The Indian Navy has initiated Operation Samudra Setu-II to aid in the faster transportation of medical oxygen and other supplies from other countries in view of the surge in cases of Covid-19. The Indian Navy launched operation ‘Samudra Setu-II’ to bring oxygen-filled cryogenic containers to India from abroad as the country faces a severe shortage of medical oxygen in the wake of a massive spike in new Covid-19 cases. Indian Navy spokesperson said that mission-deployed Indian Naval warships will undertake shipment of liquid oxygen-filled cryogenic containers and associated medical equipment. “India Navy launches Operation Samudra Setu-II to augment ongoing national mission Oxygen Express. Mission deployed warships will undertake shipment of liquid Oxygen filled cryogenic containers & associated medical equipment in support of nation's fight against Covid-19.” #IndianNavy launches Operation #SamudraSetu_II to augment ongoing national mission #OxygenExpress . Mission deploye
A key player in the induction of Su-30 MKI aircraft in the Indian Air Force, Air Marshal Sandeep Singh was commissioned in the Fighter Stream on December 22,1983. Air Marshal Sandeep Singh AVSM VM took over as Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief (AOC-in-C) of South Western Air Command (SWAC) of the Indian Air Force in Gandhinagar on Saturday. He succeeds Air Marshal SK Ghotia PVSM VSM ADC, who retired on April 30 2021. A key player in the induction of Su-30 MKI aircraft in the Indian Air Force, Air Marshal Sandeep Singh was commissioned in the Fighter Stream on December 22,1983. He is an alumni of the National Defence Academy and the National Defence College . He is an Experimental Test Pilot and a Cat A Qualified Flying Instructor. He was the Deputy Chief of the Air Staff (DCAS) prior to his present assignment.