Air Force

ACM Bhadauria emphasis for enhancing operational capabilities

The air chief emphasised the need for further enhancing the operational capabilities as well as improving serviceability of mission critical systems. Read More
 
 

IAF’s indigenous design for anti-locusts ops

Indian Air Force choppers will now be deployed to tackle the worst Locusts attack the country is anticipating in 27 years. Read More
 
 

First batch of 4 Rafale jets to arrive by July-end

Amid rising tension between India and China along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Eastern Ladakh, first batch of four Rafale fighter jets will fly to India in the last week of July. Read More
 
 

Fg Off Tejaswi Ranga Rao becomes first IAF weapons systems officer

Flying Officer Tejaswi Ranga Rao is the first woman to be selected to be a weapons systems officer in the Sukhoi-30 fleet – IAF's frontline air-dominance fighter aircraft. Read More
 
 

IAF’s Cheetah helicopter makes emergency landing near Sonepat

Indian Air Force’s (IAF) Cheetah helicopter on Friday made an emergency landing in Sonepat district of Haryana while it was proceeding from Hindan air base to Halwara for a routine Air Force task. Read More
 
 

IAF inducts another branch of young leaders

Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria reviewed the Combined Graduation Parade (CGP) held at Air Force Academy, Dundigal on Saturday. Read More
 
 

IAF designs and develops airborne rescue pod for isolated transportation

With an aim to evacuate the critical patients with infectious diseases including COVID-19 from high altitude area, isolated and remote places, the Indian Air Force (IAF) has designed, developed and manufactured an Airborne Rescue Pod for Isolated Transportation (ARPIT). Read More
 
 

WAC AOC-in-C Air Marshal B Suresh visits Halwara Air Force Station

Western Air Command (WAC) Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief Air Marshal B Suresh on Wednesday visited Air Force Station Halwara. Read More
 
 

IAF's 2nd LCA Tejas squadron becomes operational at Sulur

The Sulur-based ‘Flying Bullets’, the No 18 Squadron of the Indian Air Force (IAF) on Wednesday became second IAF squadron to operate the home-made supersonic LCA Tejas aircraft. Read More
 
 

IAF Chief to operationalise 2nd LCA Tejas squadron at Sulur on May 27

Indian Air Force (IAF) Chief Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria will operationalise No 18 Squadron ‘Flying Bullets’, equipped with LCA Tejas FOC Aircraft on May 27 at Sulur-based Air Force Station in Tamil Nadu. Read More
 
 

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