Indian Navy inducts Submarine Rescue System


The Indian Navy has inducted a Submarine Rescue System with a Deep Submergence Rescue Vessel (DSRV), along with the associated equipment.

This System has a Side Scan Sonar for locating the position of the submarine in distress at sea, providing immediate relief by way of posting Emergency Life Support Containers with the help of Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) and thereafter rescuing the crew of the submarine using the DSRV itself, the Indian Navy said in a statement.

The Indian DSRV has the capability to rescue personnel from a distressed submarine (DISSUB) up to a depth of 650 m and it is the latest in terms of technology and capabilities.  Read More

 

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