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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2737

Pakistan Army: 24 Lady Officers completed Paratroopers Training

By Zaheerul Hassan

First batch of 24 lady officers of Pakistani Army led by Captain Sadia completed airborne course in Peshawar. Captain Kirn Ashraf lifted the shield and declared the best paratroopers.

In an impressive ceremony held at Tarbella Major General Abid Rafique, General officer Commanding of Special Services Group awarded the Para wing (Insignia) to the successful ladies officers.

At this historical moment, Chief of Army Staff, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani congratulated the officers for setting land mark, completion of training with high morale.

The officers jumped from MI-27 helicopter from the height of over 1500 feet and training was completed in Parachute Training School Peshawar.

Rigorous l training like, dragging while toeing with jeep, jumping from tower and daily tough Physical training were imported to the ladies' officers in the four weeks course.

- Asian Tribune -

Pakistan Army: 24 Lady Officers completed Paratroopers Training
Pakistan Army: 24 Lady Officers completed Paratroopers Training
Pakistan Army: 24 Lady Officers completed Paratroopers Training
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