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Major Samia, The first female officer of Pakistan Army to get the great honour.

A lady officer of Pakistan Army Major Samia Rehman with all her God gifted abilities and professional skills, made a great honour for Pakistan. Pakistani women in Pakistan Armed Forces have been breaking barriers, and Major Samia Rehman is the latest Pakistani warrior who has awarded for her exceptional achievements in the line of duty. Major Samia was selected for the UN Special Representative…
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Captain Raja Muhammad Sarwar Shaheed

Captain Raja Muhammad Sarwar holds the distinction of being awarded the ‘Nishan-e-Haider’, Pakistan’s highest military award, for the first time in the country s history, owing to the tremendous valour that he displayed in the battlefield during the war in Kashmir and achieving martyrdom in the process. Raja Muhammad Sarwar was born in the Singhori village in Gujar Khan Tehsil of Rawalpindi…
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SUCCESSFUL LAUNCH OF MISSILE SHAHEEN-2

Pakistan successfully test-fired surface-to-surface ballistic missile Shaheen-II. According to ISPR the missile is capable of hitting targets as far as 1,500 kilometres away with capability of carrying both conventional and nuclear warheads. The Pakistan Army said in a…
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Pakistan Army has made a world record by deploying tanks on the highest elevation level of 12,000 feet above sea level.

Pakistan Army has again proved that it is among the best armed forces in the world. Pakistan Army has made a world record by deploying tanks on the highest elevation level of 12,000 feet above sea level. Making a new world record, Pakistan Army took an operation tank to 12,000 feet high at the Pakistan-Afghanistan border. According to a photo circulating on social media, the tank has been taken to…
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Team of Pakistan Army became the champion of the shooting competition in the 38th Pakistan Army Rifle Association (PARA).

Team of Pakistan Army became the champion of the shooting competition in the 38th Pakistan Army Rifle Association (PARA), Central Meet, the national level shooting competition that concluded at Army Firing Ranges near Jhelum. A total of 28 teams from three services, civil armed forces, police and civilians participated in the event, a Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) press release said. A…
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