India-Hina Jaiswal of Chandigarh became the first flight engineer of the Air Force
Launched his Flying Training in ‘Helicopter Training School’ at Air Force Station, Hakimpeth.
Another achievement of women officers in the IAF.
Flight Lieutenant Parul Bharadwaj (Capt.), Flying Officer Aman Nidhi (Co-Pilot) and Flight Lieutenant Hina Jaiswal (Flight Engineer) have become the first woman crew of the medium lift helicopter flying. All Women Crüe flew into MI-V5 helicopter for the War Training mission from the restricted areas on a forward air base in South-Western Air Command.
Flight Lieutenant Parul Bhardwaj is from Punjab’s Mukerian and by chance he is also the first woman pilot to fly Mi-17V-5. The Flying Officer Aman Nidhi is from Ranchi and is also the first woman Indian Air Force pilot of Jharkhand State.
Flight Lieutenant Hina Jaiswal is a resident of Chandigarh and has become the first female flight engineer of Indian Air Force. Pilots started flying training in ‘Helicopter Training School’ at Air Force Station, Hakimpeth. After this, at the Air Force Station, Yale Hanka took high level training. This is another achievement of women officers in the Indian Air Force.