|Date of Birth:||01 Oct 1929|
|Date Commissioned||16 Jun 1951||Course||55 Course|
|Service End||Retired on 30 Sep 1987 / Died on 16 Mar 2016|
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|12 Apr 1979 - 11 Apr 1981||Air Cmde||12 Wing||Chandigarh||AOC|
|13 Apr 1981 - 25 Jun 1983||AVM||Air Force Academy||Dundigal||Cmdt|
|-||Air Mshl||Training Command||Bangalore||SASO|
|01 Dec 1986 - 30 Sep 1987||Air Mshl||Southern Air Command||Trivandrum||AOC-in-C|
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|Vayu Sena Medal|
|Wg Cdr||Rajagopal Sriramulu Naidu||4090 F(P)||Award Date||Announced 26 Jan 1972|
|Details :|| |
Wing Commander Rajagopal Shriramulu Naidu took over the command of an operational squadron in April, 1970. The squadron was faced with a number of maintenance problems and at the same time was allotted a significant increase in its flying task. By intelligent planning, hard work and effective supervision, Wing Commander Naidu ensured the completion of the allotted task. In addition to this, he was assigned the task of planning and execution of certain exercises and displays. In this also, he showed excellent results. He has a total of 8,125 hours of flying to his credit, of which more than 1,000 hours have been by night. He is also a very successful flying instructor.
|Reference : Gazette of India dated 12th May 1973 - No.28 - Pres/73 dated 26th January 1972|
|Ati Vishist Seva Medal|
|Air Marshal||Rajagopal Sriramulu Naidu||4090 F(P)||Award Date 26 Jan 1987||Announced 26 Jan 1987|
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Air Marshal Rajgopal Sriramulu Naidu Flying (Pilot), presently Senior Air Staff Officer, Headquarter Training Command, was commissioned on 16 June, 1951. Selected to do the prestigious Flying Instructors Course as a young officer, he attained a very high standard in ground as well as flying. He served as the Naval Air AttachÃƒÂ© in Bangkok for a period three years.
On promotion to the rank of Air Commodore, he was Command of a prestigious Transport Wing. On appointment as Commandant, Air Force Academy in the rank of Air Vice Marshal, the Air Officer brought about improvements not only in the maintenance and training, but also in the quality of flying. During his tenure, the rate was one of the lowest and flight safety record amongst the best.
He was the first Air Officer to be selected to the prestigious appointment of Military Secretary to the President of India. His honesty, integrity and devotion to duty brought him very close not only to the President's aides and Secretariat but also the civil dignitaries in the Ministries. During this tenure, he was promoted to the rank of Air Marshal and yet retained by the President as Military Secretary for quite some time. This speaks highly of his credibility with the President.
Currently as Senior Air Staff Officer at HQ Training Command, he has initiated significant changes towards meeting the deadline set for achieving of assigned tasks, without compromising quality. He has encouraged extensive use of modern audioÃ‚Âvisual aids and computers, thus matching the training to the demands of high technology of present day Air Force.
The intellectual brilliance, integrity, dedication and high leadership qualities make Air Marshal RS Naidu as an asset to the Air Force. He has never compromised standards and produced consistently excellent record of performance in all his appointments. Air Marshal RS Naidu has, thus, rendered distinguished service of the most exceptional order.
|Reference : GoI19870126|