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First woman officer to take over as Deputy Air Attache in Moscow

Anjali Singh becomes the country’s first woman officer to be posted as a military diplomat at an Indian mission abroad.

Updated:Thursday, September 19, 2019, 07:37

First woman officer to take over as Deputy Air Attache in MoscowThe first woman defence attache from the Navy would be taking charge in a month, Navy sources said on Tuesday

“A woman Navy officer will take over as the Deputy Naval Attache at our embassy at Moscow in Russia in a month,” a Navy source said. The officer could be the rank of a Commander or a Lieutenant Commander, the source added.

Last week, Wing Commander Anjali Singh took over as the Deputy Air Attache in Moscow becoming the country’s first woman officer to be posted as a military diplomat at an Indian mission abroad.

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