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Indian Air Force skydive team creates historic record by jumping from aircraft with twin flags

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The Indian Air Force skydive team, Akashganga, have created yet another record adding to the many milestones it has already achieved.

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Notably, Wing Commander Gajanand Yadava on Sunday created a historic record by jumping from an aircraft with twin flags measuring 30×20 feet each in Agra, Uttar Pradesh.

Wing Commander Gajananda Yadav jumped from an An-32 aircraft over Malpura Drop Zone, Agra, from an altitude of 12000 feet above the ground on December 12, 2018.

In a tweet, the magnificent footage of Gajananda Yadav’s jump was recorded by Wing Commander V Baliga, who also jumped along for aerial recording of the feat.

However, this is a proud moment for the Indian Air Force and as well as for the whole country because such event has ever been recorded in the past. Hence this is a great addition to the IAF’s milestones.

Gajananda Yadav is a part of Akashganga, which was formed on 10 Aug 1987. Akash Ganga is the 14 member Sky diving team of the Indian Air Force. The team comprises the most dedicated, skillful and daredevil Para Instructors of the Paratroopers Training School. The enthusiasm and experience the instructors from PTS gained in sky diving since its inception, resulted in the formation of Sky Diving team for demonstration jumps.

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