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Eastern Command chief visits Digaru station

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GUWAHATI, May 11 - Air Marshal RD Mathur, air officer commanding-in-chief (AOC-in-C), Eastern Air Command, visited the Air Force Station, Digaru yesterday.

The Air Marshal was received by Group Captain CK Rasyara, station commander, Air Force Station, Digaru. The AOC-in-C visited various installations at the station.

During the visit, the Air Marshal was briefed on operational, maintenance and administrative activities of the station.

While addressing the air warriors, he emphasised the need to continuously train to enhance skills for maintaining a high degree of operational preparedness.

Shipra Mathur, regional president, Air Force Wives Welfare Association (AFWWA), accompanied the AOC-in-C and was given a warm welcome by Chandrakala Rasyara and ladies of AFWWA (Local) Digaru. She visited the facilities and ventures managed by AFWWA at Digaru.

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Eastern Command chief visits Digaru station

GUWAHATI, May 11 - Air Marshal RD Mathur, air officer commanding-in-chief (AOC-in-C), Eastern Air Command, visited the Air Force Station, Digaru yesterday.

The Air Marshal was received by Group Captain CK Rasyara, station commander, Air Force Station, Digaru. The AOC-in-C visited various installations at the station.

During the visit, the Air Marshal was briefed on operational, maintenance and administrative activities of the station.

While addressing the air warriors, he emphasised the need to continuously train to enhance skills for maintaining a high degree of operational preparedness.

Shipra Mathur, regional president, Air Force Wives Welfare Association (AFWWA), accompanied the AOC-in-C and was given a warm welcome by Chandrakala Rasyara and ladies of AFWWA (Local) Digaru. She visited the facilities and ventures managed by AFWWA at Digaru.