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IAF Chief urges to maintain optimum utilisation of sophisticated combat systems

Jamnagar (Gujarat), Jan 10 (UNI) Indian Air Force Chief, Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa on Wednesday urged air warriors to put in requisite efforts to continuously upgrade professional knowledge and expertise so as to maintain the cutting edge by optimum utilisation of sophisticated combat systems.
While addressing Air warriors, on his final day visit to Jamnagar, at a Ceremonial Parade on Wednesday morning, he lauded the efforts put in by all personnel in maintaining the systems and equipment in a high state of combat readiness. The Chief also gave an overview of the planned acquisitions.

Defence Spokesperson Wing Commandar Abhishek Matiman said that the IAF chief was on a two days inspection visit of the front line IAF base, since yesterday.
He was given a ceremonial guard of honour on his arrival at the air base here.
He was accompanied by his wife Mrs Kamal Preet Dhanoa, President, Air Force Wives Welfare Association (Central) and were received by Air Commodore Sanjai Chauhan VM, Air Officer Commanding, Air Force Station Jamnagar and Mrs Anjali Chauhan President AFWWA (Local).

The Chief of the Air Staff was briefed on the present progress of operational, maintenance and administrative activities at the base.
He also visited various combat units / squadrons of the Station and interacted with the Air Warriors during Barakhana.
Mrs Dhanoa interacted with all 'Sanginis' of Air Force Wives Welfare Association and later visited various welfare ventures of the station.
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