"He urged everyone to keep abreast with the modern developments and technologies for smooth transition and better absorption of modern equipment, defence ministry spokesperson Amit Mahajan said."
Shillong, April 10 - Indian Air Force chief Arup Raha Thursday reviewed the security scenario with special reference to India's northeast with officers of the Eastern Air Command.

Air Chief Marshal Raha, here on a two-day visit, also inaugurated the commanders' conference at the command headquarters here.

He urged everyone to keep abreast with the modern developments and technologies for smooth transition and better absorption of modern equipment, defence ministry spokesperson Amit Mahajan said.

Outlining the vital role of the air force in the region, Raha updated the commanders on the security scenario with special reference to the implications in the region and gave an insight into future infrastructure development plans under the command.


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