India is celebrating 88th anniversary of the Indian Air Force (IAF) on October 08.
Grand celebrations began at Hindon airbase in UP's Ghaziabad.
Two Chinook helicopters took part in flypast to mark 88th Indian Air Force Day at Hindon airbase.
Rafale fighter jet carried out a minimum radius turn within an area smaller than a hockey field forming a figure of eight, on the 88th IAF day, at Hindon airbase.
Indian Air Force fighter jet carried out vertical charlie manoeuvre at Hindon Air Base in Ghaziabad, as IAF celebrates its 88th anniversary today.
Flares fired by the Eklavya formation including Apache and Mi-35 attack helicopters at the Hindon Air Base in Ghaziabad.
IAF was established on October 8, 1932, under colonial rule.
It was given the prefix 'Royal' by King George VI for its contribution during the Second World War.
The prefix was later dropped in 1950 when India became a republic.