Awards for the year 1968


A total of 38 Awards are listed.
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Param Vishist Seva Medal
AVM Shivdev Singh 1595 F(P)Unit : WAC  Award Date 26 Jan 68 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details : AOC-in-C WAC
Reference: Gazette of India : No.20 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Param Vishist Seva Medal
AVM Om Prakash Mehra 1639 F(P)Unit : MC  Award Date 26 Jan 68 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details : AOC-in-C MC
Reference: Gazette of India : No.20 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Kirti Chakra
Cpl Sukumar Ghosh 231479 ORUnit : 4 Sqn  Award Date 09 Nov 66 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

On 9th November 1966, at about 1030 hours, an operational fighter trainer aircraft with two pilots on board crashed while making an emergency landing at one of the forward airfields. Corporal Sukumar Ghosh was working in the dispersal area at that time rushed towards the aircraft. When he reached the scene, the fire had already started to spread. Unmindful of his personal safety, he first rescued the injured pilot in the burning rear cockpit. He then went forward to the front cockpit, and with the assistance of another airman, successfully unstrapped the injured and semi unconscious pilot and carried him out of the cockpit. He then went back to the front cockpit to salvage the parachutes out of the burning wreckage. By this time the rear cockpit was fully engulfed by flames. Despite this, he entered the front cockpit for the second time to salvage the parachutes. It is only when he was ordered by his officers present on the spot to desist from making further efforts that he gave up the attempt most reluctantly

Throughout, Corporal Sukumar Ghosh displayed exemplary courage and initiative.


On 9 Nov 66, Cpl Ghosh observed a MiG-21 U fighter-trainer crash and catch fire on the runway of the airfield. he immediately ran to the scene and rescued the injured pilot from the rear seat unmindful of his own safety. Then he carried the pilot from the front seat in an injured and semi conscious state to a place of safety. Both the pilots recovered safely later on.

Reference: Gazette of India , 6th April 1968 - No.24 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Ati Vishist Seva Medal
AVM Madhukar Mallanah Shrinagesh 1665 MEDUnit : -N.A.- Award Date 26 Jan 68 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :
Citation Not Available
Reference: Gazette of India : No.21 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Ati Vishist Seva Medal
AVM Chaman Lal Mehta 1630 ADMUnit : -N.A.- Award Date 26 Jan 68 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :
Citation Not Available
Reference: Gazette of India : No.21 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Ati Vishist Seva Medal
AVM Madhukar Laxman Akut 1752 GD(N)Unit : -N.A.- Award Date 26 Jan 68 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :
Citation Not Available
Reference: Gazette of India : No.21 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Ati Vishist Seva Medal
AVM Charan Das Guru Devasher 1867 GD(P)Unit : -N.A.- Award Date 26 Jan 68 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :
Citation Not Available
Reference: Gazette of India : No.21 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Shaurya Chakra
Flt Lt Rajendra Narain Pandeya 7676 GD(P)Unit : -N.A.- Award Date 03 Mar 66 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

On 3rd March 1966, Aijal, the headquarters of Mizo District, was surrounded by hostiles and it became essential to rush reinforcements there. Despite the fact that the hostiles had taken up positions very close to Aijal helipad and all bridges had been destroyed, Flight Lieutenant Rajendra Narayan Pandeya led a force of helicopters to land troops knowing fully well that It would be an easy target for the hostiles' guns. On reaching Aijal, one of the helicopters was hit by hostile fire whereupon they were recalled to base. On the next day, he again took off and landed troops at Aijal which turned the tide of operations against the hostiles. Since then, he had been engaged in active flying in the sector airlifting troops and equipment and evacuating casualties and civilians.

Throughout, Flight Lieutenant Rajendra Narayan Pandeya displayed courage and determination.

