Indian Air Force Day 2020 – Indian Air Force Celebrate 88th Anniversary!
The Indian Air Force is proudly celebrating its 88th anniversary this year.
The highlight of the Air Force Day parade cum investment ceremony at the Air Force Station Hindan of Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh,
And a breathtaking, twinkling and daring air display by several Air Force aircraft.
Indian Air Force Day is celebrates every year on 8th October.
‘On this IAF Day, we arrogantly honor our air warriors, veterans & families of the Air Force.
Similarly President of India Ram Nath Kovind tweet that,
The nation is indebt for the contribution of the IAF to keep our skies safe & help civil authorities in humanitarian aid and disaster relief.
Occasion of Air Force Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulate the Indian Air Force warriors.
PM Modi said that Air Force personnel not only protect the skies of India but also play an exemplary role in humanitarian service.
The courage, valor and dedication of the motherland of the IAF warriors is inspiring.
Defense Minister Rajnath Singh tweet,
‘Best wishes to Air Warriors & their families on the occasion of Air Force Day.
As well as 28 years of dedication, sacrifice & excellence have mark the journey of the Indian Air Force which is today a deadly and formidable force.’
In addition Air Force Day Status – The celebration of Air Force Day 2020 has start at 8 am at Air Force Station Hindan.
Equally the air demonstration will begin in its colorful canopies with the flag bearing skydiver of the famous AKASH GANGA team departing from the AN-32 aircraft.
Fly-past includes antique aircraft, latest transport aircraft & front line warrior aircraft.
Similarly the celebration ends at 1052 hours with a spelling aerobatic display.
History, importance of Air Force Day – Indian Air Force officially establish on 8th October 1932.
Further its first AC flight took place on 1 April 1933. It consisted of six trained officers of the RAF and 19 havai soldiers literally, airmen.
As well as the aircraft list includes four Westland wapiti IIA Army co operation as a No. 1 Army Co Operation Squadron of the ‘A’ Flight Nucleus in Biplanes at Drigh Road,
the IAF said on its website.