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Admiral Anup Singh

Admiral Anup Singh

Admiral Anup Singh – A specialist in Navigation and Direction, he has held a mix of operational, staff and instructional appointments during his career of 36 years.
In fact, he was the commissioning Commanding Officer of two ships, INS Veer, a missile vessel and INS Delhi, the first indigenously designed and built destroyer of 6700 ton displacement. His last operational appointment was Flag Officer Commanding Western Fleet where he led Operation SUKOON, the evacuation of civilians from war-torn Lebanon in July 2006.

Ashore, Vice Admiral Anup Singh has held Command and Staff appointments including Assistant Controller of Carrier Projects and Warship Production and Acquisition at Naval Headquarters, Chief Instructor (Navy), Defence Services Staff College, Wellington, Chief of Staff, Western Naval Command, Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Air) and the Deputy Chief of Naval Staff. In his capacity as Deputy Chief of Naval Staff, he was primarily responsible for maritime operations in all three domains, Foreign Cooperation, Intelligence, Communications as well as acquisition of Naval Aviation assets and for laying down the long-term vision for naval aviation.
A keen sportsman and adventurer, he was the Sailing Master of the first ever square-rigged Sail Training Vessel ‘Varuna’ in 1980-82. He has also skippered the Naval Yatch ‘Samudra’ for the Pacific Crossing during her round the world voyage in 1989.

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Naval Operations: Naval Operations – Beyond Naval Blockade
VoW 2021 | Speaker | Plenary
October 10, 2021 1:00pm to 1:45pm at USI Stage

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