Published On: Thu, Apr 30th,

Niloofar Rahmani Creates History, Becomes First Female Pilot in Afghanistan Air Force


Kabul: Feeling fear of Taliban, not any woman in Afghanistan dared to join any official institute as employee because it is against their rules and regulations, though the militants’ ruling has over and a young lady Niloofar Rahmani has dared to join Afghan air force.

Niloofar Rahmani has created history being a first woman in air force as pilot and her that act will definitely motivate other Afghan ladies who are horrified by Taliban’s stupid rules.

The 23-year-old Niloofar posed in front of camera to show herself as a role model, wearing light brown uniform hid her eyes behind the aviator sunglasses and completed her look with a black headscarf.

She posed like a swagger because feeling so much proud to be a part of her country’s military as it’s a great honor to her.

Niloofar joined training camp in 2010 but kept everything about his military joining secret because it considered bad of women’s work in institutes, though she was confident and determined to achieve her goal and she does, whole world saluting her act.

Recently, she received award of courageous woman by US State Department as well called ‘Top Gun’ on social media.

Niloofar described at Kabul air base while talking to reporters proudly, “Ever since I was a child, when I saw a bird in the sky, I wanted to fly a plane,”

She added, “Many girls in Afghanistan have dreams… but a number of problems, threats stand in the way.”

After getting two years training named the title ‘first female fixed-wing aviator in Afghan history’ and only one who dared to join air force without feeling any kind of fear by Taliban because she want to serve her nation as every Afghan woman wishes.