Indian Navy inaugurates 4th edition of annual Regional Maritime Security Course

The fourth edition of the annual Regional Maritime Security Course (RMSC) for naval officers from friendly foreign countries was inaugurated here on Tuesday by Rear Admiral Sandeep Beecha, Commandant, Naval War College (NWC).

Officers from Bangladesh, Maldives, Mauritius, Myanmar, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Vietnam are participating in this eight-week programme. Welcoming the participants, the Commandant stressed the importance of maritime security in nation-building and highlighted the need for navies in the Indian Ocean Region to forge stronger ties.

The course was first launched by the Naval War College (NWC) at Goa in the year 2016. The course curriculum covers a wide canvas in the strategic and maritime domain. Read More

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