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Friday, October 7, 2016

NCW capabilities as a concept taught to trainees at Training Command now: Air Marshal Nair

Bengaluru, Oct 7: The Indian Air Force (IAF) celebrates its 84th anniversary on October 8, having established in the year 1932. In the last eight-plus-decade, IAF extended its reach to some of the most difficult terrains in the world, signalling its supremacy and operational capabilities.
The modernisation process in the last decade alone saw the IAF upgrading its fleet and facilities, including new training standards for the air warriors. Training men to match the needs of modern times has been a challenging task for the IAF over the years.
In an interview to Mathrubhumi’s Talkathon series, Air Marshal S R K Nair, Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Headquarters Training Command, gives an insight into some of the thrust areas on focus in the IAF now. 

Full interview, here: http://bit.ly/2dAoDAp

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