PLANNING TO CONVERT OUR BATTLE SQUADS INTO INTEGRATED BATTLE GROUPS: ARMY CHIEF

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In an effort to organise and optimise the force, Chief of Army Staff (CoAS) General Manoj Pande announced on Sunday that “Battle Squads” would become “Integrated Battle Groups.”

Speaking at the 75th Army Day celebration held here at Govindaswami Drill Square Grounds, General Pande made the announcement.

“We are planning to convert our Battle Squads into Integrated Battle Groups, which will effectively contribute to the battlefield of the future,” Pande said in an effort to “force structure and optimization.”

Old establishments and units are being dissolved or being revamped with the appropriate changes, he continued.

According to Pande, “the Army will be right-sized so that human resource or manpower can be used properly” in order to make the “teeth-to-tail” ratio effective with modernization and technological infusion.

According to the Army chief, “our goal will be to transition from a manpower-intensive to a technologically driven Army,” adding that “our primary focus will be on our soldiers, who will be fully prepared and equipped to face the challenges of the future.”

A crucial component of this effort is the provision of contemporary weapons and equipment, for which the Indian Army is committed to developing homegrown solutions, according to Pande. “Self-reliance through modernity” will be our new guiding principle.

The Indian Army is transitioning from a “buyer-seller relationship” with the industry to partnership, the Army chief said, noting that the “Indian Defense Industry is rising up to this challenge with competence.”

“Several initiatives, including ‘hand holding,’ have been taken to further strengthen this relationship.”

He claimed that the Indian Army has complete confidence in the reliability and usability of “Made in India” weapons and gear.

The Indian Army will fight and win future wars with Indian solutions, the Army chief assured. “Niche Technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Quantum Communications, Unmanned Systems, and Directed Energy Weapons are also being indigenized,” he added.

“We are ending or changing some traditional practises, which have lost their relevance,” Pande said, “in the direction of making our processes and systems effective and efficient.”

He further stated, “We have to make our processes more effective,” to increase functional efficiency.

He stated that logistics and infrastructure development are crucial components of the Indian Army’s operational readiness and that the PM Gatishakti Initiative will enable the infrastructure needs of the force to be “aligned and coordinated with the national logistics policy.”

Pande stated that “we are ending or changing some traditional practises, which have lost their relevance” in order to make our processes and systems effective and efficient.

He added, “We have to make our processes more effective” to further emphasise the importance of functional efficiency.

He declared the infrastructure needs of the force will be “aligned and coordinated with the national logistics policy as a result of the launch of the PM Gatishakti Initiative,” pointing out that infrastructure development and logistics are crucial components of the Indian Army’s operational preparedness.

To make our processes and systems effective and efficient, Pande said, “we are ending or changing some traditional practises, which have lost their relevance.”

To emphasise the value of operational efficiency, he continued, “We must make our processes more effective.”

As a result of the launch of the PM Gatishakti Initiative, he declared, the force’s infrastructure requirements will be “aligned and coordinated with the national logistics policy,” pointing out that infrPande stated that “we are ending or changing some traditional practises, which have lost their relevance,” in order to make our processes and systems effective and efficient.

To emphasise the value of operational efficiency, he continued, “We must make our processes more effective.”

He announced the

Pandey also stated during the Army Day celebration that the Indian Army is committed to collaborating with all agencies and departments to advance the nation.

Every year on January 15, people celebrate Army Day. The first Indian Army Commander-in-Chief, General K M Cariappa, assumed his position on this date in 1949.

This Army Day and its associated events are being held outside of the national capital Delhi for the first time.

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