Discussion in 'Defence & Strategic Issues' started by Armand2REP, Jan 5, 2012.
Couach books three new FIB for the Indian Navy
Three interceptors will leave tomorrow Couach shipyard Gujan-Mestras, in Gironde. This is the seventh, eighth and ninth units featured a series of 15 ordered by India. The first three were delivered by the NCC in March 2011. 13 meters long and equipped with two MAN engines of 800 hp, these buildings range Plascoa exceeded when tested in the Bay of Arcachon speed of 50 knots. Armed with five crew, the Indian interceptors will have a 12.7mm machine gun. The three new boats made â€‹â€‹by Couach must leave this Friday, in trucks, to reach the port of Bilbao, Spain, where they will be loaded on a freighter to win India. A new batch of three boats to be delivered in May and the last three units are expected to leave Gujan-Mestras this summer.
The Navy chaps would have so fallen for that music. TRUE!
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