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    A visit to the ship INS Trikand

    Trikand belongs to the Talwar class of guided missile frigates. These are modified Krivak III-class frigates built by Russia. These ships use stealth technologies and a special hull design to ensure a reduced radar cross section much of the equipment on the ship is Russian-made, but a significant number of systems of Indian origin have also been incorporated.
    In a demonstration of India’s commitment to its ties with Tanzania, Indian Naval Ship Trikand has arrived at Dar es Salaam on a three day visit. The visit is aimed at enhancing bilateral ties, strengthening the existing bonds of friendship and reinforcing cooperation in maritime security between India and Tanzania. At the helm of the ship is the Commanding Officer, Captain Arjun Dev Nair who is assisted by a team of professional and highly motivated men of the Indian Navy.
    During the stay in harbour students of classes 7, 8 and 9 visited this on 8th September 2016.
    It was a rare and wonderful opportunity for all students to visit an Indian warship. We all were extremely happy and thrilled about this unforgettable chance that came their way.
    We went to the port by our school buses. When we arrived at the port it was very exciting experience. Then the navy officers taught us about the parts of the ship and about the ranging of radar and weapons. We enjoyed our stay with the navy men and clicked lots of pictures with them.
    It was an unforgettable experience for all of us and knowledgeable too.Trikand belongs to the Talwar class of guided missile frigates. These are modified Krivak III-class frigates built by Russia. These ships use stealth technologies and a special hull design to ensure a reduced radar cross section much of the equipment on the ship is Russian-made, but a significant number of systems of Indian origin have also been incorporated.
    In a demonstration of India’s commitment to its ties with Tanzania, Indian Naval Ship Trikand has arrived at Dar es Salaam on a three day visit. The visit is aimed at enhancing bilateral ties, strengthening the existing bonds of friendship and reinforcing cooperation in maritime security between India and Tanzania. At the helm of the ship is the Commanding Officer, Captain Arjun Dev Nair who is assisted by a team of professional and highly motivated men of the Indian Navy.
    During the stay in harbour students of classes 7, 8 and 9 visited this on 8th September 2016.
    It was a rare and wonderful opportunity for all students to visit an Indian warship. We all were extremely happy and thrilled about this unforgettable chance that came their way.
    We went to the port by our school buses. When we arrived at the port it was very exciting experience. Then the navy officers taught us about the parts of the ship and about the ranging of radar and weapons. We enjoyed our stay with the navy men and clicked lots of pictures with them.
    It was an unforgettable experience for all of us and knowledgeable too.
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    Re: A visit to the ship INS Trikand

    Welcome to Using English.
    First, go back and edit your post to remove the double post. You have the same words twice.
    Then, remove the part you cut and pasted from Wikipedia. Your teacher will be able to tell right away that you did that.

    Then we will take another look.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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