In order to commemorate and mark the centenary celebration of the late Marshal of the Indian Air Force, Arjan Singh DFC, all Air Force Stations of the North East had organized the half marathon run of 21 km named as `Centenary Run’ on Sunday on the eve of the Birth Centenary of the Late Marshal of Indian Air Force Arjan Singh.
In Guwahati, the race was flagged by Air Commodore, Shashank Misra VM, Air Officer Commanding, Air Force Station Guwahati. A total of 100 air warriors of the station participated enthusiastically in the ‘Centenary Run’.
In Digaru, the race was flagged by Group Captain CK Rasyara, Station Commander, Air Force StationDigaru. A total of 250 air warriors of the station participated enthusiastically in the ‘Centenary Run’.
In Silchar, a total of 100 air warriors of the station participated in the Marathon Run which was flag off by the Station Commander Air Force Station Kumbigram, Silchar.
The run was conducted to propagate the accomplishments and to pay rich tribute to the legendary Marshal of the IAF amongst all Air Force personnel. All the Station Commander emphasized to emulate the footprints set by the Marshal of Indian Air Force Arjan Singh and follow his four simple rules in our daily life i.e. firstly thorough in profession; secondly, complete the job at hand to the satisfaction of everyone; thirdly, have implicit faith in our subordinates; and, lastly, efforts should be honest and sincere. All the air warriors were motivated to inculcate camaraderie and sportsmanship attributes and to adopt a healthy lifestyle. The air warriors also took the pledge to leave no stone unturned to carry on with the legacy of the Marshal of the Indian Air Force, Arjan Singh DFC for the glory of Indian Air Force.
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