Indian air force – part 1

 

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FACTS on Indian Air Force

introduction

The Indian Air Force is one of the important parts of the defense system in India. It is very powerful. In fact, it is the fourth most powerful air force in the world. The US, Russia and Israel hold key positions. Let us see in detail about our patrons in the air… ..

Key facts

Indian Air Force was Established on 1932 October 08.

Its headquarters is new Delhi.

Is the slogan Touch the sky with pride or sky (Sanskrit). This motto is taken from Bhagavad Gita

When is Indian Air Force Day celebrated? 8 OctoberTh Every year in memory of Foundation Day.

Some other facts.

In India, a war aircraft manufacturing organization is Hindustan Aeronautical Limited Headquarters in Bengaluru.

The fighter plane borrowed by India from France is Mirage 2000. These are known in India as Thunderbolt.

The original trainer aircraft of India which was indigenously built Hindustan Turbo Trainer – 40 (HTT – 40). The aircraft was developed by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited.

India’s indigenously built jet engine is Kaveri (Kaveri) or Turbo Fan.

The first person to reach space was the squadron leader and the wing commander of the Air Force Rakesh Sharma. He is the second person from the Indian Air Force to receive the Ashoka Chakra Award.

The first player to be awarded the honorary rank of Group Captain by the Indian Air Force (also known as Honorary Air Vice Marshal rank) Sachin Tendulkar. He was honored in 2010.

JRD Tata was the first person and businessman to be awarded the honorary rank of Group Captain by the Indian Air Force (also known as Honorary Air Vice Marshal rank). He was honored on 1 April 1974.

India borrowed Green pine radar From Israel.

The first Indian woman badminton player to fly in India’s Light Combat Air Craft PVSindhu.

Combat aircraft borrowed by India from Russia are Sukhoi, Mr.

Is the first female flight engineer in the Indian Air Force Heena Jaiswal.

Some expeditions by Indian AIR

1947-48 -> First Indo-Pak War

1962 -> India – China War

1965 -> Second India – Pak War

1971 -> Liberation of Bangladesh from Pakistan (3 December – 16)

1971 -> Meghna – Heli bridge attack in Bangladesh (9 December)

1971 -> Tangail Air Drop in Bangladesh (11 December)

1984 -> Operation Meghdoot at Siachen Glacier (13 April)

1987 -> Operation Pumlai in Jaffna, Sri Lanka.

1988 -> Operation Cactus, a military operation in the Maldives

1999 -> Operation Safdar Sagar in Kargil War between India and Pakistan

2019 -> Operation Balakhot (2019 February 26)

The conclusion

In short, the Indian Air Force is one of the most powerful air forces in the world. It has achieved many golden moments in Indian history and performed many operations. We can see in detail about the Indian Air Force in the second part…

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