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61st Passing Out Parade Of PAKISTAN MARINES Held At PNS QASIM Karachi:

The 61st Passing Out Parade of PAKISTAN MARINES held at PNS QASIM, Manora, Karachi. Commander Coast (COMCOAST) Vice Admiral Faisal Rasul Lodhi graced the prestigious ceremony as the Chief Guest, PAKISTAN NAVY Director General Public Relations (DG PR) Rear Admiral Arshid Javed said in an official statement via the famous microblogging website.

The Chief Guest of the Ceremony, Commander Coast (COMCOAST) Vice Admiral Faisal Rasul Lodhi congratulated the 444 PAK Marines on successful completion of their training during the stay at the academy.

The training of the PAKISTAN MARINES batch mainly focused on special frogman operations, handling of different firearms. Watermanship, physical practice, physical conditioning, fire fighting and NBCD.

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During the occasion, the Chief Guest of the Ceremony, Commander Coast (COMCOAST) Vice Admiral Faisal Rasul Lodhi highly appreciated and lauded the Marines for passing out the batch in a professional manner.

He also added that passing out parade is the 1st milestone in a soldier’s career, amongst future challenges, to defend Sacred Maritime Frontiers of the Sacred Country PAKISTAN.

Ali Hassan Mar/UT and Muhammad Waleed Mar/UT remained the overall best and runner up during the course, respectively.

All the 444 Passed PAKISTAN MARINES will assume their new assigned duties soon.

Due to the recent and ongoing US-triggered Global Covid-19 pandemic, PAKISTAN NAVY and PAKISTAN MARINES have invited the limited number of guests to witness the Passing Out Parade of PAK MARINES and adopted the strict SOP’s recommended by the Healthcare department to contain and stop the further spread of the pandemic.

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