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    Re: Indian Navy and Naval Aicraft: News

    Post  SajeevJino on Tue May 26, 2015 5:13 am

    type055 wrote:
    “Unable to respond to the Chinese naval power with a symmetrical growth, India will have to find its own unique asymmetric ways of solving the problem to maintain its naval supremacy in the Indian Ocean.”
    if India want to maintain its naval supremacy in the Indian Ocean, their first target should be U.S. 5 th fleet.


    You sure about the US 5th Fleet,

    India's interest is to ensure safe and secure the Indian Ocean from Chinese Threat only, India Never bothered about the US activities near Indian Ocean,

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    Re: Indian Navy and Naval Aicraft: News

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Tue May 26, 2015 2:30 pm

    SajeevJino wrote:
    type055 wrote:
    “Unable to respond to the Chinese naval power with a symmetrical growth, India will have to find its own unique asymmetric ways of solving the problem to maintain its naval supremacy in the Indian Ocean.”
    if India want to maintain its naval supremacy in the Indian Ocean, their first target should be U.S. 5 th fleet.


    You sure about the US 5th Fleet,

    India's interest is to ensure safe and secure the Indian Ocean from Chinese Threat only, India Never bothered about the US activities near Indian Ocean,

    Yeah the U.S. navy's 5th fleet in the Indian Ocean is not a threat to India, the fleet that actually threatened India under Nixon was the 7th fleet lol!


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    Re: Indian Navy and Naval Aicraft: News

    Post  SajeevJino on Tue May 26, 2015 2:47 pm

    magnumcromagnon wrote:

    Yeah the U.S. navy's 5th fleet in the Indian Ocean is not a threat to India, the fleet that actually threatened India under Nixon was the 7th fleet lol!


    India is far ahead from the war and American threats, Now times changed and Allies too..!!

    I know you get the point, India's prime threat is the Chinese, Russia supplying weapons to China and America cornering China

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    Re: Indian Navy and Naval Aicraft: News

    Post  Werewolf on Tue May 26, 2015 4:03 pm

    SajeevJino wrote:
    magnumcromagnon wrote:

    Yeah the U.S. navy's 5th fleet in the Indian Ocean is not a threat to India, the fleet that actually threatened India under Nixon was the 7th fleet lol!


    India is far ahead from the war and American threats, Now times changed and Allies too..!!

    I know you get the point, India's prime threat is the Chinese, Russia supplying weapons to China and America cornering China

    Sure and the prime threat for North Korea is russia not South Korea and their US Masters...

    Prime Threat for india is still US, all countries that have resources or pose a political,economical and military independance and some power are targeted by US that is a simple fact of our reality.

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    Re: Indian Navy and Naval Aicraft: News

    Post  sepheronx on Tue May 26, 2015 4:19 pm

    SajeevJino wrote:
    magnumcromagnon wrote:

    Yeah the U.S. navy's 5th fleet in the Indian Ocean is not a threat to India, the fleet that actually threatened India under Nixon was the 7th fleet lol!


    India is far ahead from the war and American threats, Now times changed and Allies too..!!

    I know you get the point, India's prime threat is the Chinese, Russia supplying weapons to China and America cornering China

    I guess it is easy for me to say this since my wife is from India and quite knowledgable in these affairs but while it is true that China is a threat more to do with land claims, USA has been the real threat to India through its Proxy Pakistan. They do fund Pakistan and their ISI. Add in, with this money and training, lead to events like kashmir conflict as well as the Mumbai terrorist attack. Then of course, USA did send vessels to Pakistan to move to India during last conflict between the two (open conflict) where USA did threaten India, which prompted the Soviet Union to step in to counter USA.

    If you really want to dig deeper, why does China sign more economical lucrative deals with India while USA doesnt? ($4B deal from usa vs $10b from china or $100B with Russia).

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    Re: Indian Navy and Naval Aicraft: News

    Post  SajeevJino on Tue May 26, 2015 7:18 pm

    Werewolf wrote:

    Sure and the prime threat for North Korea is russia not South Korea and their US Masters...

    lol! lol!

    Prime Threat for india is still US, all countries that have resources or pose a political,economical and military independance and some power are targeted by US that is a simple fact of our reality.

