Flying Display demonstrated at 67th Anniversary of Air Force Day

Senior General Min Aung Hlaing views demonstration of pilots at Hypobaric Chamber at the ceremony to mark 67th Anniversary of Air Force Day. Myawady
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing views demonstration of pilots at Hypobaric Chamber at the ceremony to mark 67th Anniversary of Air Force Day. Myawady

Nay Pyi Taw, 15 Dec — The 67th Anniversary of Air Force was held at the Central Command and Airbase at the central Myanmar town Meiktila Monday, with the demonstration of attack helicopters and fighter jets in the Flying Display performance.
The ceremony was attended by Command-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing.
The event was attended by chief commanders of army, navy and air forces, as well as senior military officers.
Helicopters illustrated flying skills of combats, namely Trail formation, Composite Formation and Arrow Head.
Then fighter jet pilots also demonstrated aerial performances, namely, Rolling Blend In, Half Lazy 8, Loop R/W Parallel, Loop R/W Cross, Trail Fly Past with fuming yellow, green and red smokes, and Heart Loop & Cupid.
After that, a total of 67 birds were released to commemorate the 67th Anniversary of Air Force Day.
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing also opened the Hypobaric Chamber at the Aero-medical Centre at the Meiktila Air Base, saying the crucial role of these training equipment sets for the pilots.
Hypobaric chamber can be used during aerospace or high terrestrial altitude research or training to simulate the effects of high altitude on the human body, especially hypoxia (low oxygen) and hypobaria (low ambient air pressure). Some chambers also control for temperature and relative humidity. A total of 10 persons— 10 trainees and two inside observers— can take part in each training session with this chamber. Myawady

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