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  • Navy Grants Permanent Commission To Women Officers

    Navy Grants Permanent Commission To Women Officers

    Decks have been cleared for women officers to be accepted on permanent commission in the Indian Navy - enabling them to serve on board warships and join as pilots of maritime reconnaissance aircraft.

  • India Capable Of Making World's Best Warships: RK Dhowan

    India Capable Of Making World's Best Warships: RK Dhowan

    Indian Navy chief, Admiral RK Dhowan, on Monday called for increased private investment in defence manufacturing which, he said, is capable of producing the world's best warships and submarines.

  • In Big Breakthrough, New Rules For US Planes, Ships At Indian Bases

    In Big Breakthrough, New Rules For US Planes, Ships At Indian Bases

    After negotiations that have traversed a decade, India has agreed that US warships and aircraft can refuel and restock water, food, and other supplies at Indian bases with a one-time clearance. Currently, permissions have to be sought each time there is a US requirement.

  • With 75 Warships, Indian Navy Shows Off Strength At Biggest-Ever Event

    With 75 Warships, Indian Navy Shows Off Strength At Biggest-Ever Event

    President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday inspected ships from 50 countries at the Navy's biggest-ever event off the coast of Andhra Pradesh. India alone paraded 75 warships for the ceremonial inspection at the International Fleet Review designed to display naval might and prowess. 24 international warships also took part.

  • How Navy Is Guarding Against Terror Attack At Its Biggest-Ever Event

    How Navy Is Guarding Against Terror Attack At Its Biggest-Ever Event

    In the Navy's biggest-ever event, ships from 50 countries have converged off the coast of Andhra Pradesh for inspection by President Pranab Mukherjee. India alone is parading 75 warships for the ceremonial inspection; 24 international warships have also sailed in.

  • US Releases Video Showing Iranian Rockets Near Its Warships

    US Releases Video Showing Iranian Rockets Near Its Warships

    The US Navy released black-and-white video on Saturday it said was taken by an American helicopter showing an Iranian Revolutionary Guards vessel firing unguided rockets on Dec. 26 near warships including the aircraft carrier USS Harry S Truman in the Strait of Hormuz.

  • Iran Denies It Fired Rockets Near US Warships In Gulf

    Iran Denies It Fired Rockets Near US Warships In Gulf

    Iran denied today that its Revolutionary Guards launched rockets near the US aircraft-carrier Harry S Truman and other warships as they were entering the Gulf on Saturday.

  • US Says Iran Launched 'Provocative' Rocket Test Near Ships

    US Says Iran Launched 'Provocative' Rocket Test Near Ships

    The U.S. on Wednesday accused Iran of launching a "highly provocative" rocket test last week near its warships and commercial traffic passing through the Strait of Hormuz, exposing how tensions between the two countries could escalate even after a landmark nuclear deal.

  • US Accuses Iran Of Conducting Rocket Test Near Warships

    US Accuses Iran Of Conducting Rocket Test Near Warships

    Iranian naval vessels conducted rocket tests last week near US warships and commercial traffic passing through the Strait of Hormuz, the American military said today, causing new tension between the two nations after a landmark nuclear deal.

  • Iranian Navy Test Fires Rockets Near US Carrier

    Iranian Navy Test Fires Rockets Near US Carrier

    The Iranian navy test fired several rockets near three Western warships including the USS Harry S Truman aircraft carrier last week, a US military official said Tuesday.

  • Indonesia Sends Warships To Help Look For 54 After Boat Sank

    Indonesia Sends Warships To Help Look For 54 After Boat Sank

    Rescuers today recovered 16 more bodies from the weekend sinking of a passenger boat in Indonesian seas, and the navy was sending warships to join the search for 54 people still missing.

  • At Battle Against ISIS, But With French Touch

    At Battle Against ISIS, But With French Touch

    Starting in early October - and for the first time since 2007 - the United States did not have an aircraft carrier in the Persian Gulf, as the Navy needed time to carry out repairs to its fleet. So the French agreed to deploy their only carrier to fill part of that gap.

  • Chinese Military Conducts War Games In South China Sea

    Chinese Military Conducts War Games In South China Sea

    China's military conducted war games in the disputed South China Sea this week, an official newspaper said today, as tensions simmer over Beijing's island-building in the region.

  • Japan's Far-Flung Island Defence Plan Seeks To Turn Tables On China

    Japan's Far-Flung Island Defence Plan Seeks To Turn Tables On China

    Japan is fortifying its far-flung island chain in the East China Sea under an evolving strategy that aims to turn the tables on China's navy and keep it from ever dominating the Western Pacific Ocean, Japanese military and government sources said.

  • China Summons US Envoy Over $1.8 Billion Arms Deal With Taiwan: Foreign Ministry

    China Summons US Envoy Over $1.8 Billion Arms Deal With Taiwan: Foreign Ministry

    China said Thursday it had summoned a senior US envoy in protest at Washington's announcement that it would sell two warships to Taiwan as part of a $1.8 billion arms deal.

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