    There is no clear or hidden threat from US, they have some military relationships with Pakistanis for some sake, not new, Since from their Independence,

    But still US is the Future good Ally, I sure the Next and current Indian Generation loves the Americans more than the Russians

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    Post  SajeevJino on Tue May 26, 2015 7:24 pm

    sepheronx wrote:

    I guess it is easy for me to say this since my wife is from India and quite knowledgable in these affairs but while it is true that China is a threat more to do with land claims, USA has been the real threat to India through its Proxy Pakistan. They do fund Pakistan and their ISI. Add in, with this money and training, lead to events like kashmir conflict as well as the Mumbai terrorist attack. Then of course, USA did send vessels to Pakistan to move to India during last conflict between the two (open conflict) where USA did threaten India, which prompted the Soviet Union to step in to counter USA.

    If you really want to dig deeper, why does China sign more economical lucrative deals with India while USA doesnt? ($4B deal from usa vs $10b from china or $100B with Russia).

    Chinese recent SSN dock in Sri Lanka, some IN birds also smelled Chinese sub activities near Indian ocean makes their dream bigger compared to the So called MacMohan Line claim from Aksai sin to Arunachal, the Chinese is always a head ache to us.

    mean time Peoples should make sure that Russia too supply the Military hardwares to China, Just like Americans doing with Pakistan. ( Yes i Know the Aid too )

    Chinese products are cheaper, while Americans comes with wide money and Quality,

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    Re: Indian Navy and Naval Aicraft: News

    Post  sepheronx on Tue May 26, 2015 7:26 pm

    SajeevJino wrote:
    sepheronx wrote:

    I guess it is easy for me to say this since my wife is from India and quite knowledgable in these affairs but while it is true that China is a threat more to do with land claims, USA has been the real threat to India through its Proxy Pakistan. They do fund Pakistan and their ISI. Add in, with this money and training, lead to events like kashmir conflict as well as the Mumbai terrorist attack. Then of course, USA did send vessels to Pakistan to move to India during last conflict between the two (open conflict) where USA did threaten India, which prompted the Soviet Union to step in to counter USA.

    If you really want to dig deeper, why does China sign more economical lucrative deals with India while USA doesnt? ($4B deal from usa vs $10b from china or $100B with Russia).

    Chinese recent SSN dock in Sri Lanka, some IN birds also smelled Chinese sub activities near Indian ocean makes their dream bigger compared to the So called MacMohan Line claim from Aksai sin to Arunachal, the Chinese is always a head ache to us.

    mean time Peoples should make sure that Russia too supply the Military hardwares to China, Just like Americans doing with Pakistan. ( Yes i Know the Aid too )

    Chinese products are cheaper, while Americans comes with wide money and Quality,  


    Ahahahahahahahahaha you already getting started with your crap? Quality? No they dont produce anything anymore unless its tractors. Big money? Yeah, if you like printed monopoly money and ngos funding corruption and oppositions like they do in India. Glad that Modi has more brainpower.

    Oh, and blame yourselves for Sri Lanka, as it was the Tamils who went monkey on Indian government on support of government back when they had peacekeepers there then recalled support due to protests.

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    Re: Indian Navy and Naval Aicraft: News

    Post  type055 on Wed May 27, 2015 7:44 am

    “maintain its naval supremacy in the Indian Ocean”, read this , India 's target is to build their supremacy in India ocean.


    who currently  has  most powerful fleet  in India Ocean→ US

    I think India has  big ambition.


    btw Chinese never think India is a threat, only India and westen media keep talking "India compare to China bla bla bla" "China threat India bla bla bla" India can get on Chinese news paper all because of this kind of article.

    Ordinary Chinese don't know much about India except diputed territory.

    It's so pathetic that many countries know US better than their neighbor.

    about cheap products , a lots of countries have lower income than China, why they can not produce in lower price?

    coz , China has better infrastructure, educated population, massive Industry convergence,

    1970's Japan , 1980's korea are similar to today's China, the defference is China has much larger scale. China's economy

    transformation is in progress. I heard some countries want to imitate China, they propose a project called "MADE IN INDIA”

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    Re: Indian Navy and Naval Aicraft: News

    Post  Werewolf on Wed May 27, 2015 3:23 pm

    type055 wrote:

    It's so pathetic that many countries know US better than their neighbor.

    It is very important to know your enemy!

