Nagpur: Addressing a conference of Commanders
of Maintenance Command, Indian Air Force, here this morning,
Chief of Air Staff P V Naik on Thursday stressed the need to develop
all-round capabilities for the armed forces.
He also stressed the need for proactive participation in
upgrading the knowledge base and expertise on the modern
weapon systems and sensors, as well the need to keep the
existing inventory fighting fit, a statement from Defence
PRO`s office said.
Naik lauded the efforts of the Maintenance Command for
its pivotal role in keeping weapon systems and equipment
operational, the release said.
He also called upon the airmen to absorb the latest
technologies that are coming into the armed forces, for their
maximum operational exploitation.