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List of serving generals of the Pakistan Army

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This is the list of serving generals in the Pakistan Army. Currently, the Army has 4 Generals, 30 Lieutenant Generals, and 197 Major Generals.

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General (Pakistan)

General (Pakistan)

General ; Urdu: جنرل; abbreviated as GEN) is a four-star commissioned general officer and military rank in the Pakistan Army, officially used by the government of Pakistan to denote a supreme leader of the army. It is given to an army general officer upon promotion or possibly a position advancement with a basic pay scale of 22 (BPS-22). It is the highest rank in the armed services with NATO's equivalent-rank code of OF-9, immediately ranks above three-star lieutenant general and below five-star field marshal. Since it is denoted by a four-star rank, it is equivalent to the rank of admiral and air chief marshal. The Pakistan army is led by a senior four-star general as Chief of Army Staff (COAS). The army chief also serves as a senior member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (JCSC). A new Chief of Army Staff is not always the most senior of the eligible generals; indeed, as of 2016, the new COAS has been the most senior candidate only four of fourteen times. Army general is a powerful rank in the country designed to command security affairs with military leadership privileges.

Pakistan Army

Pakistan Army

The Pakistan Army is the land service branch of the Pakistan Armed Forces. The roots of its modern existence trace back to the British Indian Army that ceased to exist following the Partition of British India, which occurred as a result of the 1947 Indian Independence Act of the United Kingdom. According to statistics provided by the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) in 2021, the Pakistan Army has approximately 560,000 active-duty personnel, supported by the Army Reserve and National Guard. Pakistani citizens can enlist for voluntary military service upon reaching 16 years of age, but cannot be deployed for combat until the age of 18 in accordance with the Constitution of Pakistan.

Lieutenant general (Pakistan)

Lieutenant general (Pakistan)

Lieutenant General is a three-star army officer rank in the Pakistan Army. It is equivalent to a vice admiral in the Pakistan Navy and an air marshal in the Pakistan Air Force. A lieutenant general is also called a three-star general. Like other armies, this rank is higher than a major general and lower than a full general. There are currently 27 Lieutenant Generals in the Pakistan Army, with each usually presiding over a corps.

List of designated and active Four-Star Officers

Designation Name & Rank Arm Awards Unit & Course


Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC)
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General

Sahir Shamshad Mirza

Colonel-in-Chief
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Sindh Regiment

Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)

8 Sindh Regiment
76 L/C
Chief of the Army Staff (COAS)
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General
Syed Asim Munir Ahmad Shah
Colonel-in-Chief
Frontier Force Regiment

Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)

Sword of Honour
23 Frontier Force Regiment
OTS 17th Course

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Four-star rank

Four-star rank

A four-star rank is the rank of any four-star officer described by the NATO OF-9 code. Four-star officers are often the most senior commanders in the armed services, having ranks such as (full) admiral, (full) general, colonel general, army general, or in the case of those air forces with a separate rank structure, air chief marshal. This designation is also used by some armed forces that are not North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) members.

Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee

Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee

The Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC) is, in principle, the highest-ranking and senior most uniformed military officer, typically at four-star rank, in the Pakistan Armed Forces who serves as a Principal Staff Officer and a chief military adviser to the civilian government led by elected Prime minister of Pakistan and his/her National Security Council. The role of advisement is also extended to the elected members in the bicameral Parliament and the Ministry of Defence. The Chairman leads the meetings and coordinates the combined efforts of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (JCSC), comprising the Chairman, the Chief of Army Staff and Chief of Air Staff and the Chief of Naval Staff, Commandant of Marines, DG Coast Guards and Strategic Plans Division, and commanders of the service branches in the paramilitary command.

General (Pakistan)

General (Pakistan)

General ; Urdu: جنرل; abbreviated as GEN) is a four-star commissioned general officer and military rank in the Pakistan Army, officially used by the government of Pakistan to denote a supreme leader of the army. It is given to an army general officer upon promotion or possibly a position advancement with a basic pay scale of 22 (BPS-22). It is the highest rank in the armed services with NATO's equivalent-rank code of OF-9, immediately ranks above three-star lieutenant general and below five-star field marshal. Since it is denoted by a four-star rank, it is equivalent to the rank of admiral and air chief marshal. The Pakistan army is led by a senior four-star general as Chief of Army Staff (COAS). The army chief also serves as a senior member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (JCSC). A new Chief of Army Staff is not always the most senior of the eligible generals; indeed, as of 2016, the new COAS has been the most senior candidate only four of fourteen times. Army general is a powerful rank in the country designed to command security affairs with military leadership privileges.

