Impressive POP held to mark 91st HCC at Naval Air Base, INS Rajali

An impressive Passing out Parade was held on Friday to mark the graduation of the 91st Helicopter Conversion
Course (HCC) at Naval Air Station, INS Rajali, Arakkonam.

A defence release here said six officers of the Indian Navy were awarded the prestigious “Wings of Gold” by Vice Admiral Ravneet Singh Director General-Project Sea Bird, in the presence of Commodore TV Sunil, Commanding Officer of INS Rajali.

The officers of 91 HCC underwent rigorous flying and ground training for 21 weeks at the Helicopter Training School (HTS), INAS 561. Read More

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