The Indian Air Force's (IAF) Wing Commander Gajanand Yadava created a record by jumping from an aircraft with twin flags measuring 30x20 feet each in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, the IAF tweeted on Sunday. He achieved a new milestone.
Wing Commander Yadava is part of IAF's skydiving team 'Akashganga'.
Creating History : The IAF's Skydive team #Akashganga was formed on 10 Aug 1987. Team has achieved many mile stones, while enchanting the audience. Wg Cdr Gajanand Yadava, achieved a new mile stone & created a record of sorts by jumping with twin flags measuring 30X20 feet each.
— Indian Air Force (@IAF_MCC) December 23, 2018
The jump was undertaken from an An-32 aircraft over Malpura Drop Zone in Agra, from an altitude of 12,000 feet above the ground on December 12, 2018.
The footage was recorded by Wing Commander V Baliga. He too jumped along for aerial recording of the feat.
'Akashganga' was formed on August 10, 1987.