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Email Autor Correction ID #1667760 / 24 Views
20-December-2011
IN455 Flying over Mumbai harbour in the morning with IN483 bringing up the rear. The antenna fit differs between the two Chetaks, which are different in color as well. These Chetaks are from INAS 321 "Angels" based at INS Shikra. Formed in 1969, the Angels have saved many lives, living up to their motto “We Dare, You Survive”. Designated a Fleet Support Squadron, its Chetaks are detached for SAR and liaison duties to ships and stations as required. (more of IN455)
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4-December-2021
IN715 On its first public appearance in service seen at Indian Navy Day celebrations at Gateway Of India , Mumbai . (more of IN715)
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20-September-2020
IN617 Wonderful gesture by the Indian Navy to mount the iconic Sea Harrier in a park facing the sea at Bandra. This Sea Harrier was flown by INAS 300 White Tigers. The Sea Harrier served the Indian Navy from 1983-2016. (more of IN617)
Email Autor Correction ID #1601743 / 22 Views
17-December-2011
IN188 Compact Sea Hawk with its folded wings, this is one of 74 operated by the Indian Navy. The leaping White Tiger of Rewa on the nose denotes the emblem of INAS 300, the first carrier-based fighter squadron commissioned on 7 July 1960 by Smt. Vijaya Laxmi Pandit. Embarked for the first time on INS Vikrant in 1961, Sea Hawks stayed on till 1978. During the 1971 war, White Tigers wreaked havoc on Pakistani installations at Coxs Bazaar and Chittagong. (more of IN188)
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10-December-2019
SM293 One of the nicer sights visible from the flyover between airport and the Bandra-Worli Sea Link. (more of SM293)
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17-December-2011
IN464 On temporary display on the lawns of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya or the former Prince of Wales Museum, Bombay. (more of IN464)
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