Director: Ezra Mir; Producer: V. Shantaram; Cinematographer: Jinaraja Bodhye; Editor: Pratap Parmar
Duration: 00:12:41; Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1; Hue: 282.506; Saturation: 0.014; Lightness: 0.347; Volume: 0.181; Cuts per Minute: 18.919
Summary: This film tells the story of the Indian Air Force Training Centre at Lahore and contains intimate glimpses of the life and training of the new recruits, and the system of study and relaxation which moulds them in a few weeks into the disciplined and proud young aviators-to-be. This part of the film also shows the initial ground training before these young men proceed to Jodhpur where they take their lessons in actual flying. The film records the care and diligence with which India's aviators are trained and shows how quickly young Indians take to the air, assuring themselves of a glorious career both during and after the War.
Commentary Spoken: Robert Stimson