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835 Squadron of Coast Guard equipped with ALH MK III commissioned in Porbandar

Tags: Defence

Indian Coast Guard has commissioned its 835 Squadron consisting of indigenously developed Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) MK III at its Air Enclave in Porbandar, Gujarat on June 28, 2022.

  •  The Indian Coast Guard Director-General VS Pathania presided over the commissioning ceremony.
  • The commissioning of this squadron marks a tremendous leap towards self-reliance in the field of Search and Rescue (SAR) and maritime surveillance of Coast Guard in the western region.
  • So far, 13 ALH MK-III aircraft have been inducted in the Indian Coast Guard in a phased manner and four of these aircraft are positioned at Porbandar.

 Features of the Helicopter 

  • The helicopters, which have been indigenously manufactured by the Government of India owned Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), features state-of-the-art equipment, including an advanced radar and electro-optical sensors, Shakti engines, full glass cockpit, high-intensity searchlight, advanced communication systems, automatic identification system and a search-and-rescue homer.
  • These helicopters can land and take off from a ship in high seas. This extends the range of operations of the helicopter to carry out maritime reconnaissance as well as carry out search and rescue operations.

Indian Coast Guard

Indian Coast Guard (ICG) was officially established on 1st February 1977 by the Coast Guard Act, 1978 of the Parliament of India. 

  • It comes under the Union Ministry of Defence.
  • Its main role is to prevent seaborne smuggling of goods, to ensure the safety and protection of the islands, and to provide protection and assistance to the Indian fishermen and mariners at the high seas.
  • Motto: “Vayam Rakshamah - We Protect”
  • Headquarters: Ministry of Defence, New Delhi
  • Director-General: Virender Singh Pathania

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