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COAS General Manoj Pande Commends Retiring Officers for Their Service

General Pande also encouraged the retiring officers to remain active and engaged, suggesting that they could take on advisory roles, mentor young officers, or involve themselves in community service and educational initiatives.

In a heartfelt and inspiring address, General Manoj Pande, Chief of Army Staff (COAS), interacted with the officers who are set to superannuate on 31 May 2024, during the Retiring Officers’ Seminar (ROS). The seminar, held at the Army Headquarters, was a tribute to the decades of selfless service rendered by these distinguished officers to the nation and the Indian Army.

General Pande began his address by commending the officers for their unwavering commitment and dedication. He acknowledged the invaluable contributions made by these officers in various capacities throughout their illustrious careers.

“Your selfless service and dedication have been the cornerstone of our nation’s security and the strength of our Army. Each of you has played a pivotal role in upholding the values and traditions of our esteemed institution,” General Pande remarked.

Reaffirming his faith in the retiring officers, General Pande expressed his confidence that they will continue to play a positive role in nation-building even after their retirement.

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He emphasized that their wealth of experience and leadership skills would be an asset to society. “Retirement is not the end of your service to the nation; it is merely a transition to a different phase. I am confident that you will continue to contribute to nation-building in various capacities, inspiring future generations with your wisdom and experience,” he added.

The COAS’s address was filled with messages of gratitude and encouragement. He highlighted the significance of their contributions during times of peace and conflict, emphasizing that their efforts have ensured the safety and security of the nation.

General Pande also encouraged the retiring officers to remain active and engaged, suggesting that they could take on advisory roles, mentor young officers, or involve themselves in community service and educational initiatives.

Several officers shared their reflections during the seminar, expressing their gratitude for the opportunities and experiences they had in the Indian Army.

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They reminisced about their journey, the camaraderie, and the sense of purpose that defined their careers. “Serving in the Indian Army has been the greatest honor of my life. The lessons learned and the friendships forged will remain with me forever,” one of the retiring officers stated.

As the seminar concluded, there was a sense of both nostalgia and optimism. The retiring officers, while bidding farewell to their active military careers, looked forward to new beginnings.

The event highlighted the enduring bond between the Army and its officers, underscoring the idea that service to the nation continues in many forms.

The Retiring Officers’ Seminar was a poignant reminder of the sacrifices and contributions of the Indian Army’s officers. General Manoj Pande’s words of appreciation and encouragement resonated deeply, reaffirming the belief that the spirit of service and dedication transcends retirement.

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As these officers embark on a new chapter in their lives, they carry with them the gratitude of a nation and the hope that they will continue to inspire and contribute to India’s growth and development.

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Pratham Gurung
Pratham Gurung
An avid movie buff who aspires to make it into the armed forces. Always had a knack for words so reading and writing are my favourite hobbies. Can debate on anything but not everything.
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