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COAS lauds troops at 'Eternal Brotherhood-II' exercises​

Our standard of professionalism & leadership is par excellence compared to any modern army of world, says Gen Munir

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September 19, 2023


the opening ceremony of the eternal brotherhood ii multinational special forces exercise took place at barotha garrison photo express


The opening ceremony of the “Eternal Brotherhood-II” Multinational Special Forces Exercise took place at Barotha garrison.

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Syed Asim Munir highlighted the Pakistan Army’s outstanding standards of professionalism and leadership on Tuesday during his visits to Junior Leadership Academy (JLA) Shinkiari and later Barotha to attend the opening ceremony of the “Eternal Brotherhood-II” Multinational Special Forces Exercise, the military said.

“Our standard of professionalism and leadership is par excellence compared to any modern army of the world. Junior leaders of Pak Army have proven their mettle in the fields of training, operations and world class competitions across the world,” the COAS said.

The opening ceremony of the exercise marked the beginning of two weeks of intensive training and cooperation, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement.

The event brings together special forces contingents from several nations, including Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Qatar, Turkey, and Uzbekistan.

The Chief of Army Staff visited Barotha Garrison for 'Eternal Brotherhood-II' Multinational Special Forces Exercise. PHOTO: EXPRESS


The Chief of Army Staff visited Barotha Garrison for 'Eternal Brotherhood-II' Multinational Special Forces Exercise. PHOTO: ISPR

The army chief visited Barotha Garrison, where he engaged with the participating Special Forces and gained insights into the exercise’s scope and execution through a briefing by the General Officer Commanding Special Service Group.

The objective of this exercise is to strengthen the historical military relations among these friendly nations. It emphasises fostering joint employment concepts, identifying areas of mutual interest for future military collaborations, and sharing experiences in countering terrorism.

Before arriving at Barotha, the COAS also visited to the JLA Shinkiari, which is the Center of Excellence for Non-Commissioned Officer training.


During his visit COAS engaged with the participating Special Forces. PHOTO: EXPRESS


During his visit COAS engaged with the participating Special Forces. PHOTO: ISPR

paid his respects at the Yadgaar-e-Shuhada and addressed the academy’s participants. The COAS emphasised the pivotal role of junior leaders in the Pakistan Army, saying “Junior Leaders are the backbone of Pakistan Army and are key to success in Conventional and Unconventional Warfare.”

Upon his arrival at JLA and Barotha, the COAS received a warm welcome from the Inspector General Training & Evaluation.



 
Since when did we change the name to Barotha garrison?
 
I am also surprise, Name has not changed, rather it is new set up. Very small area..
Barotha is west of Attock city.
Garrison is near Ghazi Barotha Power House.
Indus River, Down of Attack fort.

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Since when did we change the name to Barotha garrison?
 
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I am also surprise, Name has not changed, rather it is new set up. Very small area..
Barotha is west of Attock city.
Garrison is near Ghazi Barotha Power House.
Indus River, Down of Attack fort.

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Interesting that they needed another base here, when you have Tarbela not too far away. And then you have Cherat about 20 km away too (yes, don't be pedantic people, that isn't technically a base). Oh well.
 
I can promise you Pakistan would be a happier developed place. The day it starts accountability of its military.

Indeed.....

Now that it has been proved that the military establishment is to blame for all wrongdoing and improper action in our country (controls Judiciary/Bureaucracy/police/media/corporate & private sector/religious fanatic's), accountability inside this institution offers the best chance for eliminating 70 to 80 percent of corruption in Pakistan.
 
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If this corrupt institution is no more than you're no more

This mantra will no longer be propagated.....

Selling dead bodies of our Jawans (propagating that PAK Army giving sacrifices for homeland) to innocent Pakistanis in the name of the war on terror while negligently sending poor jawans in regular pickup trucks to war zones rather than armored vehicles, which led to casualties and got hefty amount $ from uncle SAM.

"Qoum ko laga diya tranay par .... khud lag gaye khazanay par"
 
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Accountability is a good thing but without it you're no more
Pakistan can survive without army.

Army cant survive without Pakistan get that through your skull.

What has Pakistan made in last 60 years ? One build which is faisal mosque that came from Arabs, what has Pakistan built, train system, heck even rain system was left by English.

Pakistani military is a leech which has sucked dry.
Pakistani pathan fought and got the modern day azad kashmir from indian military.

What has Pakistani military won from indian army ? Beside surrender in 71, leaving its dead soldiers in Kargil war ?
 
Pakistan can survive without army.

Army cant survive without Pakistan get that through your skull.

What has Pakistan made in last 60 years ? One build which is faisal mosque that came from Arabs, what has Pakistan built, train system, heck even rain system was left by English.

Pakistani military is a leech which has sucked dry.
Pakistani pathan fought and got the modern day azad kashmir from indian military.

What has Pakistani military won from indian army ? Beside surrender in 71, leaving its dead soldiers in Kargil war ?
Its Pakistani politicians who gave a chance to our military to rule Pakistan again and again Pakistani politicians have no capabilities to rule Pakistan
 

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