SFC full form

SFC:- Strategic Force Command

The full form of SFC stands for Strategic Forces Command. The Strategic Forces Command is also sometimes called as the Strategic Nuclear Command (NCA). The Strategic Forces Command

was founded in 4th January 2003,15 years ago. The Strategic Forces Command is located in India. The Strategic Forces Command was created by the Vajpayee government. Air Marshal Teja Mohan became the first commander-in-chief of the Strategic Forces Command. The Strategic Forces Command has its responsibilities for the management and administration of the country’s tactical and strategic nuclear weapon stockpile. The directives of the NCA is operationalized under the commander-in-chief of the Strategic Forces Command who is a three-star rank officer. The Indian Armed Forces are the branch of the Secret Intelligence Service. As everything even the smallest of things need to be taken care of and organized, just like that the country’s nuclear weapon stockpile which is both an essential and destructive to the country is also needed to be maintained and administered, and that’s why the Strategic Forces Command was created which is very important to the country.

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