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RIMPAC-22: World’s Greatest Maritime Exercise – INS Satpura, Fighter Planes, And Missiles In Action

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  • The fact that INS Satpura participated in RIMPAC-22 9000 nautical miles from the Indian coast is proof that the Indian Navy is able to conduct operations anywhere in the world.
  • An exercise involving a big force at theatre level marked the event's conclusion. An aircraft carrier battle group

This year, 26 nations took part in RIMPAC, the largest maritime exercise in the world, which was held in and around southern California and Hawaii. India launched the 6000-ton guided missile stealth frigate INS Satpura, which is capable of hunting down and destroying enemies on land, at sea, and in the air.

In Hawaii, the United States, Joint Base Pearl Harbour is hosting RIMPAC-22. The biennial Rim of Pacific, often known as RIMPAC, was in its 28th year.

INS Satpura participated in the multilateral exercise and took part in anti-submarine, anti-ship and anti-air warfare exercises with multi-national navies in the Pacific Ocean during the sea phase apart from undertaking cross-deck landings of Indian Naval helicopter on foreign warships and replenishment at sea.

Along with 20 MPRAs from the seven participating countries, P8I LRMRASW also took part in coordinated multinational, multiplatform operations for advanced anti-submarine warfare.

28 nations, 38 warships, 9 land forces, 31 unmanned systems, 170 aircraft, and more than 25,000 soldiers participated in RIMPAC-22. Beginning on July 12, 2022, and ending on August 4, 2022, is the sea phase.
The fact that INS Satpura participated in RIMPAC-22 9000 nautical miles from the Indian coast is proof that the Indian Navy is able to conduct operations anywhere in the world.

Ships participated in basic and advanced level integration exercises during the first two sub-phases of the sea phase of RIMPAC-22, which was separated into three sub-phases. An exercise involving a big force at theatre level marked the event’s conclusion. An aircraft carrier battle group, submarines, maritime reconnaissance planes, unmanned aerial vehicles, remotely piloted surface ships, as well as an amphibious force landing operation and joint operations with multinational navies’ Special Forces, all took part in the exercise.

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