|From: Sean D`Penha
Date: Fri Aug 13 10:10:42 1999
makes me proud
I am Indian also a pilot not an Air Force but civilian. I am presently flying in Canada
way up north flying King Air 100. I really like your Page on thew IAF. I do hope you could
get the latest on IAF'S news too.
Keep up the good work.
Date: Wed Aug 11 08:14:31 1999
Encounter in Kutch
Three Cheers for the IAF for shooting down the Pakistani Airplanes over Kutch. You should
do a story on the shooting down and expose the impractciality of a "Training
Mission" in a Hot area.
From: Manish Chandan
Date: Fri Aug 6
FeedbackI recently accessed your site to know the facts about
Indo-Pak confrontation, and must appreciate your efforts to provide such an objective
account of the events. I have printed every page therein for future reference. However, I
would have really enjoyed a short summary for the entire war.
From: Ashutosh Buch
Date: Fri Aug 6
Your site is one of the best I have seen, dedicated to the
From: kersi dotiwalla (ttf@bom8)
Date: Sat Aug 7 02:38:32 1999
excellent collection and data about indian air force
From: Monali Karnik
Date: Fri Aug 6 13:49:48 1999
I just loved the site!!!Keep up the good work and let the pakistanis realise the power
that is INDIA !!JAI HIND!!!!
From: Giovanni Galvan
Date: Sat Jul 31 07:10:11 1999
aviation enthusiastt and journalist
Compliments, visit my URL at
Date: Tue Jul 27 16:30:27 1999
From: Ron Wheeldon (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jul 27 11:38:05 1999
I operate an ex-Swiss Hunter in South Africa and am always on the lookout for parts and
AVPIN - I had hoped to acquire and preserve in airworthy condition an IAF Hunter, but it
seems I am too late, they've probably been broken up already - a tragedy! I enjoyed going
through your site - thanks!
From: mick burton
Date: Sat Jul 24 11:42:57 1999
From: S. VEEK
Date: Fri Jul 23 19:58:26 1999
YOUR SITE IS GREAT.
YES, your site is great and I will not post Anti-Indian Messages again.
Date: Sun Jul 18 16:27:22 1999
Keep up the good work
I was most delighted to hop on a website like yours. It just gives me another
reason to be proud to be INDIAN. Good job on obtaining and tastefully aranging all your
details. i am in America at the moment but i plan to go back to India just as soon as i
complete my degree and join the IAF. Looking forward to it. A message to the
Pakistani---We will take you out anytime, anywhere----just name it. Our MIG-29's and
SU-30's are the best.---see ya jagan
From: Kalpana Maurya (N/A)
Date: Sat Jul 17 09:14:23 1999
I would like to thank all our air force pesons who have done a very good job in Kashmir to
throw Pakistani out from India. Pakistan should take a lesson from Indians. Our fighter
pilots are great.
From: Sudip K. Maurya
Date: Sat Jul 17 03:48:31 1999
Appreciation for job well done
I'm happy that Indian Air Force is so good in doing its job. I would like to thank all
fighter pilots who have done a very good job for our country. I'm not an airman but my
Papa is airman so I'm in touch with Indian Airforce. I also like to thank all the persons
who were involved in Kargil sector and lost their livies for the country.
Indian Airforce has done a very good job.
Sudip K. Maurya
From: Biki Malik
Date: Mon Jun 14 21:09:04 1999
Indian AirForce War 1965
Hello : I read your site on Indian Air Force and was very, very impressed. Particularly,
since you have taken the trouble to re-create the IAF war in 1965. I had seen details on
the 1971 war but the 1965 war has remained elusive. Can I ask you where you got this
I have a particular interest in 1965 since my father Late Sqn. Ldr. N. K. Malik was killed
in action in this war. This is the first time I have read how he died and I am thrilled
and very proud. You cannot believe how happy I am to have read this at my age of 36,
having lost him when I was 2 years old. I would like to find out more about his role in
the war and so was wondering if you would be willing to share with me, where you go this
information on the war.
If there is a way I can contribute to you efforts let me know.
