Rafale jet tail numbers to feature former Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa’s

The Indian Rafale fighter jets will fly with the tail sign ‘BS’ after the recently retired Air Force Chief Birender Singh Dhanoa. The Indian Air Force has decided to put tail numbers in 30 Rafale jets with ”BS” initials. Six Rafale trainer aircraft will carry RB series tail numbers which stand for Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria, the current Chief of Air Staff who played a key role as lead negotiator for the mega-deal.

Static/Current Takeaways Important For RRB NTPC/SSC CGL:

  • Indian Airforce founded: 8 October 1932, India.
  • Headquarters: New Delhi.

Source: The NDTV

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