Indian Air Force hands over 1971 Dakota aircraft to Bangladesh

Indian Air Force hands over 1971 Dakota aircraft to Bangladesh As reported by New Age online, Dhaka, Indian Air Force hands over Bangladesh an aircraft used in Bangladesh’s Liberation War in 1971 in para-drop operations, reports United News of Bangladesh.Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief of Eastern Air Command of the Indian Air Force Air Marshal S B Deo on Monday formally handed over Dakota (DC-3) aircraft, which has been installed at the Bangladesh Air Force (BAF) Museum at Tejgaon.This Dakota aircraft took part in para-drop operations in Tangail on December 11, 1971 during the Liberation War, said an official media release.The Dakota aircraft has special significance for BAF as it started its journey from Nagaland, Dimapur on September 28, 1971 with the establishment of ‘K&rsq...
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