Thursday, 6 October 2011

Indian Air Force raises new threat to Pakistan and China

New Delhi – After threatening Pakistan’s security by deploying a squadron of its fighting jets along borders with Pakistan on Sunday last, India is all set to develop the Kargil airfield as a full-fledged transport base by 2016, by when the Indian Air Force (IAF) aims to operate both medium and heavy-lift planes from there. It also plans to operate combat aircraft from Kargil sometime in the future. The IAF chief, Air Chief Marshal Norman Anil Kumar Browne, said at the annual press conference here on Monday ahead of the Air Force Day Oct 8 that the IAF will expand the 6,000-foot runway in Kargil to enable operations of all major transport aircraft From Page 1 such as the Soviet-origin IL-76 heavy-lift planes, the newly-ordered C-17 heavy-lift aircraft from the US, and the just-acquired C-130J Super Hercules. Soviet-origin medium-lift AN-32 transport planes are already being operated from the Kargil airfield.

Australian & UK Military Officials called on General Khalid Shameem Wynne

Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC), General Khalid Shameem Wynne
Lieutenant General David Morrison, Chief of Army Australia (COA), who is on a visit to Pakistan called on Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC), General Khalid Shameem Wynne at Joint Staff Headquarters. Both the leaders exchanged views on security situation especially in Afghanistan and South Asian region and explored the avenues of expansion of ongoing defence cooperation between the two countries. Other matters of mutual interest also came under discussion. Later General Sir Peter Wall, Chief of General staff, United Kingdom also called on General Khalid Shameem Wynne, he remained with the Chairman for some time and discussed matters related to common interests, with a special emphasis on the evolving geo-strategic situation of the region.

Pakistan Army uses MI 17 Helicopters in Flood Relief Operation

Pakistan Army troops are working day and night for relief and rescue operation in various flood hit areas of Sindh. As many as 2200 Army Jawans,2 MI 17 Helicopters,105 Motorized Boats, heavy vehicles and machinery, are employed in relief and rescue operation. So far 66,000 persons have been rescued and 12,839 Tons of ration has been distributed among the affectees. Pakistan Army doctors have treated more than 90,000 patients in medical camps established at Sanghar, Mir Pur Khas, Omer Kot, Mithi, Khairpur and Badin.


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Commander Royal Saudi Land Forces Meets Kayani and Wynne

Prince Lieutenant General (Staff) Khalid Bin Bandar Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, Commander Royal Saudi Land Forces called on Chief of Army Staff, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani at General Headquarters today. (05-10-2011)
Lieutenant General Khalid Bin Bandar Bin Abdul Aziz Al –Saud, Commander Royal Saudi Land Forces (RSLF), called on General Khalid Shameem Wynne, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC) at Joint Staff Headquarters and Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani at General Headquarters today and exchanged views related to matters of mutual interests. The evolving geo-strategic situation of the region also came under discussion between the leaders.

The Pride of Pakistani Nation - Salute to Pakistan Army

Our Ghazi’s and our Shaheed’s are our Pride, we salute all those sons of Motherland who has sacrificed for Pakistan. Sepoy Javed and Capt Kaleem Ullah Khan Both are a role model for us. Have a view of the Video Clip.
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