Air Commodore Mullick advised air warriors to channelise their zeal and enthusiasm in right direction, be highly disciplined and take pride in being an Air Warrior.
Stressing the development of professional skills, Chief Non Technical Training Officer (CNTTO) Air Commodore Pawan Mullick of Head Quarter Training Command, said they can be developed only through continuous learning during different stages of training.
Air Commodore Mullick was addressing after reviewing the Passing out Parade of 156 Airmen of Non Technical Training Institute (NTTI), who were inducted into the Indian Air Force as full fledged Air Warriors, at Sambra.
He reminded the newly inducted airmen about the great tradition of IAF to render selfless service in the defence of our nation, amply demonstrated during war as well as in peace.
The reviewing officer said that ample opportunities are available in the IAF to improve one’s individual profile and growth in service depending on merit, self resolve and commitment.
Air Commodore Mullick also advised them to channelise their zeal and enthusiasm in right direction, be highly disciplined and take pride in being an Air Warrior. Group Captain Stanzin Thinless, Station Commander of Air Force Station, Belgaum, received the Reviewing Officer. Trophies were presented to meritorious airmen.
Among the prize winners, Air Craftsman Digvijay Singh Solanki topped the General Service Training, Leading Air Craftsman (LAC) Satyam Pal was adjudged as Best All Rounder and best in Accounts Asst Trade. Whereas LAC Abdul Malik was declared Best in Admin Assistant Trade.