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    Re: Indian Navy and Naval Aicraft: News

    Post  sepheronx on Wed May 27, 2015 3:36 pm

    The Made In India concept is smart, very smart. And Chinas path was equally smart. Now that China's growth is slowing down, this is prime opportunity for China to work on domestic consumption even more, and inter border trading with Russia and India on various similar goods, as it will keep people employed and money flowing. Only nation trying to prevent that is USA. Protectionism of industry is needed as well.

    The whole India and China disputes is so stupid, since both share a common history of being royally screwed by England.

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    Russian frigates left without engines prepared for transfer to India

    Post  Pinto on Sat Jul 04, 2015 2:38 pm

    3/07/2015 Lenta.ru
    The fourth and fifth Project 11356 frigates, built for the Russian Navy at the Kaliningrad Yantar shipyard, might be sent to India. A source in the Defense Ministry informed Lenta.ru of this. Such a move will make it possible to equip the ships with turbines of Ukrainian manufacture that were previously ordered but which Kiev now refuses to supply since they would be used for equipping Russian warships. The first three ships will be transferred to the Russian Navy on time.

    “We have serious problems with the fourth and fifth frigates” (Admiral Butakov andAdmiral Istomin –note by Lenta.ru), said the source. “It is possible that they will be handed over to India. This will make it possible to change the passport of the end customer and receive the Ukrainian turbines for them.” According to the publications interlocutor, the military will resolve the fate of the frigates.

    According to sources in the defense manufacturing industry, India expresses interest in the future augmentation of the capacity of a group of Project 11356 frigates, which have recommend themselves as successful ships with good military capabilities, and is now holding talks on the purchase of three more ships of this type as a supplement to the six supplied earlier.

    The head of defense procurement at the United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC), Anatoly Shlemov, stated in an interview with Lenta.ru that the first three Project 11356 frigates will be provided to the fleet on time and that the fate of the other two ships is currently being decided jointly with the Navy. He also noted that the rift in military and technical cooperation with Ukraine does not negatively affect the construction of the new Project 22350 frigates which will be also transferred to the Navy on time – seven ships by 2021.

    On 1 July at the International Maritime Defense Show IMDS-2015 in Saint Petersburg, the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Viktor Chirkov, stated that in order to compensate for the delays in the construction of the 11356 frigates, the construction of a series of small missile ships of a new type for Project 22800 is being planned.

    First published in Russian in Lenta.ru.

    http://in.rbth.com/news/2015/07/03/russian_frigates_left_without_engines_prepared_for_transfer_to_india_44041.html

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    Re: Indian Navy and Naval Aicraft: News

    Post  aksha on Sun Jul 05, 2015 5:18 pm

    Indian Navy Receives IN326 - Seventh Boeing P-8I Neptune (737-8FV) Maritime Patrol Aircraft
    http://hnlrarebirds.blogspot.in/2015/06/india-navys-in326.html




    The Indian Navy took delivery of IN326 (C/N 40616) the 7th P-8I Neptune ASW aircraft last month (07/06/2015).

    The P-8I (737-8FV) made its delivery flight from the Boeing Field Airport and had stop-overs at Hawaii, Guam and Singapore before arriving at Chennai. The final aircraft will be delivered by the year end.

    The Neptunes are based at INS Rajali, Arakkonam in the state of Tamil Nadu.

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    Re: Indian Navy and Naval Aicraft: News

    Post  aksha on Sun Jul 05, 2015 5:35 pm

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    Re: Indian Navy and Naval Aicraft: News

    Post  max steel on Thu Jul 09, 2015 8:53 pm

    After Airbus, Mahindra to make Naval equipment with UK firm

    On the heels of tying up with Airbus Helicopters, Mahindra Defence Naval Systems today said it has joined hands with Britain's Ultra Electronics to manufacture and supply underwater warfare equipment for the Indian Navy and radios for the Army.

    "The two companies have come together to build and supply new generation advanced systems like the torpedo defence system, integrated anti-submarine warfare defence suite and mine counter measure equipment.

    "Their offerings will also include anti-submarine warfare vessels, submarine safety equipment and sono-buoys, among others," Mahindra Defence said in a statement here.

    The Mahindra Group firm did not disclose financial details of the agreement. The company also did not say whether these equipment will be manufactured in India.

