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Jun 15, 2019
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Air Force Chief says data of voice recorders of crashed AN-32 aircraft being analysed to prevent recurrence of such incidents

PTI

Air Force Chief Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa today said, the air force isprobing the details of what led to the recent crash of AN-32 aircraft inArunachal Pradesh.

The Air Chief Marshal was talking to reporters on the sidelines of the CombinedGraduation Parade at the Air Force Academy at Dundigal near Hyderabad. He said,data of voice recorders of crashed AN-32 aircraft are being analysed to preventrecurrence of such incidents.  

Total 152 flight cadets, including 24 women, have passed out after completingtheir training at the academy. Navin Kumar Reddy has been presented thePresident's Plaque and Chief of the Air staff Sword as he came out meritoriousin the pilots' course.

 

 

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