Thursday, February 28, 2019

Heena Jaiswal

After getting the opportunity in the air force, they have made them sleepy. Heena Jaiswal has just won the honor of making the first woman air engineer in the Indian Air Force. She is a Flight Lieutenant. The role of flying engineers in the air force is important, in which it has to be equipped with complex aircraft systems, it takes commitment, dedication and hard work. In 2018, the Air Force opened the post of Flight Engineer to women, but it was meant for men. She got this proficiency in six months of training in Yelahanka by studying the results of other male colleagues. He is conducting operations in Indian Air Force Aircraft in adverse weather conditions in other challenging places, including the Siachen Glacier, Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Heena was born in Chandigarh, and got a degree from the University of Punjab University's University Institute of Engineering and Technology. Chief Accounting Officer retired from the Defense Department Of She is the only daughter of Jaiswal and Anita Jaiswal. It has been started from January 5, 2015 in the Indian Air Force Engineering Department. Battery commander and firing team were initially led. She also carried out the missile operations. She has given a natural reaction to the completion of a dream after getting recognition as a flying engineer. She had an interest in wearing a uniform of uniforms from childhood. Through her, she had many challenges. Since gender equality has been brought in recent times, it is obviously the right thing to do with the right kind of girls, since 1993, in the Indian Air Force, women officers were first introduced to get the pilots and other responsibilities as commissioned officers. Today, women are doing a big job in the Air Force, crossing the length of the journey, and the success of the mercenary has gone down.

Female officer of the Air Force Kiran Shekhawat was killed in a gunfight in Goa in 2015 in the Dornier crash. While performing the duty, his death was an addict. This means women are not behind to pray for the country on time occasions.

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