Halwara Air Force Station is situated south west of Ludhiana, and is on the Grand Trunk Road from Delhi to Amritsar at a junction of several rail lines. The town lies about 170 miles (270 km) northwest of Delhi . Halwara was in the center of action in the 65 and 71 wars. Aircraft like the Hunter, Mysteres, Canberras , MiG-21s operated from this airfield.Two aircraft are displayed at the war memorial in Halwara. A Hawker Hunter and a Sukhoi-7 flank the War Memorial obelisk in the airbase.

Sukhoi-7 [B785] and Hunter [BA233] at War Memorial

Halwara Air Force Station's War Memorial has two warbirds and a tribute to fallen aircrew.


MiG-23BN [SM276] at the Officer's Mess

Halwara was the solitary home to the MiG-23BN for years. One of then now watches over the Officers Mess of the Station.


HAL Gnat at NS Sekhon Memorial

The Birth place of Nirmal Jit Singh Sekhon, the only Param Vir Chakra awardee of the Indian Air Force


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