Captain Abhilasha Barak has been inducted into the Army as a Combat Aviator. She is the first woman officer of the country to reach this position. If understood here in simple language, Combat Aviator means fighter aircraft clever.
Prior to joining the Army Aviation Corps, Abhilasha was engaged in completing courses at the Combat Army Aviation Training School in Nashik. After completing a one-year training course, she was inducted into the army today as a female fighter pilot.
Abhilasha is an engineering graduate from Delhi Technical University. He is among 37 Army officers who completed their training at the Combat Army Aviation Training School here. 37 Army officers including Abhilasha were presented Aviation Wings on Wednesday at the closing ceremony of Combat Aviators Course chaired by Lt Gen Ajay Kumar Suri, Director General and Colonel Commandant, Army.
Captain Barack has also been awarded the fledgling trophy for standing first in the Pre-Army Pilot Course. At the same time, Captain PK Gaur Trophy for Best in Gunnery was given to Captain RK Kashyap, while Captain Ashish Kataria received Silver Cheetah Trophy for First Position in Overall Order of Merit and Captain SK Sharma Trophy for Best in Flying.
Captain Abhilasha Barak becomes the First Woman Officer to join Army Aviation Corps as Combat Aviator after successful completion of training. She has been awarded the Coveted Wings along with 36 Army Pilot: Indian Army pic.twitter.com/GH1dAlbCCw— ANI (@ANI) May 25, 2022
The Indian Army honoured Captain Abhilasha Barak on 25 May 2022. They have been included in this after training. On this occasion, the army tweeted saying that young aviators are now spreading their wings in the Combat Aviation Squadron. He has been inducted into the Army Aviation Corps as a Combat Aviator.
The Army Aviation Corps was raised as a group on 01 November 1986. The Army Aviation Corps now attracts its officers and soldiers with all the weapons of the army. Army Aviation Corps candidates are trained at the Combat Army Aviation Training School (CATS) at Nashik. Let us tell you that this corps works in the main roles of battlefield support, military survey in the Indian Army.