November 20, 2016: Three cadets of Indian Naval Academy (INA) visited Ecole Naval (French Naval Academy) at Brest, France as part of cadet exchange program from 14 November 2016 for a duration of one week.
The cadets accompanied by their divisional officer were exposed to various training methodologies and facilities at Ecole Naval. The cadets were given hands on experience on Naval advanced ship handling simulator and on state of the art fire fighting and damage control facilities at the academy. During the course of their association with Ecole Naval, the cadets embarked the French training Ship Églantine, and were exposed to various Ship manoeuvring and handling exercises at sea along with French Naval cadets.
Rear Admiral Benoit Lugan, Commandant Ecole Naval, welcoming the delegation of official and cadets at
Ecole Naval, at Brest, France
Delegation of Officer and cadets presenting a book on Maritime Heritage of India to Rear Admiral
Benoit Lugan, Commandant Ecole Naval at Brest, France
Commander Antony Branchereau, Commander Coordinator explaining training methodologies and
facilities at Ecole Naval to the IN delegate
Cadets of INA getting hands on experience on the state of the art fire fighting and damage control
simulator facilities at Ecole Naval, Brest, France
Cadets of INA getting hands on experience on Naval advanced ship handling simulator facility at
Ecole Naval, Brest, France
Photo Credit: PRO (INA)