Service No: IC-48679

Service: Army

Last Rank : Captain

Unit : 15 RR

Regiment : The Regiment of Artillery

Operation: Op Rakshak (J&K)

Date of Martyrdom : Dec 25, 1996

Captain G Chembian

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  • Shubhojit Bhattacharya

    2018at3:03 pm Reply

    Chembian was commissioned in 9 Fd Regt, which later changed to 9 Para Fd Regt, on 10 June 1989.
    An excellent officer with a penchant for the outdoors Chemby embodies the spirit of a true soldier.
    We did our YO together at School of Artillery, Devlali, and were in the same detachment. His quaint smile, twinkling looks spoke more than the few words he did speak once in a while.
    He had barely moved to 15RR and was in the process of taking over the duties of Adjutant when the incident of a soldier running amok occurred and he became an unwarranted casualty trying to save the actual person whom the soldier was targeting.
    He left behind his wife and a daughter (if I am not wrong).
    Miss you Chemby!

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