Barinder (biki) Malik
From: Ashit Chakraborty
Date: Thu Jun 10 03:59:53 1999
The Great Indian Air Force
You are a genious. Your site is so excellent, interesting and truthful that I must have
visited it atleast 15 times. Now I look forward to your accomplishment of the IAF's role
in the 1971 war.
I visted the paki sites too but they are liars and they only know how to do negative
propoganda against India. It seems the pakis have forgotten the 65 & 71 beatings.
My father was a airman in the IAF. During the 65 conflict I was not in my senses being a 6
months old infant and were posted in Barrackpore AFB. By the time 71 conflict broke out, I
can recollect the night sky lit up by our A-A fire. This time we were posted at the
I would appreciate an acknowledgement from you if you wish any future accomplishment of
the 1971 conflict. Any help needed, most welcome. Also thanks to Rakesh Koshy.
God Bless you. Jai Hind!!
Date: Thu Jun 10 03:43:34 1999
Congratulations for having maintained such a great website. As I am a warbird enthusiast
myself, I have a couple of questions . I'd be thankful to you if you could answer them.
1. Do you know the history of Liberator HE924 (at the IAF museum)?
2. Are there any transport warbirds preserved anywhere else in India (other than the ones
in the IAF museum) ?
From: Neville Bulsara
Date: Mon Jun 7 02:47:03 1999
Great site ! (and a few comments on the furious
rhetoric to be found on this guestbook)
For starters - you've got a really impresive site here - loved browsing through the
various images and reading the commentry. Regarding my interest in military afairs - it
goes way back to 1989 when I was associated in some ways with the Indian Navy - since
then, I have managed to keep myself updated (as far as possible) on the navy and air force
front (world-wide, not just the Indian scenario), but my knowledge on ground warfare is
minimal (that's putting it kindly). Things be as they may, apart from the fighting forces,
my interests include geopolitics etc - I'm more of a strategic guy than a tactical one -
if you know what I mean.
In the light of the above statement, I cannot but help comment on some of the rhetoric
I've seen posted here by some of the visitors on your site. Talks of "nuking
Pakistan" or "nuking India".. or even fighting another war... while one
cannot expect peop
From: Rahul Roy (It151@twp.ac.nz)
Date: Wed Jun 2 00:52:57 1999
From: Narendra Tailor
Date: Fri May 28 10:19:50 1999
For a job well done in providing an insight of the Indian Defences.
Keep up the good work.
With gratitude and kind regards.
Date: Thu May 27 09:50:38 1999
Hello from Texas
I am the proud owner of a TS-11 Iskra. A Polish Jet fighter trainer and am curious as I
have heard that the India Airforce still utilizes them for training. Is this true ? I am
building a fact sheet for airshow in Texas, and am very excited about showing off my new
prize - the "Iskra" Regards, Jan J. Rayburn
From: Nishant Berlia
Date: Tue May 25 13:32:09 1999
Pics of IAF
Hi! I was just checking out your site (at the risk of sounding like another of those
Congress men :-) ) - wonderful, great, fintastic.
I have some pics and a list of aircrafts as of 1991.
Since these pics take a lot of memory, just mail me if you want them. The ones I have are:
1. SEPECAT Jaguar
2. Trio of MiG-21 "Fishbeds"
3. 5 SA.315B Lama or "Cheetak"
4. Mil Mi-26 "Halo"
5. HJT-16 Kiran II
From: Dhiren Bhatia
Date: Mon May 10 19:30:38 1999
Very impressive page
Way to go!
Date: Sat May 1 23:56:49 1999
I think that you have a very interesting page. I wish that I had the time to do something
like this. Thanks for visiting my page. Sorry that I don't have the time to update it.
Hopefully by the fall, I will have a few minutes. I haven't put any pics on it yet.
From: mario warnaar
Date: Thu Apr 15 12:48:41 1999
Great website, enjoyed it a lot. I'm a former Royal Netherlands Air Force K-9 doghandler.
Visit my site someday at
From: kumar (u don't wanna know)
Date: Mon Apr 12 10:53:29 1999
dear Siddiqui, it's funny to hear you talking about the captured IAF pilots.
Go ask Bhutto, how we made him limp to shimla and ask your half million
army how we made them walk through our streets with the hands tied during
the 71 war. Next time you mess with us, we 'll wipe you out of this world.
long live india...greetings to country men.
