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AHQ (Pakistan Air Force)
Air Headquarters (AHQ) is the Headquarters of Pakistan
Pakistan
Air Force, located at Islamabad. Initially it was established at Peshawar
Peshawar
on 15 August 1947.[1][2] Later it was moved to Karachi on 1 June 1948 and back to Peshawar
Peshawar
in 1960. In 1983 construction of Air headquarters was started at Islamabad
Islamabad
after it was decided to have all the armed forces headquarters in the capital city. On 1 August 2005 the headquarters was moved from Chaklala, Rawalpindi
Rawalpindi
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Pakistan Air Force
The Pakistan
Pakistan
Air Force (PAF) (Urdu: پاک فِضائیہ‬‎—Pāk Fizāʾiyah, Urdu: [pɑːk fɪzɑːɪjəɦ], reporting name: PAF) is the aerial warfare branch of the Pakistan
Pakistan
Armed Forces, tasked primarily with the aerial defence of Pakistan, with a secondary role of providing air support to the Pakistan
Pakistan
Army and the Pakistan
Pakistan
Navy. The PAF also has a tertiary role of providing strategic air transport and logistics capability to Pakistan
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Strategic Plans Division Force
Strategic Plans Division
Strategic Plans Division
Force (or SPD Force) is Pakistan's agency responsible for protection of Pakistan's nuclear and strategic assets.[2][3] It is security arm of Strategic Plans Division,[4] which oversees Pakistan's strategic organizations such as PAEC, , KRL, NESCOM and SUPARCO.Contents1 Role 2 Organization 3 Special
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Inter-Services Intelligence
The Inter-Services Intelligence
Inter-Services Intelligence
(Urdu: بین الخدماتی مخابرات‬‎, abbreviated as ISI) is the premier intelligence agency of Pakistan, operationally responsible for gathering, processing, and analyzing national security information from around the world. As one of the principal members of the Pakistani intelligence community, the ISI reports to the Director-General and is primarily focused on providing intelligence for the Government of Pakistan. The ISI consists primarily of serving military officers drawn on secondment from the three service branches of the Pakistan
Pakistan
Armed Forces (Army, Air Force, and Navy) and hence the name "Inter-Services"
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Director General Of Inter-Services Intelligence
The Director-General is head of the Inter-Services Intelligence, Pakistan's premier intelligence service, operationally responsible for providing critical national security and intelligence assessment to the Government of Pakistan. List of Director General of Inter-Services Intelligence[edit]Director General TenureSyed Shahid Hamid 1948–1950Robert Cawthome 1950–1959Riaz Hussain 1959-1966Mohammad Akbar Khan 1966–1971Ghulam Jilani Khan 1971–1977Muhammad Riaz 1977–1979Akhtar Abdur Rahman 1979–1987Hameed Gul March 1987– May 1989Shamsur Rahman Kallu May 1989– August 1990Asad Durrani August 1990– March 1992Javed Nasir March 1992– May 1993Javed Ashraf Qazi May 1993– 1995Naseem Rana October 1998– October 1999Ziauddin Butt October 1998– October 1999Mahmud Ahmed October 1999– October 2001Ehsan ul Haq October 2001– October 2004Ashfaq Parvez Ka
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Chairman Joint Chiefs Of Staff Committee
The Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee
Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee
(CJCSC) is, in principle, the highest-ranking and senior most military officer, typically at four-star rank, in the Pakistan Armed Forces
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Judge Advocate General Branch (Pakistan)
The Judge Advocate General Branch of the Pakistan Armed Forces
Pakistan Armed Forces
is composed of Pakistan's Military senior officers, lawyers and judges who provide legal services to the Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marines at all levels of command. JAG branch comes directly under the Adjudant-General Branch of the army.[1] The Judge Advocate General's Legal Service includes judge advocates, warrant officers, paralegal noncommissioned officers and junior enlisted personnel, and civilian employees.[2] In Pakistan, the Judge Advocate General can have the rank of Lieutenant-General, Major or Brigadier-General
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Cantonments (Pakistan)
A cantonment (/kænˈtɒnmənt/, /kænˈtoʊnmənt/, or UK: /kænˈtuːnmənt/) is a military or police quarters.[1] The word cantonment derives from the French word canton meaning corner or district.[2] and describes a place during a military campaign, such as winter quarters, where units of an army may be encamped for longer periods than they are during advances and retreats. The term shares an etymological origin with the Swiss Cantons though the meaning has widely diverged. In South Asia, the term cantonment also describes permanent military stations.[1] Cantonments can be found in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, South Africa,[dubious – discuss] Singapore, Malaysia, Ghana, Sri Lanka and Nepal. In United States military parlance, a cantonment is an essentially permanent residential (i.e
