Surat, Gujarat: The IAF that was founded on October 8, 1932, celebrated its glorious 88th anniversary on this October 8th 2020, at their Air Force Station at Hindan, in Ghaziabad.
As expected, the hallmark of the Air Force Day Parade cum Investiture Ceremony; a scintillating air display by various aircraft had shone brightin the clear blue sky.
Rafale fighter aircraft had made its majestic debut during the Air Force Day parade yesterday. The first five of IAF’s Rafale aircrafts had arrived at the Ambala Air Force Station on July 29, 2020.
Seemingly, the magnificent Rafale aircraft will give India a strategic advantage in case of any aerial combat with China in the mountainous Tibet region, as the fleet will be able to use the terrain to its best advantage.
Every Indian citizen is proud of the Indian Air force safeguarding them against the enemies with Rafale –the lethal flying machine.
Additionally, the students at G.D.Goenka International School, Surat exhibited their gestures of immense pride for the Indian Air force by exhibiting beautiful unspoken messages like ‘The soldiers’, ‘Rafale-The Fighter’, ‘India –Unity in diversity’ etc, through Doodle Art.
Doodle Art is a fun way to draw beautiful and original designs, with cute and child-like characters or random and abstract patterns.
This initiative was taken by the students under the kind guidance and direction of Mr.Tejas Rajput (Teacher of Art & Craft @GDGIS) which hopefully has marked the beginning of a new dawn with more hopes towards a brighter future.
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