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Meet Captain Abhilasha Barak Indian Army’s First Woman Combat Aviator

Captain Abhilasha Barak has been awarded the Coveted Wings along with 36 Army Pilots by Director General & Colonel Commandant Army Aviation.

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Captain Abhilasha Barak became the first woman combat aviator in the Army Aviation Corps. In the passing out ceremony of the Army Aviation Corps today at Combat Army Aviation School (CATS) at Gandhinagar, she passed out with flying colors along with 36 Indian Army Pilots. Captain Abhilasha hails from Panchkula, Haryana and she has cleared SSB interviews 4 times, later she joined the OTA Chennai for her training and got commissioned into AAD. She opted for Army Aviation Corps later and today she has become the first woman combat aviator of the Indian Army.

Also Read: SSB Interview Expereience of Abhilasha Barak

Golden Letter Day in the history of Indian Army Aviation. Captain Abhilasha Barak becomes the First Woman Officer to join Army Aviation Corps as Combat Aviator after successful completion of training. 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.

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