As an air warrior in the Indian Air Force, you’re tasked with upholding the constitution and protecting India’s freedom. The responsibility is enormous, but its not only about work, its also about living well. Quality of life is an important attribute of Air Force life and has no parallel in the civil sector. The life offers you challenge, adventure, excitement, honour, prestige, self-respect, content family life, safety and security for self and family and not to forget the social status, respect and esteem of your countrymen
Commissioned in the Indian Air Force as a Pilot Officer in 1970. Then a Squadron Leader to embark on a historic mission in 1984 as a part of a joint space program between ISRO and the Soviet Intercosmos space program. He spent eight days in space aboard the Salyut 7 space station.
He was conferred with the honour of ‘Hero of Soviet Union’ upon his return from space.Read More
Commissioned in the Indian Air Force as an Air Traffic Control Officer on 30 June 2012, Squadron Leader Shikha Pandey is the first IAF officer to play for the Indian Women cricket team and made her international debut in the year 2014.
She has represented India in all 3 formats and has been part of 5 World Cups: 2014 (T20), 2016 (T20), 2017, 2020 (T20) and 2021.Read More
In 1999 during the Kargil War, the Indian Air Force was given a unique responsibility, to evict the enemy from high-altitude posts.
Group Captain Shreepad Tokekar was a pilot during the conflict. He was then a Flight Lieutenant and was flying the Mirage 2000.was pressed into action as it was the only aircraft that could deliver.Read More
Indian Air Force will be celebrating its 90 th Air Force day on 08 th Oct 22.
IPEV Long road drive – An Induction Publicity Exhibition Vehicle (IPEV) drive covering the states of West Bengal, Assam & Meghalaya will be conducted between Aug – Oct 2022.
India is celebrating the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav to commemorate 75 year of Independence.
Smt. Droupadi Murmu takes over the Supreme Commander of Armed Forces, as the 15th President of India.
Indian Air Force chief Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Bhadauria will flag off six Rafale fighter jets from Merignac-Bordeaux airbase in France on April 21, setting the stage for activating the second Rafale squadron at Hasimara in West Bengal