AN-32: Dense forest, high hills and clouds, see – how difficult is the Rescue

AN-32: Dense forest, high hills and clouds, see - how difficult is the Rescue

AN-32: Dense forest, high hills and clouds, see - how difficult is the Rescue

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AN-32: Where the debris of this plane is found, the area is surrounded by entire mountains. There are thick forests around, the area is completely green. Therefore, the Air Force is having problems in running such a search operation.

After the debris of the AN-32 aircraft of Indian Air Force missing in Arunachal Pradesh, the search for the missing soldiers has increased sharply now. On June 3, the plane’s contact was broken, whose wreckage was found on Tuesday. Where the debris of this plane is found, the area is surrounded by entire mountains. There are thick forests around, the area is completely green. Therefore, the Air Force is having problems in running such a search operation.

Where is the debris of the plane?

Actually, this debris found near the Teto area of ​​Arunachal Pradesh. The area is surrounded by many hills, it is being told that the place at which the debris is 12000 feet high. 16 km of Taito hill This debris are found in the northeast (leopo). Now the challenge before the Air Force is to find out the 13 jawans missing out on these hills, clouds,

The video that has come from the Arunachal Pradesh government also shows that there is a thick forest around it. There are high hills, clouds are clouded, in such a situation, it can be difficult to see any debris, person. This is the reason that the Air Force took more than a week to find the debris.

Cheetah-ALH helicopter is being dispatched to the debris. Through them, the ground squad has also been put on the mission. Including Garuda commandos. This team not only includes the people of the Air Force, Indian Army, but also the help of local climbers is being taken. So that the path can be ascertained.

Explain that on June 3, MI-17 helicopter, advanced light helicopter, SU-30MKI, C 130 and Army UAV were installed to locate the missing aircraft.

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