Sky-high! Shivangi Singh to be the first lady pilot to fly Rafale fighter jet
Flight Lieutenant Shivangi Singh has made history by turning into the main lady pilot to join Rafale’s ‘Brilliant Arrows’ Squadron in Ambala. Shivangi belongs to Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh. Shivangi’s mom has expressed happiness over the turn of development and said that her girl consistently wanted to turn into a warrior airplane pilot.
Flt Lt Shivangi was appointed into the IAF in 2017 as a feature of the second group of ladies’ military pilots and she is at present going through change preparing. Flt Lt Shivangi is at present sent at Rajasthan Air Base.
Subsequent to finishing her tutoring in Varanasi, Flt Lt Shivangi joined the lofty Banaras Hindu University (BHU), where she was essential for the 7 UP Air Squadron in the National Cadet Corps. In 2016, she joined the Air Force Academy to prepare.
Flt Lt Shivangi was also an aspect of the 7 UP Air Squadron in the National Cadet Corps at BHU. She was a NCC cadet from BHU from 2013 to 2015 and did her BSc from Sunbeam in Bhagwanpur. In 2013, Shivangi had spoken to the Uttar Pradesh group in the Republic Day Parade in Delhi.
On December 16, 2017, Shivangi got the title of military pilot at Air Force Academy in Hyderabad. Flt Lt Shivangi is as of now a military pilot of MiG-21. Flt Lt Shivangi’s dad Kumareshwar Singh said that he is glad for the achievements of his little girl. Flt Lt Shivangi’s mom Seema Singh is a housewife and sibling Mayank concentrates in Class 12 in Varanasi.