The prowess of Indian Navy was at full display during the Operation Demonstration held here today as part of the ongoing International Fleet Review 2016. Thousands of people turned up at the Rama Krishna beach here to witness the spectacular 30-minute long demonstration.
Flypast by naval helicopters Chetak and fighter jets, arrival of marine commandos in Gemini boats and an onshore mock attack left the viewers impressed.
Helicopters landing on the ships, beaching demo by Landing Craft Mechanized (LCM) and tanks, oil rig demolition, small team insertion and extraction display, high-speed run by Immediate Support Vessels (ISVs), take-off by sea harrier aircraft from INS Viraat, demonstrations involving hawk and sea harrier aircraft also enthralled people.
Image: Indian naval commandos show their prowess during the International Fleet Review in Vishakapatnam, India, Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016. Indian President Pranab Mukherjee, who is the supreme commander of the Indian armed forces, reviewed a fleet of over 90 naval ships including several from foreign countries. (AP Photo/Saurabh Das)
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