Biggest IAF Transport Aircraft Lands Near Chinese Border in Arunachal Pradesh


A transport aircraft of the Indian Air Force’s Eastern Air Command has successfully carried out day-and-night operations at the Tezu Advanced Landing Ground, situated in the border province of Arunachal Pradesh. Advanced Landing Grounds are airfields in very close proximity to enemy territory.

“Two Dornier and one Avro in coordination with C-130 and AN-32 carried out validation of Casualty Evacuation and Disaster Management sorties,” Wing Commander Ratnakar Singh, spokesperson for the IAF’s Eastern Air Command, told Sputnik.

“This effort of the Indian Air Force will boost the mobility of troops and materials in the strategically important north-east region many-fold,” Ratnakar Singh added.   Read More

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