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Start with the name of Gracious Allah Aslam-O-Alaikum

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Pakistan Armed Forces

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History Pakistan Military formed the officer who fought world war II under the british raj joined the military of Pakistan giving it professionalism, experience and leader-ship. After independence, the military was supposed to have been divided between India and Pakistan with a ratio of 64% going to India and 36% for Pakistan; however it is estimated that India refused to divide it ’ s share of equipment and some analyst suggest that Pakistan inherited a mere 15% of it ’ s allocated share. Post-Independence it has fought 3wars against of India, several border Skirmishes with Afghanistan and against the soviet-union which occupied Afghanistan in 1979, an extended border skirmishes with India in 1999(Kargil war) and is currently conducting anti-terrorist operation along the border areas of Afghanistan. The Military of Pakistan has participated in several united-Nations peacekeeping operations.

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Pakistan Armed Forces Pakistan Armed forces are well dicipline able. Pakistan armed forces is mainly responsible for protect the border of country&nation. Pakistan Armed forces have three forces. Pakistan Army (1 Pakistan Air Force (2 Pakistan Navy (3

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Army PAF Navy I would like to show you formation signs of some various armed forces.

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Role of Pak Army A: Pakistan Army is the largest branch of Military and is mainly responsible for protection of the state borders, the security of administrated territories and defending the national interests of Pakistan with in the framework of it ’ s International obligations. B: To be utilized for internal security and flood duty when required.

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Sources of recruitment Pakistan ’ s Military is led by an officer corps that ’ s not restricted by social class or nobility and are appointed from a variety of sources such as service academies and direct appointment from both civilian status and the enlisted ranks.

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Structure Army Units Infantry Force Armoured Corps Regiment of Artillery Regiment of Air Defence Corps of Signals Corps of Aviation Corps of Engineers Army Medical Corps

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Role of Corps Artillery Corps: Provides fire support to attacker&defencive forces. Armoured Corps: Fights face to face with enemy. Infantry Force: fights face to face with enemy&occupied area. Air Defence: Protect anti-air craft. Aviation: Provide well&best mobilization to fighter forces. Signal Corps: Provide best communication to fighter forces. Engeenering Corps: Make easy way for attacker forces. Medical Corps: Provide medical cover to fighter forces.

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Troop Strength Pakistan ’ Military is the 7 th largest in the world and has a large number of troops deployed around the globe in Military assistance and peacekeeping operations. Pakistani Military Troop level

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Women & Minorities In The Forces Women Have Served in the Pak Army since its foundation.Currently,there is a sizeable number of women serving in the Army.Most women are recruited in the regular Army to perform Medical, Educational work,Military Police & Signals.Also minorities Served in Forces.

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Air Force Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali jinnah, said on 13April 1948,at Risalpur Military Academy. “ A country without a strong Air force is at the mercy of any aggressor, Pakistan must build up it ’ s own Air Force as quickly as possible, it must be an efficient Air Force, second to none ” .

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Introduction Pakistan Air Force (P.A.F) is the air arm of Pakistan Armed Forces and is primarily tasked with a aerial defense of Pakistan. With a secondary role to provide air support to Pak Army, Pak Navy. The P.A.F also has a tertiary role to provide strategic air transport and logistic capability.

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Organization The Air Force has about 65,000 active personnel with about 10,000 reserves. The chief of the Air Staff holds the operational and administrative powers. He is assisted by a vice chief of Air staff and 6deputy chiefs of the Air staff who control and administer the administration, operations, engineering, supply (logistics), personnel, and training divisions of the P.A.F respectively.

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Current Air craft Inventory The P.A.F today operates F-16s,F-7PGs,F-7MPs,Mirage-IIIs,JF-17 thunders,A-5Cs and Mirage-Vs around 500 to 530 fighters organized in 27 Front-Line Squadrons.

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Engineering & Maintenance capability Since, Independence the P.A.F has developed and nurtured an extensive in house engineering, maintenance and repairing capability with significant inputs and guidance from the U.S. Indigenization of in house maintenance has enabled it to maintain force levels and high service ability and reliability rates.

