PART 2 OF THE INDIAN FUTURE WEAPONS SERIES On the morning of 7 November 2017, India’s most complicated and troublesome […]
PART 1 OF THE INDIAN FUTURE WEAPONS SERIES At one end of a sparsely lit chamber is a cluster of […]
Nearly a decade after a tragic crash of its second prototype that killed a three-member Indian Air Force test crew, […]
gun looks too small for such a big vessel. Am i missing something?
This is not a destroyer, its a coastguard vessel designed to deter close rang targets with CRN and deploy tactical inflatable boats & troops for hijacking and neutralizing unwarranted vessels….It way better than sending in a friggin destroyer or a large ship like we used to ,its economical and efficient .
HILCA Navy was supposed to fly on Dec 7th. What happened? Any kahabar Shiv?
Never saw any more videos about the LCH? Any testing pics etc?Any more being built?
Doesn't Vijit mean "one who has been conquered"…..
@regular 10:00,'vijit' here should mean the 'winner' or 'victorious'.As in '….. vijit ghosit kiye jate hain.'My guess.
[email protected]:05That would be 'Vijayee ghosit kiye jate hain' for the winner. The loser would be 'Vijit'.
the ship uses very small gun thats to 30mm caliber, and if iam not wrong just one.Sankalp class AOPV's also has same gun. cant we fit big guns on this ships. Samar class AOPV's has oto melera 76mm mount. please use a big caliber gun
Why can't India fit cruise missiles like the Russians did with their Caspian sea fleet.
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