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18 June, 2015 00:00 00 AM
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President parade held at BAF Academy

Special Correspondent
President parade held 
at BAF Academy

President parade of summer graduation-2015 marking the commissioning of 71 Flight Cadet Course and Direct Entry–2015 Officer Cadet Course of Bangladesh Air Force (BAF) was held at the BAF Academy in Jessore
yesterday.
 Chief of Air Staff Air Marshal Abu Esrar attended the ceremony as the chief guest.
He reviewed the smartly turned-out parade and took salute at the impressive march past. He handed over trophies, certificates and flying badges among the flight cadets and officer cadets.
 Flight cadet wing under Officer Adeeb Adnan Neil was presented with the coveted “Sword of Honour” for his best all round performance in 71 Flight Cadet Course.  
He was also awarded with “Bir Sreshto Flight Lieutenant Matiur Rahman Trophy” for his best performance in the flying training. Flight Cadet Md Imtiaz Ahmed received “Commandant’s Trophy” for his best performance in General Service Training while Flight Cadet Saima Mosharof received “Chief of Air Staff’s Trophy” for his best all round performance in 71 Flight Cadet Course (Ground Branch).  Two Officers of GD (N) Branch have also received Flying Badges on the occasion.
Addressing a programme on the occasion, the chief of air staff said, “It is the demand of time to take Bangladesh to higher heights of development and prosperity by facing the challenges of the rapidly changing world and you would be the pioneer of that movement.”
“Keeping the commitment and resoluteness of twenty first century, long term development plan of BAF ‘Forces Goal-2030’ has been composed with visionary guidance of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina,” he said.
“BAF has already inducted various modern aircraft, Air Defence Radar and other sophisticated technology,” he added.  
A total of 31 flight cadets, including 13 female cadets, were commissioned this time. 

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