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The OAS was formed out of existing networks, calling themselves "counter-terrorists", "self-defence groups", or "resistance", which had carried out attacks on the FLN and their perceived supporters since early in the war. It was officially formed in Francoist Spain , in Madrid in January , as a response by some French politicians and French military officers to the 8 January referendum on self-determination concerning Algeria, which had been organized by General de Gaulle.
After the March Evian agreements , which granted independence to Algeria and marked the beginning of the exodus of the pieds-noirs , the OAS tried by a campaign of assassinations and bombings to stop the on-going political process.
This campaign culminated in Jean-Marie Bastien-Thiry 's assassination attempt against president Charles de Gaulle in the Paris suburb of Le Petit-Clamart. Another prominent target was the philosopher and public intellectual Jean-Paul Sartre , who supported the FLN. The OAS still has followers among the nationalist movement. In July , some OAS sympathisers attempted to relight the flame of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier to commemorate the Oran massacre on 5 July The OAS was created in response to the January referendum on self-determination for Algeria.
Daniele Ganser of the ETH Parallel History Project claims that Gladio stay-behind networks, directed by NATO , were involved, but no definitive proof has been found.
Roger Gavoury , head of the French police in Algiers, was assassinated at the direction of Roger Degueldre , leader of the OAS Delta Commando, with the actual killing done by Claude Piegts and Albert Dovecar on 31 May Piegts and Dovecar were executed by a firing-squad on 7 June Degueldre on 6 July.
The OAS became notorious for stroungas , attacks using plastic explosives stroungas comes from the Italian stroncare , to rip down; many pied-noirs were of southern Italian descent which influenced local French.
In October Pierre Lagaillarde , who had escaped to Francoist Spain following the barricades week, was arrested in Madrid, along with the Italian activist Guido Giannettini. The OAS attempted several times to assassinate French president Charles de Gaulle. A fictionalised version of this attack was recreated in the book by Frederick Forsyth , The Day of the Jackal , and in the film of the same name. The OAS use of extreme violence created strong opposition from some pieds-noirs?
Originally a political movement in Algiers, the MPC eventually became a paramilitary force in response to OAS violence. The group obtained valuable information which was routinely passed on to the French secret services, but was eventually destroyed by OAS assassinations.
The main hope of the OAS was to prove that the FLN was secretly restarting military action after a ceasefire was agreed in the Evian agreements of 19 March and the referendum of June ; So, during these three months, the OAS unleashed a new terrorist campaign to force the FLN to abandon the ceasefire.
Over bombs a day were detonated by the OAS in March in pursuit of this end. OAS operatives set off an average of bombs per day in March, with targets including hospitals and schools. Dozens of Arab residents were killed at Place du Gouvernement when 24 mortar rounds were fired from the European stronghold of Bab el-Oued. The French military then surrounded them and stormed the neighbourhood.
The battle killed 35 and injured A detachment of tirailleurs Muslim troops in the French Army fired on the demonstrators, killing 54, injuring , and traumatising the settlers' population in what is known as the "gunfight of the Rue d'Isly". They tried to overrun two French military outposts and gain support for local Muslim tribes loyal to France, but instead they were harassed and eventually defeated by Legion units led by Colonel Albert Brothier after several days of fighting.
In April the OAS leader, Raoul Salan was captured. Despite the OAS bombing campaign, the FLN remained resolute in its agreement to the ceasefire and on 17 June the OAS also began a ceasefire. Sattar Alvi flying a MiG shot down an Israeli Air Force Mirage and was honoured by the Syrian government.
The political instability increased in the country when the conservative alliance refused to accept the voting turnout in favor of Pakistan Peoples Party PPP after the general elections held in The army under President Zia weakened due to the army officers were needed in running the affairs of civic government and the controversial military courts that held trials of the communists, dissidents, and the oppositions of Zia's administration.
After the aviation accident that resulted in passing of President Zia in , the army organized the massive military exercise with the Pakistan Air Force to evaluate the technological assessment of the weapon systems and operational readiness. The period from —98 saw the army engaged in professionalism and proved its fighting skills in the Somalian theater —94 , Bosnian-Serb War on Bosnian side from —98  , and the other theaters of the Yugoslav Wars , as part of the United Nation's deployment.
