India Quietly Deploys Huge Spy Ship Designed To Track Nuclear Missiles

March 17, 2021



The Indian Economic Times revealed on Tuesday that last October the Indian Navy secretly commissioned a large, hi-tech surveillance ship formerly only known by the code designation VC-11184.

In addition to maritime surveillance and missile test monitoring missions, the 17,000 ton INS Dhruv allegedly could be used to provide early warning of attacks by ballistic missiles launched from Pakistan and China.

Despite the secrecy cloaking the vessel, general information on the Ocean Surveillance Ship’s capabilities and characteristics has circulated on Indian media and the vessel has been widely photographed at the shipyard in recent years…


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