- Narang's first posting to the US Air Force will be in Okinawa, Japan in January 2021
- Narang's family has been living in Georgia, USA for 2 generations, his early education was here
Jun 13, 2020, 03:22 PM IST
Washington. Second Lieutenant Anmol Narang will be the first Sikh to graduate from the American Military Academy. He has completed a four-year degree in nuclear engineering from the West Point Military Academy. Narang wants to work in the field of air defense systems. He will have his graduation ceremony on Saturday in the presence of President Donald Trump.
After graduation, he must complete the Basic Officer Leadership Course (BOLC) at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. After this, she will join the American Airforce. The first posting of Narang will take place in January 2021 in Okinawa, Japan. There is an American airbase here.
Narang expressed happiness over the achievement
Narang told the American NGO Sikh Coalition – I am very excited and happy to complete my graduation from West Point Academy. I feel honored when my dream is fulfilled. Georgia's Sikh community helped move forward. Boosted my confidence. It means a lot to me. By achieving this goal, I am showing the way to other American Sikhs that they can make a career in any field.
Who are you?
Narang was born in a Sikh family in Georgia. His early studies took place here. His family has been living here for two generations. Her grandfather was in the Indian Army, so she wanted to make a career in the army since childhood. When she attended high school, her family went to see Pearl Harbor National Memorial in Hawaii. From then on, he started preparing to apply at the West Point Military Academy.