New Delhi, Oct 26 (ANI): The four-day biannual Indian Air Force (IAF) Commanders Conference began in New Delhi on Tuesday.
The Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal P.V. Naik, addressed the commanders and reviewed the overall progress of the IAF.
The commanders will discuss and debate key issues encompassing IAF's operations, maintenance and administration.
The IAF is vigorously pursuing its modernisation plans to enhance its strategic capabilities.
India is on the cusp of signing a deal with France expected to be worth over $2.1 billion for upgrading the 50 Mirage-2000 aircraft of the Indian Air Force.
The Conference, attended by the top brass, would also introspect progress made in key spheres and outline future action plans.
Apart from this, flight safety, maintenance, administrative and logistical issues will also be taken up for discussion. (ANI)