Officers And Sailors From The US, Singapore And Philippines Navy Participate In The Yoga Protocol
New York, June 17 (TNA) As a run up to International Day of Yoga 2022, INS Satpura conducted a special Yoga Protocol this week at Guam Harbour, USA. Apart from the ship's crew, personnel from other foreign Naval Warships in harbour and personnel of Indian origin at Guam, were invited.
Officers and sailors from US, Singapore and Philippines Navy participated in the Yoga protocol. As part of its long range operational deployment, INS Satpura arrived at Guam in Pacific Ocean on June 13. The visit to Guam is a precursor to RIMPAC22, one of the largest multilateral Naval Exercises in which the Indian Navy is participating with INS Satpura, one P8I maritime patrol aircraft and a shore contingent.
INS Satpura is an indigenously designed and built 6000 tonne guided missile stealth frigate equipped to seek and destroy adversary in air, surface and underwater. A frontline unit of Eastern Fleet based at Visakhapatnam, INS Satpura has been tasked for a long range operational deployment in the 75th year of India's Independence. The ship's crew has adopted Yoga in their daily routine and continue to accrue its benefits.