New Delhi: Abhilasha Barak becomes the first female fighter pilot in the Indian Air Force.
Abhilasha Barak has completed her training with 36 Army fighter pilots at the War Pilots Training School in Nashik, Maharashtra.
Lt. Gen. AK Suri, Director General of the Army Air Defense Force, presented him with the completion medal.
Abhilasha Barak hails from Panchkula, Haryana. He joined the Army Air Defense Force in September 2018.
His father was Om Singh, a retired colonel in the Indian Army in Kashmir. Before joining the Army Air Defense Force, Captain Abhilasha had studied a lot of military courses professionally.
Captain Abhilasha Barak has been awarded the Coveted Wings along with 36 Army Pilots by Director General & Colonel Commandant Army Aviation. Young Aviators are now ready to spread their wings in Combat Aviation Squadrons. (2/2)#IndianArmy#InStrideWithTheFuture pic.twitter.com/P6h5cS7g7J
— ADG PI – INDIAN ARMY (@adgpi) May 25, 2022
Everyone is praising the paternal way the daughter is serving in the army for the country.