AVM of Air Fours 2022-23

Air Vice Marshal T Nagaraj Takes PMO Ropes, HQ Maintenance Command, Indian Air Force
Air Vice Mshl T Nagaraj has taken over the position of Principle Medical Officer (PMO) of the HQ Maintenance Command in Nagpur today.

As the PMO of the Maintenance Order, AVM Nagaraj will be responsible for establishing and implementing health-related policies and procedures to ensure the technical and operational power of the Order. The spread of the elements of the Maintenance Order from Leh to the Andamans and from the deserts of Rajastan to the jungles of the North East States makes this task particularly challenging. As PMO AVM Nagaraj will also be the head of various hospitals and Health Care Centers under the health care order that cares for Air Warriors and family health.

AVM Nagaraj who was born in Vijayapur, Bangaluru graduated from Bangalore Medical College in Dec 1975 and later joined the Army’s Medical Corps in Apr 1978. He has served in various military positions such as Medical Battalions, Artillary Unit Military Hospital and the NDA Khadakwasla. He has also served on key medical appointments in the Armed Forces as the Chief Medical Officer at Naval Dockyard and as the Chief Registrar of the Indian Naval Hospital, (INHS) Ashwini in Mumbai

AVM Nagaraj was also associated with research and publication of important studies in the field of HIV during his tenure with the Navy. He has also been instrumental in conducting health studies at all Indian Seas. In the area of ​​lifestyle-related diseases, AVM Nagaraj successfully implemented the Annual Citizens’ Safety Screening program at Naval Dockyard Mumbai and assisted staff in ensuring a healthy lifestyle. He also wrote a book entitled “Turn around – A journey through Life Style Diseases”.

As a specialist in Preventive and Social Medicine (PSM) Maintenance Command, the IAF is expected to benefit greatly from the extensive AVM T Nagaraj experience, which lasts for approximately thirty and a half years.

Air Marshal Sandeep Singh took over as Deputy Chief of Staff (VCAS) on Friday. In other positions, the Integrated Defense Staff and Western Air Command also appointed new officers as the new Chief Hydrographer in the government.

“A former National Defense Academy student, Air Marshal Singh, was offered a job at the IAF flying branch in December 1983 as a pilot. He is an Experimental Test Pilot and a Qualified Flying Instructor, ”said the IAF statement. He has more than 4,400 hours of flight experience in the operation and testing of aircraft for various types of fighter jets.

Air Marshal B.R. Krishna has taken over the post of Chief of Staff of the Security Forces of the Chair, Committee of Personnel Officers (CISC). He was commissioned as a fighter pilot in 1983 and is a Qualified Flight Director and test pilot. He has flown a variety of fighter jets, aircraft, and helicopters and has more than 5,000 hours of flight experience, including operation, training and pilot testing, the Armed Forces said.

Air Marshal Amit Dev has taken over as Air Officer Commanding in Chief (AOC-in-C) of Western Air Command.

He was deployed to the IAF flying branch in December 1982 as a military pilot and has 2,500 hours of flying experience on several combat aircraft, the statement said.

Deputy Admiral Adhir Arora has taken over as Chief Hydrographer in the Government of India in Vice Admiral Vinay Badhwar, who received additional funding for work on September 30.

Deputy Admiral Arora was deported to the Navy’s top branch in 1985 and, as a Hydrographer specialist, conducted hydrographic surveys throughout India and the Indian Ocean Region (IOR), the Navy said in a statement.

The government on Tuesday, September 28, announced that Air Marshal Vivek Ram Chaudhari would be the next chief of the Indian Air Force.

“The government has decided to appoint Air Marshal VR Chaudhari, PVSM, AVSM, VM, and is currently the Deputy Chief of Air Staff, as the Chief of Air Staff,” the Department of Defense said in a statement.

You will be stepping into the shoes of Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria who is resigning on the 30th of September.

He was commissioned in the IAF Tournament on 29 December 1982, holding various orders, staff, and appointment of commanders at various levels.

The Air India divest process has been completed, with Tata Group officially taking over flights, ANI reported on Thursday, 27 January, quoting Tuhin Kant Pandey, Secretary of the Department of Investment and Public Asset Management (DIPAM).

The chairman of Tata Sons, N Chandrasekaran, met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi before the official launch of Air India at Tata Group.

“Officially India India is handing over to Tata Group this afternoon. Tata Group Chairman N Chandrasekaran will be in the service of the official handover program [sic],” a government official told ANI, earlier Thursday.

Outgoing Air Force RKS Bhadauria flew for the last time on an Air Force Chief on September 13 at 23 Sqd, Halwara, the IAF announced on Saturday. The IAF went on to say, “His flight career began with the same ‘Panthers’ Squad flying MiG-21, ending in the same aircraft of the same team at the same airport.” Air Force Commander RKS Bhadauria will retire on September 30 2021. that Air Marshal VR Chaudhari, now the Deputy Chief of Air Staff, will be the next Chief of Air Staff. , AVSM, VM is currently the Deputy Chief Aviation Officer as Head of Air Force. Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria, PVSM, AVSM, VM, ADC leaves service on 30 Sep 2021. “

The work of Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria
Aviation officer Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria took office on September 30, 2019, and has held more than 4,250 flight hours. He is also familiar with more than 26 types of anti-aircraft missions. Bhadauria was given the task of fighting for the Indian Air Force on June 15, 1980, with the Sword of Honor and since then, has held a number of positions as Commander of the Jaguar Squadron in a leading position in the Southwest region; Flight Test Squadron Chief Executive Officer At Airline and System Testing; Chief Test Pilot and Project Director of the National Flight Test Center on the Tejas LCA project; Air Attache in Moscow; Senior Assistant Air Force (Projects); Commander of the National Defense Academy; Chief Aviation Officer at Central Air Command and Deputy Chief Aviation Officer. Throughout his 39-year career, Bhadauria has been repeatedly awarded with awards such as the Ati Vishisht Seva Medal (January 2013), the Vayu Sena Award (January 2002) and the Param Vishisht Seva Medal (January 2018). He was re-elected as a respected ADC military to the President of India on January 1, 2019. Later, Bhadauria was admitted to the Mirpur Hall of Fame at the Defense Services Command and Staff College, Bangladesh.



