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On this day we remember the following 26 martyrs who sacrificed their lives in various operations: Sep Amar Singh (16008) Jammu & Kashmir Infantry () , 2Lt A G Raut (EC-51728) Maratha Light Infantry (1965 India Pakistan War) , Sigmn Babu Ram (6284779) Corps Of Signals (1965 India Pakistan War) , Maj S N Bhatnagar (IC-14083) Rajput Regiment (1965 India Pakistan War) , Lnk Baghavan Dass (2646285) Madras Regiment (1965 India Pakistan War) , Lnk Gurmel Singh (3353717) Sikh Regiment (1965 India Pakistan War) , Gnr Jaipal Singh (1174714) Regiment Of Artillery (1965 India Pakistan War) , Gnr Daya Ram (1199046) Regiment Of Artillery (1965 India Pakistan War) , Rfn Kartar Singh (13722396) Jammu & Kashmir Rifles (1965 India Pakistan War) , Rfn Satpal (13719199) Jammu & Kashmir Rifles (1965 India Pakistan War) , Rfn Sham Lal (13722503) Jammu & Kashmir Rifles (1965 India Pakistan War) , Ck/spl Bhagat Ram (3410334) Sikh Regiment (1965 India Pakistan War) , Sep Bhagwati Pathak (4239246) Bihar Regiment (Border Ops) , Sep Ramadharmisa (4241151) Bihar Regiment (Border Ops) , Sep Deo Narain Singh (4241392) Bihar Regiment (Border Ops) , Hav Prab Dayal (9020779) Mahar Regiment (Border Ops) , Rfn Sate Singh Rawat (4067365) Rashtriya Rifles (Counter Insurgency) , Sep Kali Dass (3950659) Dogra Regiment (Counter Insurgency) , Nk Balbir Singh (4057007) Garhwal Rifles (Counter Insurgency) , Sep/ck Jai Krishan (4141235) Kumaon Regiment (Counter Insurgency) , Lhav Ramesh Chand (3975129) Dogra Regiment (Counter Insurgency) , Nb Sub Puran Singh (JC-132857) Garhwal Rifles (Counter Insurgency) , Capt Sanjay Kumar Burman (IC-51943) Garhwal Rifles (Counter Insurgency) , Sep Charanjit Singh (3389595) Sikh Regiment (Counter Insurgency) , Col S S S Raman (IC-16131) Staff/miscellaneous (Sri Lanka (Ipkf)) , Col S S S Raman (IC-16131) Staff (Sri Lanka (Ipkf)) ,

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Brigadier Rattan Kaul of the 4/5 Gorkha Rifles (Frontier Force) details the Battle of Pakokku (Irrawady river operations) during World War II, an operation that his battalion was involved with during its history.

Outline Organisation of a Standard Infantry Battalion

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INAS 311

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INAS 311, commanded by Commander Sanjay Nandan, operates the Dornier 228 aircraft.

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Murkot Ramunny, had served in the Indian Air Force, flying Hurricanes in Burma during the War. He left the IAF shortly after Independence, to serve the Government in civil capacities. He does not bother to include his old IAF rank on his letterhead, which reads simply, “Murkot Ramunny, IAS (Retd)”. This is understandable, for his military rank is far eclipsed, in protocol terms, by the civil service ranks he rose to later; and to most people, his status as a former senior civil servant is what counts. But to IAF history enthusiasts like us, he will always be Wing Commander Murkot Ramunny.  The article is now updated to reflect a Youtube video - a rare and most certainly the last time he was interviewed on video about his WW2 experiences

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