INS Tabar (F44)

INS Tabar (F44)

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INS Tabar (F44)

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INS Tabar (F44) (translated as Battle axe) is the third of the s of the Indian Navy. The frigate was commissioned on 19 April 2004 in Kaliningrad, Russia. INS Tabar is the first vessel in the Talwar class to be armed with supersonic BrahMos (PJ-10) anti-ship cruise missiles. She is also equipped with Barak missiles. The commissioning CO of Tabar was Capt.Ag Thapliyal

After a 12 port commissioning cruise INS Tabar reached her homeport of Mumbai 31 July 2004. Along with her sister ships INS Talwar (sword in Sanskrit) and INS Trishul (trident in Sanskrit), INS Tabar is assigned to Indian Navy’s Western Naval Command, headquartered in Mumbai. INS Tabar is a well-equipped warship that has the ability to handle air/surface/sub-surface missions or defending herself operating either independently on maritime missions or supporting a larger naval task force.

Design and performance

INS Tabar's 28 officers and 232 sailors living conditions are similar to those on the RAN’s Adelaide class frigate. Fully loaded, INS Tabar has a displacement of 4035 tons. The main engines of INS Tabar are the Zorya/Mashproekt M7N-1E gas turbine plant comprising two DS-71 cruise turbines (each rated up to 9000 hp) and two DT-59 boost turbines. These powerplants move INS Tabar to . Her maximum range is at , while at the range lessens to . One downside for INS Tabar and her sister ships is the amount of smoke her engines produce.


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