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    India Father, Son Fly Together, Create Family History In IAF

    An Indian Air Force (IAF) AN-32 aircraft which took off from air force station Vadodara today, proceeded to create history of sorts, as it was flown by a father and son team of IAF pilots. The sortie was flown by Air Commodore R S Sodhi, who is Air Officer Commanding at Air Force Station...
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    India Will IAF Fly This Super Viper Fighter Aircraft?

    United States aircraft manufacturer Lockheed Martin Corporation has offered India its tailor-made advanced F-16IN Super Viper aircraft for the Indian Air Force. Michael R Griswold, director of advance development programme, Lockheed Martin, told mediapersons on Thursday that the offer of the...
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    India IAF To Give Permanent Commission To Women Officers

    NEW DELHI: After winning a three-year-long court battle, women officers of the Air Force will now be accorded permanent commission for which an exercise has been initiated by the IAF. "Yes, we have already started the process for according permanent commission to women officers in...
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    India Indian Air Force Strength Is One Third Of China: IAF Chief

    Our Air force strength is one third of China: IAF chief | NEW DELHI: India's Air Force is just a third the size of rival China's and far short of the aircraft required to meet the security challenges it faces, the country's air force chief said Wednesday. "Our present aircraft...
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    Sikh News IAF Pilots To Fly Commercial Flights

    http://news.newkerala.com/india-news/?action=fullnews&id=48009 IAF pilots to fly commercial flights: New Kerala, India - 11 hours ago ... Amritsar, the Sikh holy city in Punjab, would be connected directly to Britain and Canada by next year and work on the international airport at Amritsar...
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    A Woman's Journey To IAF Top Post

    Ref: http://headlines.sify.com/news/fullstory.php?id=13620697&headline=A~woman's~journey~to~IAF~top~post Tuesday, 30 November , 2004, 14:38 Bangalore: As a young girl with a "very conservative Iyer background" as she puts it, Padma knew nothing about the Armed Forces in the early 1960s...