PAKISTAN NAVY Promoted Commodore Faisal Abbasi Promoted Rank Of Rear Admiral:

PAKISTAN NAVY announced major level promotions in the organization. In a recent development, PAKISTAN NAVY Commodore Muhammad Faisal Abbasi Sitara E Imtiaz (MILITARY) has been promoted to the rank of Rear Admiral on Friday, 17th January, 2020, PAKISTAN ARMY Spokesperson Director General Public Relations (DG PR) Rear Admiral Arshid Javed said in an official statement via the official Twitter Account.

According to the details issued by PAKISTAN NAVY, Rear Admiral Faisal Abbasi got commissioned in Operations Branch back in 1991. Rear Admiral Faisal Abbasi SI (M) is a graduate of PAKISTAN NAVY War College Lahore the he also attended the prestigious Academic Institution of National Defense University (NDU) Islamabad.

The Rear Admiral Faisal Abbasi SI (M) followed an outstanding and remarkable career during his tenure in the service.

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Rear Admiral also got vast and valuable experience of holding major level Staff and Command appointments in the organization.

As far as the major level Command Appointments of Rear Admiral Faisal Abbasi SI (M) is concerned; the newly appointed Rear Admiral Faisal Abbasi commanded the 25th Destroyer Squadron as Commander, PNS MUNSIF as Commander and PNS KHAIBAR as Commander.

The Rear Admiral Faisal Abbasi SI (M) also served in Key Staff Appointments, included the Directing Staff at the Prestigious National Defense University (NDU) Islamabad and he has also been appointed as Flag Officer Sea Training at Karachi.

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