NEW DELHI, Nov. 23 -- The integration of India's three services has been a can kicked around for decades. The Indian Chief of Air Staff, BS Dhanoa, has joined a line of distinguished voices in arguing for joint planning between the air force, army and navy as soon as possible. There are arguably fewer military reforms that would so greatly enhance India's fighting capability than the full operational integration of its warships, fighters, tanks and other platforms. Joint planning would only be the first step towards this target. All the soldiers and weapons on land and sea, in air and space, are points in a three-dimensional space. If they are collectively able to detect targets and direct firepower - or detect shipwreck survivors or tsunam...