The IAF is committed to integration into the armed forces

The Air Force Chief of Staff said India was fully prepared to face a “two-front” war scenario involving China and Pakistan and that the focus was on l ‘improvement of the overall combat capabilities of the IAF.

The Indian Air Force (IAF) has embarked on the dramatization program and the initiative must be continued given various key aspects involving the three forces, Air Chief Marshal Vivek said on Tuesday. Ram Chaudhari.

Addressing a press conference ahead of Air Force Day on October 8, he said the IAF was fully prepared to deal with any security concerns in eastern Ladakh and that the New infrastructure created by the Chinese side in the region would not affect India’s combat readiness.

The Air Chief of Staff said India was fully prepared to face a “two-front” war scenario involving China and Pakistan and the focus was on l ‘improvement of the overall combat capabilities of the IAF.

Regarding the ambitious dramatization program, he said the IAF was fully committed to it but added that discussions are needed before new structures are put in place.

“Various options are being discussed between three forces,” said the head of the IAF.

Theater commands are planned to integrate the capabilities of the three services and ensure optimal use of their resources.

He said the IAF’s strike capability has become more powerful with the induction of Rafale jets and various weapons.

Regarding the alleged rape case in Coimbatore, he said no two-finger tests had been carried out and that disciplinary action would be taken against those found guilty in the investigation of the case.

An Indian Air Force official in Coimbatore was charged with sexually assaulting a colleague on September 10.

The 28-year-old air force officer has brought serious charges against IAF authorities, including giving her a banned finger test and also forcing her to remove the complaint against the accused flight captain.