Tuesday, 31 July 2012

The body of Major Zahid Bari Shaheed has been recovered.

The body of Major Zahid Bari Shaheed has
been recovered.. 
May ALLAH bless him highest place in heaven..
ameen sum ameen

Monday, 30 July 2012

Today is 4th Martyrdom Anniversary of Capt Waqas Zameer Shaheed (sitara e bisalat)


Today is 4th Martyrdom Anniversary of Capt Waqas Zameer Shaheed (sitara e bisalat)!!!
Kindly pray for elevation of his ranks in Jannah ... 
May ALLAH bless his family with immense patience and courage..
ameen sum ameen....

"PAKISTAN AIR FORCE" ...Prayers for M.M Alam,Make special dua for his health plz.!

"PAKISTAN AIR FORCE"
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Greatest fighter in the history of the world PAF pilot & legend OF PAF in 1965 war squadron leader mm alam shot down 5 indians hunters less than in a mint & & over all sq leader mm.alam shot down 5 others & other 4 air crafts ..!
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Air Commodore Muhammad Mahmood Alam is a retired Pakistani fighter pilot, North American F-86 Sabre Flying ace and one-star general who served with the Pakistan Air Force. He was awarded the Sitara-e-Jurat ("The star of courage"), a Pakistani military decoration, for his actions during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965. In earning his decorations, Alam downed five Indian aircraft in less than a minute — the first four within 30 seconds — establishing a world record.
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Prayers for M.M Alam,Make special dua for his health plz.!

Sunday, 29 July 2012

We turn Flesh to Metal ~ PMA Faculty

We turn Flesh to Metal ~ PMA Faculty

Monday, 23 July 2012

How to Join Pakistan Air Force as a General Duty Pilot (GDP)

Quality of Equipment, quality of Aircraft and quality of men is the Utmost importance of Pakistan Air force; The PAF is very much selective about choosing the right men for its selection. The selection in Pakistan Air force requires a set of highly advanced set of selection procedures which advances with a high standardized procedure of training, resulting in a rewarding career in the Pakistan Air force.

Joining Pakistan Air Force as a general duty pilot is one of the most daring and brave careers in life as PAF picks out one of the finest men and women in her country, The Pakistan air force known to be one of the best air forces in the World has acquired new era’s of Human skills and initiation, As our Quaid said about Pakistan Air force “second to none” surely it is and the men our air force chose are second to none as well.
Following are the selection requirements and procedures involved in Becoming a General Duty Pilot in the Pakistan Air Force.
Age Requirements:  16 to 22 years
Nationality:

Male/Female citizens of Pakistan. (Candidates with dual nationality will have to surrender their foreign nationality upon joining the course otherwise their candidates will be cancelled).





Educational Qualification: A Candidate must have obtained at least 50% marks in aggregate in any of the following:
  • HSSC/FSC (Pre Engineering /Pre Medical)
  • Senior Cambridge in five subjects and should have passed Physics and Math’s or Biology in “A” Level.
  • Intermediate with Physics and any two of Math’s, Statistics, Biology and Computer Science. (Equivalence certificate in case of foreign qualified)
Marital Status: Unmarried Male/Female citizens of Pakistan.




Selection Procedure:
Registration at PAF Information & Selection Centre: candidates are required to register themselves in the PAF Information and selection centre’s situated in the following cities in Pakistan,