    The statement said the companies will address the requirement of specialised radios for the Army's tactical communication systems.

    Mahindra Defence Chairman S P Shukla said, "The Navy has been importing a major part of underwater war-fighting equipment. We expect to provide cutting edge technology to the Navy in this field in partnership with Ultra Electronics.

    "We also expect to address the requirement of specialised radios and other defence electronics for all the three wings of the armed forces."

    Late last week, the company tied up with Airbus Helicopters to manufacture defence choppers in the country.


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    Six new nuclear attack submarines

    Post  Pinto on Wed Jul 15, 2015 5:07 pm

    While India has traditionally shied from commenting on its nuclear fleet, the Navy said it was confident of executing the order with a brand new design.




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    NEW DELHI: In a rare, official comment on the Indian nuclear attack submarine project, Vice-Chief-Admiral P Murugesan, told ET that work had started on a new class of vessels after the government go-ahead two months back and the target was to shorten the development time to under 15 years. "The government has given approvals for six new SSNs ( nuclear attack submarines) earlier this year. We have started the work, but it's still at the pento-paper stage," Murugesan told ET.

    While India has traditionally shied from commenting on its nuclear fleet, the Navy said it was confident of executing the order with a brand new design.

    Murugesan expressed confidence in the abilities of the Navy's submarine design bureau to come out with a new class of vessels in less than 15 years. "These things take time, but we will be able to improve on the timelines that the pioneers (nations) have set, which typically took over 15 years for such a project."

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    Re: Indian Navy and Naval Aicraft: News

    Post  Pinto on Sun Aug 23, 2015 5:11 pm

    India too might buy additional 40 MIG 29K to spare the 2 squadrons of SU 30mki doing duty for Indian Navy and post them on our eastern border

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    Navy wants NLCA and Mig29K validated for EMALS and AAG

    Post  Pinto on Tue Sep 08, 2015 8:26 am

    While the US wants to replicate level of closeness that Russia has historically enjoyed with Indian Navy,
    what it can’t ignore is that Indian navy already operates large number of Mig29K fighter jets
    which will
    also serve on IAC2 on which US and India are working together .

    Indications are that Navy will go forward with IAC2 which will be equipped with latest General atomics developed Electromagnetic aircraft launch systems (EMALS) which also includes incorporation of Advanced Arresting Gear (AAG) which is an aircraft recovery system .

    Indian Naval team have been provided live demonstration of EMAILS and AAG systems on board US Navy Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) Class Supercarriers which is first aircraft carrier to be equipped with the latest systems, Navy is wary that it has launched and recovered only US made aircrafts till date.

    Naval Sources have informed that Navy has asked US officials to validate new systems for NLCA and Mig29K so that new system is compatible with current Naval aircrafts of Indian Navy.While Source believes that there is nothing to suggest that Russian supplied Mig29K or Indian developed NLCA will absolutely be not workable or be noncompatible with new American systems, but Navy wants pairing to be validated just to ensure that current Naval Air assets will work with

    EMALS and AAG systems when incorporated on IAC2. It will be interesting to see what methodology Americans will use to validate system compatibility of its systems with Russian aircraft, Since access to landbased EMAL systems at Naval Air Systems Command in Lakehurst or Gerald R. Ford is highly unlikely to happen .

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    Re: Indian Navy and Naval Aicraft: News

    Post  aksha on Mon Sep 21, 2015 6:21 am

    [MEDIA=facebook]940602685978355[/MEDIA]

    Members of Parliament get a close look of Short Take Off and Arrestor Landing of MiG-29K at SBTF Goa. Photo- Sandesh Rokade, DPR, MoD.


    Sweet shot! An Indian Navy MiG-29K prepares for STOBAR take-off at Goa's shore rig as an AirIndiaIN A320 lifts off.





























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    Post  aksha on Mon Sep 21, 2015 6:21 am

    [MEDIA=facebook]940602685978355[/MEDIA]

    Members of Parliament get a close look of Short Take Off and Arrestor Landing of MiG-29K at SBTF Goa. Photo- Sandesh Rokade, DPR, MoD.


    Sweet shot! An Indian Navy MiG-29K prepares for STOBAR take-off at Goa's shore rig as an AirIndiaIN A320 lifts off.





























