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Steps to enhance Strength; Indian Navy receives three Mk-III helicopters

These helicopters built in the country have the capability of coastal security. Mark -III ALH was built for coastal security.

Yogita S.

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Published on 5 Feb 2021 7:34 AM GMT

Steps to enhance Strength; Indian Navy receives three Mk-III helicopters
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New Delhi: Three Advanced Light Helicopters (ALH) were handed over to the Indian Navy on Friday by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited. All three are indigenous. These helicopters built in the country have the capability of coastal security. Mark -III ALH was built for coastal security. HAL handed over three of the 16 Mk-III helicopters to Indian Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh during Aero India.

Helicopters to enhance power of Indian Navy:

Please tell that these are multi mission helicopters. These have advanced sensors. It features HAL's Integrated Architecture Display System (IADS) with full glass cockpit. Apart from this, it also has new systems and a more powerful Safran Ardiden 1H1 engine. Indian Navy ordered 16 Mk-III.

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Coastal security for Navy:

Indian Navy ordered 16 Mk-III to compensate for the decreasing performance of its old fleet. This will help in the responsibility of coastal security given to the Navy by the government after the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. 166 people lost lives in this terrorist attack. These helicopters equipped with avionics and other important equipment.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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