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36th Senior Officers’ study period concludes at College of Air Warfare

The SOSP was attended by 22 officers of the rank of Air Commodore and equivalent from the three services.

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Hyderabad: The 36th Senior Officers’ Study Period (SOSP) conducted by the College of Air Warfare (CAW), Secunderabad concluded here on Thursday.

The SOSP which began on November 8, concluded with the closing address by Air Vice Marshal KSK Suresh, Commandant, CAW, a Defence release said here.

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In his opening address, Air Vice Marshal Suresh emphasized that this Senior Officers’ Study Period should serve as a useful forum for all participants for scholarly interaction and to gain a fresh insight into contemporary issues of geo-political and military significance.

The strategic level interactive programme was to provide the course participants a forum to broaden their outlook and perceptions on significant dimensions of national security and current developments at the regional and global level, the Air Vice Marshal added.

The SOSP was attended by 22 officers of the rank of Air Commodore and equivalent from the three services.

In consonance with the objectives of the programme, several speakers of National and International repute including Lieutenant General Devendra Pratap Pandey, Air Marshal TD Joseph (Retd), Air Vice Marshal R Isser (Retd), Air Commodore K Prem Kumar, R Chandrashekhar, Nitin Gokhale Sr Journalist, U Rajababu, Programme Director, BMD System DRDO, Amb Talmeez Ahmad IFS (Retd), Dr Manpreet Sethi, Senior Fellow CAPS and Amit Cowshish addressed the participants.

The Speakers covered diverse topics including application of Air Power in Sub Conventional Ops, Aerospace Power, Mil-Media relations, CMR: A Civil Perspective, Unrest Dynamics in J&K, India’s BMD programme, Space : The Critical Domain and Significance of QUAD.

A two-day seminar and discussion was conducted on November 15 and 16 by panelists from United Service Institution of India (USI), in which ten panelists addressed contemporary geopolitical issues on national security as well as India’s relations with its neighbours.

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