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Army commanders' conference to review operational preparedness.

Byline: ANI

New Delhi, Oct 20 (ANI): The Army commanders conference, which will be held at New Delhi from October 21-24, will review the operational preparedness of the Army along with the operational plans and modernisation of weapons.

Chief of the Army Staff General Deepak Kapoor will chair the four-day conference.

The conference will essentially focus on macro level issues pertaining to military strategy, operational logistics and matters impacting the welfare and enhancement of satisfaction level amongst all ranks.

Some of the new concepts in the operational as well as administrative levels evolved in the recent past, as also those in the formative stage will be discussed.

The conference will also deliberate on the security situation prevalent in the country and neighbouring countries.

The issues having direct impact on the welfare of troops to include physical and mental well-being will also be discussed.

Some other issues to be discussed are travel entitlements of troops, utilisation of military land, and other administrative procedural issue requiring modification.

The conference will also review the existing policies on Army Group Insurance Scheme and Army Welfare Education Society.

The Chief of Army Staff's Flight Safety Trophy for the best Army Aviation Squadron will also be presented during the conference.

The Army Chief will also release a book "Milestones of the Indian Army" on October 22. (ANI)

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