Visakhapatnam and INS Vela, is thus not only another step towards strengthening our defence preparedness but also our humble tribute to the sacrifices made by our freedom fighters for the independence of the nation and our brave soldiers during the 1971 war.

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INS Visakhapatnam was commissioned into the Indian Navy in the presence of the Indian Ministry of Defence Raksha Mantri Shri Rajnath Singh at Naval Dockyard, Mumbai on Nov.21, 2021.
INS Visakhapatnam, a P15B stealth guided-missile destroyer, was commissioned into the Indian Navy in the presence of Raksha Mantri Shri Rajnath Singh at the Naval Dockyard, Mumbai on November 21, 2021. The event marks the formal induction of the first of the four ‘Visakhapatnam’ class destroyers, indigenously designed by the Indian Navy’s in-house organisation Directorate of Naval Design and constructed by Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited, Mumbai.

In his address, the Raksha Mantri termed INS Visakhapatnam as a symbol of the growing maritime prowess of the country and a major milestone in achieving Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s vision of ‘Make in India, Make for the World’. He added that the ship is a reminder of ancient and medieval India’s maritime power, shipbuilding skills and glorious history. Shri Rajnath Singh exuded confidence that the state-of-the-art ship, equipped with latest systems and weapons, will strengthen the maritime security and protect the interests of the Nation. He defined the ship as one of the most technologically advanced guided missile destroyers in the world which will cater to the present & future requirements of the Armed Forces and the Nation as a whole.

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Shri Rajnath Singh appreciated the self-reliance efforts of the Indian Navy, terming Navy’s order of 39 of the 41 ships and submarines from Indian shipyards as a testament to their commitment towards achieving ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’. He described the development of Indigenous Aircraft Carrier ‘INS Vikrant’ as an important milestone in their path to achieve ‘Aatmanirbharta’. “The carrier will increase our reach from the Indian Ocean to the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean. Its commissioning will be a golden moment in the history of the Indian Defence. It will be the best occasion to celebrate the 75th anniversary of India’s independence and the 50th anniversary of India’s victory in 1971 war,” he said.

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