After more than ten years of delay, the Indian Navy has finally decided to push forward the “75 (I)” submarine construction project. India’s defense procurement Council (DAC) approved the Indian Navy’s selection of a foreign company on June 4 to cooperate with Mazagon dockbuilders Limited (MDL) to build six new diesel electric submarines, the times of India reported on June 4. The Indian Navy plans to build six conventional submarines at home by 2030 through international cooperation. The new submarines will have the capability of independent of air propulsion system (AIP) and submarine launched “Brahmos” supersonic missile. The project costs US $7.5 billion. India’s first “Sebastes” class conventional submarine “kalwali”
Live broadcast, May 25 – the national team’s training list of players gathered recently, and new star Zeng Fanbo was interviewed by the media at the training site.
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