Air Command and their HQ of India
The Indian Air force (IAF) is the air arm of the Indian Air Force Command. Its complement of personal and aircraft assets fourth ranks among the Air force in the world.
Its primary mission is to secure Indian airspace and to conduct aerial warfare during armed conflict. It was officially established on 8 October 1932 as an Auxilliary Air Force of the British Empire Which was honored.
Let’s see how many Commands and HQ Locations are in Indian Air Command.
|S. No||Command||HQ Location|
|1.||Central Air Command||Allahabad|
|2.||Eastern Air Command||Shillong|
|3.||Southern Air Command||Thiruvananthapuram|
|4.||South-Western Air Command||Gandhinagar|
|5.||Western Air Command||New Delhi|
- Aerial service branch of the Indian Armed Forces Military unit IAF Trailer for 89th Air Force Day.
- Its complement of personnel and aircraft assets ranks fourth amongst the air forces of the world. Its primary mission is to secure Indian airspace and to conduct aerial warfare during armed conflict.
- According to, Air Chief Marshal Arjan Singh of the Indian Air Force, despite having been qualitatively inferior, IAF achieved air superiority in three days in the 1965 War. HAL HF-24 Maruts flying in formation.
- The role of CASB is to carry out selection and enrolment of airmen from the Airmen Selection Centres for their respective commands. Candidates initially take a written test at the time of application.
- While technical and other support staff are trained at various Ground Training Schools, the pilots are trained at the Air Force Academy, Dundigul (located in Hyderabad).
- The IAF has begun the process of converting the Surya Kiran display team to Hawks. A total of 106 BAE Hawk trainers have been ordered by the IAF of which 39 have entered service as of July 2010 . IAF also ordered 72 Pipistrel Virus SW 80 microlight aircraft for basic training purpose. Helicopters The HAL Dhruv serves primarily as a light utility helicopter in the IAF.