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|Date of Birth:||19 Nov 1943|
|Date Commissioned||18 Apr 1964||Course||87 Course|
|Service End||Retired on 31 Dec 1999|
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|05 Jan 1981 - 15 Jun 1983||Wg Cdr||No.30 Squadron||Tezpur||Commanding Officer|
|- 16 Aug 1998||AVM||Maintenance Command||Nagpur||Senior Air & Administration Staff Officer|
|18 Aug 1998 - 31 Dec 1999||AVM||Air Head Quarters||Delhi||Assistant Chief of Air Staff, Plans|
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|Vishist Seva Medal|
|Wg Cdr||Man Mohan Sehgal||8390 F(P)||Award Date 26 Jan 1984||Announced 26 Jan 1984|
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Wing Commander Man Mohan Sehgal (8390) Flying (Pilot) was commissioned in the Air Force on 18 Apr 64. An above average fighter pilot, he is a fighter combat leader and Graduate of Defence Services Staff College. Wg Cdr MM Sehgal selected to command a MiG Squadron which was performing the role of operational Training Unit. Under his able leadership, the squadron was able to bag the following distinctions during the past year: a. Supersonic squadron of the year in the IAF. b. Best categorized supersonic squadron in the IAF. c. Eastern Air Command Gunnery Meet Championship. d. Champion in all the games in the inter-unit sports championship at the Air Force Station.
The sense of duty and professional competence of the officer had a lot to do with the squadron's winning the above laurels. For the distinguished service that he has rendered in the past year, the President is pleased to award Vishisht Seva Medal to Wg Cdr MM Sehgal.
|Unit : 30 Sqn|
|Reference : GoI19840126|
|Ati Vishist Seva Medal|
|AVM||Man Mohan Sehgal||8390 F(P)||Award Date 26 Jan 2000||Announced 26 Jan 2000|
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Air Vice Marshal Man Mohan Sehgal, VSM (8390-F) F (P), commissioned on 18 Apr 64 and with 2578 hours of accident free fighter flying, has held numerous Command and Staff appointments with distinction. He is a fighter combat leader, a graduate of DSSC and has undergone the Higher Command course. Consecutively for two years, the Squadron that he commanded was declared 'Best Supersonic Sqn' of the IAF. He encountered successfully the threat from subversive elements and yet maintained high state of operational preparedness when commanding both Amritsar (including a short stint at Trincomalee) and Srinagar which had a lot to do with his superior leadership, managerial skills, innovative approach and administrative ability.
As SAASO, HQ MC, IAF he contributed immensely by innovative approach of personally directing Ã¢â‚¬Å“Nodal Point Works Conferences" on a regional basis, which paid rich dividends. His directional ability and firm attitude brought about minimum rate of 2Ã‚Âwheeler accidents and the least outstanding movements in the year 1997-98. He was not only largely instrumental in compilation of an excellent book on Ã¢â‚¬Å“Protocol & Quality of life" but also, introduced numerous innovative measures to enhance the quality of life through out the Command.
He is presently posted as ACAS (Plans) w.e.f. 17 Aug 98, a job that has an unlimited canvas and is extremely demanding. In a short span of time with no previous experience in the Plans Branch, he has acquired the highest levels of requisite job skills beyond all expectations. He has introduced regular interÃ‚Âbranch coordination/integration interactions on an organised scale leading to expeditious processing of various projects. His excellent communication skills and flair for liaison with various agencies has further contributed to hastening of on going schemes. The officer was most actively involved in promptly responding to all war equipment requirements during the Kargil operations. His infectious work ethos, excellent monitoring and feed back system, positive attitude, intellectual honesty, being oblivious of long working hours and unquestionable loyalty and integrity are hallmarks of his personality. He belongs to that breed of officers who always leave a void wherever they have worked, since the standard they set for themselves and the atmosphere of cordiality and commitment they engender are difficult to replace and replicate for sheer quality.
By his selfless devotion to duty, ingenuity, resourcefulness, remarkable foresight and vision, wholehearted involvement and exceptional administrative and planning acumen, Air Vice Marshal Man Mohan Sehgal, VSM has rendered distinguished service of an exceptionally high order. AVSM 2000
|Reference : GoI20000126|