The brochure released by the Navy on the occasion of INS Teg’s induction today at St Petersburg.
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Congrats Indian Navy
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— These are not special forces. It is actually good to put a name to the many faces of those who proudly serve our motherland. Equally, it is a subtle warning to the Chinese that the Captain of this stealth warship was trained in Japan. Being knowledgeable of the seas in that part of the world means INS Teg can be deployed on day 1 to that region if situation demands it.
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