Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Life in Air Force Academy(AFA) - Hyderabad

                                       
Line Up of Kiran Jet Trainer Aircrafts on Tarmac

It was a fine July morning when I found myself standing at the Secunderabad Railway Station in front of a desk with three people sitting under the banner announcing Reporting for Air Force Academy. Got my name checked and they told me to remember the name of squadron as Brar. Outside found a few guys whom I met at SSB or medicals and was please to know that two other guys of my group from SSB were in same Sqn.
Quite a number of Cadet and some parents were standing there soon we guys boarded the bus, a photographer was clicking the pics of the guys and of course the gals present there, so that later we all could see them and make out how funny we were looking then as compared to now, and as a matter of fact one never fails to find how we people looked so funny and casual when we were still civilians( and it would be the other way round for all the normal civil guys when they notice the difference between us).

Soon enough we reached the gates of Air Force Academy(AFA) Dundigal and it was with a sense of huge pride that I looked at the runway and the gate and a feeling that finally I arrived at a worthy enough place which I deserved. The bus moved inside and the occupants of the bus kept their stares fixed at the various aircraft and missiles on display en-route from Annaram Gate to Flight Cadet's Mess(FCM) aka our home for the next one year.

I remember well that it was lightly drizzling and in my astrological beliefs that was a sign of good beginning. Our stuff got offloaded and we moved to Shamiyana for the attendance. After a long wait, we got our luggage checked. The check were to make sure that we were not in possession of a mobile phone or camera or any eatables !! and other superficial stuffs(even personal medication) like that. All these while the things were being done by the Appointments, who are the Senior Term cadets who takes care of the Cadets while they are in FCM, kind of like School Captain.

After a while we got several items issued and our cabin numbers. Life in college can be easily managed without even seeing a water glass, water bottle, hangers, brooms and all some trifle items but not so here, maintaining a living standard of an Officer requires a lot of polishing of the attitude and this was a small beginning.



As Juniors(the people in white with ugly haircuts)

Once all the luggage was dumped in the cabin and after acquaintance with the neighbors around the rest of the evening and night passed in having a gala time with old friends from SSB and medical. Since by this time any of the Senior Term cadets have not arrived except for the Appointments, there was nobody to check any junior cadets.
Then from day two to the first week were probably the most boring and disgusting days of my life. There were lot of formalities, kit issue, tailor issue, hair cut, medicals and so on and so forth an endless number of things in which we just have to go to one place and keep standing at-ease and just wait till eternity till everyone got finished and then we march of back to Sqn Office. It was like at the end of every day we used to count that in the whole day we have just done 3-4 things and not even got to sit down once or be in our cabin for more than 5 minutes. The first night muster of the Academy was quite an experience of continuously standing in attention till all the counting was done, report compiled, its checked and rechecked that all are present and Duty Instructor came, report is handed over, he again checks and cross checks and finally goes back.
At the end of first week we could feel that our previous lifestyles have been left far behind, every luxury and privileges that we were used to were taken away. No more were we getting time to be alone as an individual, the only time spend alone was either during study hour or while sleeping after lights-out. The clothes we wore became the simplest a white shirt(with collar and cuff button and no tie) and white trouser(no provision as well as need of a belt, as only the size being fit is worn) for the formal places and white PT kit for games and ragda sessions :).  No dhobi, no orderly and any facility of fruit shop, bar etc etc. It would seem like a POW camp but this is how an individual is broken down of his shells of individuality and made in an person who matters only along with his Sqn.