Reference: Gazette of India , 6th April 1968 - No.28 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Shaurya Chakra
Flt Lt Mohammed Raza Shirazi 7705 GD(P)Unit : 18 Sqn  Award Date 31 Jan 67 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

On 31st January 1967, the fuel in an aircraft caught fire during servicing operations. The airmen engaged in servicing raised an alarm and the fire fighting operations were immediately commenced. Flight Lieutenant Mohamed Raza Shirazi joined the group of men trying to extinguish the fire and took a leading part. He climbed on the main-plane of the burning aircraft at great risk and directed the nozzle of the fire fighting hose Into the Plenum chamber. The timely action prevented the fire which further, otherwise would have engulfed and destroyed the whole aircraft.

Flight Lieutenant Mohamed Raza Shirazi displayed courage and leadership.

Reference: Gazette of India , 6th April 1968 - No.28 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Shaurya Chakra
Sgt Sani Desing Deverajan 202852 ORUnit : TTW Begumpet  Award Date 03 Feb 67 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

On 3rd February 1967, two Flight Cadets were authorized to carry out circuits and landings in a Dakota aircraft at a Transport Training Wing. Sergeant Seni Desingh Devarajan, NCO in charge of the crash crew on duty, saw the aircraft swinging off the runway on its take off run. Anticipating a crash, he alerted his crew and reached the spot immediately. Both the engines of the aircraft had fallen off from the mountings and one of them which was on fire was very near the aircraft. Disregarding his personal safety, Sergeant Devarajan entered the crashed aircraft. The nose section was completely broken and both the flight cadets were trapped in their seats. With great care, he, with the help of another airman extricated the two cadets from the aircraft within minutes. His prompt action was to a large extent responsible for saving the life of one of the cadets; the other cadet succumbed to his injuries.

In this action, Sergeant Seni Deslngh Devarajan displayed cool courage and initiative.

Reference: Gazette of India , 6th April 1968 - No.28 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Shaurya Chakra
Flt Lt Minoo Vania 5508 ADMUnit : Para Training School  Award Date 17 Feb 67 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

On 17th February 1967, Flight Lieutenant Minoo Vania was on a paratrooping sortie, when he was informed by the Captain of the aircraft that a “hang up” had occurred in the aircraft flying ahead. He saw the dangling paratrooper released about 4.5 miles from the dropping zone. Apprehending that the paratrooper was probably injured by being buffeted against the aircraft fuselage and would sustain further Injuries during landing and would not get any immediate medical aid because of the inaccessible terrain, Flight Lieutenant Vania requested his Captain to drop him in that area. On landing by parachute, he found the paratrooper bleeding profusely from the right wrist where the hand had been completely severed. He managed to stop bleeding and nursed him till medical assistance became available after about 40 minutes. But for his timely help, the paratrooper would probably not have been saved.

Flight Lieutenant Minoo Vania displayed courage and Initiative.

Reference: Gazette of India , 6th April 1968 - No.28 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vayu Sena Medal
Gp Capt Jagdish Rai Bhasin 3591 GD(P)Unit : 45 Sqn  Award Date Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

Group Captain (then Wing Commander) Jagdish Raj Bhasin was in command of a Squadron from April 1966 to May 1967. He was entrusted with, the stewardship of the Squadron at the time of its re­equipment with a new type of aircraft. The primary task of the Squadron was to train the pilots to use this new type of aircraft. For this purpose he, despite many difficulties, marshalled all the resources at his disposal with utmost speed and carried out the task successfully by working about twelve hours a day. During his stay in the Squadron, he introduced effective steps for flight safety.

Throughout, Group Captain Jagdish Raj Bhasin displayed professional skill and exceptional devotion to duty in the best traditions of the Indian Air Force.

Reference: Gazette of India dated 8th June 1968 - No.35 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vayu Sena Medal
Gp Capt Jaspal Singh 2451 GD(P)Unit : 12 Wing  Award Date Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

As Commander of a Bomber Squadron, Group Captain Jaspal Singh led his Squadron in a commendable manner, winning many a laurel in inter­Squadron armament competitions. For five years he was connected with the Flight Safety Organisation at Air Headquarters and by his organising ability and sound technical knowledge implemented various plans. As Commander of a large multi­role station, he has successfully tackled many complex operational, training, maintenance and administrative problems. He has flown over 4000 hours without a blemish.

