Tiger Moth’s date with Barodians
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The aircraft has no electrical system and starts manually.
When landing, a pilot has to stick his head over the side to see the runway.
"When people will see this aircraft closely, they will get to see and understand life and work environment of the Air Force, and will be motivated to join the IAF. This is a demonstration of the IAF's capability," said Air Commodore R S Sodhi, air officer commanding of Air Force Station, Vadodara.
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