Missing MiG 29K Indian Navy Pilot’s Wedding Invite Goes Viral: Cdr Nishant Singh has been missing since Thursday after his MiG 29K Indian Navy crashed into the Arabian Sea. The senior Commander Nishant Singh wrote to the young Indian Navy pilot, who was missing from 26 November following the collapse of his MiG-28K Indian Navy fighter trainer jet into the Arabian sea. Around 7 months ago, Cdr Nishant Singh sought permission to bite the bullet” from his elder in “willingly sacrifice” to morbid the bullet and “absolute peacetime”
“I intend, therefore, to drop a nuclear one on myself and I realise that just like all the split-second decisions we take up in the air in the heat of combat, I cannot afford to allow myself the luxury of time to re-evaluate my decision,” the young pilot wrote of his marriage. The letter written on May 9 resurfaced on social media ever since the young pilot went missing.
Young officers have to get the approval of their COs to get married. However, the letter titled “permission to bite the bullet” went viral for the young pilot’s humour. Giving his approval, the Commanding Officer wrote, “Saw the spark in you and always knew you were different.” Search operations are underway even over 50 hours after Commander Nishant Singh went missing on Thursday.
Navy Spokesperson’s Views
“MiG 29K Indian Navy trainer aircraft operating at sea ditched at about 1700 hrs on 26 Nov 20. One pilot safely recovered, search for the second pilot Cdr Nishant Singh, by air and surface units is in progress. An enquiry to investigate the incident is in the state,” Navy spokesperson said in a tweet on Friday, November 27. Since the young pilot was missing, the letters written on May 9 reappeared on social media.
Young officers must have their COs’ permission to marry. However, for the young pilot’s amusement, the letter titled “permission to bite the bullet. “The Commander, granting his permission, wrote: “Saw the spark in you and always knew you were different.” Even over 50 hours after Commander Nishant Singh was missing on Thursday. The search operation is underway. “On the 26th November 20, at around 1700 hours, MiG-29K trainer aircraft operating in the sea dipped. One pilot deployed in safety, and the second pilot, Cdr Nishant Singh, search in the process by aircraft and surface units.
“On the 26th November 20, at around 1700 hours, MiG 29K Indian Navy trainer aircraft operating in the sea dipped. One pilot has been recovered in safety. The second pilot, Cdr Nishant Singh, is still in search by aircraft and surface units. Therefore, the search operation has been in an active situation with naval assets including P-8I surveillance and Indian Air Force C-130J Super Hercules, amongst others. Another pilot who was missing shortly after the crash came into action. Incident investigation was ordered by the Navy.
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