INS Satpura & P8 I Long Range Maritime Patrol Aircraft reached Darwin, Australia to participate Exercise Kakadu
INS Satpura and a P8 I Maritime Patrol Aircraft of the Indian Navy reached Darwin in Australia for participation in multinational Exercise Kakadu-22, hosted by the Royal Australian Navy.
IMPORTANT FACTS -
- Exercise Kakadu 2022 (KA22) is starting from September 12, involving over 15 ships, over 30 aircraft and around 3,000 personnel from over 20 countries.
The KA22 is being commanded by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) and supported by the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).
The biennial exercise, which was started in 1993, is the major international participatory activity of RAN.
The theme for this year’s exercise is "Partnership, Leadership, Friendship”
It is scheduled to conclude on 24 September.
About INS Satpura :
It is an indigenously designed and manufactured 6000 ton guided missile stealth frigate with the capability to seek and destroy enemies in air, surface and underwater.
The ship is a part of the Eastern Fleet based at Visakhapatnam.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION -
P8 I Long Range Maritime Patrol Aircraft :
It is manufactured by American aviation company Boeing, is designed for long-range anti-submarine warfare (ASW), anti-surface warfare (ASuW), and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions.
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