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Pakistan Navy Ship SHAMSHEER visited Port Muscat, Oman during deployment on Regional Maritime Security Patrol (RMSP). Upon arrival at Muscat, the ship was received by Defence Attaché of Pakistan at Oman and officials from Royal Navy of Oman.

During the visit, Commanding Officer of PNS SHAMSHEER called on Commander Said Bin Sultan Naval Base and Deputy Commandant Naval Academy of Royal Navy of Oman. During the interactions, matters of mutual interests were discussed and enhancement of bilateral ties in all spheres was re-affirmed. On the occasion Commanding Officer of PNS SHAMSHEER conveyed good wishes of Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi for the people of Oman and the Royal Oman Navy.

During port visit, various bilateral activities were undertaken including table top discussions on professional matters, orientation visits and search & seizure training on-board.

Upon completion of port visit, PNS SHAMSHEER conducted Maritime Exercise with Royal Omani Navy Ship KHASSAB to enhance interoperability.

Pakistan Navy believes in promoting peace and is committed to maritime security and order at sea. The port visit to Muscat will contribute in strengthening bilateral diplomatic and defence ties between the two navies.

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Pakistan’s 3rd MILGEM Corvette ‘PNS BADR’ Launched In Karachi​

Turkish state-owned company ASFAT ceremonially launched the third PN MILGEM corvette for Pakistan Navy (PN), PNS BADR (281), at Pakistan's Karachi Shipyard & Engineering Works (KS&EW) on 20 May 2022.​

 

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sparten

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It seems still like a lot of top brass, and it seems like we have senior officers who may cover the same thing

We have 5 3-star posts and 30 2-Star posts, equivalent of having 5 Lt Generals and 28 Major Generals.

Yet we only have around 10 major surface ships, 5 subs, 10 planes and obviously coast guard/Marines. Anyone else not consider this very top heavy?

For comparison Royal Navy have 27 2-Stars and are twice the size of PN plus 2 carriers and 4 nuke subs.
Not even close. to being top heavy. A lot of the two stars are shore postings for aviation, logistics an training establishments, plus Marine and MSA which are directly under our Navy, unlike other countries.
 

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Not even close. to being top heavy. A lot of the two stars are shore postings for aviation, logistics an training establishments, plus Marine and MSA which are directly under our Navy, unlike other countries.

I took that into account, even Royal Navy has these functions (and much larger then PN) yet keeps a lower number of flag officers. Top brass needs to be cut and money invested in junior leaders and better equipment.
 

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I took that into account, even Royal Navy has these functions (and much larger then PN) yet keeps a lower number of flag officers. Top brass needs to be cut and money invested in junior leaders and better equipment.
You obviously didn't. The Royal Marines is separate from the Royal Navy, while Maritime and CoastGuard agency is a LEA.
In Pakistan the equivalents are part of the Navy.
 

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A Pakistan Navy Elite's unit (SSGN) soldier Embraced Shahadat in line of duty, in a road accident.

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Not much news of PNS Tughril since the induction and its visits to ports as it headed for home, what is it up to these days? Docked or at sea?
 

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Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi visited Command & Staff Collage, Quetta and addressed the student officers. Upon arrival, the Naval Chief was received by the Commandant Command & Staff College, Quetta.


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The Convocation ceremony of 51st Pakistan Navy Staff Course was held at Pakistan Navy War College (PNWC), Lahore. Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi graced the graduation ceremony as Chief Guest.

Degrees were conferred to 98 graduates, comprising 57 officers from Pakistan Navy, 04 from Pak Army, 05 from Pakistan Air Force and 32 officers from Friendly countries including Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Sudan and Yemen.


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Major General (Pilot) Jassim Mohamed Ahmed Al-Mannai, Commander Qatar Emiri Air Force (QEAF) called on Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi at Naval Headquarters, Islamabad.

Upon arrival, Commander Qatar Emiri Air Force was received by Chief of the Naval Staff. During one-on-one meeting between the dignitaries, matters of mutual interest including bilateral collaboration and regional security were discussed. The Naval Chief expressed satisfaction over defence ties between Pakistan and Qatari Emiri Armed Forces. The visiting dignitary appreciated and acknowledged Pakistan Navy’s efforts and commitments in support of collaborative maritime security in the region. Both the forces heads pledged to further strengthen and diversify the scope of existing bilateral relationship.

The visit of Commander Qatar Emiri Air Force will further enhance bilateral collaboration between the two countries..


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