On Sunday, a new chapter was added to mark the 91st anniversary of the Indian Air Force. The Indian Air Force New Flag as of right now. After 72 years, this change was made during the Air Force Day parade when Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria changed the flag and gave the airmen their oath.
The new flag for the air defence force was unveiled today by the Indian Air Force (IAF). The new ensign, which was unveiled during the yearly day parade, more closely reflects the ideals of the airmen. In Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh, Air Chief Marshal V R Chaudhari performed the unveiling. It should be mentioned that the IAF also conducted a flypast at Prayagraj’s Bamrauli Air Force Station during this event.
Only the IAF Crest will be given on the new IAF Ensign. Below the national crest, the Ashoka Lion, are the words “Satyamev Jayate” inscribed in Devanagari. Under the Ashoka Lion is a representation of a Himalayan eagle with wings spread wide, representing “the fighting qualities of the IAF.” An “Bhartiya Vayu Sena” light blue ring encircles the Himalayan eagle. The Bhagavad Gita is the source of the IAF’s motto, “touching the sky with glory,” which is inscribed beneath the Himalayan eagle in golden Devanagari.
The revised Indian Air Force (IAF) flag was unfurled by the Chief of the Air Staff on Saturday, commemorating an important occasion in the organization’s history and displaying its evolving tenets.
The Air Force crest is situated in the upper right corner, close to the flag’s end, of the new IAF flag. This symbol represents the Ashoka Chakra, the country’s coat of arms, and beneath it, in Devanagari writing, is the phrase “Satyameva Jayate,” which means “Truth Alone Triumphs.”
The Indian Air Force New Flag Soars with Pride : Air force day
The image of an eagle with wings spread wide beneath the Ashoka Chakra represents the majesty of the Indian Air Force against the magnificent Himalayan setting. A bright blue ring surrounds the eagle, and the words “Indian Air Force” are engraved on it in Devanagari script.
The Bhagavad Gita is the source of the IAF’s motto, “Nabha Sparsham Deeptam,” which means “Touch the Sky with Glory.” Over time, the IAF flag has undergone changes. At first, it had the RAF roundel (in red, white, and blue) on the fly side and the Union Jack in the upper left canton. However, changes were made to the flag after Independence, replacing the Union Jack with the Indian Tricolour and the RAF roundels with the IAF Tricolour.
Congratulations from Chief Minister Yogi, Amit Shah, and Prime Minister Modi
On the occasion of the 91st Air Force Foundation Day, Amit Shah, the Union Home Minister, Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, and the Defence Minister sent their best wishes to every member of the Indian Air Force. On Sunday morning, the Indian Air Force held an official parade at the Bamrauli Air Force Station in Prayagraj to kick off the 91st anniversary festivities.
The Indian Air Force has protected the country’s interests in both war and peace with its steel wings and valiant hearts. I honour their outstanding service to the country and the sacrifices they made on this momentous anniversary.
“The brave sons of Bharat Mata have scripted tales of valour, courage, and heroism,” Rajnath Singh wrote in a post. Thank you!
Since it was first observed on October 8, 1932, Air Force Day has served as a reminder of the Indian Air Force’s (IAF) formal induction into the nation’s armed services.
Senior officers and the Chief of the Indian Air Force attend the annual celebration of this day. The first operational squadron of the Indian Air unit was formed in 1933 after being initially founded in 1932 as an auxiliary unit to the Royal Air Force of the United Kingdom.
The Air Force Flag was developed in 1951
The historic flag will be safely stored in the Central Air Command Museum after it is retired. Prior to this, the flag of the Indian Navy underwent alterations. In 1951, following independence, the Air Force Flag was established. The tricolour is located in the top left corner of the present flag, which is blue in colour. The Indian Air Force roundel, which is red, white, and blue, is located in the bottom right corner.
What did the Air Force’s former flag look like?
In the past, the Royal Indian Air Force roundel (red, white, and blue) was displayed on the fly side of the Air Force flag, which also had the Union Jack in the upper left canton. Following Indian independence, the lower right canton’s Union Jack was replaced with the Indian tricolour, and the roundels were changed to IAF roundels in the same colour scheme. A new flag has now been developed to better reflect the principles of the Indian Air Force. The IAF crest, which stands for the values of the Indian Air Force, is included in the new flag’s upper right corner. It shows a Himalayan eagle with its wings wide, symbolising the virtues of the Indian Air Force in times of conflict.