Participates in National Air Force Attachment Camp

Participates in National Air Force Attachment Camp

June 3, 2024

City Cadet K. Aadesh Puvaiah attended the National Air Force Attachment Camp conducted from May 20 to 31, 2024 at Bidar. He was one of the 14 cadets selected from the Karnataka & Goa Directorate.

The camp was held at the same station where Stage-3 training for fighter pilots takes place. Here, pilots learn how to fly advanced fighter jets. This 12-day camp provided him with the opportunity to stay among officers and learn about the functioning of the Indian Air Force, the operations at a fighter base, the station’s daily activities and the routine of the officers.

Cadets at this camp have the chance to meet individuals who have passed exams like the Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT), Combined Defence Service (CDS), National Defence Academy (NDA) and Services Selection Board (SSB) interviews.

They can communicate with these achievers to gain insights into what it takes to join the IAF. The cadets follow a rigorous schedule, and each day in this camp motivates them to build the step towards their dreams.

Officers who join the Indian Air Force as fighter pilots will be trained here at Bidar. The main aim of the camp is to motivate the cadets to learn more about the IAF and the fighter training that occurs after joining the IAF. This camp has provided Aadesh with valuable exposure, a great experience, and a collection of memories that  he can cherish.

He has also participated in other camps such as Annual Training Camp, Intergroup Competition, Group RDC 1 and  Group RDC 2.

Aadesh is currently pursuing his B.Com at DePaul First Grade College, Mysuru. He is the son of Kochamanda Sarvesh and Kochamanda Vimya (Moovera) of Bavali village in Kodagu.


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