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CNS Admiral Abbasi inaugurated PAKISTAN NAVY’s Long Term Evolution (LTE) Network Operation Centre In Karachi:

CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF (CNS) Admiral Zaffar Mehmood Abbasi inaugurated the PAKISTAN NAVY’s Long Term Evolution (LTE) Network Technology in Karachi, DGPR NAVY Rear Admiral Arshid Javed said in an official statement on Twitter handler.

PAKISTAN NAVY LTE Operation Centre

The prestigious inauguration ceremony held at Bahria Auditorium, where PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mehmood Abbasi inaugurated the LTE Network for PAKISTAN NAVY and he also conferred Prestigious awards to the PAKISTAN NAVY Personnel.

The newly inaugurated PAKISTAN NAVY’s LTE Network will significantly enhance the Warfare Capability of PAKISTAN NAVAL FORCES and its Fleet.

Furthermore, PAKISTAN NAVY’s LTE Technology will also help to provide information superiority against the enemy in both asymmetric and conventional threat situations.

Speaking on the occasion, CNS Admiral Zaffar Mehmood Abbasi said that the newly launched LTE Network facility will significantly boost the Information Warfare Capability of PAKISTAN NAVY in both unconventional and conventional Warfare.

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PAKISTAN NAVY inaugurated LTE Operation Centre in Karachi
PAKISTAN NAVY inaugurated LTE Operation Centre in Karachi

“CNS Adm Zafar Mahmood Abbasi inaugurated Long Term Evolution (LTE) Network at Khi. The CNS highlighted that PN’s capability will enhance in Network Centric Warfare & info superiority in conventional & asymmetric threats. CNS also directed Commands to optimally utilize LTE Network,” DGPR Rear Admiral Arshid Javed quoted CNS Admiral Zaffar Mehmood Abbasi.

 

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In an impressive Investiture Ceremony held at Bahria Auditorium, Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi conferred military awards upon Pakistan Navy personnel. The Naval Chief also inaugurated Pakistan Navy’s Long Term Evolution (LTE) Network in Karachi. The Naval Chief, while inaugurating the LTE Network emphasized that LTE technology will greatly enhance Pakistan Navy’s Network Centre Warfare capability and provide information superiority against the enemy in both conventional and asymmetric threat situations. He emphasized on the Commanders at all tiers to optimally utilize this capability taking due cognizance of information security aspects. Earlier during the Investiture ceremony, the recipients of Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military) were Cdre Nasar Mahmood, Cdre Syed Faisal Ali Shah, Cdre Raas Karim, Cdre Shifaat Ali Khan, Cdre Amir Mahmood, Cdre Rashid Mahmood, Cdre Zafar Iqbal, Cdre Kamran Ahmed, Cdre Khan Mahmood Asif, Cdre Anwaar Ali Sabir, Cdre Muhammad Nauman Rafique, Cdre mtiaz Ali, Cdre Hammad Ahmad and Cdre ljaz Ahmad. The recipients of Tamgha-i-Imtiaz (Military) were Capt Imran Javed PN, Capt Muhammad Azhar PN,Capt Atif Naveed Hadis PN, Capt Muhammad Hussain PN, Capt Shaikh Muhammad Jawad PN, Cdr Muhammad Hassan PN, Cdr Muhammad Tahir Fayyaz PN, Cdr Muhammad Zia ul Haq PN, Cdr Muhammad Adil Siddiqui PN, Cdr Khurram Shehzad PN, Cdr Hasan Shaheen PN, Cdr Farhan PN, Cdr Muhammad Kaleem Ahmed PN, Cdr Ahmed Raza Tahir PN, Cdr Imran Khan PN, Cdr Akber Mirza PN, Lt Cdr Qaiser Waheed PN, Lt Cdr Areeb Ashraf Cheema PN, Lt Cdr Atif Muhammad Sarwar Baig PN and Lt Cdr Muhammad Shakil PN. The recipients of Tamgha-i-Basalat were Capt Amir Iqbal Khan PN, Lt Cdr Zulfiqar Ali PN, Lt Jamshid Hussain PN, Lt Bilal Nazir PN, Lt Noman Majeed PN, Mahboob Hussain CSFA and Perveez Ahmed CDT-I. 47 Awards of TK(M)-I, 69 awards of TK(M)-II and 31 awards of TK(M)-III have also been conferred upon Master Chief Petty Officers, Chief Petty Officers and Sailors. Letters of Commendation from Chief of the Naval Staff have been awarded to 63 Officers, Master Chief Petty Officers, Chief Petty Officers, Sailors and Navy Civilians.

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During the occasion, PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mehmood Abbasi called upon all the Commanders of all ranks to optimally use this state of the art capability with due cognizance of information security aspects.

CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF (CNS) Admiral Zaffar Mehmood Abbasi added that the addition of LTE Network has added the much needed punch to PAKISTAN NAVAL FORCES and PAKISTAN NAVAL FLEET and with the acquiring of this technology, PAKISTAN NAVY has an upper hand than its arch rival india in the domain of information warfare.

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