Friday, November 26, 2010

PHOTOS: On An Amphibious Landing Drill From INS Jalashwa


Travelled in one of Jalashwa's four Landing Craft Mechanised (LCM) to Hope Island, a sandbar in the Krishna-Godavari basin for an amphibious landing drill with Army troops from the 91 Infantry Brigade. Landing craft from INS Airavat also participated in the exercise.

Photos by Shiv Aroor / Bay of Bengal

4 comments :

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

shiv you rocks jalaswa looks really big but i feel sad that we dont have any future lpd programs in the jalaswa tonnage recently chinkies launched 20k tonnage lpd and launching many more
we need atleast 3 mistral class lpd onr each for south east western command l&t shipyards lying freely without any projects govt should rope l&t to built lpds in their shipyards

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