Armed Forces Flag Day is dedicated to honor the soldiers, sailors and airmen. On this day, people unite to explore rehabilitation options for war victims and promote the well-being of ex-servicemen personnel. People come together on this day to sell coupon flags, stickers, and other items all over the country to gather funds for the betterment of the armed forces. On Flag Day, all three branches of the Indian armed forces—the Indian Army, the Indian Air Force, and the Indian Navy—organize a variety of shows, carnivals, dramas, and other entertainment programs to showcase the efforts of their personnel in ensuring national security to the general public.

Since 1949, 7th December is observed as the Armed Forces Flag Day throughout the country to honor the martyrs and the men in uniform who valiantly fought & continue to fight on our borders to safeguard the country’s honor. Soldiers are one of the greatest assets of any country. They are the guardians of the nation and protect its citizens at all costs. To fulfil their duties, soldiers have sacrificed a lot of

things in their lives. The country is forever indebted to these gallant heroes who lay down their lives in the service towards the motherland.

It is our duty to not only show our admiration for the martyrs and the living heroes who were wounded while doing their duties but also their families who have been a crucial part of this sacrifice. Apart from Government measures at the Centre and the State level, it is the collective duty of every citizen of our country to make his/her unstinted and voluntary contribution towards providing care, support, rehabilitation and financial aid. Flag Day brings to the forefront our commitment of looking after our war disabled Soldiers, Veer Naris and the families of Martyrs who have sacrificed their lives for the country.

And also International Civil Aviation Day is celebrated every year on December

7 to emphasize the role of civil aviation in 21st-century transportation and its significance in connecting people, fostering social and economic development globally. This year’s celebration focuses on the theme of “Advancing Innovation for Global Aviation Development.”