A Pakistan TV channel has aired a promotional advertisement wherein a character mimicking Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman has been shown.
Tag: Indian Air Force
On February 27, even as Indian and Pakistani jets were engaged in a fight in the Nowshera sector, a Russian-made Mi-17 helicopter of IAF crashed.
So far over 2100 choppers have been produced worldwide and India has received the latest Block III configuration that the US got in 2011.
While the nation is trying to slowly overcome through the tragic Pulwama terror attack and simultaneously applauding Indian Air Force Pilot Abhinandan Arthaman on his return to India after being held captive by Pakistan, we recall another hero from Indian Air Force without whom nation cant’s imagine Aviation sector. Some[Read More…]
The family of Indian Air Force pilot Abhinandan Varthaman who is in Pakistan’s custody has demanded their son be brought back as soon as possible in an interview to The Hindu. The MiG 21 Bison pilot lived in Madambakkam in South Chennai and is the son of a highly decorated[Read More…]
Both India and Pakistan are engaged in cross border airstrikes in the wake Pulwama attack that claimed lives of over 40 CRPF soldiers on February 14. The tensions between the two nations escalated on Tuessday when Indian Air Force carried out airstrike across LoC, bombing several terror camps. In retaliation, Pakistan[Read More…]
In a new video surfacing on social media, missing Indian Air Force Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman claims he is safe in Pakistan. Pakistan Army asked about the wing commander’s mission, the kind of aircraft he was flying, where in India he belongs to, to which Abhinandan Varthaman refused to reveal[Read More…]
Hailing from Chennai, Abhinandan Varthaman has been a fighter pilot with the IAF for the last 16 years and was an established Sukhoi-30 fighter pilot before he joined the 51 Squadron. An Air Force kid himself, Abhinandan was brought up respecting the principles of the armed forces, since his father[Read More…]
Earlier today, the spokesperson of the Pakistani Armed Forces claimed on his Twitter account that Pakistan had shot down two Indian air force planes inside Pakistani airspace and had arrested one Indian air-force pilot. At the time of writing, no confirmation of this claim has come from the Indian air[Read More…]
New Delhi/Islamabad: Two Indian fighter jets crashed on Wednesday, one in Jammu and Kashmir’s Badgam district and the other across the Line of Control (LoC), whose pilot has been captured alive, as claimed by Pakistani authorities. In a tweet by the Inter-Services Public Relations, the media wing of the Pakistan[Read More…]