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INS RANA ARRIVES IN THE PHILIPPINES

INS Rana (D52) is the 2nd of the 5 Rajput class destroyer built for the Indian Navy. INS Rana was commissioned on June 28, 1982.

It is presently in the Philippines and is docked at Pier 13. Vice Admiral Raman Prem Suthan, Flag officer Commanding-in-chief, Eastern Naval Command has organized a welcome party for Members of the Indian community, Government officials and VIP’s on April 17, Thursday at Pier 13, south harbour, Manila.

INS Rana has a displacement of 5000 tons, is 147 meters in length, has a beam of 15.8 meters. It wades at a speed of 35 knots per hours, and has a range of 4000 miles.

35 officers and 285 other staff makeup the numbers of personells who are on this ship. It has an arnaments of 4 ss-n-2 ashm and carries 1 Ka-28 helicopter.
Two Indian Naval Ships INS Rana and INS Kirpan visited Bangkok from 7th April to 11th April, 2008. The fleet was led by Rear Admiral Satish Soni, Flag Office Commanding Eastern Fleet, Indian Navy. INS Rana had several visits to the
Philippines in the last few years.

Welcome to Manila. The Indian community is proud of you.

 


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