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Do Indian Navy sailors carry guns?

Do Indian Navy sailors carry guns?

Indian naval ships have the following main guns; A-190(E) 100mm, 100mm AK-100 naval gun, AK-176-M 76mm gun, AK-76/62 76mm gun, Twin mount gun (76mm), Oto Melara 76mm Super Rapid Gun Mount (SRGM). The auxiliary guns include; AK-630 6-barreled 30mm Gatling gun, AK-230 twin 30mm gun.

Which is the most powerful Indian Navy ship?

INS Vikramaditya The mighty 45,000-tonne aircraft carrier is the flagship of the Indian Navy. INS Vikramaditya can deploy over 30 aircraft and is armed with powerful sensors, command and control facilities. The carrier supplies the country with a very powerful power-projection tool.

What is retirement age in Indian Navy?

If you decide to pursue your career in the Navy for 15 years as a sailor or 20 years as an Artificer or 20 years as an Officer, you qualify for a life-long pension. Think about it: By the age of 35 to 45 you could choose to retire from service with an assured monthly pay check for the rest of your life.

Can I resign from Indian Navy?

(1) Subject to the provisions of sub-section (4), officers and sailors shall be liable to serve in the Indian Navy or the Indian Naval Reserve Forces, as the case may be, until they are duly discharged, dismissed with disgrace, retired, permitted to resign, or released.

Which is India’s best destroyer?

INS 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 7,400 tons. INS Visakhapatnam is the first stealth-guided missile destroyer ship of Project 15B. Mumbai (Maharashtra):

How many destroyers India has?

Seventeen destroyers have served, or currently serve, in the Indian Navy. The navy operates 11 guided-missile destroyers from three classes: Kolkata class, Delhi class, and Rajput class. Six other destroyers (three R class and three Hunt class) have been decommissioned and scrapped.

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