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Group Captain Vinod Malik

Service No & Branch 18133 ADM

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Date of Birth: -- --- ---- Commissioned: 06 Dec 1985 Course: 77 GDOC Course
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Sqn Ldr : 06 Dec 1996Wg Cdr : 16 Dec 2004Gp Capt : 04 Apr 2011
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Awards and Decorations

Number of Awards: 1
Vishist Seva Medal
Gp CaptVinod Malik18133 ADMAward Date 26 Jan 2015Announced 26 Jan 2015
Details : Group Captain Vinod Malik (18133) was commissioned in the Indian Air Force as an ATC officer in Administrative branch on 06 Dec 1985 and is presently serving as Chief Administrative Officer at Air Force Station, Srinagar. Gp Capt Malik stood first in order of merit in 77 Ground Duty Officers' course and was awarded the Training Command Trophy at commissioning. The officer has been an active ATC controller at premier fighter bases. He has done Chief Administrative Officer tenures at two important stations-Begumpet and Jaisalmer. As C Adm 0 Jaisalmer, he was part of the team that facilitated the Fire Power Demonstration at Pokhran range. The flawless execution of this event was greatly appreciated by the Hon'ble Raksha Mantri and Parliamentary Standing Committee. He was Stn Adt of Air Force Station New Delhi, where he dealt with all the ceremonial and staff jobs of Air HQ and was instrumental in setting up Sadhbhavna Cell and facilitated six UN missions to Congo. During his stint in AFRO, he streamlined the tenure issues of Non-Tech trades. The Officer is diligent, meticulous and focused in his approach .. During the recent floods in the State of Jammu & Kashmir, Air Force Station Srinagar become the hub centre for all civil and military relief activities. The officer with his administrative acumen anticipated all the core admin issues and marshaled all the available resources to. set up a relief camp for the rescued flood victims and supervised field cooking for preparing more than 10000 meals per day. He actively liaised with all the civil and military authorities to streamline the relief activities. All possible support was rendered to NDRF team to start rescue operations. There was a heavy inflow of rescued people (appx.20000 thousand per day), for whom all administrative arrangements were done in an exemplary manner without compromising the security of the base. His leadership, tireless efforts and meticulous planning facilitated in flawless evacuation of over 30,000 people by IAF transport aircraft. During the crisis, he ensured that all the essential services like water, electricity were available for smooth operations. He maintained his composure in the complex situation and performed at the highest efficiency to render all out administrative support, to sustain operations and maintenance activities during the flood relief and rescue operations in J&K For distinguished service of high order, Hon'ble President is pleased to award Vishisht Seva Medal to Group Captain Vinod Malik.
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