30 Equipment Depot

Date Raised : 1967-01-01 Location : Mumbai
411 Air Force Station Mumbai -From No. 305 Maintenance Units, Royal Air Force in 1945, — holding aircraft spares at Cotton Green — Air Force Station Bombay was reestablished as No. 02 Equipment Depot (ED) in 1948, which in turn was redesignated as No. 22 ED, AirForce Station Bombay in 1964. Subsequently, in1967 an element of No. 22 ED was converted into No. 30 ED AF. The evolution took a step ahead on 07 Sep 1981, when No. 30 ED Air Force Station Bombay was bifurcated into two separate entities, 411 Air Force Station Bombay with Headquarters at Cotton Green and No. 30 ED AF with Headquarters at Santacruw. However, this Equipment Depot became a lodger Units of Airforce Station Mumbai on 10 Apr 1997.
Unit previously existed as 22 ED

Commanding Officers

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DatesRank & NameNumberRemarksLocationPhoto
23 Aug 85 to 30 Jun 88Wing Commander Sharad Kumar Chaturvedi8069 LGSCOCotton Green (Mumbai
01 Jul 88 to 10 May 91Wing Commander Vijay Krishna Seth9234 LGSCOCotton Green (Mumbai
15 Apr 93 to 30 Aug 96Group Captain Prakash Vishwanath Karapurkar11105 LGSCOCotton Green (Mumbai
31 Aug 96 to 24 Jul 00Wing Commander Vinay Kumar Kwatra13677 LGSCOCotton Green (Mumbai
25 Jul 00 to 29 Jun 03Wing Commander Brij Mohan Kumar Arora15359 LGSCOCotton Green (Mumbai
30 Jun 03 to 29 Jun 05Wing Commander Rajan Paradayil George15751 LGSCOCotton Green (Mumbai
30 Jun 05 to 28 Oct 06Wing Commander Kalvakuntla Shekhar Reddy17774 LGSCOCotton Green (Mumbai

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