No. 14 Squadron IAF
|No. 14 Squadron|
|Active||15 August 1951 - Present|
|Country||Republic of India|
|Branch||Indian Air Force|
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Hunters of No. 14 Squadron battled with Sabres of the PAF in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965. No. 14 Squadron was the first to be equipped with the state of the art Jaguar aircraft in 1979.
This squadron spent considerable part of their existence in Eastern India, first at Barrackpore Air Force Station, in the Calcutta suburbs and later at Kalaikunda, south-west of Calcutta. It was from this airbase they saw action, briefly during September 1965 and in December 1971. No. 14 Squadron had the unusual opportunity of being deployed at the captured PAF airbase of Jessore during the final stages of the Bangladesh war.
- "Squadrons and Helicopter Units". Bharat Rakshak. Retrieved 3 December 2015.
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