Rafale now in Air Force, hosting a mega show in Ambala

Amid the confrontation with China on the border, India is going to get the power of fighter jet raffle on September 10. Rafale will officially join the Indian Air Force at a mega show ceremony at the Ambala Air Force Station tomorrow. Rafale will be part of the 17th Squadron of the Air Force, Golden Arrows.

CDS, Air Chief Marshal will be present

CDS Bipin Rawat, Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria, Defense Secretary Dr. Ajay Kumar, Defense Secretary Dr. G Satish Reddy, and DRDO Chairman will also be present on the occasion. Apart from this, other officials of the Ministry of Defense will also be present here.

Rafale will be part of the 17th Squadron ‘Golden Arrows’

On July 27, 2020, 5 Rafale fighter jets from France will be part of the 17th Squadron of the Air Force, Golden Arrows. A large delegation from the French defense sector is coming to India on this occasion. They include Eric Trapier, chairman of Dassault Aviation, and Eric Berninger, CEO of Dassault Aviation.

At the Ambala Air Force Station, Rafale will be traditionally worshiped in the Air Force, followed by a Rafale fighter jet, Tejas aircraft, and a Sarang aerobatic team flying in the sky and presenting spectacular displays.

The Rafale fighter jet will then be given a traditional water cannon salute. With this Rafale, a fighter jet will become part of the proud team of the Air Force. The event will be followed by bilateral discussions between the Indian and French delegations.