Abbotabad: 310, Mansehra Road, Near Ayub Medical complex, Abbottabad
Phone: 0992-385157
Bahawalpur: 10-A Extension Scheme Sattelite Town, Bahawalpur
Phone: 0621-9250103
Faisalabad: Main Jhang Road, Near 64 Pulley Stop, Faisalabad
Phone: 041- 9201199
Hyderabad: 49, Salahudin Road, Hyderabad
Phone: 022 – 9200936
Karachi: Main Shahra-e-Faisal, Near PAF Base, Faisal, Karachi
Phone: 021 – 99240999, 99547911
Lahore: 14, Munir Road, Munir Chowk, (Near PAF Cinema), Lahore
Phone: 042 – 99220084
Mianwali: TMA Rest House, Balu Khail Road, Committee Chowk, Mianwali
Phone: 0459 – 234397
Multan: 217, Sher Shah Road, Multan
Phone: 061 – 9201183
Peshawar: 9, The Mall, Peshawar
Phone: 091 – 9210829
Quetta: MA, Jinnah Road, Quetta
Phone:  081 – 9201753
Rawalpindi: 3, The Mall, opposite AFIC, Rawalpindi
Phone: 051 – 5701143
Sukkur: Minara Road, opposite Govt. Islamia College,Sukkur
Phone: 071 – 9310409
Intelligence Test followed by Academic Test in Physics & English: Intelligence tests are followed after the registration; these tests are conducted in the selection centers followed by Physics and English academic tests.


Preliminary Medical Examination and Interview at Selection Centre: 
Medical examinations are held by a Medical officer of the PAF in selection centers, Medical examinations usually carry out Height,weight, eye sight and chest inflation tests with other important tests, Interviews are conducted by the Officer Commanding of the Selection centres and Psychologist officers.




Tests at ISSB:
After succeeding and going through medical and intelligence tests, the successful candidates are given a call by the ISSB and are brought over for a 5 day series of tests in Kohat, Gujranwala and Malir( Karachi) any location near to the address of the candidate.





Medical Examination at CMB:
Recommended candidates are then referred to CMB (Central Medical Board) after ISSB, these examinations are held in PAF Base Masroor and is a procedure taking almost 2 to 3 days.





Flying Aptitude Test:
After Recommended by the Medical Board, successful candidates are then scheduled for flying aptitude tests that is held at PAF I&S Centre, Karachi, The flying aptitude test is the most difficult step in becoming a GD pilot, as it acquires the reflex and concentration of candidates



After the above tests, Selected and successful candidates are then finally Selected in the order of merit by the Air Headquarters and are then sent to training at the PAF academy Risalpur where they have a three and a half years of studies up to BSc and basic flying training at PAF Academy, Risalpur.

Commissioning:
On successful completion of training, the Aviation Cadets are commissioned in the GD (P) Branch of the PAF.


Recruitment Starts – Join Pakistan Air Force as Officer


136 GD(P)
Age:16 to 22 Years on 14 April, 2013
Nationality:Male / Female citizens of Pakistan
Marital Status:Single
Height:Male: 163 cm
Female: 163 cm
Note:
04 years course (02 years as aviation cadet and 02 years as Pilot Officer in respective institutions) leading to the award of BS in Aviation Sciences and Management from Air University Islamabad.
Educational QualificationsA candidate must have passed with at least 60% marks in aggregate in any of the following: 1. F.Sc (Pre-Engg/Pre-Medical/Computer Science) 2. ‘A’ level with Physics and Maths or Biology 3. F.Sc with Physics and any two subjects, i-e. Maths, Statistics, Computer Science and Biology.
82 AERONAUTICAL ENGG COURSE
Age:16 to 22 Years on 14 April, 2013
Nationality:Male / Female citizens of Pakistan
Marital Status:Single
Height:Male: 163 cm
Female: 147 cm
Note:
04 years course (02 year as aviation cadet and 02 years as Officer) at College of Aeronautical Engineering (CAE) leading to the award of BSc Engineering from NUST.
Educational QualificationsA candidate must have passed Matric in first division and FSc with minimum 65% marks in aggregate in any of the following:- 1. F.Sc (Pre-Engg) with Chemistry as a subject. 2. ‘A’ levels with Physics, Chemistry and Maths
19 AIR DEFENCE COURSE
Age:16 to 22 Years on 14 April, 2013
Nationality:Male citizens of Pakistan
Marital Status:Single
Height:Male: 163 cm
Note:
04 years course (02 year as aviation cadet and 02 years as Pilot Officer in respective institutions) leading to the award of BS in Aviation Sciences and Management from Air University Islamabad.
Educational QualificationsA candidate must have passed with at least 60% marks in aggregate in any of the following: 1. F.Sc (Pre-Engg/Pre-Medical/Computer Science) 2. ‘A’ level with Physics and Maths or Biology 3. F.Sc with Physics and any two subjects, i-e. Maths, Statistics, Computer Science and Biology.

