Indian Naval Aviation Museum Goa | Inside Indian Navy Aircraft Museum, Mormugao, Vasco Da Gama, Goa - Indian Navy exhibits and showcasing Indian Navy Aircraft, Helicopters, Missiles, Engines, Navy equipment, machines to detect danger under water, INS Vikrant, INS Viraat and many more Indian Navy & Aviation machinery at Indian Naval Aviation Museum located near to Dabolim Airport, Goa in Vasco Da Gama city and on the way to Bogmalo beach.
One and only Indian Navy Military Museum is in Goa's Mormugao area in Vasco Da Gama city and on the Bogmalo Beach Road - Inside Indian Naval Aviation Museum, Goa following things are showing - Fairey Firefly, HAL HT-2 being washed, The de Havilland Vampire, Decommissioned planes on display, The Breguet Alizé, The de Havilland Dove, The Hawker Sea Hawk, Westland Sea King Helicopter, L-1049G Lockheed Constellation, Front view of the Constellation, Access stairs of the Constellation, The Kamov Ka-25 Helicopter, The BAe Sea Harrier, Aircraft engines on display, Evolution of Women's Naval Uniform, Evolution of Men's Naval Uniform, Replica of the INS Viraat, Rear View, Front View of INS Viraat Model, Fire Fly, Sea Land, Kamov, Sea Hawk, Vampire, Nene Engine, Sea Eagle Anti Ship Missile at Indian Navy Museum (Goa).
Video showing the Helicopters, Copters, Aircraft, and other Indian Navy machinery - Watch Goa Naval Aviation Museum Dabolim Goa. This Indian Navy Museum is under Indian Naval military at Mormugao on Mangoor Hill of Vasco Da Gama (Goa). Goa's Indian Naval Aviation Museum is the only museum in Asia and is also one of the only seven naval aviation museums in the world. Goa's Indian Naval Aviation Museum, exhibits (shows) real aircraft that span the retries history of the naval aviation in India is displayed.
Indian Naval Aviation Museum Bogmalo Road, Mormugao, Goa - Details of Indian Naval Aviation (Navy) Museum Goa - The Naval Aviation Museum is a military museum located in Bogmalo, Vasco da Gama, Goa. This museum contains exhibits that showcase the evolution of the Indian Naval Air Arm over decades. one of the Two Military Aviation Museums in India, the other being the Indian Air Force Museum, Palam in Delhi. Naval Aviation Museum is the only of its kind in the entire continent of Asia.
Short Sealand Mk 2 - IN 106 is the only surviving example in India
Fairey Firefly TT Mk1 - IN 112 is the sole surviving example in India of the British WW2-era carrier-borne fighter and anti-submarine aircraft that was acquired in May 55 for target towing purposes.
HAL HT-2 - BX 748. Navy used the HT-2 primary trainers from 1956 to 1964. The current example on display has IAF markings.
de Havilland Vampire T-55 - IN 149. The T55 two seater variant of the Vampire was procured in September 1957 to train Naval airmen on Jet aircraft before the Navy inducted its Sea Hawks.
Hawker Sea Hawk FGA Mk 100 - IN 234. The Sea Hawks entered service along with INS Vikrant, India's first Aircraft carrier and served for two decades before being replaced by the Sea Harriers.
Breguet Alizé - IN 202. The Alize was the Navy's first carrier based Anti Submarine and Maritime Surveillance (ASM) aircraft and entered service in 1961. de Havilland Dove - IN 124. HAL Chetak - IN 475 entered service with INS Vikrant in 1961 as a Search and Rescue (SAR) helicopter.
Hughes Hu-300 - IN 083. The Hughes Hu300 two seater helicopters were inducted in 1971 for ab-initio training of helicopter pilots and were phased out in the mid 1980s.
Westland Sea King Mk 42. Lockheed L1049G Super Constellation - IN 315. The main attraction among the outdoor exhibits, this Lockheed L-1049G was originally delivered to Air India in 1955 and named "Rani of Ellora". It was transferred to the Indian Air Force in 1961, then on to the Naval Air Arm in 1976 and finally retired in 1983.
Kamov Ka-25 - IN 573. The Ka-25s, commissioned in 1980 were essentially for Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) with secondary surveillance and Search and Rescue (SAR) duties.
Sea Harrier FRS.51 - IN 621. The single seater Sea Harrier on display was delivered in 1991 and was based both on the INS Vikrant as well as the INS Viraat.
Mig 29k Flogger
Tupolev Tu-95 Strategic Reconnaissance / Heavy Bomber Aircraft (1956)]]
About key battles the Indian Air and Naval forces have participated in. The indoor gallery is divided into special rooms designated for a certain topic. Some of them are 'armament', which show military weapons that are attached to submarines and ships; 'attire' which show the progression of the uniforms worm by the members of the Indian air and naval forces over the years, among many others. Also on display are many rare and vintage photographs and documents that show several important periods in Naval Aviation History from 1959 onwards. One gallery also holds massive replicas of the INS Vikrant and INS Viraat. Another gallery holds a variety of bombs, torpedoes, sensors and cannons used by the Indian Navy.