Date: Fri Apr 9 15:59:18 1999
Warbirds & early jets
Well done Jagan< good site
From: Cary Dice
Date: Mon Mar 29 16:01:27 1999
In North Carolina, USAb
From: Neil Medcalf
Date: Sat Mar 27 01:10:42 1999
IAF Spitfire Trainers
I would like to talk with anyone who flew, maitained of remembers the IAF's Spitfire
Trainers. I am researching these ten aircraft for a book on these aircraft the IAF and
RIAF used. Any help would be very gratefully recieved. Thanks.
From: Flt Lt S Sadanand (ex) SSC
Date: Fri Mar 5 07:09:40 1999
Can you email me a photo of SAM 3 (Pechora) missiles?
From: C. A. Broadhurst
Date: Sat Feb 13 19:16:58 1999
Flying Training in India, 1944 to 1946
In late 1944, around 112 Fairchild Cornells were delivered to India for elementary flying
training. Used at No. 2 EFTS, Jodphur and possibly elsewhere. Has anybody any logboks,
photographs or similar records relating to these aircraft?
From: Zeeshan Nabi
Date: Wed Feb 10 21:57:03 1999
thanks for your reply.
I am wondering if S/L Trevor Keelor was awarded Vir Chakra for shooting F/L Yusaf Ali
If he was, than I have a picture of his demaged plane at Sargodha air base (Sabre #53870)
proving that the pilot was awarded kill incorrectly.
F/L Yusaf and his Sabre flew again for the duration of this war with in few days after
Did you also know that IAF surrendered Gnat was also from the same formation?
From: Zeeshan Nabi
Date: Sun Feb 7 19:53:18 1999
I am confused...help me!
i just noticed that you have listed two PAF pilots as shot down over Kalaikunda on 7th sep
1965. F/L Cooke and F/O Mamgain each claimed one fighter. PAF only accepted one loss of
F/L Afzal Khan and you also described in detail how his body was found. Who was the other
pilot? You dont mention his name or about recovering his body.
what happened to the other pilot??
From: Mario D'Errico
Date: Wed Feb 3 12:04:57 1999
Excellent the page. I am a airplane fanatic from Argentina.
From: Manmeet Singh
Date: Tue Feb 2 10:03:03 1999
Excellent work Jagan!!Keep it up.
From: Wg. Cdr. F.J. Mehta )Retd.)
Date: Tue Feb 2 03:49:08 1999
Re: Your IAF site
Had a preview. Looks impressive. Will get back after a closer look.
From: Omar Mirza
Date: Tue Jan 12 15:32:01 1999
Overall Site, and future Conflict IAF vs. PAF
we, their citizenry, who have paid the taxes to support the militaries of both countries
should get our money's worth ! I look forward to the next Indo-Pak war, may it come soon.
With IAF having nearly 1000 fighter aircraft Vs. PAFs 500 it should be even more
interesting than the last 2 wars. And interceptions will be MUCH more likely to occur
resulting in more air-air combat this time around. Hooray for CNN !!! (We'll get to watch
I hope) I'm also a big armour buff and that'll be fun to see as well.
PAF Zindabad ! (That lying jerk M.M Alam excepted)
From: Omar Mirza
Date: Tue Jan 12 15:30:34 1999
Overall Site, and future Conflict IAF vs. PAF
Well maintained and organized and seemingly objective, although your account is only as
good as the info you rely on, and I'm convinced the IAF never made certain things public.
I enjoyed reading the operational details of the IAFs account of the war. Its a pity there
are some Indian & Pakistani people who do not understand simple civility and resort to
crude characterizations of the "enemy", who have posted msgs in your guestbook
that serve no constructive purpose.
I for one however, being a fighter enthusiast, and of Pakistani nationality, look forward
to the day when the IAF & the PAF resume dueling in the skys over both countries
simply and purely from a sporting point of view. As long as nuclear war is averted ...
there's no harm in having another war over the unresolved (and peacefully unresolveable)
Kashmir dispute. Afterall, both nations have spent a lot of money on buying a lot of
expensive toys, we, their citizenry, who
From: wg.cdr vkvasudev
Date: Mon Jan 4 08:58:38 1999
give info on test flying schools etc.
