All Of India’s Future Armed Conflicts Would Be Jointly Executed By Indian Army, Navy And Air Force


India’s future armed conflicts are expected to be jointly executed by the Indian Army, Navy and Air Force chiefs, reports United News of India. A consensus on the same was achieved at the ongoing Indian Army Commanders Conference that is been attended by IAF Chief B S Dhanoa and Indian Navy Chief Sunil Lanba.

Comprehensively deliberating on all aspects of security dynamics, emerging security scenarios, enhancing operational capability over near and distant terms with a call for enhancement of combat edge over potential adversaries were considered the need of hour.

Also in the discussion during the talks were, combat readiness, tri-services synergy, military diplomacy, joint exercises et al. Mitigation of cyber threats, management and streamlining of communication and data security were also emphasised in the meantime. Read more

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