New Delhi: In a swift action, top Air Force commanders will meet this week to discuss the current scenario on the Line of Actual Control with China and rapid operational station of the Rafale combat aircraft.
The two-days commanders’ conference has been scheduled from July 22, where they will deliberate on a range of security issues, Indian Air Force officials told ANI.
The main agenda of the meeting would be the situation on the borders with China and the forward deployments done by the force in the Eastern Ladakh and northern borders, sources said.
The Air Force has deployed its entire fleet of modern fighters like Mirage 2000, Sukhoi-30 and the MiG-29 fighters all along with the advanced and forward bases form where they have been carrying out both day and night operations.
The advanced Apache attack helicopter has also been deployed in forward bases.
The Rafale fighter jets from France will arrive in India by the end of this month, and the IAF brass will also discuss the rapid deployment and operationalisation of the same.