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Unit History: HMIS Narbada

HMIS Narbada
Built by John I Thornycroft & Company, Hampshire.
She was ordered for the Indian navy in 1940.
She was commissioned in 1943 to the Royal Indian Navy in 1943. After work up in Scapa Flow, she was assigned to the Eastern Fleet. Here she carried out escort duties, and supported Indian Army operations in the Pacific.
After VJ Day she was stationed in the Bay of Bengal, She was decommissioned in 1947, and transferred to the Pakistan Navy.
She was renamed PS Jhelum. Broken up in 1959.
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Active From: 1943 - 1947

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