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    Re: Indian Navy and Naval Aicraft: News

    Post  Pinto on Mon Sep 21, 2015 3:51 pm

    MIG 29K is a beast a very potent addition to the Indian Naval aviation

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    Re: Indian Navy and Naval Aicraft: News

    Post  aksha on Sat Sep 26, 2015 10:54 am

    http://www.livefistdefence.com/2015/09/exclusive-indo-israeli-lrsam-range.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter



    The Indo-Israeli LRSAM/Barak-8 began its first hot trials with the Israeli Navy in May this year. In what could be the single most significant development in the weapon system's long-drawn journey, the Indian Navy has confirmed to Livefist that the LRSAM will sport an operational range a third higher than initially agreed upon. In effect, the LRSAM's range now moves from 70-km to in excess of 90-km or higher. Range upgrade discussions took place in November last year following a land test in Israel.

    IAI and India's DRDO missile cluster (led by the DRDL) that have jointly developed the missile system, designated the Barak 8 for Israel and yet to be officially named in India, have begun work on boosting weapon range.

    With preliminary integration activity already on, Livefist can also confirm that the LRSAM is all set to undergo its first test firing from Indian Navy destroyer INS Kolkata in November-December this year in the Arabian Sea. The weapon system is intended for a host of frontline surface combatants, including all future fighting ships of the Indian Navy.

    Top Navy officials tell Livefist that while the 2nd Kolkata-class destroyer Kochi set to enter service on September 30, like the first ship of its class, sports a BEL-built HUMSA NG bow mounted sonar, the contracted active towed array sonar will be integrated within the next 16-18 months.

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    Post  aksha on Sat Sep 26, 2015 10:54 am

    EXCLUSIVE: Indo-Israeli LRSAM Range Extended By A Third

    http://www.livefistdefence.com/2015/09/exclusive-indo-israeli-lrsam-range.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

    The Indo-Israeli LRSAM/Barak-8 began its first hot trials with the Israeli Navy in May this year. In what could be the single most significant development in the weapon system's long-drawn journey, the Indian Navy has confirmed to Livefist that the LRSAM will sport an operational range a third higher than initially agreed upon. In effect, the LRSAM's range now moves from 70-km to in excess of 90-km or higher. Range upgrade discussions took place in November last year following a land test in Israel.

    IAI and India's DRDO missile cluster (led by the DRDL) that have jointly developed the missile system, designated the Barak 8 for Israel and yet to be officially named in India, have begun work on boosting weapon range.

    With preliminary integration activity already on, Livefist can also confirm that the LRSAM is all set to undergo its first test firing from Indian Navy destroyer INS Kolkata in November-December this year in the Arabian Sea. The weapon system is intended for a host of frontline surface combatants, including all future fighting ships of the Indian Navy.

    Top Navy officials tell Livefist that while the 2nd Kolkata-class destroyer Kochi set to enter service on September 30, like the first ship of its class, sports a BEL-built HUMSA NG bow mounted sonar, the contracted active towed array sonar will be integrated within the next 16-18 months.










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    Re: Indian Navy and Naval Aicraft: News

    Post  aksha on Sat Sep 26, 2015 11:21 am

    Delhi class destroyer upgrades

    1)Uragan shtil SAM replaced by VLS shtil-1.

    2)New data transmission and storage system.

    3)Subsonic Kh-35 replaced by Brahmos.

    4)Fregat M2EM airsearch radar replacing older Fregat MAE version.

    5)ALTAS active towed array sonar replacing current VDS(variable depth sonar)

    6)Possible - HUMSA-NG passive sonar replacing older HUMSA passive sonar.

    7)OTO Melara's 127/64 LW main gun

    Total SAMs will be 32 barak 1 + 24 Shtil VL = 56


    sourced from

    http://www.mid-day.com/articles/nod-to-new-aircraft-carrier-brahmos-missiles-for-six-ships/16208154

    https://www.google.co.in/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CB0QFjAAahUKEwjAmcPbr5TIAhWUTY4KHdXJB4s&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.janes.com%2Farticle%2F47555%2Findian-navy-selects-oto-melara-127-64-lw-gun&usg=AFQjCNGdp7IMGVi8fP7ggQIQMgiI3VK7zQ

    http://www.defenseworld.net/news/13458/India_To_Upgrade_Delhi__Talwar_Class_Destroyers_For__472_Million




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