No. 10 Squadron IAF

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No. 10 Squadron
Active 20 February 1944 - Present
Country India Republic of India
Branch  Indian Air Force
Role CAS
Interdiction
Reconnaissance
Garrison/HQ Jodhpur AFS
Nickname(s) "Daggers"
Motto(s) Yudhay Krutnischay
Into war with determination
Aircraft flown
Attack MiG-27UPG

No. 10 Squadron (Daggers) is a fighter squadron and is equipped with MiG-27 and based at Jodhpur Air Force Station.[1]

History[edit]

No. 10 Squadron, Indian Air Force was the last squadron of the Indian Air Force to be created during the Second World War, and was formed in 1944.

The squadron was presented with its President's Standard on 18 March 1985, at Jodhpur.

Assignments[edit]

Aircraft[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Squadrons and Helicopter Units". Bharat Rakshak. Retrieved 3 December 2015.