Mawya Sudan becomes first Indian Air Force woman fighter pilot from Jammu and Kashmir

Mawya Sudan, the country’s 12th and the first Air Force woman fighter pilot from Jammu and Kashmir, has brought laurels by participating in the passing out parade at Dundigal Air Force Academy, Hyderabad, Telangana. Mawya was the only female fighter pilot in the passing out parade.

Chief of Air Force, Air Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria reviewed the combined graduation passing out parade at the Air Force Academy in Dundigal, Hyderabad on Saturday.

Mawya is a resident of Lambadi in Rajouri district bordering Jammu division. 23-year-old Mawya did her education at Carmel Convent School, Jammu. After that, she did her graduation in Political Science from DAV in Chandigarh.

Her sister Tanya Sudan says “since childhood, Mawya was fond of flying fighter aircraft included in the Indian Air Force. Her dream came true today. Sister’s wish was that she should illuminate the name of the country by flying a fighter plane. Mawya was smart in studies since childhood.”

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