Throughout, Group Captain Jaspal Singh displayed professional skill and exceptional devotion to duty in the best traditions of the Indian Air Force.

Reference: Gazette of India dated 8th June 1968 - No.35 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vayu Sena Medal
Wg Cdr Malcolm Shirley Dundas Wollen 3641 GD(P)Unit : 28 Sqn  Award Date Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

Wing Commander Malcolm Shirley Dundas Wollen was in command of an Interceptor Squadron re-equipped with a new type of aircraft. The squadron, besides its role of interception, had to undertake conversion training of a number of pilots. Wing Commander Wollen with great perseverance and fortitude fulfilled the task by continuously supervising the unit. The syllabus of training prepared by him for conversion of his squadron personnel has been accepted in the Air Force as a standard syllabus. During the conflict with Pakistan, Wing Commander Wollen, undertook several operational sorties both by day and night for intercepting enemy aircraft despite various limitations and adverse conditions.

Throughout, Wing Commander Malcolm Shirley Dundas Wollen displayed professional skill and exceptional devotion to duty.

Reference: Gazette of India dated 8th June 1968 - No.35 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vayu Sena Medal
Wg Cdr Mohan Inder Singh 4219 GD(P)Unit : Air HQ and Comm  Award Date Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

Wing Commander Mohan Inder Singh has been intimately associated with the introduction of the HS-748 aircraft in operations with the Air Force. The level of efficiency at which the present force of HS-748 aircraft operates in the squadron is mainly due to his professional skill, foresight and good planning. While he was in command of this squadron, he effected smooth changeover to modern turbo­jet aircraft for VlP communication duties. He ensured the highest standard of flight safety required in the communication squadron for air transportation of VIPs. He has a total of about 6990 flying hours to his credit his credit.

Throughout, Wing Commander Mohan Inder Singh displayed professional skill and exceptional devotion to duty in the best traditions of the Indian Air Force.

Reference: Gazette of India dated 8th June 1968 - No.35 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vayu Sena Medal
Wg Cdr Jasmer Singh Dhanoa 4428 GD(P)Unit : -N.A.- Award Date Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

Wing Commander Jasmer Singh Dhanoa has recently taken over command of a Transport Squadron. He undertook various missions in the eastern region from 1953 to 1955 and, thereafter, served as an Instructor in a transport training wing and as Flight Commander in the VIP flights of Air Headquarters Communication Squadron. He has an accident free record of over 6000 hours of flying

Throughout, Wing Commander Jasmer Singh Dhanoa displayed professional skill and exceptional devotion to duty in the best traditions of the Indian Air Force.

Reference: Gazette of India dated 8th June 1968 - No.35 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vayu Sena Medal (Gallantry)
Sqn Ldr Rajinder Pal Singh 4256 GD(P)Unit : -N.A.- Award Date Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

Squadron Leader Rajinder Pal Singh has been actively associated with operational flying since 1952. He has to his credit a total of 6700 flying hours which included 2300 hours in operational areas and over difficult terrain under adverse weather conditions. During the conflict with Pakistan in 1965, his squadron was faced with enormously increased operational tasks. As a flight commander of his squadron, he undertook the tasks courageously and completed them exceptionally well. In addition to his own duties, he took an active part in carrying out the conversion- training of newly posted pilots and screening them for operational flights.

Throughout, Squadron Leader Rajinder Pal Singh displayed professional skill, courage and devotion to duty.

