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Pak Army Team Spirit competition concludes

April 5, 2017
JHELUM: The second Pak Army Team Spirit (PATS) competition concluded on Wednesday at the National Counter Terrorism Centre near Jhelum district of Punjab. A total of 10 foreign military teams including  China, Indonesia, Jordon, Malaysia, Maldives, Mayanmar, Srilanka, Turkey, Thailand and U.K along with 8 Pakistan Army teams enthusiastically participated in the toughest military competition...




JHELUM: The second Pak Army Team Spirit (PATS) competition concluded on Wednesday at the National Counter Terrorism Centre near Jhelum district of Punjab.

A total of 10 foreign military teams including  China, Indonesia, Jordon, Malaysia, Maldives, Mayanmar, Srilanka, Turkey, Thailand and U.K along with 8 Pakistan Army teams enthusiastically participated in the toughest military competition held from April 1 to  April 5.

The Teams of 1 Corps, 30 Corps and China won Gold medal where as Southern Command, 4 Corps, 10 Corps, Sri Lanka, Turkey and UK clinched silver medal.

Bronze medal was won by 5 Corps, 31 Corps, 2 Corps and Malaysia.

Lieutenant General Ikram ul Haque, Corps Commander Gujwanwala who was chief guest on the occasion awarded prizes to the winner teams.

While congratulating the winner Lt Gen Ikram ul Haque applauded the professionalism, dedication and skill of the participating teams.

He said participation of teams from friendly coutries affored an opportunity to all the participants to learn from each others professional experience in the domain of counter terrorism.

He thanked all foreign military teams  for participating  and showing  confidence in Pakistan which is highly appreciable.

Lieutenant General Hidayat ur Rehman, Inspector General training and evaluation  and Lieutenant General Azhar Saleh Abbasi, Corp Commander Mangla were also present on the occasion.
 
 
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