Wing Commander Abhinandan Returns to Cockpit 6 Months after Capture by Pak
Wing Commander Abhinandan Returns to Cockpit 6 Months after Capture by Pak

New Delhi: Indian Air Force Pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman has resumed flying the MiG-21 jet. The current fighter returned to the cockpit after about six months. The Army official told the press that the present MiG-21 has started flying again.

He was currently serving at the Indian Air Force base in Rajasthan. The greeting was awarded to the heroic cycle. Wing Commander Abhinandan Present, who dropped an F-16 aircraft along the Pakistan border, flew back to MiG-21 fighter jets once again. A medical board had cleared the way for his return to flying duty by conducting a medical checkup. The IAAF Bengaluru Institute of Aerospace Medicine had allowed the Abhinandan to sit in the cockpit of a fighter jet.

For this, He had to undergo a medical fitness test in which he passed. After the Pulwama terror attack, Indian Air Force entered Pakistan early on February 26 and destroyed the hideouts of Jaish-e-Mohammed. However, Pakistan, after a nefarious move, had entered the Indian territory, which was driven out and landed in the Abhisit Pak border, was arrested there, however, Pak had to return to Abhinandan under pressure from India.

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