Lieutenant General Ahmed Bin Harith Al-Nabhani, Chief of Staff, Sultan’s Armed Forces, Sultanate of Oman visited GHQ today and called on General...
Nation building is a daunting task. All elements of a society contribute to the collective development. The economic, social, political, administrative, religious,...
Safwat Ghayur Shaheed was a courageous Commandant of Frontier Constabulary who sacrificed his life in the line of duty. He Embraced Shahdat...
Since the beginning of the 1965 Indo-Pak War, Amritsar radar proved to be a formidable target for PAF. The high-powered Indian GCI mobile Radar equipped with Soviet origin P-35 was stationed close to Amritsar airfield, but its location was interpreted through signal intercepts and calculated to be within a circle of probability of about 2 miles.
During the Indo-Pak War of 1965, He was commanding the No 33 Fighter Wing at Sargodha. He not only actively participated in the air operations during the war but also played a key role in honing the skills of select group of fighter pilots under his command.
As Commanding Officer of the most important operational station of the Pakistan Air Force, Group Captain Muhammad Zafar Masud showed great qualities of leadership, devotion to duty and organising ability in the conduct of air operations against the enemy.
Pakistan carried out night training launch of Ghaznavi ballistic missile
Azad by Sahir Ali Bagga - Pakistan Air Force Song for 14th Aug 2019
Hum Aik Hain - Pakistan Navy Song for 14th Aug 2019
The Defenders of Pakistan - Fearless Warriors
Defence Day 2019 - Tribute to the Shuhada of Pakistan Armed Forces
Tribute to the Shuhada of Pakistan Navy - Defence Day 2019