IAF Chief Flies MiG-21, Reviews Operational Readiness On Western Front

IAF chief RKS Bhadauria flew a MiG-21 Bison fighter plane on Thursday

New Delhi:

Indian Air Drive (IAF) chief RKS Bhadauria on Thursday flew Mig-21 Bison throughout a go to to a fighter squadron at a frontline airbase in Western Air Command.

“The IAF chief flew a MiG-21 Bison fighter plane through the go to the place he interacted with the aircrew and reviewed the operational preparedness,” IAF officers mentioned.

Officers mentioned the flying by the IAF Chief in a MiG-21 signifies the excessive operational readiness of the power amid the strain with China in Jap Ladakh over territorial points.

Mr Bhadauria additionally reviewed the operational preparedness of the bottom.

The IAF chief met the aircrew, fight crew from the squadrons and models stationed on the frontline base.

Mr Bhadauria, a take a look at pilot, has flown the under-development HTT-40 primary coach plane and the LCA Tejas after taking on to indicate his assist for indigenous defence {hardware} and has backed a number of essential DRDO initiatives additionally.

Final month, Mr Bhadauria went to Ambala to obtain the batch of first 5 Rafale fight plane arriving from France.

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