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Air Vice Marshal Tanmoy Roy

Service No & Branch 19332 MED MR-05659
Date of Birth: -- --- ---- Commissioned: 27 Jun 1987 Course:
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Promotions Gazetted
Flt Lt : 01 Jun 1988Sqn Ldr : 01 Jun 1993Acting Gp Capt : 12 Oct 2009Gp Capt : 19 Sep 2009
Acting Air Cmde : 15 Nov 2016Air Cmde : 18 Oct 2016Acting AVM : 20 Oct 2021AVM : 01 Sep 2021
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Notes:1)Branch is at retirement and may not match with branch at Commission 2)Notional seniority is reflected in dates of substantive rank.

Awards and Decorations

Number of Awards: 1
Vishist Seva Medal
Gp CaptTanmoy Roy19332 MEDAward Date 26 Jan 2012Announced 26 Jan 2012
Details : Group Captain Tanmoy Roy (19332) Medical was commissioned as a Medical Officer on 27 Jun 87. At present he holds the appointment of Senior Advisor in Surgery, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and is in charge of the Burns centre at Command Hospital Air Force Bangalore. The officer holds a degree of MCh, the highest degree in the field of surgery and has been training doctors of Army, Navy and Air Force to become surgeons since last 18 years. Over the last 21 years this gifted surgeon has conducted many complex, advanced and innovative surgeries which include treatment of debilitating trauma, complex birth defects of limbs, face and spine and saved the life of many burn victims with results at par with international standards. In the year 2001 he operated upon a large number of crush injury victims of the earthquake at Command Hospital Southern Command Pune. In 2002 during the demining operation (Op Parakram) he was deployed in Western Sector where he operated upon large number of soldiers. In recognition of his professional competence, ingenuity and conceptual abilities, he was tasked by Air Headquarters in the year 2005 to revise the establishment of all the hospital of the Indian Air Force, the first major revision since Independence, which he structured with distinction. He is also credited to have set up the first ever Burn Centre in the North East India in the year 2007 which has now become fully operational at Air Force Hospital Jorhat. In the year 2008, the officer was entrusted to plan the reorganisation of the three Rapid Action Medical Team (RAMT) of IAF, the first responders in national disasters to enable it to meet international commitment which he achieved with distinction. In the year 2009, this committed plastic surgeon evacuated a patient with 70% burn from Shillong to Bangalore on respiratory support, the longest trans-peninsular air evacuation and the life was saved. He has been earlier commended twice for his act in 2005 and 2007. The officer has made multiple contributions in different spheres of work, and has made the Air Force proud. For distinguished service of high order, Hon'ble President is pleased to award 'Vishisht Seva Medal' to Group Captain Tanmoy Roy.
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