Vice Admiral Sunil Anand, NM Assumes Charge As Controller Of Logistices

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Vice Admiral Sunil Anand NM has assumed duties of the Controller of Logistics wef 01 May 17 on superannuation of his predecessor Vice Admiral Jaywant Korde PVSM AVSM VSM. Prior to assuming the present appointment, he was Assistant Controller of Logistics at IHQ MoD(Navy) New Delhi.

An alumnus of Indian Naval Academy, Vice Admiral Sunil Anand NM was commissioned into the Indian Navy on 01 Jul 1983. He has rendered sea service onboard INS Vidyut as a Missile Gunnery Specialist. As a Logistics Officer he has served onboard INS Sutlej, INS Krishna as part of the commissioning crew, and INS Delhi a guided missile Destroyer. The officer is also an alumnus of the Defence Services Staff College, Wellington and the Naval War College Goa where he did the Higher Command Course.

Amongst his various appointments ashore Vice Admiral Sunil Anand NM has served as Command Logistics Officer, Material Superintendent at Western Naval Command, Command Logistics officer of the Tri Services Command based at Andaman & Nicobar, Chief Staff Officer (Personnel & Administration) of two Commands of the Indian Navy i.e. Western and Southern Naval Command.

A keen swimmer and an avid reader, he is married to Mrs Poonam Anand and they have two daughters.

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