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What stopped this Pakistani Submarine from hitting India

What stopped this Pakistani Submarine from hitting India

The sinking of Pakistani submarine PNS Ghazi with 90 men aboard in the 1971 Indo-Pak war is regarded as one of the high points of India's first-ever emphatic military victory. Now with famed Bollywood producer/director Karan Johar releasing the first-look poster of his studio's new movie The Ghazi Attack, we thought it might be a good time to brush up some history. The Indian Navy intentionally breached security by making an unclassified signal in the form of a private Telegram allegedly from one of Vikrant's sailor's asking about the welfare of his mother who was "seriously ill". Ghazi takes the bait:: Ghazi started looking for Vikrant on November 23 off Madras but was not aware that she was 10 days too late and the Vikrant was actually somewhere near the Andaman islands. Vice Admiral Krishnan sent for Lt.Inder Singh, the Commanding officer of the Rajput for detailed briefing and told him that a Pakistani submarine had been sighted off Ceylon and was absolutely certain that the submarine would be somewhere around Madras/Vishakaptanm. He made it clear that once Rajput had completed refueling, she must leave the harbor with all navigational aids switched off. The final hours of Ghazi:: Rock Intro 3 by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/). Artist: http://audionautix.com/

HistoryEdit

General historyEdit

PNS Ghazi made a submerged circumnavigation of Africa in 1968.

World War 2Edit

It served for a few months in the USN, before peach broke out.

1965 Indo-Pak War serviceEdit

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1971 Indo-Pak War serviceEdit

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DataEdit

PNS Ghazi.
Category. Statistic.
Name. PNS Ghazi.,
Builder. ,
Nationality. Pakistani,
Drought. ,
Dose it have nukes. ,
Top speed. ,
Laid down. 1944.
Launched. 1944.
Completed. 1944.
Commissioned. 1945 in the USA, but became Pakistani in 1964.
Decommissioned. Sunk in 1971 by either the destroyer INS Rajput, an internal explosion or the accidental detonation of mines being laid by the submarine off the Vishakapatnam harbour.
Range. .
Test depth. 400 ft (120 m).
Crew. 10 officers, 71 enlisted (US service.).
Armament. .
Displacement. .
Struck. Sunk in 1971 by either the destroyer INS Rajput, an internal explosion or the accidental detonation of mines being laid by the submarine off the Vishakapatnam harbour.
Power source. .
Sensors and processing systems: ,
Installed power: ,
Sources http://defence.pk/threads/how-inidan-navy-sunk-pns-ghazi.71027/, http://military.wikia.com/wiki/PNS_Ghazi and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PNS_Ghazi.

Also seeEdit

  1. Pakistan
  2. Submarines
  3. INS Kursura (S20)
  4. 1971 Indo-Pak War
  5. 1965 Indo-Pak War
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