Visit Of Indian Warships to Male, Maldives

Visit Of Indian Warships to Male, Maldives Indian Naval ships Vikramaditya, Mysore and Deepak are scheduled to visit Male from 15 – 18 Feb 16 after participating in the International Fleet Review. The ships are part of the Indian Navy’s Western Fleet based at Mumbai. INS Vikramaditya, one of the two aircraft carriers of the Indian Navy, is a state-of-the-art ship, capable of operating a versatile range of high-performance aircraft, such as the MiG 29K fighters, KM 31 AEW helicopters, multi-role Seakings and utility Chetaks. The ship is over 285 meters long and 60 meters wide. Her 23 decks scale a height of 60 meters. She is accompanied by indigenously constructed INS Mysore, a frontline missile destroyer and INS Deepak, the Fleet Tanker. During the visit, the warships will h...
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