Passing out parade of 26th Basic Airborne Course held at Risalpur
A passing out parade of 26th Basic Airborne Course was held at Pakistan Air Force (PAF) Academy, Risalpur on Friday.
Vice Chief of Staff Air Marshall Asad Abdur Rehman Lodhi was invited as the chief guest before whom guards of honour and other activities of the cadets were presented.
Speaking to the assemblage, Abdul Rehman Lodhi said that he was confident about passing out officers in that they will maintain high standards of professionalism and will devote their energies and best of capabilities to serve the country.
33 officers and 28 airmen, including female officers, from Pakistan Army, PAF and Pakistan Navy were passed out.
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