Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Navy Loses Two Ace Pilots In Sagar Pawan's First Crash

Commander Suresh Kumar Maurya and Lt Cdr Rahul Nair of the Sagar Pawan team died in the team's first ever crash. Heartfelt condolences to the families of both. Cdr Maurya was 39 and Lt Cdr Nair was 34.

12 comments :

Anonymous said...

India salutes you.

Jagan said...

Condolences to the family

Bala Vignesh said...

My heartfelt condolences to the brave fliers.... Hope their family can get the strength and the understanding to cope with this lose...

Anonymous said...

its unbearable sadness to loose lives like this. R.I.P !! Brothers!!! aerobatic shows should be banned in crowded areas from now on!!!

Mohit said...

My Condolences to the Family.
Can Not India and Mr. clean Antony do something for cutting the Crash Rate.

Why are We loosing so much planes every year?

This is certainly not the way of 4th largest and strongest Air Force in this World..Its National Shame

Simranjit Singh said...

My Condolences to the family....May God bless their souls.

Gaurav said...

My Condolences to the both Families...
Its unbearable sadness to loose lives like this.

Why are We loosing so much planes every year?
...Its National Shame...

Anonymous said...

RIP. You did what others dare to do. To the Indian people and the Indian government, wake up and smell the coffee. Quit flying these death traps. These planes are ancient and don't belong in any airforce or navy. Also, move the airshow apron away from city centers and limit it to the active runaway at a controlled airport. RIP. Gone too soon.

Anonymous said...

GOD BLESS THERE FAMILY AND SOUL OF THESE BRAVE PILOTS........

WE THE INDIANS SALUTES U...........

Arindam said...

Condolences to the family. May God give their families strength to overcome this hour of grief. May the departed souls rest in peace. We salute out heroes.

Anonymous said...

Indian Military aviation is clearly suffering from a serious disease. Unless quick and effective action is taken immediately this sick saga will continue.

ivan said...

My condolences to our sea warriors families. Investigation should be done of the accident.