IAF Commanders' Conference to brainstorm on future operational needs
The three-day meet is aimed at addressing the issues of IAF's operational capabilities in the times to come
The future operational capabilities and requirements of the Indian Air Force (IAF) will be discussed at the first bi-annual IAF Commanders' Conference for 2021 which begins on April 15.
To be inaugurated by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, the three-day meet of the IAF's apex level leadership will address strategies and policies related to capabilities that would give the air force a significant edge over its adversaries.
The IAF Commanders' Conference is aimed at addressing the issues of IAF's operational capabilities in the times to come, the Ministry of Defense said in a statement.
In addition to this, various welfare and Human Resource (HR) measures and steps to improve administrative efficiency will also be discussed.
The Air Force Commanders' Conference, held at the Air Headquarters, New Delhi, provides a forum to the senior leadership of the IAF to discuss critical issues pertaining to Operations, Maintenance and Administration.
The conference is attended by the Air Officers Commanding-in-Chief (AOC-in-C) of all Commands of the IAF, all Principal Staff Officers and all Director Generals posted at the Air HQ.