17 ADMIN & SPECIAL DUTIES
Age:16 to 22 Years on 14 Aug, 2013
Nationality:Male citizens of Pakistan
Marital Status:Single
Height:Male: 163 cm
Note:
04 years course (02 year as aviation cadet and 02 years as Pilot Officer in respective institutions) leading to the award of BS in Aviation Sciences and Management from Air University Islamabad.
Educational QualificationsA candidate must have passed with at least 60% marks in aggregate in any of the following: 1. F.Sc (Pre-Engg/Pre-Medical/Computer Science) 2. ‘A’ level with Physics and Maths or Biology 3. F.Sc with Physics and any two subjects, i-e. Maths, Statistics, Computer Science and Biology.

Saturday, 21 July 2012

A Soldier Making 'Gola' at Siachen


A Soldier Making 'Gola' at Siachen

Capt Junaid Shaheed | SSG Commando

 Capt Junaid Shaheed | SSG Commando


Friday, 13 July 2012

Capt Mannan Shaheed in childhood.

Capt Mannan Shaheed in childhood.
Capt Mannan Shaheed 

In The Memory Of Lt. Syed Yasir Abbas Shaheed








Lieutenant Syed Yaser Abbas led the rapid response squad against terrorist intrustion into PNS Mehran (PN airbase) on the night of 22nd May, 2011. He heard the gunshots and led his jawans from the front. He received 03 bullets fighting the enemy and lost breath at PNS.

His bravery, courage, personality and sacrifice makes entire Pakistan proud. Our resolve to fight terrorists grows stronger..

WE SHALL NOT FORGET!

Thursday, 12 July 2012

Captain Mannan Shaheed.

Captain Mannan Shaheed.

Dhondo Gay Ager Mulkon Mulkon Milnay Ky Nahi Nayab Hain Hum ! ...

Wednesday, 11 July 2012

Captain Manan Shaheed with his Mother

Captain Manan Shaheed with his Mother

Dedicated to all SOLDIERS....

Dedicated to all
SOLDIERS....
If I die in a war zone,
Box me up & send me
home,
Put my medals on my
chest,
Tell my mom I did my
best,
Tell my dad not to bow,
He won't get tension
from me now,
Tell my brother to
study
perfectly,
Keys of my bike will be
his
permanently,
Tell my sis not to be
upset,
Her bro will not rise
after this sunset,
Tell my love not to cry..
"COZ I AM A SOLDIER..
BORN TO DIE..."

Monday, 9 July 2012

Prayer Request for Abdul Sattar Edhi sir,,,,,,

The Whole Nation is Praying For U Sir

Capt Khurram Shahzad Shaheed

Capt Khurram Shahzad Shaheed.. A Capable Pilot of Mi 17 helicopter.. embraced Shahadat in Orakzai Agency on 3rd July 2009 along with Capt Sohail Akbar Shaheed.. Total of 41 souls embraced Shahadat in this tragic Crash.

ABBOTTABAD

Abbottabad:
Abbottabad /əˈbɒtəbɑːd/ (UrduHindkoایبٹ آباد Ābṭābād [aːbʈaːˈbaːd̪]) is a city located in the Hazara region of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, in Pakistan. The city is situated in the Orash Valley, 50 kilometres (31 mi) northeast of the capital Islamabadand 150 kilometres (93 mi) east of Peshawar at an altitude of 1,260 metres (4,134 ft) and is the capital of the Abbottabad District. It borders Azad Kashmir to the east. The city is well-known throughout Pakistan for its pleasant weather, high-standard educational institutions and military establishments.....
Abbottabad
ایبٹ آباد
—  City  —
Abbottabad
View of Abbottabad from Sarban Hills



