Recently, the Indian Navy’s third indigenous stealth destroyer of the Project 15B class undertook her maiden sea sortie.
About INS Imphal:
It is named after India’s Northeastern city of Imphal.
The Navy’s Warship Design Bureau designed the ship in-house, and Mazagon Dock Ltd. (MDL) was responsible for its construction.
The maximum speed is 30 knots; the length is 163 metres, while their width is 17 metres.
It has a displacement capacity of 7400 tonnes when fully loaded.
Major parts of the ship are made in India.
The arsenal consists of 76mm Super Rapid Gun Mounts, Indigenous Torpedo Tube Launchers, Indigenous Anti-Submarine Rocket Launchers, Medium Range Surface-to-Air Missiles, BrahMos Surface-to-Surface Missiles etc.