|Service No & Branch||5858 F(P)|
|Date of Birth: -- --- --||Commissioned: 28 May 1960||Course: 77 Course||Entry Mode : NDA|
|Service End:||Retired on 30 Jun 1995 Superannuated|
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|10 Apr 1979 - 29 Apr 1980||Wg Cdr||10 Forward Base Support Unit||Bhaisana (Bhatinda)||Station Commander|
|29 Sep 1987 - 21 Apr 1990||Air Cmde||16 Wing||Hashimara||Air Officer Commanding|
|-||AVM||Air Head Quarters||Delhi||Director (Works)|
|21 Jun 1993 - 30 Jun 1995||AVM||Maritime Air Operations||Bombay||Air Officer Commanding|
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|Mention in Despatches|
|Flt Lt||Ajai Kumar Brahmawar||5858 GD(P)||Award Date||Announced 26 Jan 1966|
|Details :||Citation / Details Not Available|
|Unit : 1 Sqn|
|Reference : Gazette of India , 5th November 1966 - No.77 - Pres/66 dated 27th October 1966|
|Vayu Sena Medal (Gallantry)|
|Sqn Ldr||Ajai Kumar Brahmawar||5858 F(P)||Award Date||Announced 26 Jan 1972|
|Details :|| |
During the operations against Pakistan in December, 1971, Squadron Leader Ajai Kumar Brahmawar was serving with a Fighter Squadron. He was responsible for bringing the Squadron to a high state of operational readiness. He flew twenty-six operational missions in the form of combat air patrol, escort and interception. It was because of his personal example that the Squadron flew 55 to 60 sorties every day irrespective of weather conditions, in pitch dark nights and at low altitude in the vicinity of hilly areas without any mishap.
Throughout, Squadron Leader Ajai Kumar Brahmawar displayed courage, professional skill, leadership and devotion to duty.
|Unit : 1 Sqn|
|Reference : Gazette of India dated 7th October 1972 - No.108 - Pres/72 dated 23rd September 1972|
|Ati Vishist Seva Medal|
|Air Cmde||Ajai Kumar Brahmawar||5858 F(P)||Award Date 26 Jan 1990||Announced 26 Jan 1990|
|Details :|| |
Air Commodore Ajai Kumar Brahmawar VM (5858) Flying (Pilot) took over the command of an Operational Wing on 29 Sep 87 and set himself the task of bringing and maintaining the Wing at the highest state of operational readiness. Due to his continued and inexhaustible effort, the Wing has had many achievements in the last two years. During the period of two years the Wing has achieved a zero Cat 1 accident rate and the total accident rate is only 2.81 against the limit of 3.0. This is noteworthy as a substantial portion of the flying carried out by the two squadrons on the Wing involves operational training on young pilots. In addition, the wing flies one of the oldest combat aircraft, the Badals. The Wing also won the EAC Trophy for the Best Maintained Wing for the year 1988-89 and for the Best Administered Wing in 1988-89.
A very close rapport exists between the Wing and the Army formations nearby, largely due to untiring efforts of Air Cmde Brahmawar. The Army Aviation Flight located at Hasimara has been fully integrated with the Air Force and inter service relation is extremely cordial. With his keen interest in all welfare activities Air Cmde Brahmawar has not only raised the morale of all station personnel but has also improved the overall operational efficiency.
Air Cmde Brahmawar is an experienced fighter pilot and Pilot Attack Instructor who has held many important assignments with great credit, notable among them, Air 1 South Western Air Command, Team Leader Air Force Training Team in Iraq and Station Commander of two operational bases.
Air Cmde Ajai Kumar Brahmawar has thus rendered distinguished service of exceptional order.
|Reference : GoI19900126|