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Lost Malaysian Aircraft - Indian Navy Joins search operations
Indian Navy Joins Search Operations of missing Malaysian Passenger Aircraft
Photos of search Operation:-
Search for MH 370 resumes:- (As on 20 Mar 14)
In continuation of the search for the Malaysian Airliner MH 370, the Indian Navy has deployed four warships viz. IN Ships Satpura, Sahyadri, Saryu and Batti Malv in the Bay of Bengal, the Andaman Sea & West of Andaman Islands.
Search Operation for MH 370 suspended:- (As on 16 Mar 14)
India has deployed numerous assets of the Indian Navy, Indian Air Force and Indian Coast Guard to search for the missing Malaysian Airlines aircraft MH 370. A total of six aircraft and six ships with their integral helicopters from the Tri-services Andaman & Nicobar Command, the Eastern Naval Command, the IAF and the Indian Coast Guard were deployed which have combed the designated search areas spanning across the Andaman Sea and the Bay of Bengal. Additional naval assets from the ENC were kept standby for immediate deployment.
Search Intensified for MH 370:- (As on 15 Mar 14)
India has further intensified its search efforts for the missing Malaysian Airlines MH 370 with additional naval and air assets being deployed for searching an expanded area in the Central and East Bay of Bengal.
Indian Ships and Aircrafts to cover more area in Bay of Bengal in search of MH 370:- (As on 14 Mar 14)
Assets of the Indian Navy, Indian Coast Guard and IAF have been deployed in a coordinated search of the area in South Andaman Sea for the missing Malaysian Airliner. Indian Navy has been nominated as the lead service for the coordination of the operation. The joint effort is being coordinated from Maritime Operations Centre of the Indian Navy at New Delhi.