|Service No & Branch||10866 F(P)|
|Date of Birth: -- --- --||Commissioned: 04 Jun 1967||Course: 97 Course||Entry Mode : NDA|
|Service End:||Retired on 15 Jan 2002|
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|24 Jun 1985 - 11 Sep 1987||Wg Cdr||No.45 Squadron||Jamnagar||Commanding Officer|
|01 Oct 1989 - 01 Jan 1992||Gp Capt||40 Wing||Gwalior||Chief Operations Officer|
|14 Jan 1992 - 01 May 1994||Gp Capt||No.102 Squadron||Bareilly||Commanding Officer|
|01 May 1994 - 01 Mar 1996||Gp Capt||Air Head Quarters||Delhi||JD (Air Defence)|
|01 Mar 1996 - 01 Feb 1997||Air Cmde||Air Head Quarters||Delhi||Director (Air Staff Requirements)|
|03 Feb 1997 - 30 May 1999||Air Cmde||16 Wing||Hashimara||Air Officer Commanding|
|01 Jul 1999 - 01 Oct 2001||Air Cmde||Air Head Quarters||Delhi||Principal Director (Offensive Operations)|
|15 Oct 2001 - 15 Jan 2002||AVM||2 Air Defence Control Centre||Gandhinagar||Air Officer Commanding|
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|Vayu Sena Medal (Gallantry)|
|Wg Cdr||Jagdish Singh Grewal||10866 F(P)||Award Date||Announced 26 Jan 1988|
|Details :|| |
Wing Commander Jagdish Singh Gerwal has been in continuous active flying since commissioning and has flown more than 2500 hrs on fighter aircraft. He has maintained an accident-free record during his flying career spanning 20 years. During the Indo-Pak conflict in 1971, he flew 22 operational missions.
The officer won the Sword of Honour Standing first in the overall order of merit and also at Air Combat Trophy during his FCL course in Mar 79. Subsequently, he was a member of the directing staff at the Tactical Combat Development Establishment.
He was specially selected and posted as a flying inspector in the Directorate of Air Staff Inspection from Sep 79 to Jan 81. Thereafter, the officer was chosen to fly the most modern fighter aircraft, the MiG-25.
He was appointed Commanding Officer of a frontline fighter Squadron on 24 Jun 85. Under his Command not only was the quantum of flying high, the quality was also of the highest order. The efficiency of the Squadron was well brought out during the DASI inspection of the unit in Aug 86 achieving "Average Plus" in air combat exercises. Setting a personal example of a high standard of flying, flight safety, sincerity of purpose, productive initiative and single minded devotion to duty, he motivated his colleagues and turned the Squadron into a potent and cohesive fighting force. During his Command the Squadron maintained zero human error accident incident record.
For his high standard of professionalism, leadership, devotion to duty, sincerity of purpose and productive initiative, the President is pleased to award Vayu Sena Medal to Wing Commander Jagdish Singh Grewal.
|Reference : Gazette of India dated 2nd April 1988 - No.24-Pres/88 dated 26th January 1988|