2 edition of Courage & devotion to duty found in the catalog.
Courage & devotion to duty
by Pahujas in association with Centre for Air Power Studies, Distributed by Hind Book House in New Delhi
Written in English
Collective biographical compilation of gallantary officers of Indian Air Force.
|Other titles||Courage and devotion to duty|
|Statement||Bharat Kumar ; message by Arjan Singh ; foreword by P.V. Naik.|
|Contributions||Kumar, Bharat., Centre for Air Power Studies (New Delhi, India)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 918 p. :|
|Number of Pages||918|
|LC Control Number||2009305274|
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Courage & Devotion to Duty ( pages) is priced at Rs. for civilians and Rs. for service personnel or their relatives. It is available with Hind Book House at A, New Friends Colony, New Delhi.
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• As a serviceman he was reliable, displaying grit, fearlessness, and devotion to duty, as well as being cheerful and optimistic. • But any investigation into his biography seems infinitely more satisfying by reason of his virtue, his courage and his devotion to duty.
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According to the official army website of Pakistan the award is given for "acts of valour, courage or devotion to duty, performed on land, at sea or in the air in the face of the enemy".Clasps: 2.Tillthere was no distinction in the medals awarded for courage or devotion to duty; the citation itself covered the reason.
Many a time a display of courage was also accompanied by devotion to duty: the two are not mutually exclusive. “It is thanks to that courage, that devotion, that duty and that love that our NHS has been unbeatable,” said Mr Johnson. “I want to pay my own thanks to the utterly brilliant doctors, leaders in the field,” he said.
“I want to thank the many nurses, men and women, whose care has been so astonishing.”.