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A normal daily routine of junior cadets at the beginning of term used to be like, waking up at between 2-3am depending on the amount of clothes that you have to wash(it is quite difficult to hide any dirt or dust in white clothes) or iron, and then attending a 4am fall-in in which the report never gets compiled and submitted to Sqn Appointment by the allotted time and hence by default all the undergoes a series of push-ups, sit-ups and other doses of early morning exercises. At 5 am there was another fall-in for juniors for daily Drill( that is march past) and we were left sweating from the sqn office just 10 min to 5, to change to drill uniform and report in time. From 5 am after all the junior cadets have came, all the sqns' report compiled and submitted,  then the dreaded round of dress inspection by the appointments and the defaulters caught with dirty clothes, improper ironing and anything major or minor were rounded off to be destined to do some more sweating out in the afternoon and evening in the form of reportings. Then we move on to the Drill Square or Parade ground where Drill Ustads instruct the cadets to perform the parade movements individually and in synch when in a group. Drill is one strenuous exercise, from the outside it appears only few movements are being done but the crispness, speed, timing and intensity of these calculated movements will make you sweat in no time. Anyways its always a treat to the eyes to watch  well executed josh-filled parade movements. We graduate from basic hand drill to parade with rifle in the later part of the training. Left from their we rush back in great hurry, to make good the fall-in time of 0730 with half-an hour to spare for bath, change over uniform and have breakfast. It really amazes now how efficient people become with their time once time becomes precious. In such testing times it helps to have a priority, I for one have highest priority for breakfast in all of this morning chaos. I was willing to take an hour or so of punishment later in the day rather than start the day with empty tummy. Bottom line make your value system and prioritise your task and stick to it. 
At 0800 another part of the day commences in which cadets of different branches go to their respective faculty for studies in their relevant subject. This probably is the most relaxed part of the day with ample opportunities to relax from the tiredness of the early part of the day, some people keep their eyes and/or ears open for the activities going on in the classes but some simply give up on the efforts. By 2 o'clock in the afternoon we leave for FCM again and after having a more or less unhurried lunch, we come back to our rooms, just to hear in time another round of session for accumulated deeds of the morning or anything pending. By the time we get done with this it it again time for PT and so we proceed for the fall-in routine for the same. PT is a toned down activity compared to the same happening all the time in FCM. We come back by around 6 in the evening and after having a round of eats/tea/cold coffee served in mess office, we again barely have 30 min or so to take bath to clean up from the sweaty, soiled condition of us and our clothes and also get our rooms in Cabin-Cupboard inspection standard for the study period starting from 7 o'clock. Study period is an open door time in which you are supposed to be studying in your neat and tidy room dressed up immaculately in whites/muftis simply meaning white full sleeves shirt & white/grey coloured trousers with or without neck tie. Inspection goes around by an Officer or Sqn Appointment to ensure compliance of the same. End of the study period starts with a call for Dinner, and all the cadets assemble in their sqn office and proceed to Dining Hall together. Then after having food or something else depending on your luck, again a mass gathering of the whole cadet lot of all branch and sqn, a night muster takes place in which everyone is counted, accounted and presented on the parade for inspection. After this the everyone is dispersed for a Lights out time of 2200. But the time in between is again a fun filled activity of some more bit of exercises and couple of minutes before the Lights out time we are left to rest our body for the night. 

Coming back to the room, sleep is a something you don't have to wait for and paying no remembrances to all the good, bad and ugly things of the day, we sleep on like a baby with a clear head and tiring limbs, to soldier on for another day and then another day for the whole duration of the junior term. 

So for the uninitiated, as the saying goes though it would seem contradictory, this whole routine of training is mental rather than physical. People say that if you survive the academy for first 22 days you will make it through 22 weeks. 


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86 comments:

  1. Hi Shubham,
    I am Siddharth I have applied for the flying branch SSC course July2011.I read that you have made it to AFA..congratulations!! I myself am aiming exactly where you are..I wanted to know how fit does one need to be phyiscally, i am 5ft 11inch height, near perfect vision in both eyes( i am doing natural eye improvement exercises to clear up whatever little blur is there and getting results via it) and I am exercising and taking good diet regularly,my weight is 78kgs as of now, i am concerned of the medicals, what sort of dental and eye regulations am i to be wary of? how is training at afa going? i would like to hear from you..My email id is sidd24enator@gmail.com Thanks for reading me out

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    1. hi sidd , the eye exercises you mentioned can you suggest them please

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  2. I must accept that there almost ZERO accounts of a flight cadets life in AFA. At least I can find some thing the cadets life in NDA. But for AFA, not even pictures.

