The Indian Navy has equipped its amphibious warfare ship, INS Jalashwa , with indigenously developed combat systems.
Recent images of the warship indicate that it has been installed with the Bharat Electronics Revathi radar in place of the legacy SPS-40 air search radar.
The vessel has also received the locally developed Kavach naval decoy launchers, and Indian-made electro-optical (EO) fire control directors for its AK-630M gun mounts.
The ship’s Phalanx close-in weapon system (CIWS) turrets, which were included during its transfer from the US, have been removed.
By: IHS Janes