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PAKISTAN NAVY Promotes Two Officers To The Rank Of Rear Admiral With Immediate Effect:

PAKISTAN NAVY promotes two officers to the rank of Rear Admiral with immediate effect on Saturday, January 1, 2022, PAKISTAN NAVY Media Wing Head DGPR NAVY Rear Admiral Naeem Sarwar said in an official statement.

PAKISTAN NAVY Promotes Two Officers To The Rank Of Rear Admiral With Immediate Effect
PAKISTAN NAVY Promotes Two Officers To The Rank Of Rear Admiral With Immediate Effect

According to the details, PAKISTAN NAVY promoted Rear Admiral Faisal Amin and Rear Admiral Syed Faisal Ali Shah with immediate effect.

Details of the Newly Promoted Rear Admirals Of PAKISTAN NAVY:

  1. Rear Admiral Faisal Amin:

The newly promoted Rear Admiral Faisal Amin got commissioned in the Operations Branch of the PAKISTAN NAVY back in 1992. He is a graduate of the coveted and prestigious Command & Staff College, Quetta, National Defense University (NDU), Islamabad and Royal College of Defense Studies, UK.

Newly promoted Rear Admiral Syed Faisal Amin Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military)
 

Throughout his illustrious career, the Rear Admiral Faisal Amin got vast experience of Command and Staff Appointments.

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The prominent Staff appointments include the Assistant Chief of the Naval Staff (Operations), Principal Secretary to the Chief of the Naval Staff and Director Naval Developmental Plans (Platform) at NAVAL Headquarter Islamabad.

The major command appointments include the Commanding of PAKISTAN NAVY 18th Destroyer. He has also commanded the several warships of PAKISTAN NAVY, including the PNS ALAMGIR and PNS RAJSHAHI.

Presently, the Rear Admiral Faisal Amin is serving his due responsibility as the Additional Secretary – III at Ministry of Defense PAKISTAN (MoDP).

In recognition of his distinctive Services to his Sacred Country PAKISTAN, the Rear Admiral Faisal Amin has been decorated with the prestigious and coveted Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military).

 

  1. Rear Admiral Syed Faisal Ali Shah:

The second newly promoted Rear Admiral Syed Faisal Ali Shah got commissioned in the Operations Branch of the PAKISTAN NAVY back in 1992.

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Rear Admiral Syed Faisal Ali Shah Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military)

The Rear Admiral Syed Faisal Ali Shah got distinctive Academic Career, including the MSc in Defense and Strategic Studies from QUAID E AZAM University Islamabad, Masters in War Studies (Maritime) from Bahria University, Master of Military Studies from US and M. Phil in Public Policy & Strategic Security Management from the prestigious National Defense University Islamabad.

Rear Admiral Syed Faisal Ali Shah is a graduate of the PAKISTAN NAVY War College, National Defense University, Islamabad and US Marine Corps Command & Staff College.

Throughout his distinguished career, the Rear Admiral Faisal Ali Shah got vast experience of Command and Staff Appointments.

The major appointments, including the Commander Creeks, Commander West and he has also Command of a Marines Operational Unit. Moreover, he has also served as the Director Marines & Special Service Group (NAVY) at NAVAL HQ Islamabad and Air Attaché of PAKISTAN in Iran.

Presently, the Rear Admiral Eyed Faisal Ali Shah is serving his duty as the Director General Cantonment Gwadar (DGJCG) at Joint Staff Headquarter (JS HQ).

In recognition of his distinguished Services of his Sacred Country PAKISTAN, the Rear Admiral Syed Faisal Ali Shah has been decorated with the Coveted Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military).

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