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Skydiving World Records | (IAF) Indian Air Force Officers Wing Commander Gajanand Yadav, AK Tiwari Jumps From 17 Thousand 982 Feet

After sky diving, members of the Airforce galaxy diving team landing on the Khardungla Pass in Leh.

Two Indian Air Force officers jumped from a height of 17 thousand 982 feet to set a new world record in sky diving. Wing Commander Gajanand Yadav and Warrant Officer AK Tiwari jumped over the Khardungla Pass in Leh to break their previous record. Both officers achieved this feat on October 8 on 88th Airforce Day. Both officers are members of the Air Force’s sky-diving team Galaxy.

Wing Commander Gajanand Yadav has so far jumped from the sky more than 2900 times. He was awarded the Tenzing Norgay National Adventure Award for 2019 for achievements in the field of sky diving in August this year.

The record was also made in 2018
Wing Commander Gajanand Yadav made a record in December 2018 by sky diving with two flags. At that time he did sky diving in Agra, Uttar Pradesh with 2 flags of 30×20 feet. On 12 December 2018, he jumped from a height of 12 thousand feet in the Malpura drop zone of Agra. It was accompanied by Wing Commander V Baliga. Baliga captured this record on camera.

The Galaxy Sky Diving Team was formed in August 1987
The Galaxy team of the Airforce has 14 members. It was built in August 1987. Its team consists of cadets from the Air Force’s Paratroopers Training School. Members of the Milky Way team have shown their skill of leaping from high to high in many other countries.

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