Flight Lieutenant Mohana Singh became the first IAF woman pilot to fly Hawk jets

Flight Lt. Mohana Singh becomes the first woman fighter pilot to fly by day on a Hawk advanced jet aircraft.
She landed after a grueling 4-aircraft combat sortie at Kalaikunda Air Force station in West Bengal.
The other women officers – Bhawana Kanth and Avani Chaturvedi – joined the fighter stream in June 2016.
Last week, Flight Lt. Bhawana Kanth became the first daytime woman fighter pilot to fly a MiG-21 Bison.
She involved flying both air-to-air combat and air-to-ground missions.
She has undertaken many practice missions which involved firing of rockets, guns and dropping high caliber bombs and has also participated in various Air Force level flying exercises.
She has a total of over 500 hours of incident-free flying of which 380 hours are on the Hawk Mk 132 jet.

Mohana Singh
Mohana Singh Jitarwal is one of the first female pilots of India.
She was declared as the first combat pilot along with two of her cohorts, Bhawana Kanth, and Avani Chaturvedi. 
All three women pilots were inducted into the Indian Air Force fighter squadron in June 2016.

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