Rear Admiral Zubair Shafique takes over as commander central Punjab

ISLAMABAD: Rear Admiral Muhammad Zubair Shafique assumed the Command as Naval Commander Central Punjab (COMCEP) right now (Tuesday).

COMCEP workouts Command over all Pakistan Navy Models/ Institutions from Bahawalpur to Wazirabad and can be the Commandant of Pakistan Navy Battle School, Lahore.

Rear Admiral Muhammad Zubair Shafique was commissioned in Operations Department of Pakistan Navy in 1988. He has a distinguished profession with huge ranging Command and Workers appointments. His Command appointments embody Command Officer PNS JALALAT, PNS TIPPU SULTAN and Commissioning Commanding Officer of PNS SAIF F-22P Frigate.

His distinguished Workers appointments embody Captain Coaching at Pakistan Naval Academy, Chief Workers Officer to Commander Pakistan Fleet, Assistant Chief of the Naval Workers (Operations), Deputy Chief of the Naval Workers (Welfare & Housing) and Deputy Chief of the Naval Workers (Personnel) at Naval Headquarters, Islamabad.

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He has additionally served as Director Ops Evaluation Cell at US NAVCENT, Bahrain. The Admiral is a graduate of Pakistan Navy Battle School Lahore, Nationwide Defence College Islamabad and Royal School of Defence Research UK. In recognition of his meritorious providers, the Admiral was awarded Hilal-e-Imtiaz Navy.

The Change of Command ceremony was held at Naval Complicated Walton, Lahore the place Rear Admiral Zahid Ilyas handed over the Command to the newly appointed Commander Central Punjab. Rear Admiral Muhammad Zubair Shafique was introduced Guard of Honour and launched to the Commanding Officers and Workers Officers of Headquarters COMCEP.

Upon assumption of Command, Rear Admiral Muhammad Zubair Shafique visited Shuhada’s Monument, laid floral wreath and supplied Fateha.

The ceremony was attended by a lot of Pakistan Navy officers, CPOs/sailors and Navy civilians.



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