History of Indian Air Force

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Okay guys this thread needs to be stickied. Maybe it should be put in the Military multimedia thread or something. Thanks to Tamil for the beautiful pictures and this makes me proud of our airforce and India in general.
 

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Paul Nann had also contributed this photograph of Folland Gnat E 1076 at the March Field Air Museum in the California, USA.


 

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HAL Gnats E-296, IE-1214 are found in David Tallichet's compound at Chino Airfield in California.


 

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Folland Gnat IE 1083 is on display at the PAF Museum Karachi. This aircraft was retained as a war trophy after the Indian pilot forcelanded at a Pakistani Airfield by mistake during the 1965 India Pakistan War.


 

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Gun camera stills released by the Indian Air Force show F/L M.A. Ganapathy's Gnat scoring hits on F/O Khalil Ahmed's Canadair Sabre during the Battle of Boyra, 1971 Indo-Pak war

 

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the roundel used by the RIAF during the WWII
 

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INDIAN AIR FORCE Mystere IVa


This striking 'Leaping Tiger' scheme employed by 1
Squadron during its days at Kalaikunda are yet to be
discovered by any decal manufacturer

Salute the soldiers of India who have fought and died for our country . Jai Hind ! Can anyone mention the names of these Airforce Pilots .
 

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HAL Gnats E-296, IE-1214 are found in David Tallichet's compound at Chino Airfield in California.

How come it's lying in US. Its national property.
 

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