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  3. hi.....shubham...........m sandeep........i also got rec by mysore board in CDSE n done with medicals......it was very fascinating to hear ur story........my experience is also like urs........hope to see u in AFA soon..........joining in jan2011.....bye

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  4. hey you need to complete that: what is their after "and..." in the end???

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  5. hi..
    i am recommended candidate from AFSB mysore..i have my medical on 16 jan 2012.. can u just say me what percentage of recommended candidates will come in final merit list?
    i have confidence that i will clear medical reading your blog..

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  6. Hi Shubham, this is aditya.
    I got my merit list few days back. And I'am joining air force academy(july-2013) in 5-6 days. When will we be able to get the canteen facility, as we may require to buy many more things & is it very necessary to take the stuffs like electric iron, and dressing gown or are there any chances of getting them in canteen itself..

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  7. Mr. Shubham pls elaborate the "medical exams" at the AFA.. pls reply.
    samim24293@gmail.com

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  8. @samim . Medical exams at AFA are routine affair like checking for body weight and getting some vaccines.

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  9. Hi Shubham, is there any severe ragging at AFA?

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  10. @Anonymous - AFA is not a college. It is a training academy of a Professional Military. The trainees there are not students, they are men & women being trained and groomed to be leaders.

    Each and every activity that happens inside the gates of AFA is training for real life situations.

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  11. @ Rajat Sharma - it is heartening that you are interested in knowing about life of military aviators.

    I am sure if you go through these posts, you will get a general idea about the same and about the rest of the details, most of it can't be written, it has to be lived and experienced.

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  12. Hi Shubham, i have been selected to join the academy and have a query regarding body weight. If at the time of reaching the academy you are overweight by 2-3 kgs, will they send you back?

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  13. at AFA which medical exams they will conduct after reporting? pls tell the name of all the medical exams which will be conducted for flying branch at AFA dundigal

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  14. Is medical at AFA same as that was done after ssb??? Or it is less rigorous???

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  15. @Samurai - the medical exams at AFA are generally of routine nature. So just keep fit .

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  16. hello Shubham..I just wanted to ask about the environment of the academy. I heard that male and female cadets do almost all the task together, so, do they have any privacy for female cadets? I mean what about those girls who don't feel comfortable in shorts and swim suits in front of the male? Do both share the same swimming pool? Do they have any relaxation for female cadets? please reply me

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  17. @sourabh - It is a thought provoking question for me !!! In a time when females are/trying to match with males in every department, the question of "relaxation for female cadets" specially in Armed Forces is a tough one to answer.

    As far as Academy is concerned whatever consideration is required it is given and whatever is superficial and impracticable is not. Finally the aim of Academy is to prepare future Military Leaders capable of the rigours of war and not some chocolate soldiers.

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  18. hello shubham.. thanks for sharing your experiences in the academy.
    I will be hopefully joining in the July.
    i want to know about the Medicals done in academy.
    which test are conducted.?
    do medical happen every month?

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  19. Please tell what all medicals are done there????
    Is blood pressure checked??????
    Please reply as i am going to join and i have a slight problem

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  20. @shubham my friends just joined as trainees at the academy and i would like to know if there are any means of communication for them to reach us!!

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    1. There are numerous landline phone in the Cadet's Mess and from there they can contact friends and family regularly.

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  21. great experience brother...i have a peculiar question..i love flying..want to fly..i am a science guy though..i need to work on ground to develop my career as a mechanical engineer..but i still badly want to fly those jets and all..i was thinking about joining the IAF by CDS exam and get trained for 1 year..learn to fly, get license and continue my normal mechanical engineer career in some university or something..please please express you opinion and advice and correction in my information brother..

