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In case of another Pulwama, there will be no status quo, says IAF chief Bhadauria

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 26 February 2020
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Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria Current Chief of the Air Staff

Taken necessary action to handle any upcoming contingency on LAC: IAF Chief [Video]

Taken necessary action to handle any upcoming contingency on LAC: IAF Chief

The Indian Air Force Chief, Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria said on June 20 reacted on the question over his visit Leh and Srinagar airbases amid the escalated tension between India and China at Galwan Valley in Eastern Ladakh. "We are aware of the situation, be it on LAC or beyond, be it their air deployments, their posture and kind of deployments. We've full analysis and we've taken necessary action that we need to take to handle any contingency that may come up: IAF Chief Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria. On June 19, the IAF chief visited Leh and Srinagar airbases to review the preparedness of forces.

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IAF inducts 2nd LCA Tejas squadron [Video]

IAF inducts 2nd LCA Tejas squadron

The second squadron of Light Combat Aircraft Tejas fighter was inducted by Indian Air Force today at Sulur Air Force Station. 18 Squadron was operationalised by IAF Chief Air Marshal RKS Bhadauria. IAF Chief Air Marshal RKS Bhadauria flew the Light Combat Aircraft Tejas fighter with 45 Squadron at Air Force Station Sulur.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:13Published
IAF Chief Air Marshal Bhadauria flies LCA Tejas at 2nd squadron induction ceremony [Video]

IAF Chief Air Marshal Bhadauria flies LCA Tejas at 2nd squadron induction ceremony

Air Force Chief RKS Bhadauria landed the LCA Tejas fighter after a sortie at the induction ceremony of the second squadron of the LCA Tejas fighters in Sulur, Tamil Nadu today.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:00Published
Air Force ready 24x7 to attack terrorist camps across LoC in PoK if need arises: IAF Chief [Video]

Air Force ready 24x7 to attack terrorist camps across LoC in PoK if need arises: IAF Chief

Indian Air Force Chief Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria on May 18 said, "If the situation demands so, of course, Indian Air Force is ready 24x7." He was replying to a question that if his force is ready to take out any terrorist camp or launchpad across the Line of Control in Pakistan occupied Kashmir.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:24Published

Pulwama Pulwama CITY in Jammu and Kashmir, India

High alert in north, central Kashmir after intel suggests terrorists planning Pulwama-like attack

North and Central Kashmir have been put on high alert after intelligence inputs suggested that terrorists are planning to carry out a Pulwama like suicide..
DNA

NIA arrests Pulwama resident for February 2019 attack on CRPF convoy

The NIA has arrested a Pulwama resident for allegedly providing logistical support to terrorists involved in planning the attack on a CRPF convoy that left 40..
IndiaTimes

J&K: Army jawan martyred, one terrorist slain after encounter breaks out in Pulwama; cop wounded

Police clarified that the terrorists were asked to surrender first but they instead fired upon the joint security team.
DNA

J&K: Encounter breaks out in south Kashmir's Pulwama; terrorists trapped in cordon

Police clarified that the terrorists were asked to surrender first but they instead fired upon the joint security team.
DNA

Indian Air Force Indian Air Force Air warfare branch of India's military

US aerospace major Boeing completes delivery of 37 military helicopters to India

In the midst of India's tense border standoff with China, US aerospace major Boeing delivered the final five of the 22 Apache attack helicopters to the Indian..
IndiaTimes

Boeing completes helicopter deliveries to Indian Air Force

The final five of the 22 Apache attack helicopters were handed over to the IAF at Air Force Station, Hindon.
DNA

IAF carrying out intensive night-time operations over Eastern Ladakh

Team ANI reached a forward airbase near China border from where the Indian Air Force is carrying out intensive night operations involving its fighter aircraft..
IndiaTimes
Watch: IAF's Apache helicopter carries out night operations near China border [Video]

Watch: IAF's Apache helicopter carries out night operations near China border

Indian Air Force (IAF) Apache attack helicopter, at a forward airbase near India-China border, carried out night operations. These attack helicopters are fully loaded with fire-and-forget anti tank guided missiles, air to air missiles, rockets and other ammunitions. Apache helicopters also have modern Electronic Warfare (EW) capabilities to provide versatility to the helicopter in a network centric aerial warfare. These aircrafts have been modified specifically to suit the exacting standards demanded by IAF.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 02:28Published
Watch: IAF's MiG-29 roars in night operations near China border [Video]

Watch: IAF's MiG-29 roars in night operations near China border

Indian Air Force's MiG-29 fighter aircraft conducted night operations at a forward airbase near India-China border. Chinook heavylift helicopter also joined the night operation. The Indian Air Force has significantly enhanced deployment of frontline jets, attack helicopters and transport fleet in its key bases along the Line of Actual Control. The air activities in the Ladakh area and other places along the China border had gone up extensively soon after the Galwan valley clash on June 15 in which 20 Indian Army personnel lost their lives.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:29Published

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