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Indian Navy gets its third stealth destroyer ‘IMPHAL’

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The third stealth destroyer of Project 15B Class Guided Missile Destroyer ‘IMPHAL’ was handed over to the Indian Navy by The Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited in Mumbai today.

It is constructed using Indigenous Steel DMR 249A with an overall length of 164 meters and a displacement of over 7,500 Tons. The Destroyer is amongst the largest Destroyers constructed in the country.

The ship is a potent platform capable of undertaking a variety of tasks and missions, spanning the full spectrum of maritime warfare.

It can accommodate a crew of 312 persons, has an endurance of 4,000 Nautical Miles and can carry out a typical 42-day mission with extended mission time in out-of-area operations.

The IMPHAL has been delivered to the Indian Navy more than four months ahead of the contractual time.

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