|Service No & Branch||7485 F(N)|
|Date of Birth: -- --- --||Commissioned: 22 Jun 1963||Course: 24 NAV Course|
|Service End:||Retired on 30 Jun 2000|
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|14 Oct 1985 - 05 Nov 1987||Gp Capt||AFS Suryalanka||Suryalanka||Station Commander|
|26 Nov 1987 - 30 Nov 1988||Gp Capt||26 Wing||Thane||Station Commander|
|03 Jan 1992 - 09 Jan 1994||Air Cmde||AFS New Delhi||Race Course||Air Officer Commanding|
|- 30 Nov 1999||AVM||South Western Air Command||Gandhinagar||Senior Officer-in-charge Administration|
|01 Feb 1996 - 09 Jul 1998||AVM||Eastern Air Command||Shillong||Senior Officer-in-charge Administration|
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|Flt Lt||Harbans Perminder Singh||7485 F(N)||Award Date||Announced 26 Jan 1972|
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During the operations against Pakistan in December, 1971, Flight Lieutenant Harbans Perminder Singh was serving with a Bomber Squadron. On the 5th December, 1971, he was detailed on a mission to raid an enemy airfield. The route to target involved deep penetration into enemy territory having adequate radar coverage. The target itself was well defended with enemy fighters and ack-ack. He reached the target and bombed it with accuracy. He also successfully completed six other missions allotted to him.
Throughout, Flight Lieutenant Harbans Perminder Singh displayed gallantry, professional skill and devotion to duty of a high order.
|Unit : 5 Sqn|
|Reference : Gazette of India , 29th July 1972 - No.92 - Pres/72 dated 18th July 1972|
|Vishist Seva Medal|
|Wg Cdr||Harbans Perminder Singh||7485 F(N)||Award Date 26 Jan 1985||Announced 26 Jan 1985|
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Wing Commander Harbans Perminder Singh assumed the command of a missile squadron on 19 April 82. He has flown over 4700 hrs on transport and bomber aircraft. For his active participation during the 1971 IndoPak conflict, he was awarded Vir Chakra.
Immediately, on taking over the command of the unit, he set about the task of reorienting the squadron with the clear aim of making it operationally viable. The terrain of operation, being uneven and sandy, movement of heavy trailers and vehicles was difficult. He realised the compelling necessity of operating the combat flights from their operational sites. To achieve this task, he carried out detailed reconnaissance and, exercising initiative and resourcefulness, carried out a large number of mobility exercises. The new methods and innovations devised by him to improve operational mobility were highly appreciated.
Under his dynamic leadership and professional guidance, the squadron acquitted itself very creditably during all inspections and exercises. The operational status of the unit, viz. the functioning of the squadron, its training, upkeep of equipment, specialist and common user vehicles, is commendable. His squadron performed exceedingly well in the Air Defence Exercises and proved its combat worthiness.
The officer is highly service-oriented, selfmotivated and totally dedicated to the cause of the Air Force. He stands out as a dynamic commander with an enthusiastic approach to all intricate problems and is always willing to shoulder any responsibility, however onerous it may be.
For his selfless devotion to duty, resourcefulness in tackling operational problems, diligence and dedicated application to all service matters, the President is pleased to award Vishisht Seva Medal to Wing Commander Harbans Perminder Singh.
|Unit : 2209 Sqn|
|Reference : GoI19850126|