Indian Navy & Royal Navy shares views on maritime operations




To exchange and share views on the maritime areas of Anti-Piracy, Humanitarian Assistance, Disaster Relief, Information Sharing, amphibious warfare training and submarine rescue operations, the Royal Navy (RN) Ship HMS Daring from UK is on a visit to Mumbai from June 11 to 14. The ship is commanded by Capt Guy Robinson and has a crew of 227 personnel.
The Indian Navy (IN) officials said that during her stay, the ship's crew interacted with various personnel of the Western Naval Command. CO Daring and Naval & Air Adviser UK called on the Flag Officer Commanding Western Fleet Rear Admiral AR Karve.
The IN has traditional links with the RN and has come a long way in institutionalising the defence relationship between the two countries. Both Navies over the years have built up high levels of interoperability through conduct of Konkan Series of bi-lateral exercises.

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Saturday, June 16, 2012

Indian Navy & Royal Navy shares views on maritime operations



To exchange and share views on the maritime areas of Anti-Piracy, Humanitarian Assistance, Disaster Relief, Information Sharing, amphibious warfare training and submarine rescue operations, the Royal Navy (RN) Ship HMS Daring from UK is on a visit to Mumbai from June 11 to 14. The ship is commanded by Capt Guy Robinson and has a crew of 227 personnel.
The Indian Navy (IN) officials said that during her stay, the ship's crew interacted with various personnel of the Western Naval Command. CO Daring and Naval & Air Adviser UK called on the Flag Officer Commanding Western Fleet Rear Admiral AR Karve.
The IN has traditional links with the RN and has come a long way in institutionalising the defence relationship between the two countries. Both Navies over the years have built up high levels of interoperability through conduct of Konkan Series of bi-lateral exercises.

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