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Group Captain Rameshwar Dayal Vinayak

Service No & Branch 5897 LGS
Date of Birth: -- --- ---- Commissioned: 01 Jun 1960 Course: 19 GDOC Course
Service End: Retired on 29 Apr 1992 Voluntary Retirement
Qualifications Held :
Remarks :
Promotions Gazetted
Gp Capt : 14 Oct 1985
Training and Other Courses Attended
29 DSSC (Sqn Ldr) - 01 Dec 1973
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Awards and Decorations


Number of Awards: 1
 
Vishist Seva Medal
Wg CdrRameshwar Dayal Vinayak5897 LGSAward Date 26 Jan 1982Announced 26 Jan 1982
Details :

Wing Commander Rameshwar Dayal Vinayak was commissioned in the IAF on Jun 60. Prior to his posting to Air HQ Wg Cdr Vinayak has served in various appointments and his performance on all these has been excellent.

Since 1977, Wg Cdr Vinayak has been working at Air HQ in the Maintenance Cell responsible for providing complete logistic support to Hunters and Canberra Fleet of the Air Force. Immediately on taking charge of the logistic support of these vital weapon systems, Wg Cdr Vinayak set about in right earnest and in a methodical manner to streamline the organization and functioning of the Deputy Directorate. By meticulous planning and foresight, he rationalized the allocation of duties in consonance with the weapon system concept and improved the office layout and work condition. He inspired and guided his small band of subordinates into a well-knit team of highly motivated personnel ready to accept any challenge to improve the spares support to the Hunter and Canberra fleets. He did this by setting personal example of selfless service, sustained hard work, unswerving dedication to duty and unflinching loyalty to the service. Under his dynamic leadership, systematic reviews were carried out of the entire Canberra and Hunter inventory in a thorough and imaginative manner. As a result of his deep involvement, personal attention and expert analysis, many a distortion in provisioning were corrected leading to substantial reduction in expenditure and improvement in Demand Satisfaction Rate.

The professional knowledge and logistic acumen displayed by Wg Cdr Vinayak in the discharge of his onerous duties are indeed of an exceptional order. He has been keeping himself about the latest developments in the fields of Material Management, Inventory Control, Warehouse Planning and Material Handling Techniques. By virtue of his outstanding knowledge and expertise, Wg Cdr Vinayak has made a single contribution to the improvement of logistics procedures and practices, especially in computerized operations, followed at this Headquarters. His imaginative and constructive suggestions for modifications in the design and review statements. Due-in records, inability statements and various other systems were widely appreciated and have enhanced the utility of the computer service to the Maintenance Cells by enabling realistic and accurate provisioning and control of the spares inventory.

In recognition of his admirable initiative, commendable drive, selfless service and complete identification with the service, Rashtrapati is pleased to award Vishisht Seva Medal to Wing Commander Rameshwar Dayal Vinayak.

Unit : AHQ
Reference : GoI19820126
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