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Air Chief Inaugurates Swac Commanders' Conference

New Delhi, December 5: Annual Commanders` Conference of all Air Force Units under South Western Air Command (SWAC) was inaugurated by Air Chief Marshal NAK Browne, Chief of the Air Staff, on 05 Dec 13 at Gandhinagar. All Commanders of the Air Force units in the states of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Maharastra are attending the conference, which will continue up to 07 Dec 13.

Earlier on his arrival at Ahmedabad Airport, the Chief of the Air Staff and Mrs Kiran Browne, President of Air Force Wives Welfare Association(AFWWA) were received by Air Marshal Daljit Singh, AOC-in-C, SWAC and Mrs Harjeet Kaur, President AFWWA (Regional).

In his inaugural address, the Air Chief Marshal acknowledged the high degree of professionalism and hard work displayed by the Air Warriors in achieving the goals & targets and highlighted the need for operational preparedness with optimal utilisation of resources. He emphasised the need to keep abreast with the latest technologies and focused on the exacting demands that the latest technology places, while the IAF marches through a transition phase of large scale upgradation of capabilities and infrastructure. The Chief underlined his vision statement `People First, Mission Always` and urged upon every Air Warrior to imbibe the qualities of discipline and integrity.

The annual conference is a forum for the Station Commanders to exchange views on operations, maintenance and administrative matters requiring deliberation with Senior Officers at Command Headquarters. During the conference, the Air Chief awarded trophies to various units for their noteworthy performance in different aspects of operations, maintenance and administration.

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