Air Vice Marshal Ajit Nath joined the Medical Branch of the Indian Air Force in 1941. He saw active service during World War II. He was the first Medical Officer of No. I Squadron of the I.A.F. as also the first Indian Principal Medical Officer of the then Group Headquarters at Bangalore in 1947. He attended Advanced Courses in Aviation Medicine in U.K., France, Italy and Germany. He has contributed largely to the formation of Aero Medical Society and School of Aviation Medicine. He handled creditably problems relating to air evacuation of casualties during the India-Pakistan conflict 1965. He has flown more than 1,250 hours with pilots of varying experience in different types of training and operational Aircraft over various parts of the country to collect valuable medical data.
Gazette of India Notification Dated : 26 Jan 1970 Number:
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