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Pak Army officer awarded Best International Graduate in Australia

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    Kamran Baig Barcha of Ganish Hunza Gilgit Baltistan, became the first Pakistan Army Officer from Hunza to be awarded Best International Graduate in Royal Military College, Duntroon Australia.

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    Why Australia use word, Royal in their Armed forces ?
     
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    Because they are the forces to save Royal throne of royal family.
     
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    British used to send its Prisoners to Australia, i thought they might for the least remove Royal from their Defense forces cause neither they are of any Royal blood/Lineage nor they are a colony of UK ?
     
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    It seems Australians are quite "liberal" in their haircut regulations. those heavy Hairs on the sides will not be tolerated in Sandhurst or PMA kakul.

    US forces especially US Marine CORPS have toughest regulations about hair
     
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    The term "Royal" is confer from Royal Ascend. Which mean an organisation who pledge their allegiance to the Monarchy of the United Kingdom. If and when an organisation have a "Royal" title on it, which mean the head (or ceremonial head) of that organisation is a Regal Member of the Crown, usually the Head of States.

    Notice that not all Military Organisation in Australia (or even Britain) have "royal" title in it. Notice that British Army and Australian Army is just that, it was not Royal British Army, or Royal Australian Army. However, some of its regiment would usually have "Royal" title conferred. (Such as Royal Anglian Regiment or Royal Australian Regiment both abbrv. RAR) this is because the army of both Australia and British is a territorial army, which serve the people in both country but not the crown, some Regiment would have received the title "Royal" as a battle honour, and also those who trace their lineage back to Kings own Military Formation (The Royal Scot or Kings Own Border Regiment) would continue with their naming tradition because of its association with the regen.

    On the other hand, Navy and Airforce were seen as a single organisation so they are Royal Navy (Or Royal Australian Navy) and Royal Air Force (Or Royal Australian Air Force)
     
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    Gilgit-Baltistan Awareness Forum
    December 8 at 4:53 AM ยท


    Kamran Baig Barcha belongs to Garelth, Ganish Hunza, GilGit Baltistan. A young energetic boy from a small town, he started off his primary education at Public School & College Jutial Gilgit. In 2008, he was offered admission to Aitchison College Lahore, one of the most prestigious institutions in the country. Over a period of eight years at the college, he proved his mettle in the fields of Academics, Sports & Co-curriculars, becoming the first Headboy of Aitchison College from Gilgit in over 130 years. He also bagged the Rivaz Medal for Overall Best Student of the College. Post high School, he went on to pursue an Army Career and joined as a cadet with 139 L/C. The success story doesn't end here as he became the first Army Officer from Hunza to be selected to represent his country in a Foreign Military College. He is about to graduate from Royal Military College, Duntroon in Australia and has been awarded the Best International Graduate of the College which is a source of pride for his country and his.

    He credits his success to the prayers of his family and friends. He is keen to return to Pakistan and serve his country, especially the people of Gilgit Baltistan. We wish this aspiring officer the best of luck in his future endeavors.


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    The only mistake above is that he was not a commissioned officer when selected for RMC. He was selected in his third term as a Gentleman Cadet at the PMA to represent Pakistan.