Reference: Gazette of India dated 8th June 1968 - No.35 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vayu Sena Medal (Gallantry)
Sqn Ldr Kshirode Krishna Sen 4495 GD(P)Unit : -N.A.- Award Date Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

Squadron Leader Kshirode Krishna Sen has flown a total of nearly 3500 hours which includes 250 hours on single engined aircraft during night and 1600 hours on instructional duties. On the 10th March 1962, while an instructional duties on an aircraft, he found that the ailerons had jammed and the aircraft went into a spiral. He skillfully managed to get the ailerons free by inducing excessive skid and rocking motion and this saved the aircraft and precious lives. He displayed similar remarkable skill in saving a Hunter aircraft when it was hit by a bird. Once again, he showed remarkable professional skill in saving a Vampire aircraft when there was rear bearing failure during a cross country flight.

Throughout, Squadron Leader Kshirode Krishna Sen displayed professional skill courage and devotion to duty.

Reference: Gazette of India dated 8th June 1968 - No.35 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vayu Sena Medal (Gallantry)
Sqn Ldr Eric Lionel Allen 4582 GD(P)Unit : 108 Sqn  Award Date Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

When both the Squadron Leader and the Flight Commander of a Squadron were killed in a fatal flying accident in July 1965, Squadron Leader Eric Lionel Allen took over the command of the Squadron. By working from dawn to dusk and at times even during the night, he successfully completed the task of operational training of the pilots in the Squadron, within a very short time. During the conflict with Pakistan in 1965, he undertook several difficult missions. In addition to the duties of Squadron Commander, he performed the duties of Officer-in-Charge of Flying at an airfield for a period of 15 months.

Throughout, Squadron Leader Eric Lionel Allen displayed courage and devotion to duty.

Reference: Gazette of India dated 8th June 1968 - No.35 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vayu Sena Medal (Gallantry)
Sqn Ldr Narinder Singh Arora 4983 GD(P)Unit : 44 Sqn  Award Date Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

Squadron Leader Narinder Singh Arora has been on the strength of a transport squadron since October 1966. He has flown a total of 4600 hours including 2200 hours over Jammu and Kashmir and NEFA areas. He has always volunteered for any new tasks that were assigned to the squadron and accomplished them. On the 30th April 1960, when his aircraft had an engine failure during a sortie in the Ladakh area, he took proper collective action immediately and brought the aircraft safely to base without any damage to Service property or injury to the crew.

Throughout, Squadron Leader Narinder Singh Arora displayed professional skill and exceptional devotion to duty.

Reference: Gazette of India dated 8th June 1968 - No.35 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vayu Sena Medal (Gallantry)
Sqn Ldr Shrinivas Prahlad Desai 5005 GD(P)Unit : 43 Sqn  Award Date Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

Squadron Leader Shrinivas Prahlad Desai was posted to a squadron in June 1967, which was called upon to undertake the difficult task of air maintenance for the North East Frontier Agency. He, along with a handful of his colleagues, carried out the pioneering work of classifying all the dropping zones despite adverse weather conditions. He flew 104 hours on operational tasks of air maintenance and also trained many pilots in supply dropping techniques. On the 27th July 1967, Squadron Leader Desai was called upon to undertake a supply dropping mission to an isolated post located in an extremely difficult mountainous region at a height of 10,700 feet. He undertook this sortie with full knowledge of the difficulties involved. After carrying out a most accurate pin-point drop in the first run, over the tiny dropping zone, he made another circuit for subsequent drop when the port engine of the aircraft suddenly failed and the aircraft started losing height rapidly. Faced with great danger, he had to crash land the aircraft in the mountainous terrain and in doing so lost his life along with three other aircrew.

Throughout, Squadron Leader Shrinivas Prahlad Desai displayed courage and devotion to duty.

Reference: Gazette of India dated 8th June 1968 - No.35 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vayu Sena Medal (Gallantry)
Sqn Ldr Conjeevaram Rajaratnam Mohanraj 5611 AE(M)Unit : AEB  Award Date Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

Squadron Leader Conjeevaram Rajaratnam Mohanraj took up flying as a Flight Engineer in early 1963 when he was posted to a transport squadron in Jammu and Kashmir. Although new to his job, he worked steadfastly to master operational flying and techniques and from his experience a number of data were formulated for the safe operation of the transport aircraft of the squadron in Jammu and Kashmir. During his short career, he has flown about 2000 hours which include a number of sorties in hazardous areas. Once, his aircraft caught fire during ground testing due to mechanical defects. With complete disregard of his personal safety he got the cargo in the aircraft unloaded and also the other aircraft parked nearby removed to a safe place and, thereafter, opened the engine panels of his aircraft and saved it from burning by draining out engine oil from the crank case.