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    1. There are two options for you

      1. Get a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Join IAF, get trained as a pilot or an engineer (either of them not both). Serve in IAF as a pilot or engineer. Your period of service can be as per your entry of Short Service or Permanent Commission. Joining the Air Force for training require you to serve till the period as per your commission type (10+4 yrs or till retirement).

      2. Join a civilian flying club and continue with any permutation-combination of your liking.

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  22. Subham, I don't know swimming. Is swimming essential for AFA? Can I join AFA? Will I be given training is swimming as freshers?

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  23. Subham, I don't know swimming. Is swimming essential for AFA? Can I join AFA? Will I be given training is swimming as freshers?

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    1. Swimming is essential and for those who are not swimmers, adequate training and practise is given.

      On a different note, people with the ambition of joining and serving in the military should remember that they will the sharp edge of the fighting sword. Will you be afraid of doing something for the first time or if you are not trained for that. If you can't run learn to, if you can do chin up learn to.If you are being trained for that then it is good or else just find a way to do it yourself.

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  24. Hello sir ,

    Glad to read your experience in AFA, could u plz share your preparation details for written & ssb. I'm preparing for CDS exmtn.

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  26. Hi Shubham, really a good written experience about life at AFA, can you pls also suggest major sorts of physical conditioning/heath or call it physical stamina in the form of exercises which can be done to ease out during the training period?
    especially, if you are just weeks away that routine life.
    Thanks in advance,

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    1. Hi Paras, there is no need to worry too much about physical fitness. The training is so designed that gradually you come up to the standards.
      However some basic things are being good at long distance running, push ups. Do some practice in your free time before joining.

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  27. is the training same for technical branch ppl and others? or for technical branch ,is there any sort of ''relaxation" in training?

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  28. for technical branch.
    1st 6 months basic military training at AFA is common and same tough schedule is kept.
    after 6 months they are sent for technical officers training at bangalore AFTC for 1year. from there they pass out.

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  29. All aspirants out there.. if u want to join defence forces.. all it requires passion, perseverance , honesty, patriotism , courage, strong will power.
    In SSB they select candidates who can be trained to become good officers, and not who are already think they are officers.
    In training they make you officers who are mentally as well as physically fir for all challenges u can think of.
    so dnt worry about physical standards of training.
    everybody completes it with the above mentioned qualities.

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  30. Being an air force officer is like a dream that is haunting me, that I live everyday I feel everyday. Each line when I read I fealt as if I am walking in those corridors. I know that's quite weird. I have cleared my written examination now I have my afsb on 29 of Feb can u give some tips for it cause my enthusiasm has taken over me. Even when I eat when I sleep when I talk I can't think anything else.

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  31. Tamanna, You can devote your time and energies in preparation for AFSB, do read some of the books on SSB out there in market, they give a decent idea of the whole process.
    All the best for AFSB !!

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  32. sir,do they allow cds candidates in fighter stream? Or are they considered only for transport and helicopters

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    1. There is no restrictions for any entry for any fleet. Permanent ( CDS/NDA) or short service commission, the allotment of a particular fleet only depend on your suitability for the utilization in that particular fleet.

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  33. hello sir !
    arent mobile phones alowed inside the academy ??

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  34. hello sir !
    aren't smart phones allowed in the academy ?

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    1. Mobile phones are not allowed to be kept by cadets as people used to misutilize them by remaining awake late in the night rather than cathing up on much required sleep.

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  35. Hello sir, i wanted to ask about medicals specific dental check up in AFA. i have read that they require 14 dental points. Is there any other requirements ? Actually 2 of my teeths in front row are slightly outwards . Can it be a issue in medicals...?? Waiting for ur reply

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  36. I can help you on this

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  37. Jaimin: I was having same concern for my son. Hence we visited to Command hospital, they suggested us to visit Dental Center in AFMC. We just walked in in Dental center, and understanding our concerns they very quickly checked teeth, and explain to us how dental points are calculated, and approximately how many points my son can qualify. I don't know you are in which part of India, but if any Defense hospital is nearby you can approach them. Even though being a civilian my experience was good. Based on their feedback my son attended SSB of Navy as well as Air Force and qualified for both. Good luck to you !!

