KOCHI: The 12-day sea training for the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) ship KD Jebat, commanded by commander Mohammed Noorsyarizal Bin Mohammed Noordin, concluded here on Monday. The training was done under the aegis of the Indian Naval Work Up Team (INWT)
The closing ceremony, conducted on board the KD Jebat, was attended by Rear Admiral S J Singh, Flag Officer Sea Training (FOST), and the INWT staff who had actively participated in the work-up of the RMN ship. Addressing the crew of KD Jebat, the FOST complimented them for their excellent performance during the work-up. An Indian Naval team also plans to visit KD Jebat for exploring further avenues to enhance interoperability and exchange best practices between the two Navies. The ship is scheduled to depart Kochi for Malaysia on October 24.
Earlier, the Commanding Officer (CO) of KD Jebat called on Vice-Admiral Anil K Chawla, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief (FOC-in-C), Southern Naval Command (SNC). The C-in-C complimented CO Jebat for his ship’s outstanding performance during the work-up.