Throughout, Squadron Leader Conjeevaram Rajaratnam Mohanraj displayed courage and devotion to duty.

Reference: Gazette of India dated 8th June 1968 - No.35 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vayu Sena Medal (Gallantry)
Flt Lt Ravindra Sahai 5861 GD(P)Unit : -N.A.- Award Date Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

Flight Lieutenant Ravindra Sahai has been flying in the Assam area since 1961. He has flown a total of 3800 hours. During the period of his service with a squadron, he had three engine failures in the treacherous valleys of NEFA, but on each occasion he managed to land the aircraft safely by exceptional flying skill and masterly handling. At present he is in a transport squadron. In this squadron also he experienced two engine failures, but he displayed presence of mind and flying skill in safe landing his aircraft.

Throughout, Flight Lieutenant Ravindra Sahai displayed professional skill and exceptional devotion to duty.

Reference: Gazette of India dated 8th June 1968 - No.35 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vayu Sena Medal
Flt Lt Krishnamurthy Srinivasan 5085 GD(N)Unit : AEB  Award Date Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

Squadron Leader Krsihnamurti Srinivasan has been on the strength of the Aircrew Examining Board as Navigation Examiner Leader since 1963. He has all along discharged his duties exceptionally well and has always met the demands for additional tasks beyond the normal call of duty. He has flown 4800 hours including those as an instructor on different types of transport aircraft. He was engaged in the task of categorisation, of navigators, instructors and pupils. Squadron Leader Srinivasan implemented the set tasks and enhanced the categorisation state by careful planning and hard work. He has been responsible for re­orientation of categorisation and increasing it to a very high percentage.

Throughout, Squadron Leader Krishnamurti Srinivasan displayed professional skill and exceptional devotion to duty,

Reference: Gazette of India dated 8th June 1968 - No.35 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vayu Sena Medal (Gallantry)
Flt Lt Tushar Sen 6006 GD(P)Unit : 23 Sqn  Award Date Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

Flight Lieutenant Tushar Sen has been serving with an interceptor Squadron. He is one of the most experienced pilots on this type of aircraft and has flown 600 sorties. On many occasions, he had to cope with serious emergencies but each time he brought the aircraft down safely. Once, when all wheels of his aircraft did not come down, and when any normal pilot would have been justified in abandoning the aircraft in such a situation, he, with courage and determination, brought the aircraft back safely on two wheels. On another occasion, when his longitudinal control failed at a low height, he successfully landed the aircraft. He flew a number of sorties in 1965 operations to provide air defence.

Throughout, Flight Lieutenant Tushar Sen displayed professional, skill courage and devotion to duty.

Reference: Gazette of India dated 8th June 1968 - No.35 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vayu Sena Medal
MWO James Couts Lorine 17940 ORUnit : -N.A.- Award Date Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

Master Warrant Officer James Coutts Lorine has been serving with a Transport Squadron. In the absence of the armament officer for flight gunnery duties, he also took up the duties of the flight gunnery leader. While working as a flight gunnery leader he kept the training state and the operational status of the gunners at a high degree of efficiency with his efficient management and administrative ability. He also took the initiative in improving various techniques of safe loading and unloading in the shortest possible time resulting in quick turn round of aircraft. He has flown 3500 hours out of which more than 1000 hours have been in operational areas.

Throughout, Master Warrant Officer James Coutts Lorine displayed professional skill and exceptional devotion to duty.

