CDS General Bipin Rawat, Army Chief General MM Naravane, IAF Chief Air Marshal RKS Bhaduria & Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh pay tribute at the National War Memorial in Delhi on the occasion of #ArmyDay
For Air Force starting as an auxiliary force in 1932 & growing to where we're today, a lethal, potent aerospace power - on this Veterans' Day, I'd like to acknowledge with respect & pride the contribution of our Veterans in this journey: IAF Chief Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria
Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria visited bases and ALGs in #Ladakh sector including Thoise and Nyoma. He reviewed the status of deployments and interacted with personnel deployed in forward areas.
“We received reports from the diver team that the visibility in the water is good and clear, allowing the discovery of some parts of the plane,” Air Chief Marshal Hadi Tjahjanto said in a statement. “We are sure that is the point where the plane crashed.”
There has been delay in delivery schedule in contracts already executed to HAL. There is a 3 yrs delay in delivery of Sukhoi-30, 6 years delay in Jaguar, 5 year delay in LCA, and 2 year delay in delivery of Mirage 2000 upgrade: Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa
Met India’s former Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa (retired). He has served our nation with utmost valour, diligence and professionalism. He has made a rich contribution to our Air Force. My best wishes to him for his future endeavours.
Indian Air Force (IAF) chief Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa and Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman flew in the trainer version of the MiG-21 Type 69 fighter Aircraft, earlier today. This was also the last sortie of the IAF Chief in a combat aircraft.
#WATCH Indian Air Force showcases the story of the Balakot aerial strikes in a promotional video at the annual Air Force Day press conference by Air Force Chief AirChief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria.
Punjab: Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa and Western Air Commander Air Marshal R Nambiar near the Apache choppers for 'Pooja' ceremony before induction at the Pathankot Air Base. India is the 16th nation in the world to be operating the Apache attack helicopters.
Indian Air Chief Marshal, Birender Singh Dhanoa: Who says we don't need Rafale?The govt says we need Rafale, we are saying we need Rafale, the SC has given a fine judgement, it took us so long that our adversaries have already upgraded their system. #Rafale is a game changer.
Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa: When the #Rafale comes in, the deterrence of our air defence will increase manifold,and they (Pak) will not come anywhere near the LoC or the border,with the kind of of capability that we will posses, for which presently they(Pak) don't have an answer
Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa on air strikes: The target has been clearly amplified by FS in his statement. If we plan to hit the target, we hit the target, otherwise why would he (Pak PM) have responded, if we dropped bombs in the jungles why would he respond.
Rafale aircraft will be a game changer, it has got better capabilities than our regional adversaries. We've got a very good package along with the aircraft. India specific enhancements are better priced & have better delivery timelines: Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa on #RafaleDeal