New Delhi: The Indian Air Force (IAF) brass at its two-day Commanders Conference that kicked off on Thursday is set to discuss the training plan for the new inductions in the force including the Rafale jets and S-400 Triumf missile system. The IAF is set to get the S-400 Triumf missile system and the Chinook and Apache helicopters besides the Rafale fighter jets. The top officers of the IAF will discuss ways to “suitably refine the training pattern” in order to “maintain the edge over adversaries”.

Addressing the conference on Thursday, Air Force chief B.S. Dhanoa emphasised the need for robust training of IAF personnel in order to maintain its operational competence. He reiterated the need for holding an operational edge over adversaries through focused operational training. Dhanoa underlined the need for joint training with the Army and the Navy in order to “enhance the synergy between the services for ensuring national security”.

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