|Service No & Branch||5040 F(P)|
|Date of Birth: -- --- ----||Commissioned: 14 Jan 1956||Course: 67 Course||Entry Mode : NDA|
|Service End:||Retired on 30 Nov 1989|
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|- 01 Dec 1970||Sqn Ldr||Iraq AF||Iraq||Flying Instructor|
|01 Jan 1967 - 01 Jan 1968||Sqn Ldr||Flying Instructors School||Tambaram||Flying Instructor|
|15 Jul 1974 - 05 Jun 1977||Wg Cdr||No.24 Squadron||Commanding Officer|
|- 29 Apr 1980||Gp Capt||Training Command||Bangalore||Command Flying Training Officer|
|30 Apr 1980 - 12 Jul 1981||Gp Capt||34 Wing||Bhaisana (Bhatinda)||Station Commander|
|01 Apr 1983 - 15 Apr 1984||Air Cmde||NCC HQ ( (Karnataka & Goa)||Bangalore||Deputy Director General|
|16 Apr 1984 - 24 Sep 1986||Air Cmde||18 Wing||Pathankot||Air Officer Commanding|
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|Vayu Sena Medal (Gallantry)|
|Wg Cdr||Bir Inder Singh||5040 F(P)||Award Date||Announced 26 Jan 1977|
|Details :|| |
Wing Commander Bir Inder Singh took over command of a fighter squadron in July 1974. He has flown over 4000 hours and has participated, with distinction, In the IndoPak Conflicts of 1965 and 1971. Due to his personal attention Wing Commander Bir Inder Singh has maintained an excellent flight safety record over the past two years. During the Inter-Squadron Gunnery Meet, 1975, his Squadron was the best Squadron in frontÃ‚Âgun firing and bombing. When the squadron was required to operate a detachment of aircraft from a transport base, Wing Commander Bir Inder Singh undertook and executed this task effectively. Wing Commander Bir Inder Singh has displayed courage, professional skill and devotion to duty of a high order.
|Unit : 24 Sqn|
|Reference : Gazette of India dated 27th May 1978 - No.29- Pres/78 dated 26th January 1977|
|Ati Vishist Seva Medal|
|Air Cmde||Bir Inder Singh||5040 F(P)||Award Date 26 Jan 1985||Announced 26 Jan 1985|
|Details :|| |
Air Commodore Bir Inder Singh VM (5040) Flying (Pilot) was commissioned in the Air Force in January 1956. He has over 4400 hours to his credit. He actively participated in both wars with Pakistan. He was the Director of NCC Directorate of Karnataka and Goa for a year w.e.f, Apr 83. Within this short period, he has been able to achieve the following outstanding results:
He personally supervised the camp training for the competitions which were to be held for the Prime Minister's Championship Banner and ensured that selection of cadets was based purely on merit. He personally selected and trained Air Wing cadets for the competition at all India lelvel. A girl cadet from his Directorate won the Gold Medal and a boy cadet the Silver Medal during the Prime Minister's Rally Championship Banner in Jan 84.
From his Directorate maximum number of cadets were selected for participants in the Republic Day as well as Guard of Honour contingents. The standard of drill achieved by Karnataka & Goa contingent was exceptionally good. During the All India Level camps held at Gurgaon and Ghaziabad for boys and girls respectively, cadets from Karnataka & Goa Directorate stood first in all the competitions which counted towards the Prime Minister's Championship Banner. In November 1983, due to his initiative, 750 NCC cadets participated in traffic duties during the CHOGM (Commonwealth Head of Government Meet) at Goa. Further, 17 cadets were trained as guides who helped the wives of the Heads of States during their stay at Goa. He volunteered to undertake all Hand Gliding training for the basic as well as advanced stage in his Directorate. A comprehensive case for introduction of Hand Gliding in NCC organization prepared by him is with the Government. Besides he also introduced wind surfing in his Directorate.
He was able to achieve exceptionally good rapport with the Karnataka State Government. The Chief Minister was so impressed by him that he went out of his way to sanction incentives for the NCC cadets which have proved to be a tremendous motivating factor. Further the State Government, at his persuasion, in actively considering the reservation of seats for NCC cadets in Home Guards, Forest, Police, Education and Fire Services Department in addition to allotting a certain quota for admission to the Post Graduate and MBA Courses.
As a result of his visits to various universities the Vice Chancellor of Mysore University has agreed to introduce the NCC as an integral part of the curricular in some of the selected colleges on trial basis from the next academic session onwards.
Air Commodore Bir Inder Singh VM has, thus, rendered distinguished service of an exceptional order.
|Reference : GoI19850126|