Chief of Eastern Air Command Conducted Aerospace Safety Seminar in Jorhat
The Aerospace Safety Seminar, an annual event of the Eastern Air Command, was conducted under the leadership of Air Marshal RD Mathur in Jorhat. He reviewed the operational readiness of various units of the station.
Air Marshal RD Mathur, Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Eastern Air Command arrived on a two day visit to Air Force Station Jorhat on 21 May 2019 to chair Eastern Air Command Aerospace Safety Seminar. He was welcomed by Air Commodore SK Verma Air Officer Commanding, Air Force Station Jorhat.
The Aerospace Safety Seminar, an annual event of the Eastern Air Command, was conducted to review the flight safety statistics and strengthen measures that would enhance safety upon operations.
For Flight Safety or Aerospace Safety, there is an ongoing concern for military aviation as it involves operating to the limits of the human body, machine and environment. Flight safety is the foremost concern as it is not limited to wartime activities but during peace time too.
The Air Marshal impressed upon the importance of aerospace safety in the field of aviation. He urged all the participants to spread awareness and responsibility of contributing towards improving aerospace safety and facilitate hazard free flying operations.
According to PRO Lt. Col Harsh Wardhan Pande, Air Marshal Mathur later reviewed the operational readiness of various units of the station and inspected the vital installations along with ongoing development works. He lauded the station for its excellent effort in safeguarding Indian airspace in Eastern Sector and providing succour to the far flung areas of the North East.