Indian Navy receives new stealth warship

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The Indian Navy has received a new warship designed to be hard to detect by radars.

The construction of this warship began in June 2015, and it was launched for the first time in 2016, with tests beginning in 2021, and it was scheduled for delivery to the Indian Nany by mid-2022.

In 2011, the Indian Navy signed a contract to acquire four P15B-class destroyers, with the first ship officially entering service for the Indian Navy in November 2021.

Each P15B stealth warship is 163 meters long, 17.4 meters wide, and has a water displacement rate of 7,300 tons.

These ships can carry a crew of 300, sail at speeds of up to 30 knots, and has a range of 4,000 nautical miles.

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