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    Anonymous

    seriously, maza aa gaya yaar.

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    Jagan

    wow, what a read! truly amazing stuff.

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    Anonymous

    Couldn't agree more!! Thanks for the story … and even more thanks to Adm Ramsagar and his colleagues, for what they did, all those years ago!!

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    Anonymous

    a nation salutes people like adm ramsagar. how proud every indian would be feeling to read such accounts. makes the heart burst with pride.

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    Commander Jani

    An excellent and a vivid description of "War Ops"….. Makes any Indian proud of "Men (and women) in uniform."
    Jai Hind
    Kujad Jani, IN (Rtd.)

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    Jitin Pillai

    Thanx a lot Shiv…..
    A great one. Keep posting more of these. Again Thanx

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    Bobby

    thanks for reproducing the article shiv….my uncle was an ALize pilot during the war…other than the troublesome boiler of the Vikrant, there were also couple of tragic incidents including a gruesome "chopping" incident after a night sortie and a big explosion during the charging operation, which damaged the landing ramp sending chunks of steel flying in all directions…one of my dad's friend lost part of his right hand during that incident.

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    Anonymous

    Adm Ramsagar Sir
    Wonderful to read our exploits during 1971 war.I had the privilege of being your Chief in charge of Electrical section,a proud ex Cobra of 1971 vintage.Though I read this artical after 41 years!!! Lots of what you wrote rolled back like a live video.All I can say is…WOW THOSE WERE THE DAYS.
    Thank you Sir
    M.J.Poonacha
    Ex EAA2.INAS310
    email: [email protected]

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