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Squadron No. 10 Daggers
Role CAS
Aircraft OperatedMiG-27 ML
Home StationAFS Jodhpur
MottoYudhay Krutnischay –
Into war with determination
RaisedFebruary 20, 1944
Badge"The specially fashioned Winged dagger"
Notable BattlesBurma Campaign
Indo-Pakistani War of 1947
Indo-Pakistani War of 1965
Liberation War,1971

No. 10 Squadron, Indian Air Force (also called the Daggers Squadron) was the last squadron of the Indian Air Force to be created during the Second World War, and was formed in 1944. As of 2010 it operated Mikoyan MiG-27 fighter aircraft, based at the Jodhpur airforce station.

The squadron previously operated the HAL HF-24 Marut and the Hawker Tempest.

The squadron's motto is Yudhay Krutnischay ("Into War With Determination"), and its emblem is a winged dagger.

The squadron was presented with its President's Standard on 18 March 1985, at Jodhpur, on the same day as No. 11 Squadron.


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