Indian Navy Demonstrates Advanced Submarine Rescue Technology at MILAN-24

Lilu Dhruw
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This concise article presents the key highlights of the Indian Navy's activities during the harbor phase of MILAN-24, focusing on submarine rescue technology demonstration, international discussions, and collaboration among participating navies.

During the third day of MILAN-24, the Indian Navy showcased its cutting-edge submarine rescue capabilities using the Deep Submergence Rescue Vehicle (DSRV). Capable of operating at depths of 650 meters, this advanced technology underscores India’s commitment to regional maritime safety.

Lieutenant Colonel Yoosuf Nishar of the Maldives Navy engaged in discussions with Vice Admiral Sameer Saxena of the Eastern Naval Command, focusing on enhancing cooperation between their navies.

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At MILAN-24, officers from foreign navies collaborated on refining plans for the Sea Phase, emphasizing joint operations at sea and intricate maritime operations.

Additionally, Capt JJ Claasen of Namibia discussed military and naval cooperation with Rear Admiral Shantanu Jha of the Indian Navy, further strengthening ties between the two nations.

The ongoing spirit of cooperation and shared goals among participating navies highlights the importance of international collaboration in maritime security and operations.

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