New Delhi, Oct 30 : The three wings of the Indian defense forces including the army, the navy and the air force are holding separate annual conferences here today to address matters of national security.
Army Chief General Deepak Kapoor, Chief Navy Chief Admiral Sureesh Mehta and Air Chief Marshal Fali H Major chaired the respective conferences.
Lieutenant General SPS Dhillon, deputy chief of Army Staff, said that the aim was to take a stock of the operational capabilities during the four day Army commanders' conference
"We will address matters of national security, both at strategic level and operational level. It will be an intellectual exercise. Deliberations would include progress on decisions taken in the past for the previous conferences and take them further so that we can progress from here on," Dhillon added.
The chiefs of army, navy and air force would then hold a joint conference on the 1st of November.