Brahmand NewsPrevious Article
Brahmand NewsNext Article
Headlines
  • Pak successfully test-fires ballistic missile Shaheen-II:-Pakistan has successfully test-fired surface-to-surface ballistic missile Shaheen-II, capable of hitting targets as far as 1,500 kilometers away, bringing major Indian cities under its range. ...
  • AN-32 fleet of IAF allowed to use bio-jet fuel:-In a significant move, the fleet of AN-32 transport aircraft of the Indian Air Force was on Friday certified to fly on blended aviation fuel containing up to 10 per cent bio-jet fuel....
  • BRAHMOS missile successfully test-fired from Car Nicobar island:-A BRAHMOS supersonic cruise missile was successfully test-fired by a unit of Eastern Command of the Indian Army from Car Nicobar Islands, the Army said. The exercise, conducted on May 22, was part of joint training by the Army, Navy and the Air Force....
  • DRDO test fires guided bomb from Sukhoi combat jet:-The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO)has successfully test fired an indigenously-developed 500 kg class guided bomb from a Sukhoi combat jet at Pokhran in Rajasthan. The defence ministry said the guided bomb achieved the desired range and hit the target with high precision. ...

Australian Naval delegation on 2 day visit to Naval base

Line Spacing+- AFont Size+- Print This Article

KOCHI (PTI): A delegation from the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) arrived in the city on Monday on a two-day visit to the naval base here.

It is headed by Commodore Fiona Therese Freeman, Director General of Hydrography, Meteorology and Oceanography (DGHM) and accompanied by Captain Simon John Bateman, Resident Defence Attach of Australia, a Defence release said here.

The visit is aimed at understanding Indian Naval Meteorology and Oceanography (IN METOC) operational/ training facilities and discussing avenues for mutual cooperation in the field of METOC, it said.

The delegation visited the Indian Naval Meteorological and Analysis Center, School of Naval Oceanology and Meteorology and INS Garuda, the Naval Air Station.

Commodore M K Singh, Principal Director, Directorate of Naval Oceanology and Meteorology at Naval Headquarters, New Delhi, was present to interact with the delegation on professional matters.

Apart from METOC facilities, the delegation also visited other training facilities such as the Navigation and Direction School and Anti-Submarine Warfare School.

The delegation called on Rear Admiral R J Nadkarni, Chief of Staff, Southern Naval Command on Monday and held discussions on Hydrography, Oceanography and areas of cooperation

Naval crests were exchanged during the interaction. They also visited INS Sutlej, a hydrographic survey ship of the Indian Navy.

India and Australia have close relations as members of the Commonwealth. There has been significant progress in Indo-Australian relations with improving economic and cultural ties.

Exchange of high-level military delegation visits and interaction between the navies is expected to further boost the defence cooperation.

Tags:

Line Spacing+- AFont Size+- Print Article

Other Related News

ISRO successfully launches earth observation satellite RISAT-2B

In a pre-dawn launch on Wednesday, Indian space agency ISRO scripted history by successfully launching earth observation satellite RISAT-2B that would enhance the country's surveillance capabilities among others. The satellite would also be used for military surveillance.

Upcoming Defence Exhibitions

BRAHMOS Missile Systems

Headlines

Brahmand World Defence Update 2019

Image Gallery