Top commanders discuss security situation

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New Delhi, May 20: Top commanders of three defence services met here on Thursday, May 19, to take stock of the security situation and discuss aspects like unified doctrine, joint warfare and rules and procedures for operations launched by the Special Forces.

The two-day Unified Commander's Conference, which began here today, also discussed the requirements of developing force structure to meet short-term and long-term challenges to prepare for all possible contingencies in the country.

"Several presentations were given by top defence brass on issues of integration of forces and joint operations. The discussions were held keeping in mind the varied security challenges faced by the nation," Defence Ministry officials said.

Defence Minister A K Antony will address the Conference on May 20.

Emphasising on tri-service operations, the Conference would also dwell upon future of Joint Headquarters, Joint Commands and Tri-Services institutes like National Defence Academy (NDA).

Secunderabd-based College of Defence Management gave presentations on the need for management education in the Services to imbibe contemporary management practises to handle the logistics in the armed forces.


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