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  38. Anonymous: Thank you very much. For answering my query. I am very much relieved.

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  39. Anonymous : will go to defence hospital soon

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  40. hello ,
    my height is 164cm , am i eligible fr fighter pilot ?
    and can i become a fighter pilot through afcat ?
    or i should give cds for becoming a fighter pilot ?

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    1. There are a few criteria on basis of which you might not be fit for fighter or a particular fighter like height, sitting height, thigh length, arm length and such anthropometric parameters which ensure that you can function comfortably and also eject safely if needed. But only in few rare cases for tall guys problem like this happens.

      Any entry NDA,CDSE, AFCAT will let you be fighter pilot.

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  41. Hello shubham sir I have been there for two ssb of AFSB THROUGH NDA GOT selected none. People are saying that I can't apply for flying branch now coz of my b.sc degree is there any way coz I love flying

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    1. You need to go through the notification of CDSE,AFCAT to clarify your doubt. You can even refer to an older notification for same. As far as i remember your case is not a problem.

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  42. Hello
    My girlfriend got selected in iaf. By reading ur blog i found my lifestyle in the opposite way. Lag rha ab breakup ho jayega

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    1. I dont want to give you any relationship advice but just that if you feel proud about achievent of your girl, be ready to do your part of adusting to her where it is not possible for her to do anything.

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  43. Hello sir ...Is the vigorous training same for both ground duty branch and flying branch and how that will be for women during their discomfort?

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    1. Vigorous training is a very relative term and depends on your current lifestyle and mental toughness.

      I just have one thing for present and all the future queries that you might have, remember this mantra- what you are or will be going through the training hundreds of men and women have already done it before and will keep doing it in future so just stop thinking too much and start sweating it out.

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  44. Sir...Is the cabin allotment at AFA will be seperate for each individual cadet or will it be shared by the whole sqn??

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    1. Sqns are alloted seperate buildings or blocks and seperate rooms in these blocks are given to individual cadets.

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  45. Hello Shubham,

    Could you please confirm if cadets are allowed to take leaves while training or Is there any mid Term break in AFA.

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    1. A term is about 5 month long and no leave or absence is permitted in between except on extreme compassionate grounds. Absence in training more than a specified days will result in you to be re-flighted (repeating the term with next course).

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  46. Hello Shubham Sir,
    I just want to know if mobile phones are allowed during the training? Any exception for female candidates?

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    1. I don't think mobile phones are allowed to be kept with the trainees due to the issues of distraction in training like late night usages etc. Ample avenues are present to remain in contact with near and dear one

      No exceptions for lady cadets.

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  47. hello shubham sir,
    Im Amruta,prestely studying BBA..im very much intrested in airforce..want to transform myself from now..can u please guide me ? i want to serve this nation ...im very much determined .this is not a job for me..this is my life...please help me with ur valuble advise

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  48. Hello Sir. I have got recommended at 2AFSB Mysore for the Course commencing in January 2017. I have applied for the Technical Branch and cleared my medicals too. I am now waiting for my Final Merit List. Only thing here remaining is that I have to submit a certificate showing 8 equivalent subjects as required for technical branch because at the time of SSB my only 5 subjects were matching to the list maintained by Airforce. The last date for submitting this certificate is 15 Dec 2015. Just wanted to know what could be the casualty if I fail to submit this document before the final date? Actually I have applied for this certificate at my University and I have the receipt of application but haven't received the certificate yet.

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    1. @Twinkle i have the same issue of subject equivalency. i had only 4 subjects matching and they ask me for four subjects equivalency certificate from university. you have to submit it before 15 December because if you didn't submit the certificate they will consider you as not eligible for technical branch.

