پاک بحریہ کی مشقیں : امن -2017

بحیرہ عرب میں جاری پاک بحریہ کی کثیرالقومی مشقوں ’امن-2017‘ کے دوران دشمنوں کے حملوں کو ناکام بنانے کی مشقیں کی گئیں امن مشقوں میں امریکا، برطانیہ، سری لنکا، فرانس اور ملائیشیا سمیت دنیا کے 35 سے زائد ممالک کی بحری افواج شامل ہے۔ پاکستان بحریہ امن مشقوں کا انعقاد پر 2 سال بعد کرتی ہے، جب کہ یہ مسلسل چھٹی اور تاریخ کی سب سے بڑی امن مشقیں ہیں۔ بحریہ کی امن مشقوں کا مقصد دشمن کی جانب سے سمندری حملوں کا مقابلہ کرنا، ملکی سمندری حدود سمیت دیگر سرحدوں کی حفاظت کو یقینی بنانا اور امن کو فروغ دینا ہے۔

 

 

 

 

مشترکہ بحری مشق کیلیے ترکش نیول شپ کی پاکستان آمد

کراچی پورٹ پر پاك بحريہ كے سينئر افسران اور ترك سفارت خانے  كے عملے نے جہاز كا پر تپاك خير مقد م كيا۔

Iran, Pakistan Carrying Out Joint Navy Drills in Arabian Sea

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Iranian naval fleet docked at the Karachi port  on a three-day visit to hold discussions on the regional political situation and matters of mutual interest, said a statement issued by Pakistan Navy. Four Iranian Naval Ships — Lavan, Konarak, Falakhen and Khanjar — were received by the senior officials of Pakistan Navy and Iranian diplomats at the docks, the statement added. “During the visit, the naval forces of both the countries will undertake joint drills in the Pakistani waters for three days.” Iranian naval vessels are on visit to Pakistan for the joint drills ahead of ‘Aman-17’ exercise, which the Pakistan Navy will host early next year. Operational training activities and sports activities are also planned, said the statement by Pakistan Navy. The visit of Iranian fleet is expected to promote peace and security in the region and enhance maritime collaboration between the two brotherly Islamic countries, read the statement. The naval forces of Russia, China, Turkey and Iran are expected to participate in the annual international naval exercise ‘Aman-17’ next year. The objective of the exercise is to exchange naval experiences and improve regional security. The visit of Iranian fleet is expected to enhance maritime collaboration between the two brotherly Islamic countries. —Photo courtesy Pak Navy

Pakistan : Air Force marches for Defence Day

Members of Pakistan’s air force march past the mausoleum of Muhammad Ali Jinnah during Defence Day ceremonies, or Pakistan’s Memorial Day, in Karachi, Pakistan.

The graduation of the Pakistan Naval Academy

Vice Admiral Abdullah S. Al-Sultan, chief of naval staff of the Royal Saudi Naval Forces, attends the graduation of the Pakistan Naval Academy in Karachi, Pakistan. Al-Sultan (2nd right in first picture and center in 2nd picture) had earlier been conferred the Nishan-e-Imtiaz, or the “Order of Excellence,” one of Pakistan’s top military decorations, in recognition of his outstanding services at the Saudi navy and his rich contribution toward bringing the naval forces of Pakistan and Saudi Arabia closer together for the safety and security in the region. 

Naval, PAF Chiefs witness exercise ‘Sea Spark’

Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah and Chief of Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force (PAF) Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman on Monday witnessed the ongoing exercise “Sea Spark.”Both the Chiefs flew by the Karakorum Eagle-03 AWACS aircraft for a surveillance mission. After observing the exercise from the air both the chiefs went on board Pakistan Navy (PN) ship to witness the ongoing activities at sea.
While interacting with the participating crew, both the Chiefs expressed satisfaction over the professionalism and synergy between Pakistan Navy and PAF. Exercise Sea Spark has provided an opportunity to validate the joint war fighting concepts. Chief of Naval Staff appreciated the professional commitment, joint operations and the combat potential of AWACS in maritime operational environment and said, this exercise has given exposure to the Air and Naval crews in near realistic environment.

Pakistan Navy War College

The Naval War College is the Pakistan Navy academic establishment providing training and education primarily to the mid-career officers of Pakistan Navy as well as to a limited number of officers from Pakistan Air Force, Pakistan Army and various Allied forces. It is located at The Mall Road Lahore.
The College was previously affiliated with Bahria University but has recently been affiliated with the National Defence University (NDU) along with other staff and war colleges of Pakistan Army and Air Force. 
History 
The genesis of PN War College started with PN Staff School at Manora Island off Karachi in 1968 to conduct Junior Staff Courses to teach elementary staff work, which was later upgraded to War College in 1971 n shifted to PNS Karsaz. In 1995, the College was shifted to Lahore with a dedicated building on Mall Road, which was inaugurated in August 1996. 25th PN Staff Course commenced in Lahore and the college has been conducting regular staff courses ever since. 
Courses 
PN War college conducts Staff Course for officers of Pakistan Navy. Around 60 to 65 officers of Pakistan Navy, with 2 officers each from Army and Air Force, and 10 to 12 International students from various countries attend this year-long course. The course is quite demanding consisting of staff skills related studies, naval operational art, military history, war games, research paper and a large number of lectures delivered by prominent national and international guest speakers. On successful completion of Staff Course, the participants are awarded ‘psn’ symbol by the College and M.Sc. in War Studies by NDU, Islamabad.