Integration of arms, providers crucial for befitting response: COAS

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa has emphasised on efficient integration of varied arms and providers throughout coaching, saying it’s “imperative for befitting response to an adversary during the war”.

According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the military chief remarked throughout his go to to Pano Aqil in Sukkur, Sindh on Tuesday.

The COAS was given detailed briefing on operational preparedness of the desert formation coaching in subject, added the army’s media wing. He additionally witnessed coaching of formation at Field Firing Ranges, Salehpat.

The taking part troops, the ISPR mentioned, demonstrated built-in battle drills by varied parts as a part of the defensive battle within the desert together with hearth and manoeuvre.

While interacting with troops, Gen Qamar appreciated their fight readiness, coaching requirements and excessive morale whereas coaching beneath such powerful situations.

He additionally planted a tree as a part of the Sarsabz-o-Shadab Pakistan marketing campaign.

The military chief counseled formation for the endeavor in unfavourable desert situations geared toward preservation of atmosphere and strengthening defence of the realm.

Later, Gen Qamar visited household of Sepoy Hizb Ullah Jatoi Shaheed in Dattar Dino village in Pano Aqil, who embraced martyrdom on fifth September on account of an IED assault on Frontier Corps (FC) troops deployed in Quetta.

He inquired in regards to the well-being of the household and directed all involved to make sure welfare of the households of Shuhada who’ve sacrificed their lives for the defence of the motherland, the ISPR mentioned.

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