From: Radhey Shyam
Date: Wed Dec 23 06:43:03 1998
Quite a good effort.. keep it up..
From: Srinath and vasanta (
Date: Tue Dec 1 17:00:51 1998
Great effort , interesting facts and pics. Best wishes.
Date: Tue Dec 1 16:19:04 1998
interesting reading and pictures
Interesting and impartial site.
Till now all I have heard are these pakistani
braggarts singing their own praises but after
looking at these sites and reading third party
accounts I have to say with regret that they
the pakistanis lie a bit too much are in fact
deluding themselves and setting themselves up for
From: Amitabh Sinha
Date: Sun Nov 29 11:30:50 1998
Fantastic site. keep it up. waiting for updates.
From: Kishore Patel
Date: Mon Nov 23 15:21:16 1998
From: qazi (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Nov 21 21:27:01 1998
tribute to downed flyers
have any sane indian or pakistani ever thought of repatriating remains of downed flyers on
both sides of the border.conflicts comes and goes but i think human spirit should
prevail,pakistani airforce,is great.pakistan zindabad,hindustan zindabad.i would love to
see any comments on this issue
From: Vivek Bhaskar
Date: Sat Nov 21 20:44:07 1998
From: Joe Corcoran
Date: Sun Nov 15 21:01:55 1998
You have a great web page with very good photos. My visit was very interesting.
From: Mizu (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Nov 15 20:28:19 1998
Date: Sun Nov 15 02:29:14 1998
YOUR WEB IS COOL BROTHER, KEEP IT UP . I AM PROUD TO BE HINDU. AND THANK GOD I AM INDIAN.
From: Gus Sheridan
Date: Fri Nov 13 04:33:20 1998
If any old colleagues of Air.Cdr Peter Wilson Vr.C
(Retd) wishes to contact him they can do so through me, his son-in-law at my email
Thanks Jagan once again for all the effort you have put into your very interesting
website. It makes very interesting reading
From: lomax (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Nov 12 01:46:57 1998
From: Rajesh Narayana
Date: Wed Nov 11 15:53:22 1998
Keep up the good work. Not too many people maintain their websites. Looks like you are
enjoying yourself doing this. More people shd take interest. Your bro showed me this site
From: PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON
Date: Wed Nov 11 08:11:09 1998
I LOVE INDIA.
Date: Tue Nov 10 08:57:01 1998
I happened to visit this site accidentally and i enjoyed surfing it.
From: Rajeev Gupte
Date: Fri Nov 6 11:55:50 1998
New Chief of Air Staff
I live in the UK and I note with great delight that Air mArshal Tipnis is to suceed Air
Chief Marshal Sareen as the new Chief of Air Staff.
I believe he is the right man for the job, given the difficulties the IAF has had w.r.t.
pay issues. Air Marshal Tipnis should bring balance and diplomacy to the force and his
tenure will be seen to be one of calm and fairness.
He is after all my father-in-law!!
Great site by the way...
From: Samir Chopra
Date: Fri Oct 30 18:04:55 1998
Vinod Patney (VrC) is currently C-in-C WAC. I am pretty sure that he flew in 1 Sqn as well
with VK Bhatia and PC Chopra. In Dec 1996, I met VK 'Jimmy' Bhatia (he is C-in-C as well,
I think, of one of the Commands, at the time he was at AHQ) after a long period and as we
got to chatting, he told me about flying in the 'famous Black formation'. There were four
members, Bhatia, Chopra, Patney and one more whose name escapes me. I am fairly sure, too,
that Bhatia and Chopra got their VrC's for the Sargodha raid, so its possible that Patney
got his for the same reason. Anyway, none of this is positive but might be worth checking
out. I'll try and find out more on my next trip to India.
Once again, congratulations on an excellent page. I wish some comments in the guestbook
were a little more civilized.