Reference: Gazette of India dated 8th June 1968 - No.35 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vayu Sena Medal
MWO Sadhashiv Panduran Thatte 20087 ORUnit : 44 Sqn  Award Date Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

Master Signaller Sadashiv Pandurang Thatte has been working with a Transport Squadron since January 1964. He has flown a total of more than 6000 hours out of which about 2400 hours have been in Jammu and Kashmir and NEFA areas. As a Flight Signaller, he has made a considerable contribution towards the achievements of the Squadron.

Throughout, Master Signaller Sadashiv Pandurang Thatte displayed professional skill and exceptional devotion to duty.

Reference: Gazette of India dated 8th June 1968 - No.35 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vayu Sena Medal (Gallantry)
WO Rangappa Rangaswamy 400372 ORUnit : 44 Sqn  Award Date Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :

Warrant Officer Rangappa Rangaswamy has been serving with a Transport Squadron since 1961. He has flown a total of about 4000 hours out of which about 2100 hours were in Jammu and Kashmir and NEFA. He was one of the pioneers who were detailed to airlift cargo to Chushul during the Chinese aggression. He has subsequently been employed on many occasions to airlift cargo to forward areas. On the 3rd June 1962, while on a supply dropping mission the transporters got stuck and rendered the supply drop impossible. The cargo which was hanging precariously from the aircraft prevented closing of the rear cargo doors. Realising the situation, he operated the transporter motor manually and ejected the whole load.

Throughout, Warrant Officer Rangappa Rangaswamy displayed professional skill, courage and devotion to duty.

Reference: Gazette of India dated 8th June 1968 - No.35 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vishist Seva Medal
Wg Cdr Ganendra Mukherjii 3781 ENGUnit : -N.A.- Award Date 26 Jan 68 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :
Citation Not Available
Reference: Gazette of India, 6th April 1968 - No.22 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vishist Seva Medal
Sqn Ldr Subbiah Murugan 5252 TECHUnit : -N.A.- Award Date 26 Jan 68 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :
Citation Not Available
Reference: Gazette of India, 6th April 1968 - No.22 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vishist Seva Medal
Sqn Ldr Chitteilemcherry Pathivil Karunakaran Menon 5350 SIGSUnit : -N.A.- Award Date 26 Jan 68 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :
Citation Not Available
Reference: Gazette of India, 6th April 1968 - No.22 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vishist Seva Medal
Flt Lt Arvind Rutuparna Vaidya 6581 ARMTUnit : -N.A.- Award Date 26 Jan 68 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details :
Citation Not Available
Reference: Gazette of India, 6th April 1968 - No.22 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vishist Seva Medal
F/Sgt Kishori Lal 3517 ORUnit : -N.A.- Award Date 26 Jan 68 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details : Elect 1
Reference: Gazette of India, 6th April 1968 - No.22 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vishist Seva Medal
F/Sgt Jacob John 25871 ORUnit : -N.A.- Award Date 26 Jan 68 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details : Fitter 1
Reference: Gazette of India, 6th April 1968 - No.22 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vishist Seva Medal
Sgt Jyotirmoy Neogi 203471 ORUnit : -N.A.- Award Date 26 Jan 68 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details : Fitter I
Reference: Gazette of India, 6th April 1968 - No.22 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vishist Seva Medal
Sgt Baldev Singh Plaha 204631 ORUnit : -N.A.- Award Date 26 Jan 68 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details : Fitter IIA
Reference: Gazette of India, 6th April 1968 - No.22 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vishist Seva Medal
Sgt Tipuvannamalai Srinivasa Gopalakrishna 209057 ORUnit : -N.A.- Award Date 26 Jan 68 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details : Electrical I
Reference: Gazette of India, 6th April 1968 - No.22 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

Vishist Seva Medal
Sgt Ramakrishna Janakiram Gosawi 400407 ORUnit : -N.A.- Award Date 26 Jan 68 Announced 26 Jan 68
Details : Fitter IIA
Reference: Gazette of India, 6th April 1968 - No.22 - Pres/68 dated 26th January 1968 

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