ISLAMABAD: Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa on Wednesday inaugurated the Centre of Integrated Air Defence Battle Management.
“There is a need for greater cooperation, integration and synchronisation to tackle complex and fluid future battlefield challenges,” Gen Bajwa said on the occasion.
Commander of Army Air Defence Command Lt Gen Hamood Uz Zaman Khan briefed those attending the ceremony on functioning of the newly-built air defence management system.
According to the ISPR, the new management system “will provide an integrated environment for synchronised and effective articulation of Air Defence battle from top tier of command down to individual weapon system”.
Simulator complex in the facility is capable of projecting various dynamic scenarios which can be configured and developed as per the latest intricacies and challenges of Air Defence Battle, ISPR further said.
Gen Bajwa, it said, commended the professionalism of Army’s Air Defence staff and expressed complete satisfaction over operational readiness.
Army Air Defence, it said, is equipped with sophisticated, highly accurate and lethal long-range weapon systems and ready to take on any misadventure by the enemy forces in the country’s aerial frontiers.
Published in Dawn, September 23rd, 2021