RISALPUR: Chief of the Air Workers, Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman, mentioned on Friday that Pakistan being a peace-loving nation has at all times supported peace within the area and particularly within the Center-East, in accordance with Pakistan Air Power.
Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman was addressing the commencement ceremony of 119 Fight Help Course, which was held at PAF Academy on Friday.
Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman, in his tackle, mentioned that Pakistan and Kuwait have a protracted historical past of shut cooperation and coordination each on the authorities and Air Power degree and the sturdy bond of fraternal ties between the 2 nations and their Air Forces would additional strengthen within the years to return.
Main Basic Abdullah Yaqoob Al-Foudari, Commander Kuwait Air Power was the chief visitor on the ceremony.
Addressing on the event the Commander Kuwait Air Power mentioned that Kuwait and Pakistan get pleasure from sturdy brotherly relations spanning over many years.
Each nations help one another in a variety of actions comparable to social, army coaching and industrial know-how. He additionally thanked the air chief for his honest efforts within the coaching of Kuwaiti pilots at PAF Academy.
A complete of 52 aviation cadets together with 12 underneath coaching officers of Kuwait Air Power graduated on the event. The chief visitor awarded department insignia and trophies to the excellence holders.
Trophy for Greatest Efficiency in 119 Fight Help Course was awarded to Aviation Cadet Rizwana Nasreen; whereas total greatest efficiency trophy in Allied Beneath Coaching Officers was awarded to Pilot Officer Abdul Rehman Mubarak from Kuwait Air Power.
The Parade was adopted by an exhilarating efficiency by “Eaglets”- the Para Motor Glider group of the Academy.
“Bravehearts and Sherdils”, the PAF Academy Aerobatics Groups additionally displayed an exhilarating aerial show on the event. The ceremony was witnessed by high-ranking army and civil officers, overseas dignitaries and a lot of friends of graduating cadets.