Army Aviation celebrates 32nd Raising Day
Army Aviation Corps is the aerial manoeuvre arm of the Indian Army, providing critical third dimensional capabilities to the Army. The Army Aviation Corps has played a stellar role by providing vital aviation support to our soldiers safeguarding the borders and providing relief to the common man during times of national calamity.
   The Corps is on the threshold of major expansion that would lead to a qualitative and quantitative increase in its capability, besides enhancing the overall combat power of the Army.
   The Corps celebrated its thirty-second Raising Day on November 1, 2017. To mark the occasion, a Wreath Laying Ceremony was held at Amar Jawan Jyoti at India Gate, New Delhi. Wreaths were laid by Lt Gen Kanwal Kumar, the Colonel Commandant and Director General of Army Aviation and a senior veteran with a host of serving officers, soldiers and veterans in attendance.
- Lt Col Amit Kumar Kaushik