Indian Navy conducts joint hydrographic operations off Srilanka Indian Navy conducts joint hydrographic operations off Srilanka

Indian Navy conducts joint hydrographic operations off Srilanka

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New Delhi. 13 February 2020 Indian Navy’s Sandhayak class Hydrographic Survey Ship, INS Jamuna (J16), commanded by Captain HA Hardas, arrived in Colombo, Sri Lanka.The ship has been deployed to Sri Lanka based on a mutual agreement to carry out Joint Hydrographic Survey off the South West Coast of Sri Lanka.

The Commanding Officer called on Rear Admiral Sisira Jayakody, Chief Hydrographer of Sri Lanka Navy and Rear Admiral SA Weerasinghe, Commander Western Naval Area.

Captain HA Hardas

Over the two months deployment period, the ship will carry out detailed hydrographic surveys and several shore-based survey activities. Sri Lanka Navy personnel will embark the ship during the conduct of the Joint Survey.  Additionally Sri Lanka Navy personnel will also be provided ‘hands on’ survey training during every operational turn around in port.

Harbour Training Program

As a precursor to the survey operations at sea, several shore-based survey activities were progressed during the ship’s stay in Colombo harbour including familiarization visit of Sri Lankan  personnel onboard, briefing on capabilities of the ship , and a Harbour Training Program for the SLN sailors . INS Jamuna also hosted a meeting between Rear Admiral Sisira Jayakody, Chief Hydrographer of Sri Lankan Navy, officers of Sri Lankan hydrographic department and Indian officers of the ship.

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