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In a groundbreaking initiative, the Indian Navy and the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) have joined forces to enhance expertise in armament quality management. This marks the first-ever collaboration between the two forces on such a topic.

The Directorate General of Naval Armament Inspection (DGNAI) conducted a specialized training program on Armament Quality Management Systems (AQMS) for ten CRPF officers. This program equipped participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively manage and maintain their own armament systems.

Following the successful completion of the program, Rear Admiral Brijesh Vashishta, Director General of Naval Armament Inspection (DGNAI), presented course certificates to the participating CRPF officers. The ceremony was also attended by Shri Des Raj, DIG (Ordnance) Headquarters CRPF, and Commodore Sujay Kapoor, Commodore (Armament Production & Indigenisation).

The comprehensive training program included sessions at various facilities across India. The officers received instruction at:

  • Naval Armament Inspection Training Facility (NAITF), Colaba Naval Armament Inspection (CNAI) (West), Mumbai
  • CNA (Ordnance Factory) / MILIT, Pune
  • Naval Armament Inspection (NAI), Kanpur