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11 Comments on "Indian Navy’s 2-Star Submarine Chief Faces Veteran Fire"

captainjohann
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2 years 5 months ago
These retired guys have no job except to criticise. Indian naval arm is comparatively young compared to many Navies. But these guys will tallk about US navy or European Navy. Even russian navy is comparatively older.Again they will come out with creation of Joint chief of staff office as if naval chief did not have access to Defence Minister..An Airforce officer can demand F22 and crib about MIG 21 but then one has to take what we have and increase safety standards and streamline SOPs as the machine ages.A battery fire or the cable fire in what way is connected… Read more »
captainjohann
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2 years 5 months ago
These retired guys have no job except to criticise. Indian naval arm is comparatively young compared to many Navies. But these guys will tallk about US navy or European Navy. Even russian navy is comparatively older.Again they will come out with creation of Joint chief of staff office as if naval chief did not have access to Defence Minister..An Airforce officer can demand F22 and crib about MIG 21 but then one has to take what we have and increase safety standards and streamline SOPs as the machine ages.A battery fire or the cable fire in what way is connected… Read more »
Anonymous
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Anonymous
2 years 5 months ago

&#@! you. Sail in a coffin and stay there.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
2 years 5 months ago
First order of the day is to ensure that there is direct contact by the concerned defence minister and the chiefs of staff. Red tapism (#%&$ing bureaucrats!) Should be done away with or kept to a minimum. Whu don't the armed forces show sone guts and have a few "chats" with these IAS penpushers? Why don't their covert ops pay them a visit or two every now and then? Keep them interested and sincere in their work? Why don't the 3 chiefs have a direct chat with the Defence Minister and tell him exactly what they want? And make sure… Read more »
Avataran
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Avataran
2 years 5 months ago

I honestly don't understand why everyone wants to blame Antony for all the fracas that is happening. It is not in his hands if Officers do not follow SOPs or if submarine batteries are not replaced.

rustom
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rustom
2 years 5 months ago

Those who jump up to dangling carrots are later made the scape goats ..MoD goes scot free..well after all the men in the armed forces are from the same society that sniff up to seniors..otherwise the MoD would have known its place as during the time of Carriappas and Manecshaws…

Anonymous
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Anonymous
2 years 5 months ago

The rot that exists is deep at the highest echelons, both within the armed forces and much more at the Defense ministry.

For those who are sensitive about hearing -ve comments about AKA – the nirma white dhoti pls. go peddle your wares somewhere else!!! What credentials does he have, he has proven to be a curse and not a crusader against corruption. I hope we don't have a war coming soon one of these days, because if it does I will be the first to stand in line to shoot all these morons!!

Prodyut
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Prodyut
2 years 5 months ago

The Defence Secretary should not be allowed to get into the "submarine" or "stealth " mode now.
If the submarine was sailing with another submarine 's batteries it is not because the Navy loves to change 200 batteries each weighing several hundred kilos. Was it, despite being legally valid, being a case of penny wise and pound foolish? Each cahnge will require connecting the harness and in a cramped submarine it is a potential source of error and tragedy. The Olympian mandarins must explain why the Navy has to scrimp on "running" stores.

Cactus | Lily
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2 years 5 months ago

Surely, he's the "Submariner In Chief". He isn't fat enough to be a submarine…

Ankit
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Ankit
2 years 5 months ago

A K Antony == Scam-antony, Indecisive Tony, Blacklist Tony

IAF = Imported Air Force
IN = In-danger Navy
IA = Inflated Army
MoD = Ministry of Douchebags

That's how India's national security situation is as of now.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
2 years 5 months ago

Sad. We have issues, it does not mean whole stuff be condemned. It s also a reflection on MOD, in specific on defence secretary. The role needs to rake charge and work with service chiefs to make things happen. Service chiefs remain public face of the Indian armed forces and everyone looks upon them to be flag bearer of Indian sovernignity

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