Indian Navy: GRSE Launches Kamorta – First Anti Submarine Warfare Corvette (ASWC)

by OldSailor on April 20, 2010


GRSE_Garden_Reach_Shipbuilders_Engineers Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers (GRSE), Kolkata launched ‘Kamorta’ the first Anti Submarine Warfare Corvette (ASWC) for the Indian Navy on April 19. The event coincides with Golden Jubilee Anniversary celebrations of GRSE.

Some interesting features of ASWC Kamorta and the launch are:

  • Kamorta signifies an island, in the Andaman and Nicobar group of islands.
  • Launched by Smt. Mamatha M, wife of the Minister of State of Defence, Shri M.M. Pallam Raju.
  • Stealth corvette (Yard 3017), the first of the series of four under construction as Project 28.
  • Expected to be commissioned by mid-2012.
  • Three remaining corvettes are also under construction and are expected to be inducted into the Indian Navy by early 2015.
  • Equipped with the latest indigenously developed Sonar to detect submarines, torpedo tubes, Improvised Rocket Launchers (IRL) and scutter (torpedo decoys) launchers.
  • Has a very low signature of radiated underwater noise.

Here are some photographs from Press Information Bureau.

Smt. Mamatha M wife of the Minister of State of Defence, Shri M.M. Pallam Raju launching the Kamorta, First Anti Submarine Warfare Corvette built at GRSE, Kolkata.



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ajeet singh patel December 19, 2011 at 4:42 PM

indian navy is very good

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