Musical night marks IAF Day at MILIT, DIAT
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Air Force Wing of the Military Institute of Training (MILIT) celebrated 80th anniversary of Indian Air Force on Monday. On the day, all air warriors took oath and rededicated themselves to serving the nation. As part of the celebrations, a musical night Jhankar-2012 was organised for families of MILIT and Defence Institute of Advanced Technology personnel (DIAT) on Saturday.
On the occasion, a booklet on Key Information on Technologies (KIT) was released by AVM Khandekar. He also conferred commendation by AOC-in-C, Maintenance Command to Wg Cdr Mendiratta, undergoing Technical Staff Officers (Air) Course. High tea for personnel of MILIT and DIAT followed the cake-cutting ceremony by AVM Khandekar. A static display of vintage aircraft and contemporary air armaments was also organised for school children of Tiny Tots, KV Girinagar and Puneites.
MILIT, headed by Commandant and Director Air Vice Marshal P P Khandekar, is situated at Girinagar near Khadakwasla lake. MILIT has been imparting training in various disciplines of Science and Technology specific to defence requirement in general and weapon systems in particular to meet short and long term non-degree needs of the officers of Ministry of Defence which includes Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, DRDO and several other defence-related institutions and establishments of the country.
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