7 Facts About Indian Air Force

1. The Indian Air Force conducted the Online Exam to recruit most eligible candidates as Airmen.

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2. The Indian Air Force is "very much alive" to emerging threats that could arise in the Indo Pacific region, Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa said Sunday, and asserted that his force was prepared to deal with any challenge to protect India's national interests.

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3. The Indian Air Force is "very much alive" to emerging threats that could arise in the Indo Pacific region, Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa said on Sunday, and asserted that his force was prepared to deal with any challenge to protect India's national interests.

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4. On 20 August 2013, the Indian Air Force created a world record by performing the highest landing of a C-130J at the Daulat Beg Oldi airstrip in Ladakh at the height of 16614 feet.

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5. Since the late 1990s, the Indian Air Force has been modernising its fleet to counter challenges in the new century.

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6. On 11 May 1999, the Indian Air Force was called in to provide close air support to the Indian Army at the height of the ongoing Kargil conflict with the use of helicopters.

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7. The Indian Air Force was requested to provide support elements to the ground force in what was called Operation Vijay.

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