Coordinates: 34°9′21″N 73°13′10″E .
CountryPakistan Pakistan
ProvinceKhyber Pakhtunkhwa Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
DistrictAbbottabad
Elevation1,260 m (4,130 ft)
Time zonePST (UTC+5)
Calling code0992
Number ofUnion Councils6
Websitehttp://www.abottabad.gov.pk
Abbottabad District Government

History:
The town of Abbottabad, under the British Raj, was the headquarters of the Hazara District during British rule of India. It was named after Major James Abbott who founded the town and district in January 1853 after the annexation of  Punjab. He remained the first Deputy Commissioner of the Hazara district from 1849 until April 1853. Major Abbott is noted for having written a poem titled "Abbottabad", before he went back to Britain, in which he wrote of his fondness for the town and his sadness at having to leave it. In the early 20th century, Abbottabad became an important military cantonment and sanatorium, serving as the headquarters of a brigade in the Second Division of the Northern Army Corps.] The garrison consisted of four battalions of native infantry, of the Frontier Force (including the 5th Gurkha Rifles) and two native mountain batteries.
In 1901, the population of the town and cantonment was 7,76] and the income averaged around Rs. 14,900. This increased to Rs. 22,300 in 1903, chiefly derived from octroi. During this time chief public institutions were built such as the Albert Victor unaided Anglo-Vernacular High School, the Municipal Anglo-Vernacular High School and the Government dispensary. In 1911, the population had risen to 11,506 and the town also contained four battalions of Gurkhas.
In June 1948, the British Red Cross opened a hospital in Abbottabad to deal with thousands of patients who were being brought in from the Kashmir fighting areas.
In October 2005 Abbottabad was devastated by the Kashmir earthquake. Although most of Abbottabad survived, many older buildings were destroyed or severely damaged.
In May 2011, Abbottabad gained worldwide attention when U.S. President Barack Obama announced that Osama bin Laden had been killed in his compound in the city.[Later, Pakistani authorities demolished the house where Osama bin Laden lived for years.
Geography:
The city is bounded at all four sides by the Sarban hills, from which residents and tourists can see breathtaking views of the region and city. The location of the city and the hills allows Abbottabad to experience pleasant weather in the summer and cold winters. The Dor river flows south of Abbottabad through the town of Harnol, eventually reaching Tarbela Dam, situated west of Abbottabad. Neighbouring districts are Mansehra to the north, Muzaffarabad to the east, Haripur to the west and Rawalpindi to the south.

[edit]Topography

Abbottabad is situated in the Orash Valley lying between 34°09′N latitude and 73°13′E longitude at an altitude of 4,120 feet (1,260 m).

[edit]Climate

Abbottabad has a humid subtropical climate, with mild to warm temperatures during the spring and autumn months, hot temperatures during June and July and cool to mild temperatures during the winter. The temperature can rise as high as 35 °C (95 °F) during the mid-summer months and drop below 0 °C (32 °F) during the winter months. Snowfall can occur in January, though it is sparse, while the rare occasion of rainfall occurs during the short monsoon season stretching from July to September and frequently causes flooding.






[hide]Climate data for Abbottabad, Pakistan
MonthJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecYear
Average high °C (°F)12
(54)
14
(57)
18
(64)
23
(73)
28
(82)
33
(91)
30
(86)
28
(82)
28
(82)
25
(77)
20
(68)
15
(59)
22
(72)
Average low °C (°F)2
(36)
4
(39)
8
(46)
12
(54)
16
(61)
20
(68)
20
(68)
19
(66)
17
(63)
13
(55)
8
(46)
4
(39)
11
(52)
Precipitation mm (inches)73
(2.87)
103
(4.06)
123
(4.84)
104
(4.09)
73
(2.87)
77
(3.03)
247
(9.72)
244
(9.61)
96
(3.78)
51
(2.01)
31
(1.22)
47
(1.85)
1,269
(49.96)
Source: Weatherbase[11]


Languages

According to the 1998 Census of the 881,000 who resided in the Abbottabad District, Hindko was spoken by 94.26% of the population, followed by Potohari at 2.30%, Pashto at 2.22% and Urdu at 1.05%.Although the first language of most people in the district is Hindko, Urdu is understood and spoken fluently by majority of the residents and used in markets, offices and formal functions as the official language. English is widely used in business and education.

