INS Jalashwa Indian Navy amphibious transport dock

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INS JALASHWA (L41)

INS Jalashwa (L41) Carrying helicopters.

INS Jalashwa Sailing through sea.

India National Flag flying at INS Jalashwa back.

India National Flag flying at on the INS Jalashwa deck.
 

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How active is Jalashwa nowadays? It was not present for Yemen evacuation, and not seen for recent Chennai floods as well.
 

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M242 Bushmaster Cannon.

M242 Bushmaster cannon.
M242 Bushmaster cannon firing from ship.

 

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M2 Browning Machine Gun.
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M2 Browning Machine Gun.

 

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VIDEO: On Board An Indian Navy UH-3H Sea King.
VIDEO: Back To INS Jalashwa After A Landing Op.
Indian Navy Acquire Potent weapon.

 

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Indian Navy equips landing platform dock with indigenous combat systems
The Indian Navy has equipped its amphibious warfare ship, INS Jalashwa , with indigenously developed combat systems.

Recent images of the warship indicate that it has been installed with the Bharat Electronics Revathi radar in place of the legacy SPS-40 air search radar.

The vessel has also received the locally developed Kavach naval decoy launchers, and Indian-made electro-optical (EO) fire control directors for its AK-630M gun mounts.

The ship's Phalanx close-in weapon system (CIWS) turrets, which were included during its transfer from the US, have been removed.
https://www.defencenews.in/article/...rm-dock-with-indigenous-combat-systems-808705
 

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Indian Navy equips landing platform dock with indigenous combat systems
The Indian Navy has equipped its amphibious warfare ship, INS Jalashwa , with indigenously developed combat systems.

Recent images of the warship indicate that it has been installed with the Bharat Electronics Revathi radar in place of the legacy SPS-40 air search radar.

The vessel has also received the locally developed Kavach naval decoy launchers, and Indian-made electro-optical (EO) fire control directors for its AK-630M gun mounts.

The ship's Phalanx close-in weapon system (CIWS) turrets, which were included during its transfer from the US, have been removed.
https://www.defencenews.in/article/...rm-dock-with-indigenous-combat-systems-808705
What's the point if we can't use it in combat as per contract
 

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And people are going to maintain contract at war time? Like Pakis maintained F-16 contract? Xd
There is a huge difference between Pakistan and India. In India bureaucracy runs military not the other way around. And bureaucracy will definitely follows law. Lastly last time us inspectors visited jalashwa we have to remove all of us system from the warship and show it to them as per contract.
My friend f16 were given by USA to be used against us not terrorists. In 2008 I think they supplied aim120 missiles to Pakistan ...
 

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