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INS Dronacharya (Gunnery School)

Kochi, India

  • INS Dronacharya (Gunnery School)

    Established: 1983 Kochi

    INS Dronacharya is the gunnery school of the Indian Navy.  It is located in Kochi, Kerala, India.  It is responsible for training 820 officers and 2100 ratings per year in small-arms, naval missiles, artillery, radar ...

    Branch: Indian Navy

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INS Dronacharya (Gunnery School)