India builds new anti-submarine ships
Naval Today announced that India has begun production of new anti-submarine ships for its fleet.
A post on the website states: “A ceremony was recently held at the shipyard of the Indian company Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers to mark the start of the manufacturing process for two new ASW SWC anti-submarine ships. The Ministry of Defense, which highly appreciated the efforts of the project leaders to develop these ships in the country.” And he stressed that in the new SWC anti-submarine ships, 80% of the components are produced locally, which contributes to the development of India’s military industry. .
The site states that the Indian companies CSL and GRSE are currently working on a project to develop SWC anti-submarine ships in the interests of the country’s army, and each company must supply the Indian side with 8 ships of this class. Defense Department.
The ships being developed by GRSE will have a displacement of 900 tons, each vessel will be 77.6 m long, 10.5 m wide and will be able to move at a speed of 25 knots, cover a distance of 1800 nautical miles per hour. tasks and will be armed with 30 mm TsRN-91 cannons, 324 mm torpedoes, an RBU-6000 anti-submarine missile launcher and remote-controlled 12.7 mm machine guns.
Source: Weapons of Russia