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Infantry Commanders' Conference Concluded at the Infantry School, Mhow

November 15, 2023 Photo(s): By PIB, X / adgpi
General Manoj Pande, COAS presided over the 37th Infantry Commanders' Conference ICC at the Infantry School, Mhow. The two day Biennial Conference being attended by the senior leadership of Infantry focused on taking a holistic review of training, operational readiness & human resource management, along with the infusion of technology in Infantry war-fighting systems.

37th Infantry Commanders' Conference was successfully conducted on November 14 and 15, 2023 at Infantry School, Mhow. This biennial conference was presided over by General Manoj Pande, Chief of the Army Staff (COAS).

A large number of current and futuristic issues pertaining to Infantry in operations, training, capability development and infusion of technology were discussed. While assessing the capabilities of Infantry in conventional war scenario and in Counter Insurgency and Counter Terrorism operations, necessary decisions were made to further enhance the capability of Infantry in sync with the future challenges.

37th Infantry Commanders' Conference Concluded at the Infantry School, Mhow.

During the conference, the Infantry showcased its latest acquisitions in various arenas of lethality, mobility, battlefield transparency, situational awareness and survivability. The demonstration of recently acquired advanced New Generation Weapons & Equipment systems infused confidence in the emerging capabilities of Infantry to counter the adversaries.

The conference was conducted in hybrid mode and was attended by the Vice Chief of Army Staff, six General Officers Commanding-in-Chief, seventeen officers of the rank of Lieutenant Generals and fourteen officers of the rank of Major Generals besides Colonels of the Infantry Regiments and Regimental Center Commandants. While many participants were physically present at Mhow, others attended the conference in online mode from major Military Stations across the country.

During the Conference, the Infantry showcased the latest acquisitions in all arenas of situational awareness, battlefield transparency, mobility & lethality, in line with the call of future combat scenarios.

The COAS complimented the participants for the dedicated and unflinching efforts being made at all levels towards infusion and adoption of latest technology to transform the Infantry into a formidable force for the future. The forum fostered the Infantry spirit and further strengthened the bonds of the larger Infantry fraternity cutting across Regimental lines.