50 Years of Western Naval Command: From Karachi seize to peace operations, WNC has seen it all

Three years after its formation in 1968, the Western Naval Command (WNC) was in war-deployment mode with the OSA-class missile boats of the 25th killer squadron setting Karachi ablaze during Operation Trident and Operation Python in early December 1971. From that time till date the submarines which were on combat patrol are continuing to do so till date.

The sentinels on the Western Seaboard the Western Naval Command of the Indian Navy, remains mission deployed and totally focused towards the building of a resurgent maritime India. Read More

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