Pakistan armed forces fully prepared to vanquish threats: COAS
Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa and Chief of Air Staff Air Marshal Mujahid Anwar visited the field exercise area near Gujranwala on Wednesday, said ISPR.
Speaking on the occasion, the chief of army staff lauded professionalism of Army Air Defence and expressed complete satisfaction on operational readiness.
“There is need for greater cooperation, integration and synchronisation to tackle complex & fluid battlefield challenges that lie ahead. Pakistan armed forces, with the support of our great nation, are fully prepared to vanquish threats in all domains,” the COAS concluded.
#COAS & #CAS visited field exercise area near Gujranwala today. COAS & CAS witnessed ongoing field exercise, where concepts related to optimum use of Long Range Air Defence weapon systems & airspace management were practiced. The exercise manifested the concept of (1/4) pic.twitter.com/lcUGnTTWvC— DG ISPR (@OfficialDGISPR) December 16, 2020
According to the military’s media wing, the chief guests witnessed ongoing field exercise, where concepts related to optimum use of long-range air defence weapon systems and airspace management were practiced. The exercise manifested the concept of Comprehensive Layered Integrated Air Defence in which air defence weapons of all regimes were incorporated, ISPR said.
The exercise was particularly aimed at achieving synergy amongst air defence elements, manoeuvring forces & all aerial platforms including fighter aircraft, helicopters & drones, thereby mastering response against any misadventure by the enemy.