Sea training for cadets of Indian Naval Academy
Sea training for cadets of Indian Naval Academy

Three frontline Indian Naval Ships Teg, Trishul and Mumbai anchored off Ettikulam Bay, on, September 13 to impart and familiarise the cadets with nuances of day-to-day activities on-board the warships and on various practical aspects of the training that they undergo at Indian Naval Academy (INA).

A total of 245 cadets and six officers embarked these warships from Palakkod jetty. The cadets during their three-day sea attachment, which is a part of the training curriculum, would acquaint themselves with organisational and functional aspects of various departments and participate in seamanship, navigation and weaponry evolutions on-board. They will also be familiarised with the state-of-the-art equipment, weapons, sensors and machinery on-board these frontline warships of the Western Fleet.


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