From: Vinod Kirplani
Date: Thu Oct 29 00:34:46 1998
There will always be conflict where there are differences. Sad part is that Pakistan was
once India. As a child I grew up in India, and as a four year old I remember the
air-raid-sirens real well. My father remembers how he had to leave hyderabad sindh in
1947, as a four year old. The IAF has made many improvements and have made a strong
commitment to their arsenal as well as pilots. There are no winners in war, but Jagan
memories are worth a million thoughts! Keep up the good work. God Bless the IAF.
Date: Tue Oct 27 16:03:39 1998
In 1965 war i was 10 years old and living close to airforce base
i have seen three time with my own eyes that during the dog fight
indian planes landed,and pilot of indian airforce was ordered to murgha ban jaoo. they
were literally begging with their hands tight for their life....
Shame on u folks ............u die for the country.....but these idiots were begging for
Date: Sun Oct 25 01:45:50 1998
Congrats!!!!!! Great Site!!!
Kudos! for maintaining a great site. Do present a balanced picture and keep
Date: Fri Oct 16 18:10:20 1998
Great site! I am a fan of tanks, esp soviet built stuff and I saw you were into tanks as
well. Do you have any pics of tanks in indian army that you could put on your site. I saw
your pic on the T-72-cool.
Jai Hind, Sat Sri Akal
From: aman (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Oct 6 15:37:11 1998
hey people , y is that pakistan is jeoules of india ?? is it becouse india got better
Airforce or better navy or better army ?? india will kick paki's ass anytime,anywhere.y do
u think it took so long for pakistan to test it's nuclear weopon's ?? and the answer is
'china send them the wrong manual'
India ROCK"S !!!!!!!!!
From: RAMAN ROY BHANOT
Date: Wed Sep 30 02:40:29 1998
EXCELLENT WEB SITE
My congratulations on maintaining an excellent web site of the Indian Air Force. More
information would be helpful.
From: Wg.Cdr. Donald Michael Retd)
Date: Fri Sep 25 12:19:55 1998
Retired in 1967 and still flying
I immigreted to Canada in 1968 after serving nearly 25 years with the RIAF and then the
IAF. I stumbled on your interesting page. I still hold my valid Senior Commercial pilots
licence and fly occasionally just to keep in touch. I would like ti keep in touch with any
of my contempories and ex-students of the Army,Navy and AirFirce whom I trained both on
pistons and jets. Thanks and all the best Don
From: Greg Buechler
Date: Fri Sep 18 13:37:55 1998
Impressions of your site
I stumbled on this while looking for another museum topic, but was very pleasantly
surprised! I'm probably one of the only Americans with an interest in the Indo-Pakistani
conflicts and air activity in particular. As a scale modeler, aircraft of these battles
are a favorite subject of mine. Keep up the good work, and the more you can publish (in
color!) of camouflage and markings the better!
From: W/C Bhupinder Singh
Date: Tue Sep 15 20:29:17 1998
Well done, keep it up!
At long last a good site on IAF. Living here in Australia, aI am hungary for any info
about me ex-service. You might like to include info about and contact addreses of various
top IAF Institutes/Colleges/Academies etc. Please keep up the good work.
Date: Mon Sep 14 12:54:11 1998
My Dear Jagan
You have said enough about the pilots and their aircrafts. Do you mind mentioning
something about missiles and existing pay disparities between fliers and technical
What is the latest about the pay committee set up by the Air HQ.
PLEASE GIVE ME THE E-MAIL ID OF AOM's Office.
From: Wg.Cdr. D.P.Soni (Retd) IAF
Date: Sat Sep 5 14:34:16 1998
Dear Mr Jagan,
It is very ineresting to view this website sitting in USA. Having witnessed the times and
some of the events that this site focuses on it brings back memories of some outstanding
men whose deeds contributed to the Glory of Indian Air Force. But the pity is that their
patriotic spirit has not been politically cannalised for the National Good but malaciously
allowed to be drained and wasted. What those times revealed
to me was that basically we Indians and they the Pakistanis are same people who ironically
Date: Sun Aug 23 08:25:31 1998
what a nice site how can i thank you for praising india so much . indian airforce after
all is one of the best in the world. pakistanis will always remember the defeats they had
to face in the previous wars .thanks to the iaf. the recently inducted su 30s can really
take the pakis arse
From: Narendra Tailor
Date: Sun Aug 23 01:17:17 1998
Keep it up and thank you for providing us foreigners of Indian ancestory with an insight
of India's defences.
