Indian Navy maintains deterrent presence in Arabian Sea


This build-up appears to consist of 72 warships and 60 aircraft, and include an aircraft carrier (the INS Vikramaditya), nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines (the INS Arihant and INS Akula-II), a nuclear-powered attack boat (ths INS Chakra), a Scorpene-class submarine (the INS Kalvari), some destroyers and frigates, and various Boeing P-8I submarine hunter planes.

”The overwhelming superiority of Indian Navy in all three dimensions forced the Pakistan Navy to remain deployed close to the Makran coast and not venture out in the open ocean” says the Indian Navy. Read More

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