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Pakistan Ministry Of Defence
The Ministry of Defence (Urdu: وزارت دفاع‬‎, Wazarat-e-Difa, abbreviated as MoD), is a ministry of the Government of Pakistan, tasked in defending Pakistan's interests and values at home and abroad. It plays a major supporting role to the Pakistan Armed Forces and coordinates with a range of domestic, foreign and inter-governmental bodies. The Ministry of Defence is one of the largest federal ministries of the Government of Pakistan
Government of Pakistan
in terms of budget as well as staff. The existence and functions of the ministry are statutorily defined in Part XII, Chapter II[1] of the Constitution of Pakistan
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Minister Of Defence (Pakistan)
ParliamentSenateChairman: Raza Rabbani Deputy Chairman: Abdul Ghafoor HaideriNational AssemblySpeaker: Sardar A
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National Command Authority (Pakistan)
The National Command Authority, (Urdu: نيشنل كمانڈ اتھارٹى; abbreviated as NCA), is the apex civilian led command to oversee the employment, policy formulation, exercises, deployment, research and development, and operational command and control of Pakistan's nuclear arsenals. The National Command was established in 2000 as a successor of Air Force Strategic Command which was established by then-Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Anwar Shamim in 1983. The National Command Authority is charged with joint-space operations (such as military satellites), information operations (such as information warfare), missile defense, internal and external command and control, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR), and strategic deterrence, and combating weapons of mass destruction. The National Command Authority oversees the operations of the Pakistani Army, Air Force, and Navy's Strategic Commands, along with their functional basis
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List Of Missiles Of Pakistan
A list of missiles developed by Pakistan.Contents1 Surface-to-Surface Missiles1.1 Battlefield Range Ballistic Missiles
Missiles
(BRBM) 1.2 Short Range Ballistic Missiles
Missiles
(SRBM) 1.3 Medium Range Ballistic
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Nuclear Doctrine Of Pakistan
The Nuclear doctrine of Pakistan
Pakistan
is a theoretical concept of military strategy that promotes deterrence by guaranteeing an immediate "massive retaliation" to an aggressive attack against the state.[1][2] Persuasion for Effect[edit] The doctrine is divided into four different thresholds before the weapons would become operationally activated during a conventional or nuclear war with an aggressor state.[3] In the event of war, for instance war between India and Pakistan, the Indian Armed Forces' numerical superiority and large stock of conventional weaponry is most likely to overwhelm Pakistan
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Pakistan And Weapons Of Mass Destruction
Pakistan
Pakistan
is one of nine states to possess nuclear weapons, and the only Muslim majority country to do so. Pakistan
Pakistan
began development of nuclear weapons in January 1972 under Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, who delegated the program to the Chairman of the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) Munir Ahmad Khan
Munir Ahmad Khan
with a commitment to having the bomb ready by the end of 1976.[11][12][13] Since PAEC, consisting of over twenty laboratories and projects under nuclear engineer Munir Ahmad Khan,[14] was falling behind schedule and having considerable difficulty producing fissile material, Abdul Qadeer Khan was brought from Europe by Bhutto at the end of 1974
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Inter-Services Public Relations
The Inter-Services Public Relations
Inter-Services Public Relations
(Urdu: بین الخدماتی تعلقات عامہ‬‎; Reporting name:ISPR), is the media wing of the Pakistan
Pakistan
Armed Forces which broadcasts
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National Defence University, Pakistan
The National Defence University (Urdu: جامعہ قومی دفاع‬‎) or NDU, is a publicly funded military institution located in Islamabad, Pakistan
Pakistan
dedicated to the study and research in military science, geo-strategy and international relations.[1] Founded in 1970 as the staff college, it gained university status in 2007 and it is jointly funded by the Education Commission and the Defence Ministry.The NDU provides comprehensive and critical learning in formulating and developing the defence strategy as well national security understanding to joint military leadership of Pakistani milit
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