Pervez Musharraf replacing it as chairman joint chiefs and the army chief in In May , the army's northern light infantry , the paramilitary unit at that time, slipped into Kargil that resulted in heavy border fighting with the Indian Army , inflicted with heavy casualties on both sides.
Pervez Musharraf also army chief at that time failed to its combat performance and suffered with similar outcomes as the previous plan in , with the American military observers in the Pakistan military famously commenting to news channels in Pakistan : Kargil was yet another example of Pakistan's lack of grand strategy , repeating the follies of the previous wars with India.
After its commendable performance, the President of Pakistan commissioned the Northern Light Infantry as a regular regiment in the army and its personnel eventually becoming officers and enlisted personnel in the army in In October , the army engaged in another military takeover of the federal government from the Sharif administration when the Army GHQ refused to accept the relief of commission of Gen.
Pervez Musharraf over his failure in succeeding the control of Kargil sector from India. Responding to the terror attacks in New York in the United States , the army joined the combat actions in Afghanistan with the United States and simultaneously engage in military standoff with Indian Army in — In —06, the military observers from the army were deployed to guide the Sri Lankan army to end the civil war with the Tamil fighters.
To overcome the governance crises in —07, the Musharraf administration appointed several army officers in the civilian institutions with some receiving extensions while others were deployed from their combat service— thus affecting the fighting capabilities and weakening the army. Musharraf's leadership, the army's capabilities fighting the fanatic Talibans and Afghan Arab fighters in Pakistan further weakened and suffered serious setbacks in gaining control of the tribal belt that fell under the control of the Afghan Arabs and Uzbek fighters.
In April , the major reorganization of the commands of the army was taken place under Gen. Ahsan S. Hyatt , the vice army chief under Gen. Musharraf, establishing the Southern, Central, and the Northern Commands to "improve the operational efficiency and working of its land forces.
Musharraf's resignation and Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani becoming the army chief , the army realigned itself to review its combat policies and withdrew officers in civilian institutions to focus on its primary constitutional mission to protect and responsible in — In —16, the homegrown far-right guerrilla war with the Taliban , Afghan Arabs , and the Central Asian fighters took the decisive turn in favor of the army under Sharif administration , eventually gaining the control of the entire country and established the writ of the constitution in the affected lawless regions.
It is characterized by growing national power politics. Leadership in the army is provided by the Minister of Defense , usually leading and controlling the direction of the department of the army from the Army Secretariat-I at the Ministry of Defense , with the Defense Secretary who is responsible for the bureaucratic affairs of the army's department. The single combat headquarter, the Army GHQ , is located in Rawalpindi Cantonment in Punjab in Pakistan , in the vicinity of the Joint Staff Headquarters.
The military administration under the army chief operating at the Army GHQ including the appointed Principal Staff Officers:. In , a major introduction was made in the military bureaucracy at the Army GHQ under Gene. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani , when two new PSO positions were introduced: the Inspector-General of Arms and the Inspector-General Communications and IT.
The commissioned army ranks and insignia authorized in the Pakistan Army are modified and patterned on the British Army 's officer ranks and insignia system. Sui or Jhelum.
The military officers in the Pakistani military seek retirement between the ages of forty-two and sixty, depending on their ranks, and often seeks employment in the federal government or the private sector where the pay scales are higher as well as the opportunity for gain considerably greater.
The Pakistan Army uniquely uses the junior commissioned officer JCO ranks, equivalent of the Warrant officers or the Limited duty officers in the United States military , inherited from the former British Indian Army introduced by the British Army in India between the enlisted and officer ranks.
The usage of the junior commissioned officer is the continuation of the former Viceroy's commissioned officer rank, and the JCO ranking system benefited the army since there was a large gap existed between the officers and the enlisted personnel at the time of the establishment of the new army in Army 's ranking platform than the British. The recruiting and enlistment in the army is nationwide but the army's recruiting command maintains an ethnic balance, with those who turned away are encourage to join the either the Marines or the Air Force.
The noncommissioned officers or enlists wear respective regimental color chevrons on the right sleeve. Prior to August , the British Army 's recruiting administration had recruited the enlists from the districts of the Jhelum , Rawalpindi , and Campbellpur that dominated the recruitment flows.