Government:
Abbottabad is the headquarters of Hazara Division and Abbottabad District. The District Nazim, Commissioner, Inspector General and Forest Conservator all reside in Abbottabad. The city is divided into localities, towns, colonies and neighbourhoods. In addition to the civil administration, the town is also the regimental headquarters for the Frontier Force Regiment, the Baloch Regiment and Pakistan Army Medical Corps.

Tourism:
Abbottabad has been attracting tourists to the city since the colonial era, as it is a major transit point to all major tourist regions of Pakistan such as Nathiagali, Ayubia and Naran. According to the Imperial Gazetteer of India, "the town is picturesquely situated at the southern corner of the Rash (Orash) plain, 4,120 feet (1,260 m) above the sea".
Like much of the mountainous Northern Areas, tourism is one of the important sources of income in Abbottabad. In the summer when temperatures rise to around 45 degrees Celsius in Punjab andKhyber Pakhtnkhwa, a large number of tourists travel to Abbottabad.
thandani
muree
The Karakoram Highway, which traces one of the paths of the ancient Silk Road, starts fromHasan Abdal on the N5 and heads north passing through the city, eventually reachingKhunjerab Pass. The Karakorum Highway is a major attraction itself for its views. TheKarakoram, Himalayas and the Hindu Kush ranges can be approached from Abbottabad and it continues to be a transit city for tourists, serving as a base for visiting numerous nearby places, such as Hunza, Gilgit, Skardu and Indus Kohistan, of the Karakoram Range.
Abbottabad is popular not just with visitors but with those looking to relocate. Its weather, peaceful reputation and the perceived security of a garrison have drawn many from other cities to work or educate their children. There was an influx of migrants from Azad Kashmirafter the 2005 Kashmir Earthquake, another from Swat during military operations against militants in 2009 and 2010, and also fromWaziristan after the army launched major operations against the Taliban in 2009.
Some popular tourist destinations in and around Abbottabad include: 

Sunday, 8 July 2012

Who Remembers this Guy?


Gen.Kayani Visits Dir – Praises High Morale of Troops


Chief of Army Staff, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani during his visit to Panakot Dir, yesterday (06-07-2012)-Photo ISPR.

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani visited Panakot, Dir, today.
COAS was briefed about the latest situation at Dir, with particular emphasis on measures being adopted against the threat posed by miscreants operating from safe havens across the border.
While interacting with officers and men, he praised their high morale and sense of sacrifice. He also met the local elders and thanked them for their support, emphasizing the need for enduring partnership between Army and local population for bringing complete normalcy in the area.
He categorically stated that Army is committed to bringing peace and development of the area. He stressed that Army units deployed there will not leave till terrorists are defeated and smooth transition of responsibility to civil administration takes place.
On arrival, COAS was received by Commander Peshawar Corps, Lieutenant General Khalid Rabbani and other senior officers.

photo of the day

Pak Army zindabad

Friday, 6 July 2012

Poem:We are the Lions of he forests

We are the Lions of he forests
Scorpions of he Deserts
Cheetahs of the Plains
Sharks of the Oceans
Cobras of the Jungles
Guns are our Ornaments
Bravery is Our Garmen
Boldness is our Identity
Courage is our Soul
Loyalty is our Hallmark

We are the defenders of the Motherland
We are Impregnable Shields of Pakistan...!!!

Mother of Lf Mohammad Faraz Malik Shaheed.


Maa Tujhey Salam !! Salute !!
Mother of Lf Mohammad Faraz Malik Shaheed.
Lt Faraz Malik (shaheed)

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