Weekend View: First Women Naval Observers of Indian Navy

by OldSailor on November 22, 2009


Indian_Navy_Aviation Sub Lieutenant Seema Rani Sharma and Sub Lieutenant Ambica Hooda are now the first women observers of Indian Navy’s Naval Aviation wing. After completing their final phase of training from Observer School in INS Garuda, they passed out on November 20 from Southern Naval Command, Kochi. The parade was reviewed by Rear Admiral Sudhir Pillai, Flag Officer Naval Aviation. The Short Service Commissioned Officers, will be appointed as Electronic Warfare Sensor Officers in Dornier maritime reconnaissance squadrons that is used for transportation and aerial surveillance.

View here a video clip: First Indian Navy women aviators take charge

Read more from The Hindu.

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