Pakistan Air Force builds for the future.
Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan, Chief of the Air Staff (CAS), Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan, Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force (PAF) knows a thing about pressure. He previously served as the Assistant Chief of Air Staff (Operations) which is probably the second most demanding job in the PAF.
The PAF is on a constant state of alert along all of its borders. In the west, it has been supporting the Army against the terrorists Pakistan is trying to eliminate, while on the northern, eastern and southern boundaries comes a threat from its bigger neighbours.
There have been two wars with India and several serious stand-offs since Pakistan was founded in 1947 and the threats are growing more sophisticated through newer technologies.
The CAS’ role is to provide stability, leadership and vision for the PAF, which is regarded as one of the most professional air forces in the region. “My main role is to ensure continuity of policies and operational preparedness,” he explained at the Zhuhai Air Show in early November. ”But I am trying to build a broader and longer vision – Building a Next Generation PAF for 2047 when the PAF will be 100 years old”. #پاک_فوج_زندہ_آباد#پاک_فوج_زندہ_باد_ای_ایس_ای_زندہ_باد_پاکستان_پاہندہ_باد 🇵🇰✌😍💪🇵🇰💪😎🇵🇰💪😎🇵🇰💪 #پاکستان_پائـــــــــــــــندہ_باد#paknavyzindabad#pakistan#pakarmy#pakarmylovers#paknavy#paknavy ⚓️ #ssg#ssgcommandos#lovearmy#pakarmylover#pakistan#pakarmyssg#pakarmylovers ❤❤ #pakairforce