Six Pakistani officers, soldiers martyred in helicopter crash in Congo

Rawalpindi – Six Pakistani officers and troopers are among eight Joined together Country peacekeepers who misplaced their lives when a Jaguar helicopter slammed whereas undertaking an observation mission in Congo.

According to a press discharge issued by the ISPR, the correct cause of the crash is however to be found out. The martyred troopers were recognized as Pilot Lieutenant Colonel Asif Ali Awan, Co-Pilot Major Saad Nomani, Major Faizan Ali, Flight Design Naib Subedar Samiullah Khan, Team Chief Havaldar Muhammad Ismail, and Heavy armament specialist Muhammad Jamil.
The explanation said that the Pakistan Flying Unit is sent to UN Mission Congo on peacekeeping obligations since 2011. Pakistan has continuously played a significant part as a mindful part of the worldwide community to assist realize standards of worldwide peace and security amid different UN peacekeeping missions.
“Our Peacekeepers have continuously recognized themselves in executing challenging peacekeeping assignments in conflict-prone zones through dedication and, in the event that vital, rendering incomparable penances,” the discharge said.

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