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PP Bapat appointed Air Marshal of Indian Air force

New Delhi, Aug 4, 2017: Pradeep Padmakar Bapat, has been appointed as Air Marshal at the head office of the Indian Air force, New Delhi.

Updated:Thursday, August 3, 2017, 23:38

PP Bapat appointed Air Marshal of Indian Air forceNew Delhi, Aug 4, 2017: Pradeep Padmakar Bapat, has been appointed as Air Marshal at the head office of the Indian Air force, New Delhi.

Bapat, a resident of Sainath colony, is the son of retired additional director of the agriculture department, PB Bapat. He did his bachelors from Madhav Science College and postgraduate degree from school of studies in Biology from Vikram University. He then joined the administrative branch of Indian Air force as a fight controller in 1983.

He has served as deputy chief administrative officer of the Mirage fighter base, chief administrative officer of equipment depot and chief administrative officer at SU-30 base. He also participated as a member of the Indian Air Force in a joint training programme ‘golden eagle’ between Indian and South African forces.

Source: Free Press Journal

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