Indian frigate Tabar holds maritime drills with Egyptian Navy

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INS Tabar conducted a maritime partnership exercise with ENS Alexandria in the Mediterranean Sea on 05 September 2021, the Indian Navy announced.

The exercise included a variety of activities that covered a broad range of naval operations. These included transit drills through an asymmetric threat environment, interdiction operations at sea, communication procedures, joint development of a maritime domain picture, and replenishment at sea drills. The cross-deck helo operations were a highlight of the exercise, which included helo recovery procedures and airborne light replenishment drills between the two ships.

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The exercise significantly benefited the two navies’ interoperability and expanded the scope for future combined operations against common maritime threats. The maritime partnership exercise concluded with a traditional ‘Steam Past’ between the two ships.

INS Tabar recently carried out bilateral training with Algerian and Moroccan navies.

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