Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar called on Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on his farewell on Tuesday.
According to Pakistan Army’s media wing Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), COAS thanked the CAS for his services to the Nation during a long and illustrious career.
In addition to this, COAS also appreciated CAS’s dynamic leadership and professionalism displayed during op “Swift Retort” and critical support rendered in fight against terrorism.
On this occasion, COAS said that because of his immense efforts and quality leadership, Pakistan Air Force today is a force second to none.
It is pertinent to mention that Air Chief Marshal was given the Guard of Honor at adgar-e-Shuhada on his arrival at GHQ.
Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar on Saturday has described that lessons of Operation Swift Retort are a manifestation of PAF’s operational training in realistic scenarios.
He was speaking at the graduation ceremony of the No 54 Combat Commanders’ Course held at the Airpower Centre of Excellence today.
During the event, Air Chief Marshal said that today’s warfare’s successful accomplishment depends on effective vision and fusion.
Moreover, Mujahid Anwar also showed satisfaction that ACE in general and Combat Commanders’ School, in particular, are taking strides in this very direction to train future combat leadership.
During the ceremony, he encouraged the officers to remain cognizant and be aware of all the adversaries.