New Delhi : The Government on Tuesday revised the Joint Doctrine of the Indian Armed Forces for joint planning and conduct of all operations in all areas of conflict, be it land, air, sea, space or cyber-space.

The doctrine will also serve as a reference document for all the three services to plan integrated options. The document must be secret lest the enemies get the advantage and so its details were not spelled out. Naval chief admiral Sunil Lanba, who is the chairman of the Chiefs of Staff Committee (COSC) released the revised version of the doctrine 2017 in the presence of Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, Air Force chief marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa.

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