Port Blair Chetak Flight

of the Indian Coast Guard
 

Key Facts

Short Name:
Nickname: unknown
Main Role: Liaison
Secondary Role: Search and Rescue
First Formed: 1996
Parent Unit: Coast Guard HQ
Current Status: Active

History

The Port Blair Chetak Flight was first activated aboard CGS Vivek on 12 October 1996, as the ship’s flight. On 9 October 1999, it went ashore and was renamed the Port Blair Chetak Flight. Other sources give 13 May 1996 as the date it became Port Blair Chetak Flight. The unit role is liaison/inshore SAR to the local area and visiting ICG ships.

Aircraft

Type Qty Service Badge Example Serials
HAL Chetak 1 Oct 1996 – Present    

Unit Markings

Figure 1
To be added

Main Bases

Base Duration
CGS Vivek 12 Oct 1996 – 9 Oct 99
CGAE Port Blair, Andoman Islands 9 Oct 1999 – Present

Photographs

None currently available.

More Information

References

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Other Sources

To be added.

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