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PAF Commission Officer Branches

PAF Commission Officer Branches

If you are looking for the all types of PAF Commission Officer Branches names and commission types of pakistan air force .Then you are on the right page and right website . as we know that every patriotic pakistani wants to join paf pakistan aor force . so to join paf you should know about all types of branches and Trades for jobs.


There are three types of courses to join paf pakistan air force as commission officer

  1. PC Courses
  2. SSC Courses
  3. SPSSC Courses

PAF Commission Officer Branches

abbreviation of all these courses:

pc course means

Permanent commission course

SSC Course means

Short service commission course

SPSSC Course means

Special Purpose short service commission course


Also read: How to join paf as aero trade

PAF All PC Courses:

General Duty (Pilot)      General Duty (Navigator)
Air Defence
Administration and Special Duty Branch
Information Technology


PAF All SSC Courses:

Administration and Special Duty Branch
Information Technology
Engineering Branch

PAF All SPSSC Courses:

Education (Religious Cadre)
General Duty Medical Officer (GDMO)
Child Specialists (Classified / Graded Specialists)
Gynaecologists (Classified / Graded Specialists)
Skin Specialists (Classified / Graded Specialists)
Medical Specialists (Classified / Graded Specialists)
ENT Specialists (Classified / Graded Specialists)
Radiologists (Classified / Graded Specialists)
Anaesthetists (Classified / Graded Specialists)


ABOUT PAF Pakistan airforce:

When Karachi, Pakistan’s coastal mega city of over ten million was a tidy small town of 250, 000 in 1933, the British colonial government of India established the subcontinent’s first air force station near Drigh Road, now called Shara-e-Faisal Air Force Base karachi . In 1934, this element of the Indian Air Force was extended to the north and the first air operations were launched in the North West Frontier Province to keep peace in the border areas along the Hindu Kush mountains.


As World War II began in Europe reconnaissance aircraft, operating from a string of coastal air bases including Drigh Road, patrolled the Arabian Sea, the Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal. Then came the big test for the fledgling air force in India: providing air support to the British-led land and naval forces attempting to roll back the Japanese military expansion into the subcontinent.


The IAF indian air force  of that time, manned mostly by British personnel but also some Indian nationals  including a handful of Muslim pilots, engineers and ground crews, was so hardly a decade old when the war ended. This indian air force IAF’s outstanding contribution to the defeat of the Japanese  invasion was greatly praised and in a gesture of the colonial times, the prefix Royal  was added to its name, which became the RIAF .

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