PAF committed to root out menace of terrorism: Air Chief Sohail Amaan

31 Mar, 2017 12:53 pm

RISALPUR (92 News) – Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Sohail Amaan has on Friday said that Pakistan Air Force (PAF) is committed to root out the menace of terrorism from the country.

Addressing the passing out parade of the participants of 118 combat course of Pakistan Air Force at PAF Asghar Khan Academy Risalpur on Friday morning, he urged the graduates to focus on achieving high level of professionalism and come up to the expectations the nation has attached with them.

The PAF Chief said that Pakistan and the United Kingdom enjoy cordial relations and presence of Sir Stephen John Hillier is a testimony of this fact.

On the other hand, addressing the ceremony as chief guest, British Air Chief Sir Stephen John Hillier lauded the role of PAF in fighting terrorism in the country.

He said that PAF and the British Royal Air Force are cooperating with each other to deliver airpower and for achieving better professionalism.

A total of 43 cadets, including nine women passed out the course.

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