Video: Aerial View of Navy’s ‘Passing-out Parade’ in Kerala | Latest News India

Written by Ishika Yadav | Edited by Swati Bhasin

The Indian Naval Academy (INA) held an impressive Passing-Out Parade (POP) for ‘Spring Term 2022’ on Saturday morning at Ejimala (Kerala), where cadets from the Indian Navy and the Indian Coast Guard passed through the portals. INA, upon successful completion of their training. The POP refers to the deployment of Indian Naval Academy cadets to the Indian Navy. After completing training at the Indian Naval Academy, cadets move on to various naval and Coast Guard ships.

In an aerial-watching video of the parade shared by news agency ANI on Twitter, cadets of the Indian Naval Academy were seen to be parading – two columns, dressed in uniforms, glowing with pride. The parade was reviewed by Admiral R Hari Kumar, Chief of the Chief Guest, Navy. The navy chief told the news agency ANI: “Things are getting complicated every year. Today, conflicts range from anonymity to autonomy, from the real world to the virtual world, and from the traditional to the hybrid. We have to educate ourselves with a broad understanding of the challenges.”

The Indian Naval Academy in Ezimala, Kerala is the largest naval academy in Asia. It is 35 km from the historical city of Kannur and 135 km from Mangalore city. The academy is surrounded by Mount Dilly, the Kawwai backwaters and the Arabian Sea. The campus covers an area of ​​2452 acres, with a total area of ​​22 km. It can accommodate 1500 cadets at once.

Cadets also demonstrated physical training, acrobatics, military music, and naval continuity drills at the ‘Outdoor Training Exhibition’ held on Thursday, as a prelude to the Passing Out Parade as Chief Guest – Vice Admiral MA Hampiholi (Indian Navy Flag Officer) Appeared with officers and cadets.

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