The ongoing international circumstance requires the Indian Air Force to plan for serious and little span tasks at a short notification, Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari said on Thursday.
In a location at a workshop, he said there would be a requirement for the power to plan for “short quick conflicts” and be prepared for long-attracted deadlock likened to what had been seen in eastern Ladakh.
Air Chief Marshal Chaudhari said the new encounters of the Indian Air Force (IAF) as well as the developing international situation ordered it to be functionally and strategically responsive consistently.
“The ongoing international circumstance requires the Indian Air Force to plan for serious and little span tasks at a short notification. This new worldview of focused energy tasks combined with negligible development time would require significant changes regarding functional coordinated factors,” he said.
The IAF boss said operations support in such a situation would be very difficult considering the way that the power had a genuinely immense and differentiated stock.
Digging into India’s security challenges along the northern lines, Air Chief Marshal Chaudhari said the IAF expected to plan for all conceivable security challenges.
“In the power, existence continuum, there would be a requirement for us to plan for short quick conflicts as well as be prepared for a long-attracted deadlock similar to what we are seeing in eastern Ladakh,” he said.
The IAF boss said there would be a need to cook for “assets connecting” and transportation for such possibilities. PTI