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Indian Navy Submarines
INS Chakra is an 8,140-tonne Akula class, nuclear-powered submarine..The submarine was commissioned on 04 April, 2012.
|Name||Pennant No.||Date of Commission|
|Chakra||S 71||04 Apr 2012|
Sindhughosh class submarines are the Kilo class diesel-electric submarines. They are designated 877EKM, and were built under a contract between Rosvooruzhenie and the Ministry of Defence (India).
The submarines have a displacement of 3,000 tonnes, a maximum diving depth of 300 meters, top speed of 18 knots, and are able to operate solo for 45 days with a crew of 53.
|Name||Pennant No||Date of Commission|
|Sindhugosh||S 55||30 Apr 1986|
|Sindhudhvaj||S 56||12 Jun 1987|
|Sindhuraj||S 57||20 Oct 1987|
|Sindhuvir||S 58||26 Aug 1988|
|Sindhuratna||S 59||22 Dec 1988|
|Sindhukesari||S 60||16 Feb 1989|
|Sindhukirti||S 61||04 Jan 1990|
|Sindhuvijay||S 62||08 Mar 1991|
|Sindhurakshak||S 63||24 Dec 1997|
|Sindhushashtra||S 65||19 Jul 2000|
NOTE:- All Submarines are prefixed with letters 'INS' when being referred to by their Indian Navy designated Names