India has a good series of radar integrated to
supports an offensive and defensive network
jobs. IAF heritage arrow from the top to the air
systems such as SAM-3 Pechora and SAM 8 OSAAK are being developed. With the introduction of a
a large number of Akash AD traditional programs,
and, to start arriving soon, five S-400 systems
from Russia, the inclusion of AD will be important.
Covering a large Chinese border, many systems
are imported. By importing
Indigenous Astra and BrahMos, IAF has
an important number of aerial weapons

The future is empty. Independent systems supported by Artificial Intelligence will fly
independently or jointly
in a book or on private jets as a group.
The IAF has a significant number of UAVs. A lot is there
indigenous development or adoption.

The PLAAF has a large fleet of fighter jets
and air protection systems. Of these there are about 1,700
fighter jets / explosives, only about 800 a quarter
generation plus. PLAAF already has 40
fifth generation J-20 fighters, and intended to be
200 of these by 2027. Meanwhile, upgrades to the second FC31 / J-31 are accelerated. PLAAF
has a strategic bomber with a 120 H-6 bomb
various, each carrying six cruise arrows. See
and have very large AWACS numbers
and FRA. China has a steep slope from the top.
The great Chinese power is indigenous
the aviation industry producing all kinds of aircraft
and helicopters. China has a great value

Natively built UAV ships. China has it too
vital maritime power, and the PLA Navy
(PLAN) with two operating airlines
and nearly 500 aircraft. Two other carriers are present
under construction and two others, large,
on drawing boards. That will add extra wind power.

The IAF is looking at access from Persia
Gulf to the Straits of Malacca, using long distances
airlines supported by FRA and AWACS. A lot
of these are obtained. Additional airports
begins operation on the southern peninsula,
and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. This is exactly what
adding fuel to the aircraft will add to the reach. I
Lakshadweep Islands are also being developed
strategically. The IAF is accustomed to exercising again
increasing cooperation with large air forces
of the earth.

The IAF is very well ranked by about 25
airports capable of launching against
China. China has three airports nearby
to the east of Ladakh, and about eight in Tibet. One
much is coming to Xinjiang. They are trying
improve infrastructure but be worse
of very high altitude. The IAF will be able to present a
a very large number of machines. For a long time,
Indian military equipment and infrastructure were available
Pakistani-centric-centric. This changes quickly, because
both infrastructure construction and infrastructure.
While border crossings and communication still exist
upgraded, IAF upgraded its Advanced
Landing Grounds (ALG) near the Chinese border.
All IAF airports receive solid flights
and shelter equipment. The IAF is now important
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number of Su-30 MKI teams facing China.
Also, new purchases like Rafale, C-130 J,
Chinook and Apache helicopters have all been available
located in the eastern part. It’s the same again
operating in air and weapons protection systems
to put.

While the IAF is slowly evolving,
much that needs to be done. This is because
India has a major threat from terror
enemies. The IAF must return to the authorities
power levels 42 squadrons. Some often suggest
that as Rafale and Su-30 MKI can reach
results much bigger than the old MiG 21s, why
The IAF should continue to seek 42 teams. I
the argument is wrong. The enemies of India already
have fifth-generation warriors. They are not cut
low numbers. Type of aircraft and weapon
stadiums must be compared to the enemy.
The IAF also urgently needs AEW & C as well
FRA. The future is empty, the IAF needs to do
invest heavily in combat UAVs.
India should also defend itself against a
the potential of the Chinese from top to bottom
missile attack (SSM). The IAF will need more air
SAM S-400 defense systems and there are a
the need to accelerate the importation of large numbers of
traditional air protection systems. It is important to
have large ammunition and a stockpile of arrows.
SSMs and cruise arrows will be
it is important. India has a good missile system.
Prithvi, Agni, BrahMos, Akash and Astra
arrows are a success, and a new alternative is a must
hurry up.
India needs to invest more in game changer
technology. This includes cyber and electronic
war, intelligence, unplanned plans,
hypersonic, et al. Hypersonic Flight
and weapons will be harder to integrate. See
will act as powerful multipliers against the maximum value
intended. There is a lot going on in Directed Energy
Weapons. Lasers can burn incoming arrows
electronics or dazzle electro-optical sensors.
For India to be a priority, it has to
and a professional aircraft engine, as well as the AESA radar
technology. A shared business route is best
use state-of-the-art technology. We need too long
range of weapons, including aerial arrows with
400 km distance. Similarly presented in the air
1,500-mile-long [1,500 km] cruise arrows.
There is a backlog of modern development. I
expiration sets very fast on air systems.
Stopping the growing gap with China, India
perhaps it needs to increase its share of defense,
from the current 2.15 percent of GDP to about 2.5
percent. The IAF is well trained and efficient
clearly marked. The IAF has a clear advantage in terms of terms
of the number of machines I can launch across
the Himalayas. The IAF can be very similar to the PLAAF,
but if the numbers increase, the IAF will be more
better placed. Time to act now

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