Commissioned in the year 1942, the HMIS Valsura was the torpedo training school of the Indian Navy. The term Valsura means 'swordfish'. The best torpedo carrying aircraft of this institute was also named as HMIS Valsura. After our independence in the year 1947, the name changed and the new name is the Indian Navy Ship Valsura or the INS Valsura. It is located on the Rozi Island in Jamnagar amidst the beauty of the white salt pans around. The main aim of this place is to train officers and sailors in special fields of sailing related elctric, electronics and technology.