From: fawad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Aug 22 00:08:30 1998
during a war its good luck to shoot one plane out 350 but paki's shoot down 150 out of 500
in 65, & in 71 paki's shoot down appx.250 aircrafts.
IAF air Force is so advance that it's officers went on strike and there fighters could not
shoot a cargo plane.they r so advance that there pilots are affaird of death
From: TONY FARRELL (MOOSEHUNTER)
Date: Wed Aug 19 21:20:28 1998
Just thought I'd drop you a line to let you know that I think you have an excellent site!
From both a historical and a technical perspective. And I learnt a few things too. I never
realised that the Ajeet was a right little arse-kicker, to us Brits it was always
considered to be a trainer. Also, I never realised that the Marut acheived operational
status! Ignorance on my part I suppose, but just another example of 'never knowing enough'
about military history.
As an ex-engineer in the RAF, plane lover and all round history head, I fully appreciate
your efforts to educate the ignorant amongst us.
Here in the UK we have difficulty understanding the animosity between India and Pakistan
as we have LARGE communities of both nationalities so this 'forgotten conflict' will be
quite an eye-opener for some. Conflict isn't the answer to differences but it's always
been with us and doesn't seem to want to leave.
Take it easy people! Catch ya soon.
From: Kamal Mahmud
Date: Sun Aug 16 20:57:10 1998
as an x-PAF pilot ,all i can say is that war is no solution to anything.If we can ever
erase the hatred among us is the biggest dilema.Religion should not become a reason for
Good luck with whatever u are trying to acomplish.
From: Shaji (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Aug 13 16:47:35 1998
Congrats on a great site!
This is my first time visit here. Great site you got going here! My 2 cents:
~Try to fit the first-page entirely into the browser window, without the need for
scrolling horizontally and..
~It is difficult to read some pages on the site because of the backdrop..would be great if
you can enhance font/backdrop contrast..
E-mail me if you need any help. Good Luck!
From: Nooman Naqvi
Date: Fri Aug 7 17:53:08 1998
Nice page. Great photos. I plan to visit India soon & I'll love to go to the IAF
museum. We have a new PAF museum in Karachi. If you plan to visit Pakistan then please go
Also please visit my PAF page at www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Hangar/2377/index.html It
has invaluable Gun Camera photos from the '65 war.
Date: Tue Aug 4 14:44:57 1998
Need to have a date last updated on the main page along with whats new
From: Rahul K. Deshpande
Date: Sun Aug 2 20:00:32 1998
Whaaata Site !!
Dear Jaggu !!
Kuddos for your site and especially the new addition (The Lull . ) . Patriotism should
never overshadow Rationalism ,and thats what this site proves to be as per me "Its a
an unbiased account of 1965 war ,very rare !! "
Keep up the good work !!
From: Neil Medcalf
Date: Sat Aug 1 23:28:53 1998
Hurricane information and Spitfire request
Here's some help with the history for the Hurricane.-- I would like to ask you for your
help as well-
Could you supply me with addresses for the IAF Museum and the IAF Academy museum?
I am researching the IAF's two seat Spitfires for a book. I am looking for their
serial matchs to RAF serials and photos of them in service. Thank you -
Only production batch of 300 Hurricane Mk II 's built by Austin Motor Co ltd. Longbridge
, during 1941. serial groupings as follows.
excepting AP-516-AP518 this entire batch was scheduled for supply to Russia during
1941-42, for service with the Russian Navy. Although a large propotion in fact sailed by
PQ convoy ( many aircraft being lost en route due to enemy action), other aircraft were
retained for issue to the Royal Air Force. principally as replacements.
- above from the book Hawker Hurri
From: Vikram Vyas
Date: Mon Jul 27 13:28:55 1998
This has developed into a great site. Bravo!
Date: Sun Jul 26 03:48:17 1998
It's all a waste!!!...a web page on the IAF.
You indians know your pilots are no match for the PAF......your morale is low, planes are
not even fit to fly and you're SHIT scared of meeting the PAF F-16 top guns!!!!
