Army gets agile, lean and lethal for future warfare


The Indian Army will undertake a major restructuring of its headquarters, which will lead to the shifting of 20 per cent of young officers posted in New Delhi back to units and field formations. This restructuring is to make the Army more agile, lean and lethal for future warfare.

A new deputy chief of army staff strategy (DCOAS Strategy) post is being created who will deal with all operational and force planning. He will have the Military Operations, Military Intelligence, Strategic Planning and Operational Logistics branches, as well as the newly-created Information Warfare branch under him.

At present the director-general of military operations (DGMO) and the DG (Military Intelligence) report to the Army Chief or the vice-chief. Read More

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