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The interesting thing about the last picture is, see how fast the Shivalik is able to turn. It is able to turn 90 degrees within about two times it's length! The water trail almost looks like two perpendicular lines.
20 of such subsequent upgaraded platforms will add termendious puch to the Indian navy.We sould work faster on nuclear and indegenious electric submarine.When we can make work class warships we can make lehal submarines too.
You are right . But I feel that the induction of these surface vessels is a mere eyewash to cover serious shortcomings in the submarine acquisition plan leading to a navy which cannot protect itself let alone the nation.The admirals are conspiring with instead of taking on the Govt. and " honest Anthony" on this.
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