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Flight of spirits! The dream of 2008 will now be fulfilled, Disha will lead the marching team on Republic Day

Flight of spirits!  The dream of 2008 will now be fulfilled, Disha will lead the marching team on Republic Day


Disha will lead the marching contingent of the Navy on Republic Day. Very excited on this occasion and calling it an unforgettable moment.

India

oi-Neeraj Kumar Yadav

Published: Saturday, January 21, 2023, 16:09 [IST]

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It is said that if any work is done with dedication and hard work, then nothing can stop you from fulfilling your dreams. This saying fits perfectly on Disha Amrit. He had joined as a young NCC cadet in 2008. Disha’s dream since childhood was to parade the army on the path of duty. Finally, his dream is now coming true. Because she will lead the marching contingent of the Navy in the Republic Day Parade on 26 January. He is designated on the duty path as Lt. Cdr.

Lieutenant Commander Disha, 29, is a Naval Air Operations Officer. He is currently posted in the Tri-Services Andaman and Nicobar Command. She will lead a 144-member contingent of young sailors. In which three women and five men will also be included. All of them are taking training as ‘Agniveer’. While another woman officer Sub-Lieutenant Valli Meena S will be one of the three platoon commanders.

The Navy’s tableau also has ‘Women Power’ as the central theme. While showcasing the Navy’s multi-dimensional capabilities as well as ‘Make in India’ platforms such as the Scorpene or Kalvari submarines and Nilgiri class of frigates have been highlighted.

About 30 women officers are posted on front-line warships. The Navy inducts them as aircraft and helicopter pilots and air operations officers. But Lt Cdr Disha wants to be identified as “an officer” rather than “a woman officer”.

“I am equal to my male counterparts. I have proved it,” she said, adding that leading the Navy’s marching contingent was one of the most special moments of her life.

Let us tell you that Disha has graduated in Computer Science Engineering from BMS College of Engineering, Karnataka. He said, “Since 2008, I have dreamed of being a part of the Republic Day contingent of the Armed Forces. My father also wanted to join the armed forces, but he could not. I am proud to be a part of the Navy and will continue to serve with zeal and dedication.

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lt cdr disha amrith will lead the marching team on republic day

Story first published: Saturday, January 21, 2023, 16:09 [IST]

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