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CAS AIR CHIEF MARSHAL Zaheer Ahmed Babar Addresses Faculty And Course Members Of 50th PN Staff Course at PAKISTAN NAVY War College Lahore:

CHIEF OF AIR STAFF (CAS) Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmed Babar addressed the Faculty and Course members of the 50th PAKISTAN NAVY Staff Course at PAKISTAN NAVY War College (PNWC), Lahore on Thursday, 17th June, 2021, PAKISTAN NAVY Media Wing Head DGPR NAVY said in an official statement.

According to the details released by the PAKISTAN NAVY Media Wing Head DGPR NAVY, CHIEF OF AIR STAFF (CAS) Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmed Babar addressed the faculty and course members of PN 50th Staff Course at PAKISTAN NAVY War College Lahore.

While addressing the audience, CAS Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmed Babar highly acknowledged and appreciated the top quality level of training and academic stimulus being undertaken at PAKISTAN NAVY War College (PNWC), Lahore.

CAS Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmed Babar also commended the distinctive and exemplary Services of PAKISTAN NAVY to safeguard the Sacred Maritime Frontiers of PAKISTAN from all known and unknown threats.

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CAS AIR CHIEF MARSHAL Zaheer Ahmed Babar Addresses Faculty And Course Members Of 50th PN Staff Course at PAKISTAN NAVY War College Lahore
CAS AIR CHIEF MARSHAL Zaheer Ahmed Babar Addresses Faculty And Course Members Of 50th PN Staff Course at PAKISTAN NAVY War College Lahore

By speaking on the technological advancements and the Security Challenges posed to the Sacred Country PAKISTAN, CAS Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmed Babar expressed his deep and sound confidence in the battle preparedness and combat readiness of PAKISTAN ARMED FORCES to handle all the Kinetic and non-Kinetic warfare challenges.

CAS Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmed Babar highlighted that the Sacred TRI-ARMED FORCES of PAKISTAN remain a pivot to Defend the Sovereignty and Territorial Integrity of the Sacred Country PAKISTAN.

“AIR CHIEF expressed his confidence in combat potential of PAK ARMED FORCES. He emphasized that Armed Forces remain poised to Defend the Sovereignty of the Nation. ACM appraised that PAF is a professional force having the capacity to timely respond to any aggression from adversaries,” DGPR NAVY said.

By apprising the audience about the capacity and capability of PAKISTAN AIR FORCE, CAS Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmed Babar said PAKISTAN AIR FORCE is a complete lethal, potent and capable force that has the complete capacity, will and capability to respond to any nefarious designs against the Sacred Country PAKISTAN with Iron hands.

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PAF Chief commends PN’s valuable services to guard Sacred maritime frontiers of PAKISTAN
PAF Chief commends PN’s valuable services to guard Sacred maritime frontiers of PAKISTAN

Earlier, on the arrival at PAKISTAN NAVY War College, CHIEF OF AIR STAF (CAS) Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmed Babar was warmly received, welcomed and received by the Commandant PAKISTAN NAVY War College (PNWC), Rear Admiral Muhammad Zubair Shafique.

PAKISTAN NAVY War College (PNWC) Lahore is a premier and prestigious War Studies institute of PAKISTAN NAVY involved in providing World Class Military and Professional Training to the Officers of PAKISTAN NAVY, PAKISTAN AIR FORCE and PAKISTAN ARMY, along with the Officers from Key Friendly countries, that makes them able to hold future Key Command and Staff Appointments in the Militaries of their respective countries.

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