IAF Chief Visits Frontline Air Base in Western Air Command

Indian Air Force

New Delhi: Chief of Air Staff (CAS), Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria on August 13 visited a frontline air base in Western Air Command.

On his arrival, the CAS was received by the Air Officer Commanding (AOC) of the base who briefed him on the readiness and operational status of the lodger units located at the base.

During the day long visit, the CAS reviewed the operational preparedness of the base and interacted with air warriors serving on the frontlines. The CAS urged the air warriors to maintain the highest standards of readiness. He also appreciated their efforts in preserving IAF’s combat potential during the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic.

Earlier in the day, the CAS flew the Mig 21 Bison with the resident squadron.

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