During this Republic Day parade, 15 warplanes roar and 21 helicopters demonstrate their strength. Air Force personnel are practicing seven to eight hours a day to avoid any shortages in the parade.
During this Republic Day parade, 15 warplanes roar and 21 helicopters demonstrate their strength. Air Force personnel are practicing seven to eight hours a day to avoid any shortages in the parade. The Air Force Squad won the 2011, 2012, 2013 and last year’s Best Marching Squad awards. The Air Force is trying its best again, the best marching squad should be honored. The Rafale fighter jet, which has recently joined the Indian Air Force, will also be included in the Republic Day parade of India on January 26 and the flypast will end with the flight of the aircraft in ‘Vertical Charlie Formation’. In the ‘Vertical Charlie Formation’, the plane flies at a low altitude, goes straight up and then settles at the height of eating acrobatics.
Air Force spokesman Wing Commander Indranil Nandi told a news conference here, “The runway will end with a ‘vertical Charlie formation’ of the aircraft in a raffle.” The capacity of the Indian Air Force was increased during the construction of France on September 10 last year. Five multi-purpose raffle fighter jets were incorporated into the Indian Air Force. Nandi said the flypast on January 26 would include a total of 36 Air Force aircraft and four Indian Army aircraft. The spokesman said the flyover would be traditionally divided into two sections – the first section from 10.04 am to 10.20 am and the second section from 11.20 am to 11.45 am after the parade. Nandi said, the first section will have three formations. He said the first ‘flag’ would be formed which would have four MI17V5s, carrying the national flag and the flag of the three divisions of the army. He said that after that, four helicopters of the Army Aviation Corps would form a ‘constant’.
He said the final structure would be ‘Rudra’ which would celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the country’s victory in the 1971 war. He said it would include a Dakota aircraft and two Mi-17V5 helicopters. On December 1 last year, India began a year-long celebration to celebrate Pakistan’s victory over Pakistan in 1971. Bangladesh was formed after that war. Nandi said nine sections would be formed in the second section of the flyover. He said that these nine structures include ‘Sudarshan’, ‘Rakshak’, ‘Bhima’, ‘Netra’, ‘Garuda’, ‘Eklavya’, ‘Trinitra’, ‘Vijay’ and ‘Brahmastra’. He said that in the second division of Flypast, a Rafale aircraft would form ‘Eklavya’ with two Jaguars and a MiG-29. Wing Commander Tej Pratap Pandey said the Tejas of light combat aircraft (LCA) and home-developed anti-tank guided missile polemics would be included in the glitter of the Indian Air Force’s Republic Day parade. “These (TableOx) will showcase light fighter aircraft Tejas, light combat helicopters (LCH), Sukhoi-30 MKI and Rohini radar models,” he said.
Pandey said the next-generation developed anti-radiation missile Rudram and anti-tank guided missile Dhruvastra will be displayed in LCA and LCH, respectively. He said domestically developed weapons and BrahMos missiles would be on display at the Sukhoi-30 MKI. He said the domestically developed air missile would be displayed with Rohini radar. Wing Commander Basudeb Ahuja said four officers and 969 army personnel would take part in the parade. He said the marching team would be led by Flight Lieutenant Tanik Sharma.
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