R N N Lockhart commander in chief of the Indian Army, Air Marshal T W Elmhirst commanding the Royal Indian Air Force and Rear Admiral J T S Hall -- to sign on the aide memoire that no plans were made for sending Indian troops to Kashmir before October 25, three days before the tribal incursions began.
What does RIAF stand for?
RIAF stands for Royal Indian Air Force
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It was first handed to No 6 Squadron of the Royal Indian Air Force.
He was commissioned as a fighter pilot in the Royal Indian Air Force on 06 January 1941.
In World War II, it was the largest volunteer army in history, while the Royal Indian Air Force also played an important role.
It saw the Royal Indian Air Force (RIAF) take wing, and also saw the setting up of the country's first airline by Tata Sons carrying mail in a Puss Moth aircraft between Karachi and Madras via Ahmedabad and Bombay.
SIXTY three years ago, on this day, in the predawn darkness and chill of an autumn morn, 6 civilian and 3 Royal Indian Air Force C- 47 Dakota aircraft took off from New Delhi's Palam and Willingdon airports respectively.