Why India is about to witness the biggest military reform in history
5, Feb 2020, 3:03 PM
India will have an air defence command to cover all aerial operations in the Indian airspace, a peninsula command for all naval operations in the Indian Ocean region and a logistics command. Chief of Defence Staff, General Bipin Rawat said that he has been given three years to do it. The commanders of these theatres would report to their respective service chiefs. This move also aims at cutting costs and having the right sized manpower in the wake of the increasing pay and pension bills of the armed forces. On MyNation’s SimplifiedBy, let us understand what this means and how it will boost India’s defence.