AIR WARRIORS INDUCTED INTO INDIAN AIR FORCE AT AIR FORCE STATION TAMBARAM

Air Commodore Vipul Singh Air Officer Commanding, Air Force Station Tambaram is receiving the salute from parade.

AIR WARRIORS INDUCTED INTO INDIAN AIR FORCE AT AIR FORCE STATION TAMBARAM

In an impressive passing out parade at Air Force Station Tambaram, 692 air Warriors were inducted into the Indian Air Force. These Air Warriors went through 64 weeks of rigorous and intensive training at Mechanical Training Institute, before passing out.

Air Commodore Vipul Singh Vayu Sena Medal, Air Officer Commanding, Air Force Station Tambaram was the Chief Guest on the occasion and reviewed the parade. In his address, the Reviewing Officer complimented the newly inducted ‘Air Warriors’ on their immaculate turn-out and impressive drill movements. He further added that Air Warriors must strive for professional excellence keeping pace with the induction of the state-of-the-art aircraft, equipment and weapon systems in the IAF and aligning themselves with the operational philosophy of IAF. He also advised them to maintain exemplary conduct at all times, in keeping with the ethos of the service.

Leading Aircraftsman Shivam Singh bagged the Course ‘Best All-Rounder Trophy’.