Deb Gohain’s paintings on Aviation Art are mostly recreation of actual operations that took place in air during wars. For example his painting titled “Attack on Government House” recreates the audacious attack by four MiG-21s on the official residence of Governor of East Pakistan in the Bangladesh Liberation war of 1971. This attack was carried out with pin point accuracy and precision while the Governor A. Malik was having a secret meeting with senior Government and Military officials. The shock of the attack was so overpowering that Governor Malik resigned on the spot. For this painting Deb Gohain had consulted the leader of the MiG formation then Wing Commander BK Bishnoi (retired as Air Vice Marshal). Similarly, for his recreation of Hunter fighter of IAF bringing down two Sabre jets of Pakistan Air Force (PAF) over Kharagpur (WB), in 1965 war with Pakistan, he contacted Flight Lieutenant Alfred Cooke (Retired) who meanwhile had immigrated to Australia and had a number of video conversations with him to ascertain the details of his fight with the Sabres. Alfred Cooke was awarded a Vir Chakra for his outstanding courage and heroism in the face of the enemy. Some of Deb Gohain’s other paintings in this category includes “ Photo Mission of Utpal Barbara”, “ Shooting down of Rafiqui by Flt Lt DN Rathore”, “Tuskers raid Peshawar”, “ Incredible saga of Heroism of Sqn Ldr AB Devayya”, “Gnat draws First Blood” etc of 1965 war and several other paintings of 1971 war and one on Kargil Operations named “Attack on Tiger Hill by Mirage 2000 ”.