CJCSC Addresses Commissioning Parade at Pakistan Naval Academy

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CJCSC Addresses Commissioning Parade at Pakistan Naval Academy

newscjsccaltonavalacadmy.jpgThe 107th Midshipmen and 16th Short Service Commission Course Commissioning Parade, comprising 72 Pakistani and 28 officers from friendly countries, was held at Pakistan Naval Academy PNS RAHBAR. General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee graced the occasion as chief guest. Upon his arrival, the chief guest was received by Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah.

Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, while addressing the Passing Out Parade said, "Pakistan seeks harmonious and peaceful co-existence with all countries, especially our neighbours. However, Pakistan’s quest for peace and stability has to be in consonance with our national interest, sovereign rights and national pride. We desire to work with our allies, friends and partners to bring peace, security, stability and prosperity to the region and beyond."

Earlier in his welcome address, Commandant Pakistan Naval Academy. He apprised the audience that the commissioning term comprised 80 Midshipmen including 52 from Pakistan and 28 from allied countries. He added that 20 Cadets from Short Service Commission Officers batch are also passing out. The Commandant highlighted that cadets from Bahrain, Jordan, Maldives, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka and Turkmenistan are also undergoing training at Pakistan Naval Academy.

Later, the chief guest gave away prizes to the winners. Midshipman Ahmed Faraz was awarded the coveted Sword of Honour for his overall best performance. Whereas, Midshipman Sarmad Arif won the Academy’s Dirk, Cadet Muhammad Fazal Kabeer clinched the Commandant Gold Medal and Cadet Syed Irtaza Haider Naqvi was given Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee Gold Medal. Cadet Akmadov Mamet from Turkmenistan was awarded Chief of the Naval Staff Gold Medal.

The ceremony was attended by a large number of senior military officers, ambassadors, Defence Attachés of various countries, civil dignitaries and parents of passing out Midshipmen and Cadets.


پاک فضائیہ کے نمبر 11ملٹی رول سکواڈرن نے انٹر سکواڈرن آرمامنٹ مقابلے جیت لئے

پاک فضائیہ کے نمبر 11 ملٹی رول سکواڈرن نے انٹر سکواڈرن آرمامنٹ مقابلے جیت لئے
گزشتہ دنوں منعقدہ مقابلوں میں پاک فضائیہ کے نمبر 11 ملٹی رول سکواڈرن نے انٹر سکواڈرن آرمامنٹ مقابلہ جیت لیا۔ اختتامی تقریب پاک فضائیہ کے ایک آپریشنل ایئر بیس پر منعقد ہوئی۔ پاک فضائیہ کے سربراہ‘ ایئر چیف
مارشل سہیل امان اس موقع پر مہمانِ خصوصی تھے۔ اس موقع پر انہوں نے کہا ’’یہ مقابلے مختلف جنگی جہازوں کے پائلٹس کو فضا سے زمین پر استعمال ہونے والے ہتھیاروں کی کارکردگی کو جانچنے کا موقع فراہم کرتے ہیں۔ ان مقابلوں کا بنیادی مقصد فائٹر سکواڈرنز کی آپریشنل تیاری‘ پیشہ ورانہ مہارت اور کارکردگی کا جائزہ لینا ہے۔‘‘یاد رہے کہ اس سال JF-17تھنڈر، F-16بلاک 52اور F-16طیاروں کی شمولیت نے اس مقابلے کو خاص بنا دیا۔ مذکورہ مقابلوں کی خاص بات JF-17کی نمایاں کار کردگی تھی ۔

COAS Witnesses Passing Out Parade of Baloch Recruits

COAS Witnesses Passing Out Parade of Baloch Recruits

COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited Quetta to witness the passing out parade of Baloch recruits. The contingent included troops of Pakistan Army, FC Balochistan and Balochistan Police.


While addressing the troops he said that it was a matter of great pride for him to be part of the ceremony and to celebrate the success and happiness of Baloch brothers. “The fully alert faces of the recurits reflecting determination and resolve are a testimony to the high training standards. Pakistan Armed Forces, FC, Rangers and the Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) are not only reflective of national unity but are also its custodians,” COAS said on the occasion. He also remarked that Balochistan is making significant contribution towards national integration and progress.



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