The Indian Navy has welcomed its first woman pilot. With sub Lieutenant Shivangi taking control of an aircraft in another significant milestone for the country's armed forces.
Shivangi who is 24 years old, will be join naval operations in a ceremony on Monday. "It's a big responsibility for all of us and i know that I have to do do well" said Shivangi.
Shivangi completed her basic training in 2018 at the Indian Naval Academy and was brought to Kochi, in southwest India's Kerala state, to train with the Indian naval air squadron, the INAS 550.