Even as of today, the Pakistan Army's recruiters struggle to enlist citizens and their selfless commitment to the military from the urban areas i. After , the Bhutto administration introduced the Quota system and drastically reduced the officers and enlists from Punjab and gave strong preference to residents in Sindh , Balochistan , and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa , and such policy continue to exists to maintain an ethnic balance in the army. The Department of Army has relaxed its recruitment and medical standards in Sindh and Balochistan where the height requirement of 5 feet 4 inches is considered acceptable even with the enlists educational level at eighth grade is acceptable for the waiver; since the army recruiters take responsibility of providing education to 12th grade to the interested enlists from Balochistan and Sindh.
The army has only one bootcamp that is located in Kakul at the Pakistan Military Academy where basic training takes place. Such training usually lasts for two years until the cadets are able to meet their graduation requirements from the Academy.
Duration wise, it is one of the longest boot camps in the country, and the boot camp training continues for two years until the cadet is being able pass out from the academy, before selecting the college to start the career of their choice in the military.
Women have been part of the Pakistan Army since , and currently there are approximately 4, women serving in the military. The comprehensive training includes military education and development of physical efficiency skills. Pakistan is the only Muslim-majority nation which appoints women to general officer ranks, such as Major-General Shahida Malik , the first woman army officer and military physician by profession who was promoted to a two-star rank.
The Army recruits from all religions in Pakistan including Hindus , Sikhs , Zoroastrians , Christians who have held command-level positions. In , Major-General Julian Peter was the first Christian to be appointed at the command position while Hercharn Singh became the first Sikh to be commissioned in the army. Between —, a policy of restricting Hindus prior enlisting in the Pakistan Army was in practice until the policy was reversed by the federal government.
Since its organization that commenced in , the army's functionality is broadly maintained in two main branches: Combat Arms and Administrative Services. The two main branches of the army, Combat Arms and Administrative Services, also consist of several branches and functional areas that include the army officers , junior commissioned or warrant officers , and the enlisted personnel who are classified from their branches in their uniforms and berets.
The reorganization of the position standing army in , the Pakistan Army now operates six tactical commands, each commanded by the GOC-in-C , with a holding three-star rank : Lieutenant-General.
Established and organized in March , the Army Strategic Forces Command is exercise its authority for responsible training in safety , weapons deployments, and activation of the atomic missile systems. In events involving the large and massive foreign invasion by the Indian Army charging towards the Pakistan-side Punjab sector , the Pakistan Army maintains the Pakistan Army Reserves as a strategic reserve component for conducting the offense and defense measures against the advancing enemy.
Since its establishment in , the Pakistan Army has traditionally followed the British regimental system and culture, and currently there are six organized infantry regiments.
In the infantry branch, there are originally six regiments are in fact the administrative military organization that are not combat field formation, and the size of the regiments are vary as their rotation and deployments including assisting the federal government in civic administration.
In each of original six regiments, there are multiple battalions that are associated together to form an infantry regiment and such battalions do not fight together as one formation as they are all deployed over various formations in shape of being part of the brigade combat team under a Brigadier , division , or a being part of much larger corps.
After the independence from the Great Britain in , the Pakistan Army begin to follow the U. Army 's standing formation of their Infantry Branch , having the infantry battalion serving for a time period under a different command zone before being deployed to another command zone, usually in another sector or terrain when its tenure is over. The Pakistan Army has a military division dedicated towards conducting the unconventional and asymmetric warfare operations, established with the guidance provided by the United States Army in The special operation forces training school is located in Cherat in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa in Pakistan where the training and education on the philosophy of military arts and tactics take place by the army instructors.
Each battalion in the Pakistan Army Special Forces is specifically trained for a specific type of operation, and each battalion is a specialist in their nature of conducting the operation. Implementing the counterterrorism tactics in , the Army has been training the specific Army Ranger company, known as the Rangers Anti-terrorist Force ATF , along with the Army SSG company, often conduct training with the U.
