V Adm Suresh Bangara (Retired) Articles 3
He retired as Flag Officer Commanding – in – Chief, Southern Naval Command on 31 Jul 2006. Before that he was the Deputy Chief of Integrated Defence Staff – Operations, Commandant, National Defence Academy, Commander – in – Chief, Southern Naval Command. He also served as Naval Attache/Adviser at the Embassy/High Commission of India at Islamabad. He participated in the famous attack by Indian Navy on the Karachi harbour in Indo – Pak 1971 operations and was awarded ‘Mention in Despatches’. He underwent the Staff Course at the Royal Naval Staff College, Greenwich, London, 1979. National Defence College, New Delhi, 1992 and a course for Senior Executives in National and International Security,(John F Kennedy School) Harvard University, 2000. A prolific writer and speaker in various forums, he has authored papers and monographs, co-authored books and is a regular contributor in a few web based publications.
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Leveraging Indian Industry for Warship Production: Necessary Addendum to Make In India
Those who are familiar with the armed forces would know that periodic exercises under simulated combat conditions are primarily the method used to keep units combat ready at all times. In so... Read more
Underwater Domain Awareness and Acoustic Capacity Building – A Maritime Security Perspective in the Indian Ocean Region
Maritime security is burdened by thousands of years of history and tradition. Joseph L. Nimmich and Dana A. Goward US Coast Guard. The statement on top is a highly loaded, one that truly des... Read more
Defence Planning Committee: Is it a New Beginning?
Editor’s Note The creation of a Defence Planning Committee (DPC) has drawn a mixed response. Some people have viewed it as the state burial to the concept of Chief of Defence Staff, while ot... Read more