Coast Guard Air Squadron 750

of the Indian Coast Guard
 

Key Facts

Short Name:
Nickname: unknown
Main Role: Maritime Patrol
Secondary Role: Surveillance
First Formed: 1986
Parent Unit: Coast Guard HQ
Current Status: Active

History

Coast Guard Air Squadron 750 (CGAS 750) was first commissioned on 18 July 1986 at Santa Cruz airport, Mumbai. It’s initial equipment was the two German-built Do 228-101s. The third German Dornier arrived in July 1987. In mid 1988 the unit received the first two HAL-built Do 228-101. In January 1987 (some sources state June) the unit moved to a new permanent base at Daman. The unit role is maritime patrol of the Western coast of India.

Aircraft

Type Qty Service Badge Example Serials
Dornier Do 228-101 5 July 1986 – Present   CG 755

Unit Markings

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Main Bases

Base Duration
Santa Cruz Airport, Mumbai (Bombay) July 1986 – January 1987
CGAS Daman (Bombay) January 1987 – Present

Photographs

None currently available.

More Information

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Other Sources

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