Army Ranger in terror and infantry tactics. In , the Pakistan Army's war strategists developed a combat doctrine which was called " The Riposte ", which featured a strategy of "offensive-defense". Hamid Gul  — this combat doctrine was fully focused in engaging towards its primary adversary, Indian Army. The national security strategists explored the controversial idea of strategic depth in form of fomenting friendly foreign relations with Afghanistan and Iran while India substantially enhancing its offensive capabilities designed in its doctrine, the Cold Start Doctrine.
The war doctrine of "offensive-defense" entailed Pakistan not waiting to be attacked but instead launching an offense of its own, with an offense being a limited advance along with narrow fronts aiming towards occupying enemy territory near the border to a depth of 40—50 km. Due to fortification of LoC in Kashmir and difficult terrains in Northern Punjab, the Army created the Pakistan Army Reserves in the s that is concentrated in the desert terrain of Sindh - Rajasthan sector, The Army Reserve South of the Pakistan Army Reserves is grouped in several powerful field-level corps and designed to provide defensive maneuvers in case of war with the Indian Army.
The limitation and constraint of the "offensive-defense" doctrine were eventually exposed by the Indian Army's performance in the Kargil war in , as the Indian Army decided to take an action with full offense that forced Pakistan Army to go into full defense. Without the synergy between the Air Force, Navy, and Marines, the doctrine became redundant, and the Pakistan Army had to rely on international pressure on India to desist from an assault as it exactly happened, according to the Indian author, RSN Singh in After the failure of the "Offensive-defense" in , the national security institutions engaged in critical thinking to evaluate new doctrine that would provide a comprehensive grand strategy against the infiltrating enemy forces, and development began —11 for the new combat doctrine.
Based on that strategy in , the Pakistani military organized a four-tier joint military exercise, code-named: Exercise Azm-e-Nau , in which the aim was to update the military's "readiness strategy for dealing with the complex security threat environment. The Fauji Foundation lit. Military Foundation has shares in the Pakistan Stock Exchange PSX and involves in manufacturing and selling processed meat, stud, and dairy farms meant for the military's own use while there are enterprises perform functions in the local civilian economy such as bakeries, security and the banking services.
In my opinion, if we have to repeat of past events then we must understand that Military leaders can pressure only up to a point.
Beyond that their own position starts getting undermined because the military is after all is a mirror image of the civil society from which it is drawn. In times of national calamities and natural disasters, including the devastating earthquake in or the great floods in , the army engineering corps, medical, logistical personnel, and other armed forces services have played a major role in area rehabilitation and reconstruction of cities and towns while distributing the relief goods and military rations to the affected civilians.
To coordinate and manage the proper relief operations, reconstructions, and rehabilitation, the federal government appoints the active-duty officers , as an external billets appointments, to lead federal agencies such as ERRA and the NDMA. The Pakistan Army offers wide range of extensive and lucrative careers in the military to young high school graduates and the college degree holders upon enlistment, and Pakistan Army operates the large number of training schools in all over the country.
At the time of its establishment of the Pakistan Army in , the Command and Staff College in Quetta was inherited to Pakistan, and is the oldest college established during the colonial period in India in The United States eventually took over the overall training programs in the Pakistan Army under the International Military Education and Training IMET but the U. After the terrorist attacks in the United States in , the IMET cooperation was again activated with army officers begin attending the schooling in the United States but the training program was again suspended in by the Trump administration , leveling accusations on supporting armed Jihadi groups in Afghanistan.
Sources: Army Schools and Skills Schools of Pakistan Army. The Pakistan Army's training schools are not restricted to the department of the army only but inter-services officers and personnel have been trained and educated as part of the interdepartmental cooperation.
Besides, the platform provided at the NDU in Islamabad represents a radical shift from the emphasis on operational and staff functions and the level of ranks are imposed as a qualification to attend the master's program at the NDU , usually brigadiers , air commodores , and commodores , are invited to given admission in a broad range of strategic, political, social, and economic factors as these factors affect the country's national security.
Established in , the National University of Sciences and Technology NUST has now absorbed and amalgamated the existing military engineering colleges of engineering, signals, aeronautical, and medicines, and is a counterpart institution in science and technology to that of the National Defense University NDU in Islamabad.