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Air Force Heroes SQN LDR Muhammad Mahmood Alam He is officially credited with downing nine Indian fighters six of them are hunters. Hunters of the Indian air force in air to air-combats, 5 of them in less than a mintue. FLT LT Saif Ul Azam After 1965, on the request of Jordan, Syria, Iraq and Egypt Pakistan send it ’ s some pilots on deputation who intercept the Israel air force aggression. P.A.F Flt. Lt Saiful Azam became the only pilot from the Arab side to have shot down 3IDF/IAF air craft within 72hours. Pilot Office Rashid Minhas On August20, 1971 pilot officer Rashid minhas, a pilot still under training, was taxing out a T-33 jet trainer for take-off. An instructor pilot forced his way into the rear cockpit, seized control of the air craft and having taken off, headed the air craft towards India. When failed to regain control of his air craft, Minhas had only one course of action open to him to prevent his air craft from being taken to India. He valiantly forced his air craft to crash at a point 32miles from the Indian border.

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Pakistan Navy “ Today is a historic day for Pakistan, doubly so for those of us in the navy. The dominion of Pakistan has come into being and with it a new navy-The royal Pakistan Navy-has been born. Iam proud to have been appointed to command it and serve with you at this time. In the coming months, it will be my duty and yours to build up our navy into a happy and efficient force ” . Quaid e Azam

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Introduction Pakistan Navy is the naval branch of the Military of Pakistan. It is responsible for Pakistan ’ s 1046 Kilometer(650 Miles) coastline along the Arabian sea and the defense of Important harbors. It operates a wide range of ship ’ s ranging from cruisers to destroyers as well as sub-marines.

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Personnel The Pakistan Navy has around 24,000 active personnel and 5,000 in reserve. The force includes a small naval air arm and the approximately 2,000 members Paramilitary maritime security agency, charged primarily with protecting Pakistan ’ s exclusive economic zone (EEZ). The Navy also comprises the Special Services Group Navy , a marine commando unit as well.

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Pakistan Navy in war on terror The Pakistan Navy plays an active role in the multi-national Combined Task Force. The command of the force was give to Pakistan from March24, 2006 till now.

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Tsunami Relief Activities The Navy has been involved in some peacetime operations, most notably during the tsunami tragedy that struck on December26, 2004.Pakistan sent some vessels to Sri Lanka and the Maldives to help in the rescue and relief work.

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Pakistani Armed Force relief operations and UN The Pakistan Armed Forces are the largest contributors to United Nations peacekeeping efforts, with more than 10,000 personnel deployed at this time. Other foreign deployments have consisted of Pakistan Military personnel as advisers in African and Arab countries.

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Battle against so called Taliban The Pakistan Army is fighting for the survival of the country. Raw promoting separatism in Balochistan same like as promoted separation in Bangladesh. India supports Taliban by it ’ s 24 consulates in Afghanistan, giving them hi-tech weapon and training. To make Pakistan weak. Indian agenda to achieve this goal. Now, when Pakistani Army moves into save Pashtun lives and kill these Taliban who are draining Pashtun blood and killing so many innocent Pashtun children, women and men.

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Economic Development The Army also engaged in extensive economic activities. Most of these enterprises such as educational departments and dairy farms were for the Army ’ s own use, but others performed functions beneficial to the local civilian economy. Army factories produced such goods as sugar, fertilizer and brass castings and sold them to civilian consumers.

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Gallantry Awards Nishan e Haider , highest Military decoration of Pakistan. Awarded ” to those who have performed acts of greatest heroism or most conspicuous courage in circumstances of extreme danger and have shown bravery of the highest order or devotion to the country, in the presence of the enemy on land, at sea or in the air … and scarificed their lives for this cause. This award can not be given to an alive soldier ” . Hilal e Jurat ٍ Sitara e Jurat Tamgha e Jurat

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Anybody any question about this presentation?.

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Thank You Represented By: Yasir Arfat Khan Niazi Aligarh Institute of Technology Karachi