MS Dhoni Congratulates Indian Air Force On The Induction Of Rafale Fighter Jets
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MS Dhoni Congratulates Indian Air Force On The Induction Of Rafale Fighter Jets

MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni (Courtesy: Twitter)

MS Dhoni, former Indian captain, took to his official Twitter account on Thursday, to congratulate the Indian Air Force on the occasion of the induction of Rafale fighter jets.

The five Rafale aircraft which had arrived in India on July 27 at Ambala Air Force Station, were inducted to the Indian Air Force’s 17 Squadron ‘Golden Arrows’ on Thursday.

Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh presented an induction scroll to Group Captain Harkeerat Singh, the Commanding Officer of the 17 Squadron of the ‘Golden Arrows’ of the Indian Air Force.

 

‘Wishing The Glorious 17 Squadron(Golden Arrows) all the very best’- MS Dhoni

MS Dhoni Congratulates Indian Air Force On The Induction Of Rafale Fighter Jets
MS Dhoni (Source: Twitter)

MS Dhoni took to Twitter, where in a two-part tweet, he hailed the Indian Air Force  as the ‘world’s best fighter pilots’

“With the Final Induction Ceremony the world’s best combat proven 4.5Gen fighter plane gets the world’s best fighter pilots. In the hands of our pilots and the mix of different aircrafts with the IAF the potent bird’s lethality will only increase. Wishing The Glorious 17 Squadron(Golden Arrows) all the very best and for all of us hope the Rafale beats the service record of the Mirage 2000 but Su30MKI remains my fav and the boys get new target to dogfight with and wait for BVR engagement till their upgrade to Super Sukhoi,” MS Dhoni wrote on Twitter.

Meanwhile, MS Dhoni is all set to make a comeback to competitive cricket with the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League. The former Indian captain, who recently announced his retirement from international cricket, will be playing his first competitive game when his team Chennai Super Kings locks horns with the defending champions Mumbai Indians in the season opener on September 19.

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