4 PAF officers made air vice marshal

The development was announced by PAF spokesperson in a press release on Wednesday.


Our Correspondent June 17, 2021
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ISLAMABAD:

The government promoted four officers of the Pakistan Air Force to the rank of Air Vice Marshal, the PAF spokesperson said in a press release on Wednesday.

The newly-promoted officers are Air Vice Marshal Shahid Mansoor Jehangiri, Air Vice Marshal Kashif Qamar, Air Vice Marshal Asim Rashid Malik and Air Vice Marshal Syed Hasan Kashif, the press release said.

Air Vice Marshal Shahid Mansoor Jehangiri was commissioned in GD (P) Branch of the PAF in May, 1991.

During his career, he has commanded a fighter squadron, a flying wing and an operational air base. He has also served as deputy director general, Air Intelligence, at the Air Headquarters.

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Air Vice Marshal Kashif Qamar was commissioned in GD (P) Branch of the PAF in May, 1991. During his career he has commanded a fighter squadron, a flying wing and an air base. He has also served as assistant chief of the air staff (Safety) at Air Headquarters.

Air Vice Marshal Asim Rashid Malik was commissioned in the Engineering Branch of the PAF in December, 1991. During his career he has commanded an engineering wing. He has also served as managing director, Mirage Rebuild Factory, Kamra.

Air Vice Marshal Syed Hasan Kashif was commissioned in the Engineering Branch of the PAF in December, 1991. During his career he has commanded an engineering depot and served as deputy managing director (Avionics) at Kamra. He has also served as assistant chief of the air staff (Electronics Engineering) at Air Headquarters.

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