Indian Air Force turns 86 today

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The Indian Air Force (IAF) is celebrating its 86th Anniversary today. In the last eight decades, IAF has technologically evolved and grown in strength to thwart any threat to the nation.

To mark the occasion and in keeping up with the tradition, IAF has planned a grand Parade cum Investiture Ceremony at Air Force Station Hindan (Ghaziabad).  Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa, Chief of the Air Staff will review the parade. Various dignitaries and veterans will participate in the celebrations.

The parade will be followed by a breath taking display by the Air Warrior Drill Team, wherein the team will showcase their weapon handling skills and carry out diverse maneuvers with their rifles.  This will be followed by a scintillating air display by wide range of IAF aircraft including Vintage flight.

The air display will commence with flag bearing sky divers of famous Akash Ganga Team, who will jump from an An-32 aircraft.

Fly-past will comprise of Mi-17 V5 and Rudra helicopters, Dornier, C-130J and C-17 transport aircraft, Jaguar, Bison, MiG-29, Mirage-2000 and SU-30 MKI fighter aircraft.  Dakota, Tiger Moth and Harvard of the IAF Vintage flight will also participate in the fly-past.

The IAF has been committed to safeguard the Indian skies and has played a key role in providing assistance to the people of the country during hour of need.

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