Nostalgic Articles by Retired Army Officers

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Article by Lt Col Zafar Iqbal Malik (R), 40 PMA, "BORN FREE ON 14th AUGUST 1947"

'KITE’ Flying in Nowshera, logo for article. Pakistan Army Blog (Retired Officers)

“The South Asian Equalizer”, article logo

“ASPIRING FOR WINGS”, article logo

“Lahori Lip-smacks: the Quaid, Takka tin and Takka tak”, article logo

"Memorable Eatery; Hico Chalet, The Mall, Lahore", article logo

Fortress Stadium Lahore

 "The Naughty MITHOO of Muslim High School, Said Pur Road, Rawalpindi", logo for article. Pakistan Army Blog (Retired Officers)
History of Super’s Restaurant, Bank Road Rawalpindi and Mukhtar, its Bald Owner, by Lt Col Rashid Zia Cheema (2nd SSC)
I am Proud to be a Pindiite, by Lt Yunus Ghaznavi (43 PMA)
Pindi, I Miss You, by Maj Siraj Syed, USA (17 PMA)
Oh Pindi, Col Masood Anwar (34 PMA)
“Bhai Dee Pant”, by Col Tariq Masood, USA (44 PMA)
Even Foreigners Called it “Pindi Nostalgia”, by Maj Farooq Rana (2nd SSC)
“A Town Like Pindi”, by Maj Siraj Syed, USA (17 PMA)
My Cherished Memories of Rawalpindi, by Maj Hasan Jawaid, USA (1st SSC)
My First Ride of Double-Decker Bus in Rawalpindi, 1963, by Col Tariq Masood, USA (44 PMA)
Mukhtar Sahib! The Courteous Owner of Super’s Restaurant, Bank Road, Rawalpindi, by Lt Col Zafar Mustafa (6 OTS Course)
Firing Incident in Super’s Restaurant, Bank Road, Rawalpindi in 1960s, by Col Tariq Masood, USA (44 PMA)
“The Battle of the Bald” in Super’s Restaurant, Rawalpindi, by Maj Siraj Syed, USA (17 PMA)
Rawalpindi Ramblings, by Brig Humayun Malik (37 Long Course)
Good Old Memories of Rawalpindi, by Lt Col Muhammad Zulfiqar Ali (2nd SSC)
Rawalpindi Will Always Remain in Our Hearts, by Col Ajmal Mahmood
Nostalgic Memories of Rawalpindi, by Lt Col Rashid Zia Cheema (2nd SSC)
Rawalpindi, as I Remember, by Brig Muhammad Akram Malik (2nd SSC)
Sweet Memories of Rawalpindi, by Brig Asad Hakeem (2nd SSC)
Precious Memories of Rawalpindi, by Maj Shahid Hameed (2nd SSC)
Rawalpindi, My Birthplace, by Maj Amjid Qaumber (2nd SSC)

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