      Anuj
      contact-9756007067

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  49. What is the training like for Ground Duty and Technical Lady Cadets? Does it include weapon training, etc or is it specialized to their branch only?

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    1. The training can be considered to two fold :- Basic Military Orientation and Professional Knowledge.

      Military Orientation takes care of the skills which a soldier and an officer should be equipped which include weapons training.
      Professional Knowledge cover the aspects of not only the specialization of your branch but also the various aspects of other branches and domains so as to inculcate jointmanship and orientation towards basic aim of IAF.

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  50. How many kilometres a cadet at afa has to run during the training??

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    1. Its called the health run..you will start off with 6km on the first day..and goes on 7..8..14.this seems to be a little tuff in the beginning..but you guys will be used to it..you will woke up by 2.45 fallin by 3am..start running for 5 to 6 km..with lots of exercise..rolling crawling..frog jumps duck walk..etc..come back to billet by 5.45..or 6..breakfast at 7am go to class room by 8.30...followed by lunch ..and 2.30 to 5 or 6 called as pt parade..including raggda sessions..come back do ur little personal duties ..washing..or whatever..filled by dinner ..roll call ..study time..till 10..some times roll call before bed..hit the sack..ps..each flight 2 to 3 flt cadets go for the centry duty..this is my personal experience while I was in training for the tech course(airman)..not sure about AFA..HYD.mostly the basic will be the same..but the training module will be a little different for the officers...due to personal issue I left on Medical grounds and I am sure you all guys gonna love it for sure..its not tuff as NDA or the OTA chennai..and guys looking for flying branch..study aviation abbreviations and terminology..air navigation VFR..visual flight and IFR..Instrument flight rules.meteorology.TSI..turning sleep indicator..Altitude indicator..oil pressure..air speed indicator .flight communication..military and civil...radio communications ..you will get it in a small book..go thru it..you will end up in saving lot of time during ur tight training schedule..lastly..if you are going for the weapons training for firing ..don't ever loose the empty cases..if you are given 10 rounds to fire..you have to return the 10 empty cases...not in the case of semi automatic ..weapons.good one..

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  52. Which books are taught to Pilots in AFA for basic knowledge of Navigation, Meteorology, and Technical(General, not military aircraft related)?

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    1. The books that are referred for the aviation related subjects have been published in house catering for the requirement, usage and knowledge level expected from a pilot.

      However as a general guideline, Ground Studies for Pilots (GSP) on various aviation topics closely mirror the above mentioned books in usage in IAF.

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  53. Hi Shunlam.I have a question.My friend has joined AFA recently and I want to send gifts to him.are gifts allowed in afa to newly joined trainess?

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  54. Hi Shubham I have a question.my friend has recently joined AFA and I want to send gifts to him.Are trainees allowed to receive gifts?

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  55. hello im anuska...i have a doubt that as afcat give you a opportunaty to short service commision than what will be happen after 10 years if a serve for nation as a ground duty officer i mean what will be my service then?please help me to find the answer...to my email id sulekha.datta.001@gmail.com

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    1. 10yrs for SSC no matter which branch

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    2. yes 10 yrs but after that what can i do?

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  56. after serving in a particular brannch what will be my profession?

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  57. Hi Shubham !

    Thank you for sharing this experience of yours. I have a question - I have applied for Technical Branch in AFCAT-2, and I have AE(Electronics) - SSC and AE(Electronics) - PC on first and second priority. Now I have a question if I do make it to the merit list, do I have a choice of choosing any one of them ?

    Also, do SSC officers ever get converted to PC officers ? many people including former veterans mention it depends on their performance and their ACR. Can you please clear these doubts of mine ?

    I thank you again and best of luck for your career in the Indian Air Force.

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  59. Hi
    Could you tell me what are the medical grounds on which basis cadets are removed or rather say are sent back home...

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  60. My friend has joined the Afa and since there is obviously no contact with him, I want to write to him. What specifications do I include? (name/address). I don't know anything else.

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