General Raheel visits US military training centre

Army chief visits Stanford. Says sacrifice of Pakistanis needs to be understood by the world

Web Desk November 22, 2014

CALIFORNIA: Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif visited the Fort Irwin National Training Centre as his US tour continues, Express News reported on Saturday. 

Spokesperson of Pakistan's armed forces Asim Bajwa took to his twitter account, tweeting that General Raheel Sharif visited the US Military National Training Centre (NTC) at Fort Irvin, California.

The training centre is the main training centre of the US troops.

The army chief reviewed the training system of the US team and appreciated their efforts.

He was further briefed on their training methods and advanced warfare equipment.

Later, Gen Raheel visited Stanford where he presented Pakistan's perspective.

He said that Pakistanis have stood together, braved the menace of terrorism, and have paid a huge price. He added that the sacrifice of Pakistanis needs to be understood by the world.

Earlier this week, General Raheel had held in-depth discussions on the ongoing security issues between Pakistan and US, and both sides had reaffirmed a mutual desire to strengthen their relationship.


Parvez | 6 years ago | Reply

They are giving him the full treatment.......nothing unusual.

cautious | 6 years ago | Reply

Frort Irwin National Training Centre . Suggest you get a new spell checker --- it's FORT not FRORT

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