INS Kamorta: India’s first domestically built stealth warship commissioned into Navy

India’s first indigenously-built stealth anti-submarine warfare INS Kamorta was commissioned into Indian Navy by Defence Minister Arun Jaitley at naval dockyard in Vishakhapatnam.

The corvette has been built by the state-owned Gardenreach Shipbuilders (GRSE) in Kolkata and is the first vessel in the Navy whose all weapon systems have been manufactured indigenously.

Kamorta is the first of four ASW stealth combat ships designed by Indian Navy’s internal organization, Directorate of Naval Design (DND), and built by GRSE.

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