This video shows you that Navy Adopts New Deployment Policy After A Slew Of Accidents.
Taking lessons from the past accidents, Indian Navy has adopted a new deployment policy for its ships. Now, the ships and submarines undergoing refit or repairs will be deployed only after multiple trials. Earlier, these ships were immediately sent on operational duty, which resulted in mishaps.
There were several incidents of a ship involved in accident soon after joining the fleet. In February 2014, Russian origin Kilo class submarine INS Sindhuratna met with an accident soon after joining the fleet after refit.
Two officers died and seven sailors were injured in the accident, which eventually led to resignation of the then Navy chief Admiral D.K. Joshi. According to a report of the Comptroller and Auditor General, submitted in July last year, the Indian Navy’s ships and submarines were involved in 38 accidents between 2007-08 and 2015-16, adversely affecting the operational preparedness of the force.
The new policy is termed as the ‘transition cycle’ for its ships and submarines. This carefully monitors the transition from maintenance periods to operational deployments.
Top naval commanders discussed this issue in the four-day long Naval Commanders Conference which concluded in Delhi on Friday evening.
“This (transition cycle) has resulted in considerable improvement in combat efficiency and crew proficiency of ships undergoing the new transition cycle. The new methodology has also resulted in the overall improvement of operational logistics, spares management and forecasting, refit planning and expenditure management,” Navy said in its statement.
Naval commanders conference also undertook a review of the Navy’s mission-based deployments with an aim at maximising benefits accrued from the deployment of Indian Navy ships and aircraft to critical areas within the Indian Ocean Region. At a given point of time, more than two dozen ships of Indian Navy are on mission-based deployment in the Indian Ocean Region for carrying out anti-piracy patrol and aiding humanitarian assistance.
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