New Delhi [India], 25 September (ANI): Indian Navy ship Satpura is currently in Australia for exercise KAKADU-22 being conducted by the Royal Australian Navy, participating in various anti-submarine and anti-ship warfare exercises. I’m here. Ability during shooting practice.
Participation in exercise KAKADU-22 aims to enhance mutual understanding and interoperability at sea between navies of friendly foreign countries. The ship is a frontline unit of the Eastern Fleet based in Visakhapatnam and is currently one of the longest deployments deployed by the Indian Navy in 75 years of Indian independence.
INS Satpura departed Darwin, Australia on 15 September 2022 to participate in the sea phase of the exercise.
The ship participated in various maneuvers and close combat exercises with friendly foreign warships and replacements at sea.
The two-week exercise will involve 14 naval vessels, including the United States, Japan, Australia, Great Britain, France, New Zealand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, and smaller nations in the Southwest Pacific.
Additionally, aircraft from India, New Zealand, Germany, Singapore and Australia are also taking part in the exercises, according to an Indian Navy press release. (Ani)
http://www.singaporestar.com/news/272795622/ins-satpura-showcases-her-prowess-during-sea-phase-of-multinational-exercise-kakadu INS Satpura shows off her prowess during multinational exercise Kakadu sea stage