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Vice Admiral Pradeep Kumar Chatterjee, PVSM, AVSM, NM Commander-in-Chief Andaman and Nicobar Command
Vice Admiral Pradeep K Chatterjee, an alumnus of the Rashtriya Indian Military College, Dehra Dun and the National Defence Academy, Pune was commissioned in the Indian Navy on 01 Jan 1977.

The Flag Officer is a submariner and has commanded the Type 1500 submarines, Shankush and Shankul, the latter of which he commissioned.

His ship commands include the Training Ship INS Krishna, and the Guided Missile Destroyer INS Rajput. The Flag Officer has held numerous senior level Staff appointments which include Commodore Commanding Submarines (West), COMCOS (W) at Mumbai, and Principal Director Submarine Operations (PDSMO) and Principal Director Submarine Acquisition (PDSMAQ), both at Naval Headquarters, New Delhi.

In Flag rank he has held the prestigious posts of Flag Officer Submarines (FOSM) at Visakhapatnam, Flag Officer Maharashtra and Gujarat Naval Area (FOMAG) at Mumbai, and Inspector General Nuclear Safety (IGNS) and Deputy Chief of Naval Staff (DCNS) at Naval Headquarters, New Delhi.

In his long and illustrious career, the Flag Officer has also walked through the portals of the Defence Services Staff College, Wellington, the College of Naval Warfare, Mumbai and the National Defence College, New Delhi.

Vice Admiral Pradeep Kumar Chatterjee is decorated with Param Vishisht Seva Medal (PVSM), Ati Vishisht Seva Medal (AVSM) and Nau Sena Medal, NM (Gallantry).

The Flag Officer has assumed the duties of Commander-in-Chief Andaman & Nicobar Command with effect from 01 Jun 2014.

The Flag Officer is a keen golfer and an avid painter. He and Mrs Sharmistha Chatterjee are blessed with two daughters.

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