Remembering Our Comrades

Remembering Our Comrades.

Being a Soldier is a matter of immense pride and it also provides one the opportunity to serve with one’s comrades at various cantonments all over Pakistan in peace time, and at the borders during the combat. Pakistan Army is like a very big family where a soldier spends the prime time of his/her life with the colleagues and comrades. This Post is dedicated to those comrades who have left us and proceeded to their heavenly abodes. Very fine articles have been written by Pakistan Armed Forces officers in the loving memory of their friends and comrades
The Veterans and visitors of this website are also welcome to contribute articles to pay tributes to their Course mates, colleagues and unit officers by sending to the Editor at: nativepakistan@gmail.com

Editor’s Note: Please click any box to read the following articles:-

‘Ajji Bhai’. Remembering Our Comrades.
A Tribute to Lt Col Muhammad Ajmal Khan (1951-2016) 2nd SSC, 7 FF Regiment (Coke’s). Read more ……….

Lest We Forget - 'Ajji Bhai', Lt Muhammad Col Ajmal, 7 FF (2nd SSC) - Remembering Our Comrades Pakistan Army

‘My Father; Maj Gen Iftikhar Ahmad Kuingravi (Late)’Remembering Our Comrades.
Maj Gen Iftikhar Ahmad Kingravi (1917-2004) was an ex Engineer-in-Chief of Pakistan Army. He participated in Second World War in Malaya & Indonesia. His son Maj Gen Waqar Ahmad Kingravi writes about his father. Read more ……

Pakistan Army Blog - 'My Father; Maj Gen Iftikhar Ahmad Kingravi (Late)' by Waqar Kingravi

‘Maj Muhammad Abbas Ali, Charity Walker from Pakistan’. Remembering Our Comrades. 
Major Muhammad Abbas Ali (1921-2009), Canadian-Pakistani philanthropist, founded Muslim Welfare Centre in Toronto. At age 77, he skydived from a height of 10,500 feet. Read more ……….

Major Muhammad Abbas Ali (1921-2009), Canadian-Pakistani Philanthropist,Scarborough, Toronto

Pakistan Army Blog, ‘A Farewell’; Remembering Lt Gen Farrakh Khan (20th PMA

 Pakistan Army Blog, "Remembering Brig Naseeruddin Humayun, Engrs. the Lonely Man at Damloti

 "In Memory of Genearl Hamid Gul" by Brig Asif Haroon Raja, 37 PMA

‘COL IMAM’ AS I KNEW by Brig yasub Ali Dogar (35 PMA) in Pakistan Army Blog (Retired Officers)

“A Kind Heart in Lion’s Skin : A Tribute to Lt Col Zafar Mustafa”, by Maj Rauf Shad (2nd SSC), Pakistan Army Blog

“Tribute to Gen Ehtasham Zamir, a son of Rawalpindi” : Remembering our Comrades (Pakistan Army Blog)

"A Tribute to My Friend, My Hero! Brig Saulat Abbas, alias Ulli" : Remembering our Comrades (Pakistan Army Blog)

"Sergeant Ali as I Knew Him": A tribute to Brig Muhammad Ali, 10 FF (2nd SSC)

"Remembering Lt Col Haq Nawaz Kayani Shaheed, SJ & Bar":A tribute to The Hero of Leepa Valley May 1972 and men of 9 AK Battalion

“Remembering Our Heroes”, tribute to men of 25 Cavalry. Their brave action against Indian 1st Armd Div on 8 Sep 1965.

"Sirf Shoaib" (Only Shoaib) : A tribute to Major Shoaib (Shaheed), Engrs (2nd SSC) - Pakistan Army Blog

My Friend Shakeel, tribute to Lt Col Muhammad Shakeel Khalid, 50 PMA long Course

“Remembering Col Tajik”. Remembering Our Comrades. 
Lt Col Jabbar Jahan Khan Tajik (known as J J K Tajik), a Gunner, was a Christian officer of Pakistan Army. Lt Gen Tahir Mahmud Qazi (R) writes about him;  “I did not find a more professional and committed officer than him, in my entire military career spread over 39 years. A man of perfect etiquette and protocol.  He was a great soldier and a Commanding Officer par Excellence”. Read more …………

Remembering Col Tajik, article logo

“Capt Azhar Ali, a Legend of Pakistan Polo“. Remembering Our Comrades. 
Azhar’s parent unit is 15 Lancers. The Polo was in his blood. He played first class polo since 1969. He was later posted to President’s Body Guard in 1975. He captained various Polo Teams during his short Army career. He was declared the Best Polo Player of Pakistan for the year 1978. He left Army and joined PIA in 1983. He raised PIA’s Polo team and was its first Captain. In the world of Polo his nickname was “Capi”. Read more……………..

Capt Azhar Ali; a Legend of Pakistan Polo, article logo

“Maj Agha Amir Ahsan is No More“. Remembering Our Comrades. 
Maj Agha (Nick name: Zulu) had a passion for golf. He even played golf on the morning of 28 Nov 2012, the day he left this world. He has created a vacuum in the lives of his family and friends. Read more……..

"Maj Agha Amir Ahsan is No More" tribute to Major Agha, Signals, ex 2nd SSC

“Bhangoo“. Remembering Our Comrades. 
Brig Zaka Ullah Bhangoo, a legendary Aviator, died in an air crash in Turkey on 13 May 2007.  This article is about the selfless conduct of Capt Bhangoo in POW Camp in India. His parent unit was 23 FF. He was a true gem of a person who left a vacuum in every life he has touched. Read more…………………………………..

Bhangoo, article logo

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