Avani Chaturvedi is the first female fighter pilot, who has flown the MiG-21 alone in the year 2018. Avni will now be a part of the Veer Guardian 2023 exercise to be held in Japan.
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Story of Avani Chaturvedi: Avni Chaturvedi, a woman pilot of the Indian Air Force, is about to create a new history. For the first time, women pilots of the Indian Air Force will take part in air exercises to be held abroad. Avni is among the three women who have been selected as Air Force fighter pilots. First Woman Fighter This success of Avni is being discussed everywhere. His success is inspirational for millions of youth.
This time, from January 12 to January 26, 2023, an exercise named ‘Veer Guardian 2023’ will be held in the airspace of Hyakura Air Base in Japan. Chaturvedi is the first woman fighter pilot to have flown the MiG-21 alone in the year 2018. Let’s take a look at his success.
Who is Avni Chaturvedi?
Avani Chaturvedi was born in Kothikanchan village of Satna district of Madhya Pradesh. After completing his initial studies from Shahdol district of Madhya Pradesh, he did engineering in computer science from Banasthali University, Rajasthan. His father is an engineer and mother a homemaker in the Water Resources Department of the Government of Madhya Pradesh. His maternal uncle Prem Prakash Sharma is a retired army colonel and his brother Nirabh is a captain in the army.
Avni Chaturvedi became a flying officer in July 2016 along with her batchmates Bhawna Kant and Mohana Singh. Prior to this, before 2016, women were not allowed to fly fighter planes in the Indian Army. She is the pilot of Su-30MKI.
Veer Guardian will be part of 2023
avni chaturvedi to be held in japan Veer Guardian 2023 Will be part of the exercise. This air exercise is happening when China is showing its strength in the Indo-Pacific region. This exercise itself has been named Veer Guardian 2023. It will take place at Hyakura Air Base in Japan.
The Indian Air Force said on Saturday that India will send four Su-30MKI jets, two C-17 aircraft and 1 IL-78 plane for the exercise, while Japan will include four F-2 and four F-15 aircraft.
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