83rd Intake of Pilot Course of Tatmadaw (Air) concluded

The graduation ceremony of Tatmadaw (air) Pilot Course No.83 was organized in Meiktila Township yesterday.
During the event, Commander-in-Chief (Air) General Maung Maung Kyaw addressed on behalf of State Administration Council Chairman Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing.
It was attended by Lt-Gen Teza Kyaw of office of Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services (Army), Commander of Central Command Maj-Gen Ko Ko Oo, Maj-Gen Myint Kyaw Tun, senior officers of Tatmadaw (Air) and Meiktila station and guests.
First, the graduate company and Guard of Honour marched into the parade ground and saluted the State Flag.
Then, Commander-in-Chief (Air) General Maung Maung Kyaw took the salute of companies and training aircraft.
He then presented the flying wings to graduated pilots one by one.
He also gave the respective awards of Pilot Course (83) to Lt Hein Myat Aung, Lt Wai Yan Htet and Lt Daw Lei Wai Aung.
In his speech, Commander-in-Chief (Air) General Maung Maung Kyaw said the trainees made efforts during the training days and now they are graduated and have to start the life of fighter pilots of Tatmadaw (Air). The fighter pilots also have to serve the flying duties of the country and accomplish the adventurous spirit and missions. They must maintain the good practices of Tatmadaw (Air) and share the skills of a fighter.
He heighted the needs to study the ethics of fighter pilots to ensure the quality, skills for the missions and training sessions, including the developing technologies.
He continued that although there were only male fighter pilots as of course (79), the female fighter pilots were trained starting course (80). There are 20 female fighter pilots so far until the course (83). The female fighter pilots who completed the flying training are currently serving the practices and missions in their respective duty assignments.
In course (83), two female fighter pilots Lt Daw Wah Wah Maw and Lt Daw Lei Wai Aung completed the training and they will become the very first fighter pilots of Tatmadaw (Air). It is such a significant achievement not only for Tatmadaw (Air) but also for the entire Tatmadaw and is also a new historical page for Tatmadaw (Air). The women pilots should be proud of their achievements and duty assignment and also should perform their duties by keeping abreast of the male pilots.
Then, he highlighted the guideline of SAC Chairman Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing regarding the preventive measures against COVID-19 pandemic, and activities of Tatmadaw (Air) in the fight against the pandemic while the government, people, Tatmadaw and other organizations work together in the processes.
He added that Tatmadaw tries hard for the stability of socio-economic status of the people and Tatmadaw (Air) will also serve the duties including the flying missions and strictly follow directives and orders without fail.
The graduate pilots will join the high-level aviation courses of the respective planes/aircraft. — MNA

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