Let's salute to our Indian Army together, We are proud to be Indian.

Air Marshal Minoo Merwan Engineer PVSM, MVC, DFC (1921–1997) is the most decorated officer of Indian Air Force till date, and the younger brother of 1960-1964 IAF Chief (and Indian Ambassador to Iran) Aspy Engineer. He joined Royal Indian Air Force in 1940 and served in Burma in the world war. He was awarded the DFC for his part in the Arakan operations. Later in 1948 he served in Jammu and Kashmir front. He was the Station Commander at Srinagar Airfield then. He was awarded the Mahavir Chakra for his services there. He was made Air Marshal in 1964 and appointed as AOC-in chief of Eastern Air Command. For his services in the Eastern sector, he was awarded the Param Vishisht Seva Medal. At the time of 1971 India-Pakistan War he was AOC-in Chief of Western Air Command. He was awarded Padma Bhushan for his leadership and services.