Islamabad: Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman on Tuesday underlined the need to continue operational training to meet aerial warfare challenges.
“Our operational training must continue to evolve progressively to meet the future challenges of aerial warfare,” the Air Chief said while addressing the graduation ceremony of the 49th Combat Commanders’ Course at Airpower Centre of Excellence (ACE) as the chief guest, said a statement issued here by media affairs directorate of Pakistan Air Force (PAF).
“Combat Commanders School has been imparting quality operational training to future commanders, which is extremely vital for the overall war preparedness of Pakistan Air Force,” he added. He asked the graduates to pass on to the young officers whatever they had learnt at the prestigious institution.
The chief guest also awarded certificates and trophies to the graduating officers, who underwent a strenuous and professionally demanding course.
The Chief of the Air Staff Trophy for the best Combat Commander was awarded to Squadron Leader, Jawad Khursheed, while Air Officer Commanding Air Defence Command Trophy for best Combat Controller was awarded to Squadron Leader, Tayyab Hussain. The ceremony was attended by Principal Staff Officers and field commanders of PAF.