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Historic Combined Passing Out Parade at Air Force Station Tambaram

Historic Combined Passing Out Parade at Air Force Station Tambaram

This milestone highlights the dedication and hard work of the trainees, who are now prepared to serve with distinction in the Indian Air Force. The inclusion of a significant number of women from non-science streams underscores the increasing diversity and inclusivity within the armed forces.

An impressive Combined Passing Out Parade (POP) took place today at Air Force Station Tambaram, marking a significant milestone for 1983 Agniveervayu trainees. This group includes 234 women from non-science streams who successfully completed their training at the Mechanical Training Institute (MTI) and Weapon Training Institute (WTI).

The parade was reviewed by Air Vice Marshal Aman Kapur, Senior Officer-in-Charge Administration of Central Air Command. The event signifies the culmination of rigorous and transformative military training that has shaped these individuals into capable air warriors.

This milestone highlights the dedication and hard work of the trainees, who are now prepared to serve with distinction in the Indian Air Force. The inclusion of a significant number of women from non-science streams underscores the increasing diversity and inclusivity within the armed forces.

The ceremony celebrated the achievements of the trainees and the commitment of the instructors and staff who have guided them through their journey. It was a proud moment for all involved, as these newly minted air warriors are now ready to contribute to the nation’s defense.

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