|Service No & Branch||4240 F(P)||Stream :Fighters|
|Date of Birth: -- --- ----||Commissioned: 15 Mar 1952||Course: 57 Course|
|Service End:||Retired on 31 May 1987 Voluntary Retirement|
|Qualifications Held :|
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|-||Flt Lt||No.56 (Auxiliary AF) Squadron||Squadron Pilot|
|25 Apr 1961 - 30 Jun 1962||Flt Lt||14 Bihar Air Sqn NCC||Ranchi||Commanding Officer|
|01 Jan 1964 - 01 Aug 1966||Sqn Ldr||No.4 Squadron||Hashimara||Commanding Officer|
|15 Jan 1968 - 21 Nov 1970||Wg Cdr||Defence Services Staff College||Wellington||Directing Staff|
|01 Jan 1972 -||Wg Cdr||18 Wing||Pathankot||Officer in Charge Flying|
|20 May 1976 - 22 Mar 1977||Gp Capt||Air Head Quarters||Delhi||Director (Flight Safety)|
|-||Air Cmde||Advance HQ, Western Air Command||Simla||Air Officer Commanding|
|27 Dec 1979 - 08 Oct 1982||Air Cmde||11 Wing||Tezpur||Air Officer Commanding|
|- 20 Apr 1986||Air Marshal||Eastern Air Command||Shillong||Senior Air Staff Officer|
|21 Apr 1986 - 31 May 1987||Air Marshal||Air Head Quarters||Delhi||Inspector General (Inspection & Safety)|
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|Ati Vishist Seva Medal|
|Air Cmde||Pynummooltil Simon George||4240 F(P)||Award Date 26 Jan 1982||Announced 26 Jan 1982|
|Details :|| |
Air Commodore Pynummoottil Simon George has been Air Officer Commanding of one of the operational Wings. The Wing is responsible for exercising operational and functional control over Fighter Squadrons, Helicopter Unit, Air Observation Post Flight and Range Unit. Under his command the Wing has steadily registered an allĂ‚Âround increase in operational preparedness. There has also been a marked increase in the utilisation rate of aircraft. The flying environment has improved and this has enabled the Squadrons to fulfill training tasks/exercises. A Fighter Squadron and a Helicopter Unit have won squadron of the year' trophies. All flying units have attained Fully Operational and Instrument Rating status. The Wing was able to achieve the laid down percentages of serviceability in respect of all aircraft. A high Radio Navigational and serviceability was maintained throughout the year. MT serviceability was optimum. During this short span of time, the Wing was able to complete all works services sanctioned within the specified frame which resulted improved water supply, power supply, recreational facilities, working environment and living conditions. Resurfacing of link taxi track was also completed and an independent feeder line from nearby city was commissioned. Nonpublic funds registered a large growth rate. Air Commodore Pynummoottil Simon George has brought about worthwhile changes in day to day functioning of the Station and the quality of life of personnel due to his steadfast performance of duties.
Air Commodore Pynummoottil Simon George has thus rendered distinguished service of an exceptional order.
|Reference : GoI19820126|
|Param Vishist Seva Medal|
|Air Marshal||Pynummooltil Simon George||4240 F(P)||Award Date 26 Jan 1987||Announced 26 Jan 1987|
|Details :|| |
Air Marshal Pynummoottil Simon George was commissioned in the flying branch of the Air Force in March 1952. In his long and distinguished career of over 34 years, he has held important command as well as staff appointments, including Command of a fighter- Squadron and an Operational Air Base. An experienced Flying Instructor, he was specially chosen for deputation to the UAR to impart flying training.
For displaying exceptional qualities of supervision and leadership, he was awarded AVSM in January, 1982.
In April 1984, he was specially chosen as the first Inspector General of the Air Force. This challenging assignment involves evaluation of the operational and combat worthiness of all elements of the Air Force and the supporting maintenance and administrative infrastructure. Air Marshal George, has set about his new task with zeal and purposefulness, in order to create impartial and objective evaluation machinery.
|Reference : GoI19870126|