Two women officers have been deployed in the Indian Water Force in the year 2020. For the first time in the history of India’s water army, two women officers have received important positions in Navy warships. One of it is Kumudini Tyagi and the other is Rit Singh.
Indian Navy Day 2022: Today is an important day for the Indian Water Force, one of India’s three armed forces. Indian Navy Day is celebrated every year on 4 December. This day is celebrated and his contribution is remembered for the jambaz and bold victory of the Indian Navy in the 1971 India Pakistan War. In memory of this historic day, Navy Day celebrates pomp in honor of the nine soldiers who guard the maritime borders. All three of the country’s youth are stationed in the armed forces to protect India’s borders. However, these youth also include women who are contributing to the security of the country. Many powerful women officers are employed in the Indian Water Force. These women officers, through their courage, achieved a large position in the Navy and created history. IA knows about the strong women officers of the Indian Navy.
These two women officers stationed on naval warships
Two women officers have been deployed in the Indian Water Force in the year 2020. For the first time in the history of India’s water army, two women officers have received important positions in Navy warships. One of it is Kumudini Tyagi and the other is Rit Singh. Naval female officers Kumudini Tyagi and Rit Singh were selected as ‘Observators’ ( Airborne Tacticians ) in the helicopter stream. Sub Lieutenant Kumudini Tyagi and Sub Lieutenant Rit Singh have become the first female airborne tacticians in the country. Now both female naval officers will work on the deck of war ships.
Sub Lieutenant Kumudini Tyagi
Kumudini Tyagi, who lives in Meerut district of Uttar Pradesh, had set the goal of going into the army since the 10th examination. His father runs a security agency and Dada Suresh Chand was a sub-inspector in the Tyagi Police. Kumudini began preparations to go into the army after Betech. Could join the Navy after working hard day and night. Kumudini received a shortage in December 2018.
Sab Lieutenant Rit Singh
Sab belongs to Lieutenant Rit Singh’s military family. Three generations of his family have been employed in the army. Rit’s father SK Singh retires from the Indian Navy. His mother is an English teacher. The customs of Uttar Pradesh shifted to Hyderabad in 2002. Later joined the Indian Navy.