1TS Ships at Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania
Ships of the First Training Squadron (1 TS) including, Indian Naval Ships Tir and Sujata and ICGS Sarathi are on a visit to Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania. As part of the visit, the personnel of the Squadron carried out community outreach services which included, repair of electrical equipment and providing other assistance to an educational and vocational centre for street children at Manzese Mebzi Makabe Centre. A medical camp was also organised for the inmates of the orphanage and local civilians. In addition, the Indian Navy band performed at the Indian Council for Cultural Relations at Dar es Salaam and enthralled the audience.
Ships of the First Training Squadron (1 TS) including, Indian Naval Ships Tir and Sujata and ICGS Sarathi are on a visit to Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania. As part of the visit, friendly football and volleyball matches between sea trainees of the Squadron and teams from Tanzania People Defence Force (TPDF) were conducted at Kigamboni Naval Base. The sea trainees also visited Mawalimu Nyerere Memorial Academy, Dar-Es-Salaam and were acquainted with various training and operational facilities. NBCD, gunnery and seamanship instructions and training were imparted to 40 TPDF personnel including five officers onboard 1 TS ships. About 550 children from Zunaki Primary school, Makumbusho school and the Academic International school of Dar-Es-Salaam visited the ships. The ships of 1 TS were also open to visit by the local populace and the visitors were provided a guided tour of the ships.
Ships of the First Training Squadron including, Indian Naval Ships Tir and Sujata and ICGS Sarathi are on a visit to Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania. Vice Admiral AR Karve, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief Southern Naval Command is also on a concurrent visit to Tanzania and called on DR Florens M Turaka, Defence Secretary, accompanied by Commanding Officers INS Tir and Sujata and ICGS Sarathi. A reception was hosted onboard INS Tir and ICGS Sarathi, which was attended by Dr. Susan Kolimba, Hon’ble Deputy Minister for foreign affairs and East African cooperation of Tanzania, HE Mr Sandeep Arya, High Commissioner of India to Tanzania, Ambassadors of Vietnam, Oman and Italy, senior officers of the Tanzania Peoples Defence Force, Members of Diplomatic Corps, Secretaries of various Departments, Government of Tanzania and members of Indian Diaspora. A cultural programme was also presented by the Sea Trainees during the reception, which was well received.