Discussion in 'Indian Navy' started by KS, Apr 12, 2012.
Frigate INS Teg to join Indian Navy on April 27 - Brahmand.com
Does the $500 million + price tag include the armament also ?
they will decommission nilagiri lone ship when this gets commissioned i think.so number remains the same
why they have to increase numbers there is no need to decommission
Images: INS Tegâ€™s cold weather sea trials
Images: INS Teg's cold weather sea trials | StratPost
what are this called ?
RBU6000 ASW Rocket. Not sure the exact mark Teg use.
why cold trials as we are only to use them in indian ocean or arabian sea
Exactly my point, why do we need this ? May be it's how Russian shipyards test it.
Cold weather trials?
Catering for climate change!
The ship is sprayed with water and allowed to freeze overnight. The next day they kick start all systems to see if they work.
Laid down in 2007 and delivered in 2012ï¼Ÿ5 years to build a freaking frigateï¼Ÿ
Built by Yantar shipyard, Russia.
After all slave labor is illegal in Russia and also in India
At one side we are building Shivalik class frigates and keeping three major private shipyard ideal and at other we are importing relatively inferior frigates at higher price in the name of speedy delivery to consolidate depleting strength. At times i get feeling of IN planners getting infected by IA and IAF mentality.
Anyways, Its a good ship..
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