Indian Air Force inducts 600 air warriors after yearlong rigorous training


Defence News: Indian Air Force Friday inducted over 600 air warriors at a passing out parade held at the Air Force Station Tambaram near Chennai in the southern state of Tamil Nadu. These 609 personnel were inducted into the IAF following a 67-week rigorous and intensive training at Mechanical Training Institute at the Air Force station, the defence ministry said.

Air Commodore Charles Andrews, Air Officer Commanding Air Force Station, Jalahalli reviewed the parade.

In his address, the officer urged the air warriors to make sustained efforts towards continuous enhancement of their technical knowledge and skills by keeping themselves abreast with the latest changes, the statement said.

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File photo of Jawans of Indian Air Force. (File).

Air Commodore Charles Andrews also advised the newly inducted air warriors to maintain exemplary conduct at all times, in keeping with the ethos of the service.

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In view of the COVID-19 conditions, the officer emphasised to the trainees to take all precautions while moving to new units.

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