Navy selects 2 ladies officers for warship

Two Indian Navy ladies officers have certified to be deployed on a frontline warship as a part of crew, whereas a girl pilot is being educated to hitch the Rafale fighter jet fleet

In a historic first, the Indian Navy has chosen two ladies officers as helicopter crew for deployment on frontline warships

Selected to hitch as “observers” (airborne tacticians) within the helicopter stream, Sub-Lieutenant Kumudini Tyagi and Sub-Lieutenant Riti Singh would be the first set of girls airborne combatants to function from warships

They are a part of a gaggle of 17 officers of the Indian Navy, three officers of the Indian Coast Guard, who have been awarded “wings” on graduating as “observers”. Earlier, entry of girls was restricted to the mounted wing plane that took off and landed ashore

Rafale to get lady pilot

A girl fighter pilot of the Indian Air Force will quickly be a part of the newly inducted Rafale fighter fleet as one in all its crew flying the multi-role plane, official sources stated on Monday

The lady pilot has been flying MiG-21 fighters and chosen to hitch the Ambala-based Golden Arrows squadron working the Rafale jets, they stated

At current, Indian Air Force has

10 ladies fighter pilots

18 ladies navigators

1,875 complete power of girls officers serving within the IAF

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