With an aim to reach out to people and attract them to join its coveted ranks, Indian Air Force (IAF) is going to come out with all colors at an exclusive exhibition at Pacific Mall, Tagore Garden. To be held between February 29th and March 1, the exhibition will have all the ingredients to attract the common man towards the forces. It is also aimed at making people understand the history of IAF and help them realize the hard work that goes in the making of a formidable force.
To give the glimpse of IAF, the exhibition will have Air Force Simulator Bus Walkthrough or the Induction Publicity Exhibition Vehicle (IPEV) that is meant for encouraging our youth to get acquainted to the IAF as a career and as a way of life. The vehicle is modelled on a Volvo bus chassis with its interiors retro-fitted to house interactive demonstration zones. It also has an experience zone where one can discover the thrill of various IAF activities flying among others through glastron goggles.
A canopy of “DISHA”, Publicity cell of IAF, will give career and induction related information amongst the people. Purpose of these activities is to develop the IAF Brand amongst the students and aspirants. Another attraction for the kids would be Mobile Gaming Zone where IAF will connect with the youth through its 3D mobile game on air combat “Indian Air Force: A Cut Above”.
Mr Abhishek Bansal, Executive Director, Pacific Group, said, “It is a matter of pride that Pacific Mall is showcasing the exclusive exhibition by Air Force where there will be the hallmark of scintillating air force display and surely the crowd will get the chance to witness the various main attractions by them.”
Other attractions at the event will be Lightweight glider, aircraft models, Scaled Models of Indian Aircraft Inventory, Microlite Aircraft, and fighter pilot costumes.
The performances by the Air Force Music Band in the evening will leave the audience mesmerized. It will give the audience a chance to listen to music that enthralls them and is a source of motivation to all the air warriors apart from boosting their spirits. Air Force Bands have also represented the nation at several international parades and concerts abroad in countries such as Finland, France, Italy, Germany, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, etc.