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'Nurtured the dream as a 10-yr-old': Indian Navy's first woman pilot Shivangi
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India, Dec. 3 -- As a 10-year-old, she was fascinated by a chopper pilot flying a politician to address a public rally at her native village Fatehabad in Bihar's Muzaffarpur district, about 70 kms to the north-east of Patna.
The little girl, who could not differentiate between a commercial plane and a defence aircraft, had then dreamt of being a pilot.Fifteen years later, the girl -Shivangi - realised her dream when as sub-lieutenant she earned her wings on Monday and became the first woman pilot of the Indian Navy. Shivangi will fly the Dornier surveillance aircraft for maritime reconnaissance, search and rescue operations for the Indian Navy.
Shivangi was commissioned into the Indian Navy last year after her initial training and joine...
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