Tag Archives: Indian Navy

An Innocent Face—Story Of A Marco

Indian Navy’s marine commando Amit Singh Rana is a lead mechanical engineer who was posted to Kashmir to be part of Op Rakshak. He has been awarded Shaurya Chakra for his bravery during Operation Danna and Operation Shok Baba in Jammu and Kashmir. Marine Commandos & Op Rakshak Many might not know that Operation Rakshak Read More

Why ALH Dhruv Is Still The Best Bet for Indian Navy?

by UditTripathi As the Indian Navy desperately awaits for the replacement of its ageing fleet of  Chetak Helicopters, focus has again shifted to the ALH Dhruv Mk3, modified for shipborne operations, which is ready and expected to fly as a part of developmental tests at HAL. With the manufacture of 111 Naval Utility Helicopters (NUH) Read More

Up in arms against a pandemic: How Indian Armed forces dedicated themselves to fighting Covid-19

Disease, disaster or riot, Indian Armed Forces have always been at the forefront becoming the first line of defence in case of an eventuality other than dealing with external aggression.