Air force chief on a 3-day visit to Bhisiana air force station
Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa on Sunday asked the air force personnel at Bhisiana base to learn from the past, practise in present and win in the future.
The Indian Air Force chief is on a three-day visit to the Air Force station in Bhisiana in Punjab's Bhatinda district.
Dahnoa reviewed the security and operational preparedness of the base and complimented the personnel for their combat readiness.
"The Air Chief urged them to learn from the past, practise in the present, and win in the future," the Indian Air Force said in a statement.
Four MiG-21 aircraft led by the Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa PVSM AVSM YSM VM ADC, Chief of the Air Staff payed tribute to the Kargil martyrs by forming 'Missing Man' flypast in the honor to their valour and supreme sacrifice at Bhisiana AF Station on Sunday.
The 'Missing Man' formation is an aerial salute performed as part of a flypast of aircraft at a funeral or memorial event, typically in memory of a fallen pilot, a well-known military service member or veteran, or a well-known political figure. The formation is often called the 'Missing Man flyby' or 'flypast'. The Arrow Formation of MiG-21 Bison was with a gap between two aircraft depicted the formation.