Shivangi Singh is a pioneer in the Indian Air Force for becoming the first female pilot to fly the Rafale combat aircraft. Her contributions extend beyond this extraordinary performance, as she is also a member of the IAF squad that will participate in the global Exercise Orion in France. Shivangi will be able to cement her place in history by demonstrating her flying ability on the multi-role air dominance aircraft.
Who Is Shivangi Singh?
- Shivangi Singh’s excellent skills and qualities gained her a commission in the Indian Air Force’s second batch of female fighter pilots after entering the IAF in 2017.
- She began her flying career with the MiG-21 Bison before moving on to the Rafale.
- She is originally from Varanasi and is now completing conversion training before joining the Golden Arrows squadron in Ambala, Haryana.
- This recent development marks another key milestone in Shivangi’s career, as she becomes the Rafale squadron’s first female fighter pilot.
- The Rafale pilot selection procedure is difficult, but Shivangi has risen to the occasion and accomplished a historic feat.
- Her accomplishment acts as an inspiration to young girls and women in India who want to join the Indian Air Force.
- The participation of Shivangi Singh and the rest of the Indian Air Force personnel in Exercise Orion demonstrates India’s commitment to forging strong partnerships with other countries in order to strengthen regional security and stability.
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