In pics: Marshal of IAF Arjan Singh, 1965 war hero and India's oldest serving warriorMarshal Arjan Singh, the hero of 1965 India-Pakistan war and the only Air Force officer to be promoted to five-star rank, died on Saturday at the age of 98.
PM Modi said India would never forget Arjan Singh's excellent leadership in the 1965 war
Air Chief Marshal Arjan Singh with former US President Barrack Obama
Vice President Dr Zakir Hussain in conversation with Smt Indira Gandhi, Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting and Air Marshal Arjan Singh
Arjan Singh salutes the mortal remains of the late President A P J Abdul Kalam, the former supreme commander of the armed forces
Marshal of the Air Force Arjan Singh at Air Force Station Gwalior
Singh had led an IAF squadron into combat during the 1944 Arakan Campaign and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC) that year
Marshal of the IAF Arjan Singh was a WW II hero won our nation's gratitude for his military leadership in 1965 war, President Ram Nath Kovind tweeted.
An icon in the country's military history, Singh had led a fledgling IAF in the 1965 Indo-Pak war when he was just a 44-year-old.
Marshal of the Air Force Arjan Singh as Flight Lieutenant with pilots of No 1 Squadron by a Hawker Hurricane aircraft in World War II in Burma
Arjan Singh exchanges pleasantries with Sachin Tendulkar at the Air House At Home on October 8, 2014