INS Tabar Exercises with Moroccan Navy
Part of: GS Prelims
- INS Tabar, as part of her overseas deployment, made a port call at Casablanca in Morocco on 25 and 26 Aug 21.
- The ship participated in a Maritime Partnership Exercise with Royal Moroccan Navy ship ‘Lieutenant Colonel Arrahman’ off Casablanca port.
- Evolutions like communication drills, replenishment at sea procedures and naval manoeuvres were undertaken during the exercise.
- The exercise concluded with the traditional ‘Steam Past’ between the two ships to bid farewell to each other.
About INS Tabar:
- INS Tabar (translates as “battle axe”) is the third of the Talwar-class frigate of the Indian Navy. The frigate was commissioned on 19 April 2004 in Kaliningrad, Russia.
- INS Tabar is a well-equipped warship that has the ability to handle air/surface/sub-surface missions or defending herself operating either independently on maritime missions or supporting a larger naval task force.
News Source: PIB