|Service No & Branch||1625 F(N) (Orig : GD(O))|
|Date of Birth: 27 Jan 1917||Commissioned 01 Aug 1940||Course: 4 OBS Course|
|Service End||Retired on 27 Jan 1972|
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|31 May 1941 -||Plt Offr||No.4 Flight (Coastal Defence)||Drigh Road||Renamed 6CDF|
|01 Oct 1941 -||Plt Offr||No.1 Flight (Coastal Defence)||Drigh Road|
|02 Mar 1942 - 30 Nov 1942||Plt Offr||No.4 Flight (Coastal Defence)||Vizag||Obs to 151 OTU|
|02 Apr 1949 - 25 Jan 1950||Wg Cdr||Royal Indian Air Force Selection Board||Dehradun||President|
|26 Jan 1950 - 01 Aug 1952||Wg Cdr||Indian Air Force Selection Board||Dehradun||President|
|20 Aug 1956 - 19 Apr 1959||Gp Capt||1 Base Repair Depot||Kanpur||Commanding Officer|
|25 Jan 1967 - 30 Jul 1971||AVM||National Defence College||Delhi||Senior Directing Staff (Air)|
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|Param Vishist Seva Medal|
|AVM||Dadi Ardeshir Mehta||1625 F(N)||Award Date 26 Jan 1972||Announced 26 Jan 1972|
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Air Vice Marshal Dadi Ardesh Mehta (1625) Flying Branch (Navigator) was posted as Senior Directing Staff (Air) at the National Defence College on 25 Jan 67 as a culmination of a distinguished career in the Indian Air Force.
With his intellectual bent of mind, Air Vice Marshal Mehta has made a significant contribution to the success of this young institution. Over the years, he has devoted all his energies to the onerous task of directing the individual and syndicate studies of the student officer undergoing the course at the College. His wide knowledge of Indian and International affairs and his uncanny grasp of changing world situation have enabled him to give of his best to this institution; and thereby made it possible for the student officers to derive the maximum possible benefit from their studies.
In spite of, and without regard to his rather indifferent health, Air Vice Marshal Mehta spared no pains in the planning meticulously the various tours undertaken by the student officers during the course. By his untiring efforts he ensured that the student officers saw and learnt as much as possible during the short time available to them.
Above all, Air Vice Marshal Mehta endeared himself to one and all, both student officers and staff, by his unassuming manners and affable disposition. He has been a great source of inspiration to all those who have passed through the portals of the National Defence College. He has thus rendered distinguished service of the most exceptional order.
|Reference : GoI19720126|