Saudi naval cadet trains with Indian Navy for the first time

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55 cadets of the Royal Saudi Naval Force (RSNF) underwent training with the Indian Navy for the first time.

An Overview of the News

  • The cadets have been attached to the Indian Navy's First Training Squadron ships, INS Tir and INS Sujata, for afloat training.

  • The cadets were given simulator training before commencing sea training.

  • During sea flights, cadets received training in navigation, seamanship, anchoring, coastal navigation, replenishment at sea, sea boats, fire fighting and emergency drills.

  • The Chief of the Naval Staff was apprised of the ongoing training activities and progress of the trainees.

  • Navy Chief Admiral -R Hari Kumar

Indian Navy:

  • It is the maritime branch of the Indian Armed Forces, responsible for protecting India's interests at sea.

  • The President of India holds the position of Supreme Commander of the Indian Navy, which vests ultimate authority and responsibility over naval operations.

  • The Navy is commanded by the Chief of Naval Staff, who is a four star Admiral.

  • Establishment - 26 January 1950

  • Headquarters -New Delhi

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