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Missile destroyer INS Ranjit to be decommissioned – GK Dose

Missile destroyer INS Ranjit to be decommissioned – GK Dose

The Indian Navy’s frontline missile destroyer INS Ranjit will be decommissioned after 36 years of service. It was commisioned on September 15, 1983, with Captain Vishnu Bhagwat in command. The decommission ceremony will be held at Visakhapatnam’s naval dockyard on 6 May 2019.

About INS Ranjit

  • It was third of five Kashin-class destroyers (a series of anti-aircraft guided missile destroyers) built by former USSR. As of 2019, only one Kashin-class destroyers ship remains in service with Russian Navy, and five with Indian Navy as Rajput-class destroyers.
  • It is first of five Rajput class destroyer to go out of service.
  • It was constructed with serial number ‘Yard 2203’ in 61 Communards shipyard in Nikolev town, in Ukraine.
  • She was launched formally on 16 June 1979 and was given its Russian name “Lovkly” meaning “Agile”.
  • With a motto of ‘Sada Rane Jayate’ or ‘Ever Victorious in Battle’, INS Ranjit has been at forefront in keeping nation secure and deployed in a number of operations including IPKF (Indian Peace Keeping Force) operations and Operation Talwar (1999) during Kargil conflict.

Note: The Rajput-class destroyers (also known as Kashin-II class or Project 61E) are modified versions of Soviet Kashin class destroyers. It includes INS Rajput, INS Rana, INS Ranjit, INS Ranvir and INS Ranvijay. The Rajput class destroyers were first to be fitted with Brahmos supersonic cruise missiles.

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