Indian Air Force releases AFCAT Result 2019

AFCAT Result 2019The Indian Air Force has released the Air Force Computer Aided Test (AFCAT) Result 2019 for the examination held last month. The results are available on the official website, The IAF had held the examination on February 16-17, 2019 and the AFCAT cutoff and marks will be shown after the examination in J&K, as per NTDV report. AFCAT 2019 registration was held on December 30, 2018.

Steps to Check Result

  • Go to the official website,
  • Click on candidate login, there, click on AFCAT 01/2019 on the dropdown
  • On the next page, enter your email id, password and the captcha given there
  • Click login and check your AFCAT 2019 result from next page

An officer is a member of an armed force or uniformed service who holds a position of authority. To be able to lead and control requires the ability to motivate yourself inspire others and make tough decisions efficiently.

When you join to become an Air Force Officer, the organisation helps you develop your leadership and management skills, preparing you fully to take on the challenge of leading in real life situations. Lessons in teamwork, developing communication skills and confidence, honing strategic and dynamic thinking and preparing you to face pressures with ease are grilled into an Officer during his training. The Air Force teaches you all, not only making men and women of young boys and girls but making them leaders in life. An officer’s strength of character and strong moral compass make him/her stand out from the crowd at all times.

The headquarters of the IAF is in New Delhi. For effective command and control, IAF has seven Commands, under which are various stations and units located at varied locations across the Country. The organisation’s chart shows the set up of Indian Air Force at a glance.

  • Air Headquarters
  • Western Air Command
  • Eastern Air Command
  • Central Air Command
  • South-Western Air Command
  • Southern Air Command
  • Training Command
  • Maintenance Command

As an Officer in the Indian Air Force, you will inherit a glorious heritage and timeless traditions of the IAF blended perfectly with the latest technology as well as you will strategise, lead and manage.

Depending on your qualifications, you could join one of the various branches in the IAF. Broadly the Air Force has three branches with further sub-streams

  • Flying Branch
  • Fighters
  • Transports
  • Helicopters

Ground Duty (Technical) Branch

  • Mechanical
  • Electronics

Ground Duty (Non-Technical) Branch

  • Administration
  • Accounts
  • Logistics
  • Education
  • Meteorology


As an officer in the Indian Air Force, the sky is the limit for you. You start your career as a Flying Officer and can rise up to the rank of Air Marshal. The chosen one from the Flying Branch becomes the head of the family i.e. The Chief of the Air Staff.

Rank structure for commissioned officers is:

Flying Officer (FG OFFER)

  • Taking off a career in the Air Force, this is the first rank an officer wears after successful completion of the training

Flight Lieutenant (FLT LT):

  • Beginning the climb, Flight Lieutenant is the next rank in the Indian Air Force hierarchy, where you play an important role as a member of a cohesive team

Executive Level

Squadron Leader (SQN LDR):

  • Taking on bigger responsibilities under your wings, the Squadron Leader undertakes many tasks. Now you are a senior level supervisor



Gearing up for the higher grounds the Wing Commander, the next higher rank, takes on additional responsibilities.


Group Captain (GP CAPT):

  • Taking charge of men and management, you as a Group Captain may command a medium-sized Air Force Station or be an important link in decision-making mechanism at various IAF formations

Director Level

Air Commodore (AIR CMDE):

  • An Air Commodore is the next rank and as a Principal Director, you may command a large Air Force Station, or hold Staff Appointments (Senior Level) at Air HQ/Command HQ

Air Vice Marshal (AIR VICE MSHL):

  • Only the daring few climbs this high in the Air Force hierarchy. An Air Vice Marshal is responsible for taking strategic decisions

Air Marshal (AIR MSHL):

  • Just one step below the top of the ladder, the Air Marshal commands a lot of power


Air Chief Marshal:

  • The top of the rank for the best of the best from the flying branch

The Air Chief Marshal heads the Air Force family and is responsible for all strategic and tactical decisions in times of peace

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