Karambir Singh takes charge as new Chief of Naval Staff (CNS)
Admiral Karambir Singh has taken charge as the 24th Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS) from Adm. Sunil Lanba, who stepped down upon retirement. He is the first helicopter pilot of the Navy to become the CNS. Prior to this post, Adm. Singh was the Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief (FOC-in-C) of the Eastern Naval Command, headquartered in Visakhapatnam. During his long and distinguished service spanning nearly 39 years, Adm. Singh has served in a variety of Command, Staff and Instructional appointments. The tenure of a Service Chief is three years or 62 years of age, whichever is earlier.
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Topics: Chief of Naval Staff • Chief of the Naval Staff • Eastern Naval Command • Karambir Singh • Military • Military personnel • Recipients of the Ati Vishisht Seva Medal • Sunil Lanba • Surinder Pal Singh Cheema
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