Airborne to Chairborne: Memoirs of a War Veteran Aviator-Lawyer of the Indian Air Force

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Xlibris Corporation, Jun 28, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 699 pages
"AIRBORNE TO CHAIRBORNE" ´Chairborne´ is not commonly used as one word but as separated ´chair borne´, but Encarta Dictionary gives the meaning of this used as one word as: "holding sedentary military job" Work at a desk in an office job in the armed forces rather than having combat or field duties. Since, I started my lawyer´s career within the air force going into the Department of the Judge Advocate, I think it is appropriately used.
 

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Contents

The Think Tank Course
Shimla and then a Runaround to Delhi
Department of the Judge Advocate General of the Air Force
The Commander
First Time into MaintenanceThe Saviors
The Courtmartial Guilty or Not Guilty?
The Final Years
Book Three

Lucky to Continue in the
The Rhinos
England Here I am
Pioneers in Interdication
A Peep Behind the Iron Curtain
A ShortLived Stay in the llyushin 14 Squadron
Back to FiveThe Active Tenure
Commanding the National Cadet Corps
The Second Round
The Night RaidersGood Morning Peshawar
The Family and
The New Profession
Whence Dharma Thence Victory
Forced to Become a Criminal Cases Appellant Lawyer
Becoming a Divorce Lawyer
CourtsmartialCivilian Counsel
The Land of the FreeIs It Really
References
Message from Air Chief Marshal
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