Indian Coast Guard Extensive Flying Unit

of the Indian Coast Guard
 

Key Facts

Short Name:
Nickname: unknown
Main Role: Trials & Evaluation
Secondary Role: Training
First Formed: 2002
Parent Unit: Coast Guard HQ
Current Status: Active

History

The Indian Coast Guard Extensive Flying Unit (ICGEFU) was established in March 2002 to develop operational and training procedures for the introduction into regular service of the HAL Dhruv helicopter. It is presently operating from the premises of ICGAE (Goa). The Dhruv is capable of undertaking both coastal surveillance and SAR missions.

Aircraft

Type Qty Service Badge Example Serials
HAL Dhruv 3 March 2002 – Present    

Unit Markings

Figure 1
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Main Bases

Base Duration
CGAE Goa (Dabolim) March 2002 – Present

Photographs

None currently available.

More Information

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