Lt Gen Manoj Pande will take charge as the chief of the Indian Army’s Eastern Command on Tuesday, i.e. June 1. He will succeeds Lt Gen Anil Chauhan. Lt Gen Pande served as 15th Commander-in-Chief of Andaman and Nicobar Command (CINCAN). On Monday, he relinquished the command of the only tri-services operational command of the Armed Forces.
Monthly Archives: May 2021
COVID-19 in India: Medical ICU Installed Onboard ALH MK III Aircraft For Evacuation Of Critical Patients
Amid COVID-19 pandemic, the Indian Defence Forces has swung into action to assist the government in fighting coronavirus. They have launched the operation CO-JEET to tackle COVID-19. A Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) has been installed onboard ALH Mk III from INAS 323 at INS Hansa by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL).
INA POP Spring Term 2021: 152 Trainees Commissioned Into Indian Navy In Passing Out Parade Held at Indian Naval Academy in Ezhimala
In a spectacular Passing out Parade (POP) held at Indian Naval Academy (INA), Ezhimala, on Saturday, May 29, 2021, 152 trainees comprising Midshipmen of 100 INAC, cadets of 30A Naval Orientation Course (Extended) and 32 Naval Orientation Course (Regular) passed out with flying colours, marking the culmination of their ab-initio training.
Nikita Kaul, Wife of Pulwama Martyr Major Vibhuti Dhoundiyal, Joins Indian Army as Lieutenant During POP Held at OTA Chennai
Two years after Major Vibhuti Dhoundiyal laid down his life while fighting terrorists, his wife Nikita Kaul joined the Indian Army. After the Passing out Parade at Officers Training Academy in Chennai. Lt Nikita Kaul said Major Dhoundiyal is always going to be part of his life and Army Commander Northern Command Lt Gen YK Joshi pipped stars of Lt Kaul’s shoulders.
IAF Chief RKS Bhadauria Flies ‘Missing Man’ Formation in Mig-21 BISON to Pay Tribute to Sqaudron Leader Abhinav Choudhary
IAF Cheif RKS Bhadauria Flies Missing Man Formation in Mig-21 BISON to Pay Tribute to Sqaudron Leader Abhinav Choudhary
The Chief of the Air Staff Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria on Thursday [paid tribute to Squadron Leader Abhinav Choudhary, who lost his life in Mig-21 Bison crash last week, by flying “missing man” formation. Air Chief Marshal Bhadauria flew the “missing man” formation in a MiG-21 Bison aircraft.
COVID-19 Surge in India: Indian Navy Provides ‘Oxygen on Wheels’ to Palasa Coronavirus Care Centre
India is witnessing the second wave of COVID-19. The Indian Defence Forces waged a war against the deadly virus by launching operation CO-JEET. Based on a request from the Srikakulam District Collector Shri J Niwas, the Indian Navy provided on “Oxygen on Wheels” plant to Palasa COVID Care Centre on Mayn25, 2021.
Cyclone Yaas: Indian Army’s Eastern Command Spearheads Rescue & Relief Operations in West Bengal in Preparations For Cyclonic Storm
The Indian Army’s Eastern Command is spearheading Army’s response for rescue and relief operations in West Bengal in preparations for Cyclone Yaas. The deployment of Army columns is based on requisition and is in close coordination with the Government of West Bengal.
Mig-21 BISON Crashes Near Punjab’s Moga, Sqn Ldr Abhinav Chaudhary Died; 3rd Accident in 2021 Involving Mig-21
An Indian Air Force (IAF) pilot Squadron Leader Abhinav Chaudhary was killed in an Mig-21 BISON aircraft crash on Thursday night. The accident took place Punjab’s Moga district. A Court of Inquiry (CoI) has been ordered to investigate the crash. The aircraft was on a routine training sortie when the accident occurred.
INS Rajput, The First Destroyer of Indian Navy, to be Decommissioned on May 21 After Serving For Over 41 Years
INS Rajput, the first destroyer of the Indian Navy, will be decommissioned on May 21, 2021 after the service of over 41 years. INS Rajput, the lead ship of the Kashin-class destroyers built by the erstwhile USSR was commissioned on May 4, 1980 and has rendered yeoman service to the Indian Navy for over four decades.
From Rafale Jets to Sukhoi Su-30 MKI, Here Are Aircraft That Bolster IAF’s Capabilities
The fifth batch of Rafale fighter aircrafts arrived in India last month. Till now, over 20 out Rafale jets have been inducted into the Indian Air Force. With Induction of Rafale aircraft, the IAF has now varied range of fighter jets to counter the adversities.