From: Kiran (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jul 24 04:38:33 1998
One more crazy guy !!!
Hello Mr. Jagan,
Great work buddy. I thought there were'nt many crazy buffs like me-looks like I've got
company out here. Neat layout,good description,deadly photographs. My main attraction -
trivia. Nice bit.
Keep up the good work my friend !!!
From: Damien Burke
Date: Wed Jul 22 16:30:17 1998
Great site - it's good to see the Indian Air Force getting more and more coverage on the
web, as I feel it's one of the most interesting forces with such varied equipment and a
history of combat success. And, of course, so many UK-originated types in use, my primary
From: swarna latha
Date: Thu Jul 16 10:02:21 1998
The site is really good. We Indians really require such websites which will boost the
image of our Indian Military people.
Please do carry on
From: Vinod Bakshi
Date: Tue Jul 14 19:58:41 1998
PAF Air Chief Picture
You should copy the PAF Air Chief's recent picture from Jane's IDR page which shows him
sitting in an F-16 and put it next to his POW picture. It would make a good BEFORE and
Date: Wed Jul 1 16:54:16 1998
Excellent ! very well done, I am eagerly awaiting the completion of the remaining
Nice to know that the PAKi Air Chief, has had the taste of being shot down and being
Date: Wed Jul 1 13:37:16 1998
GOOD WORK BRO
GOOD WORK JAGAN.
From: Sajneev Sharma
Date: Sun Jun 14 12:17:48 1998
Good work Jagan !
Good work. Look forward to the remaining chapters on the 1965 conflict. It would be
interesting to compare the claims of the respective Air Forces in this conflict.
From: Samir Chopra
Date: Tue Jun 9 16:21:41 1998
With reference to your Gallantry awards page:
PC Chopra, VK Bhatia both flew Mysteres for 1 SQN in the 65 Ops
From: Satish Krishnan
Date: Sun Jun 7 07:51:20 1998
Excellent! I'm eagerly waiting for the completion of the '65 story, and then hope you will
take up the '71 war!
From: rajiv (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jun 5 15:00:50 1998
What can I say but "A BigThanks Jagan". Keep up the good work.
From: Jay Sheshgiri
Date: Sun May 24 21:17:48 1998
Well done! Carry on with the good work. I look forward to the completion of this 1965 war
Date: Sun May 24 03:47:12 1998
Beutiful site, Jagan. dont you think it would be better to start something on the 1971 Air
Battles too. What about the IAF in World war 2, that is another area no one has explored
keep up the Good work
From: VIKRAM KHOSLA
Date: Thu May 21 19:04:33 1998
GREAT SITE !
A GREAT SITE FOR HISTORICAL INFORMATION ON THE INDIAN AIR FORCE. MAKES FOR VERY
INTERESTING, ENJOYABLE AND EDUCATIVE READING. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.
Date: Tue May 19 12:24:38 1998
Eagerly waiting for the 1965 operations
Your page is gradually developing a unique look
to it. Waiting for your 65 ops page to be completed. Keep in touch.
From: Gopal Dar
Date: Mon May 18 11:57:30 1998
Congratulations on a great site. Some updating with regard to recent equipment would be
useful. Anxiously await completion of pages about the 1965 war, which I remember as a
young boy of 11 years.
Keep up the good work,
All the best,
From: Rupak Chattopadhyay
Date: Thu May 14 20:07:47 1998
An invaluable addition!!! Good going !
From: Vishnu Mavuram
Date: Wed May 13 15:08:09 1998
Way to go Jagan. Couldn't wait to congradulate you. A perfect site to show to our
Hope will you add more stories.
Date: Wed May 13 05:47:24 1998
Beautifull site, keep it up.
From: Rohit Iyer
Date: Tue May 12 20:27:08 1998
Good web page. Add some more info about the conflict in the Siachen Glacier and some info
about the role of IAF in defending the North-East theatre
Date: Sun May 10 10:47:03 1998
Its a Good site and I hope that more pictures and information about our armed forces will
be desplayed on the site like 1971 war and srilankan operations.
From: Syed Nazar
Date: Sun May 10 05:59:39 1998
Good No of Pictures and some stories. Add some color photos from contemporary period