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Indian Navy’s Expanding Surveillance of Bay of Bengal, Southern Indian Ocean

Indian Navy commissioned the Indian Naval Air Squadron (INAS) 313 on 22 July. This is the fifth Dornier aircraft squadron commissioned into the Indian Navy by Admiral Karambir Singh, PVSM AVSM ADC Chief of the Naval Staff at an impressive ceremony held at Naval Air Enclave, Meenambakkam near Chennai. The Squadron will be operating from Chennai International Airport. With commissioning of INAS 313, the State of Tamil Nadu will have three naval air bases; which is the highest number for any Coastal State. INS Rajali at Arakkonam and INS Parundu at Ramnad are the other two air bases in Tamil Nadu. This is the third squadron of Dorniers of the Indian Navy covering the Bay of Bengal and the Southern Indian Ocean..............

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