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The upcoming IAF heritage center in Chandigarh gets first GNAT vintage aircraft

The upcoming Indian Air Force (IAF) heritage center is all set for the take-off. It will have vintage aircrafts of the IAF and flight simulator. This center is being established in Sector 18 of Chandigarh and has received its first vintage aircraft.  

The iconic vintage aircraft from 1971, which shot many Pakistani Sabre aircraft, has now arrived at the heritage center. A second review meeting regarding the heritage center took place on Wednesday between the IAF and the Union Territory (UT) administration under the chairmanship of UT advisor Dharam Pal. 

An IAF team, led by Group Captain PS Lamba from Chandimandir cantonment, had the expert members for installation of this vintage aircraft and vintage simulator from Ambala and Bhuj. Special care will be provided to safeguard the heritage value of the building, which now houses the IAF heritage center. 

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