The foreign military officials and students, including from the United States , have attended the Command and Staff College in Quetta and the National Defense University NDU in Islamabad but the American instructors and observers have penned critical analysis by reporting the curriculum offered by the Command and Staff College in Quetta to be narrow focus and failure to encourage speculative thinking or to give adequate attention to less glamorous subjects, such as logistics.
Since the s, the Pakistan Army's engineering formations have been involved in civil engineering of the important landmarks in the country, hydroelectricity , power generation , dams , and national freeways.
The Pakistan Army builds major civil engineering landmarks in the country, including the Karakoram Highway , Skardu Airport , and the national security sites in Kahuta.
The Corps of Engineers are the major civil engineering contractor and engineering consultant employed by the federal government , advising on construction management and on to improving the efficiency of construction measures in times of natural calamities. The Pakistan Army's landmark civil engineering projects included the Lyari Expressway in Karachi, Makran Coastal Highway in Balochistan, and the Khanpur Dam in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.
In military awards hierarchy , the Nishan-i-Haidar lit. Since —, there has been ten Pakistani military officers and personnel who have honored with this prestigious medal— out of which, nine have been officers and soldiers in the Pakistan Army, bestowed to those who engaged in wars with India. The Pakistan Army has been conferred with the foreign awards for its services provided to the foreign nations, including the honoring of two army pilots from the Aviation Corps who conducted a difficult operation in extracting the Slovenian mountaineer, Tomaz Humar, who got stranded on the western end of the 8,metre-high 26, ft Nanga Parbat and the Slovenian President presented Lt-Col.
Rashiduhlla Beg and Lt-Col. Khalid Amir with the Golden Order for Services in the country's capital, Ljubljana, for risking their lives during the rescue mission, a Pakistan Army statement said. In addition, there are numbers of the army general officers have been honored multiple times with the United States's Legion of Merit for cooperation and strengthening bilateral ties with the United States s— The equipment and weapon system of Pakistan Army is developed and manufactured by the local weapons industry and modern arms have been imported from the United States , China , United Kingdom , France , and the other countries in the European Union.
The Heavy Industries Taxila designs and manufactured main battle tanks MBT in cooperation with the China and the Ukraine , while the fire arms and standard rifles for the army are licensed manufactured by the Pakistan Ordnance Factories POF. From —71, the army service uniform of the Pakistan Army closely resembled to the army uniform of the British Army , but the uniform changed in preference of Sherwani.
In the s, the Ministry of Defense introduced the first camouflage pattern in the army combat uniform , resembling the British-styled DPM but this was changed in in favor of adopting the U. Woodland which continued until As of , the camouflage pattern of the brown and black BDU was issued and is worn by the officers and the army troops in their times of deployments.
Flag of Pakistan is placed over the black embroidered formation sign on the left arm and class course insignias are put up for the Goldish uniform,  decorations and awards  and the ranks. The COAS , Gen. Bajwa : the standard Sherwani-based ceremonial uniform of the Pakistan Army.
The standard army service uniform of the Pakistan Army, worn by officers and enlisted personnel. The former COAS , Gen. Sharif : The standard battle dress uniform of the Pakistan Army. The army service uniform of the Pakistan Army closely resembled to the army uniform of the British Army as seen and active from —s.
The Army offers programs in many sports including boxing , field hockey , cricket , swimming, table tennis, karate , basketball , soccer , and other sports.
The Army basketball program regularly provides the Pakistan national basketball team with players. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Land service branch of the Pakistan Armed Forces.
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Just months before Beijing unveiled the Belt and Road project in , it signed an agreement with Pakistan to build a network of satellite stations inside the South Asian country to establish the Beidou Navigation System as an alternative to the American GPS network.
Like GPS, Beidou has a civilian function and a military one. By , all 35 satellites for the system will be launched in collaboration with other Belt and Road countries, completing Beidou. Though the relationship between China and Pakistan has clearly grown closer, it has not been without tension.
CPEC could still be vulnerable to political shifts in Pakistan — as happened this year in Malaysia , which shelved three big projects by Chinese companies. Campaigning during the parliamentary elections that made him prime minister in July, Imran Khan vowed to review CPEC projects and renegotiate them if he won. In September, after meeting in Saudi Arabia with the crown prince, Mr.
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