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AN-32 Incident: Air Force says the bodies of the jawans will be brought back by Chopper

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  • According to the IAF, the families of the soldiers were informed about their martyrdom
  • AN-32 had landed on June 3 from the Airbus of Assam, it had disappeared in Arunachal
  • Aircraft debris found in Juni Siang on 11th June, 15 June and climbing team of 15 soldiers

Itanagar.  The Air Force said on Thursday that the team found evidence of no person’s survival from the accident site. There were 13 people, including 8 crew members in the plane. All these families have been informed. Later in the search operation, the black box of the AN-32 black box in the search operation also found dead bodies of all the soldiers. They will be brought back from Chopper. Air Force has paid tribute to all the martyrs.

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During the search operation, the Air Force confirmed the missing AN-32 debris from Tuesday, June 3 in the forest of Siang district of Arunachal. Subsequently, on Wednesday, 15 helicopters and 15 crew members were brought to the accident site by two helicopters. The team searched the debris in the forest at an altitude of 12 thousand feet and people who were riding in it.

Martyrs include Wg Commander GM Charles, Squadron Leader H Vinod, Flight Lieutenant R Thapa, Flight Lieutenant A Tanwar, Flight Lt S. Mohanty and Flight Lieutenant MK Garg. Apart from them, warrant officers KK Mishra, Sergeant Anup Kumar, Corporal Sherin, Lead Aircraft Man SK Singh, Pankaj and civilian Patali and Rajesh Kumar also died in the accident.

An 8-day long search operation launched
AN-32 had taken off from the Airbus of Assam on June 3. It was missing in Arunachal. There were 13 people, including 8 crew of the Air Force. With the help of the three forces, a massive search operation was conducted for eight days. During this time MI-17 helicopter had seen debris of aircraft in the forest of Arunachal.

Besides the Sukhoi, C-130, P-8, the drones were also located in search of the
Air Force tried to trace the aircraft through the Sukhoi-30, C 130J Super Hercules, P8I aircraft, drones and satellites. In this mission, the Navy, Army, intelligence agencies, ITBP and police personnel were engaged in addition to the IAF. Detective planes obtained footage of several hours of imaging and kept Navy’s reconnaissance plane P8I in the search operation. Satellite and unmanned vehicles also have been explored.

In this area, there was a lot of turbulence, hence flying difficult, in
many research, a lot of atmospheric stir in this area of ​​Arunachal appeared. When winds of 140 kmph are exposed to the valleys, such situations make the flight difficult. It is extremely difficult to find the missing planes as far as the forest and population are not far away. It takes decades in several decades.

Even before the debris of the 75-year-old aircraft was found in Arunachal, many times the debris of such airliners has been found on Arunachal hills, which had disappeared during World War II. In February this year, a debris of a missing plane was found in the rowing district of East Arunachal Pradesh for 75 years. This was the aircraft of the American Air Force, which flew to Assam to help fight against the Japanese in the Second World War.

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