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Indian Navy to approach DAC for the approval of 3 more Kalvari class submarines

Source : Indian Defence Updates (IDU)

Indian Navy to approach DAC for grant of AoN for the construction of 3 more Kalvari class submarines at MDL
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Amid the delay in the Project-75I to build 6 advanced submarines, the Indian Navy will soon approach the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) for the grant of Acceptance of Necessity (AoN) for the construction of 3 more Kalvari class diesel electric submarines at Mazagaon Dock Shipbuilders in partnership with France’s Naval group.

Indian Navy to approach DAC for the approval of 3 more Kalvari class submarines

All the three submarines will be fitted with the DRDO developed Air Independent Propulsion (AIP) system while the existing 6 Kalvari class submarines will get the Air Independent Propulsion system during their midlife refit.



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