Sahir Shamshad Mirza

Sahir Shamshad Mirza

General Sahir Shamshad Mirza HI(M) is a four-star ranking general in the Pakistan Army, He is currently serving as the 18th Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee He was appointed to the post on 27 November 2022. Prior to his appointment as Commander of X Corps (Pakistan) at Rawalpindi, he previously served as 35th Chief of General Staff until succeeded by Azhar Abbas.

Chief of Army Staff (Pakistan)

Chief of Army Staff (Pakistan)

The Chief of Army Staff, is the most senior officer in the Pakistan Army. It is one of the most powerful positions in Pakistan.

Asim Munir (general)

Asim Munir (general)

Asim Munir Ahmed HI(M) is a Pakistani four-star rank general and Chief of Army Staff designate currently serving as a Quartermaster general in the Pakistan Army. He commanded the XXX Corps (Pakistan) in Gujranwala from 17 June 2019 to 6 October 2021. He served as the 23rd Director-General of the ISI until he was replaced with Lt. Gen. Faiz Hameed on 16 June 2019. He is also a holder of the Sword of Honour. Prime Minister of Pakistan Shehbaz Sharif announced him as 11th Chief of Army staff on 24 November 2022 for the term of 3 years.

Frontier Force Regiment

Frontier Force Regiment

The Frontier Force Regiment is one of the six infantry regiments of the Pakistan Army. They are popularly known as the Piffers in reference to their military history as the PIF of the British Indian Army, or as the FF. The regiment takes its name from the historic North-West Frontier, a former province of British India and later Pakistan.

Hilal-i-Imtiaz

Hilal-i-Imtiaz

The Hilaal-e-Imtiaz, also spelled and transliterated as Hilāl-e-Imtiyāz, is the second-highest civilian award and honour given to both civilians and military officers of the Pakistan Armed Forces by the Government of Pakistan. It recognises individuals who have made an "especially meritorious contribution to the security or national interests of Pakistan, world peace, cultural or other significant public endeavors". It is a civilian award, and not limited to the citizens of Pakistan.

Sword of Honour (Pakistan)

Sword of Honour (Pakistan)

The Sword of Honour is an honorary sword awarded to that "Gentleman Cadet", "Officer Cadet", "Aviation Cadet" or "Lady Cadet" who achieves an overall best performance during his or her entire training period at the Pakistan Military Academy at Kakul, the Pakistan Air Force Academy at Risalpur, or the Pakistan Naval Academy at Karachi. The award of a Sword of Honour is regarded as a significant honour by the officers of the Armed Forces of Pakistan and many cadets aspire to win it.

List of designated and active Three-Star Officers

# Rank Name Position Arm Decorations
1 Lieutenant General

Azhar Abbas Chief of General Staff (CGS), GHQ, Rawalpindi Colonel Commandant
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Baloch Regiment

Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)
2 Nauman Mehmood President National Defence University (NDU), Islamabad Baloch Regiment logo.png
Baloch Regiment

Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)
3 Faiz Hameed Commander XXXI Corps, Bahawalpur Baloch Regiment logo.png
Baloch Regiment

Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)
4 Muhammad Aamer[1] Commander XXX Corps, Gujranwala

Regiment of Artillery

Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)
5 Muhammad Chiragh Haider Inspector General, Training & Evaluation, (IG T&E), GHQ, Rawalpindi
Frontier Force Regiment

Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)
6 Nadeem Ahmad Anjum Director General Inter Services Intelligence (DG ISI), Islamabad
Punjab Regiment

Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)
7 Khalid Zia Military Secretary (MS), GHQ, Rawalpindi
Punjab Regiment

Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)
8 Ali Amir Awan[2] Chairman Pakistan Ordinance Factory (POF), Wah
Regiment of Artillery

Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)
9 Muhammad Saeed Commander V Corps, Karachi Badge of Sind Regiment.png
Sindh Regiment

Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)
10 Akhtar Nawaz[3] Commander, (Southern Command), II Corps, Multan
Frontier Force Regiment

Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)
11 Muhammad Ali Commander Army Strategic Forces Command (ASFC), Rawalpindi
Regiment of Artillery

Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)
12 Sardar Hassan Azhar Hayat Khan Commander XI Corps, Peshawar
Frontier Force Regiment

Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)
13 Asif Ghafoor Commander XII Corps, Quetta
Regiment of Artillery

Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)
14 Salman Fayyaz Ghani Commander IV Corps, Lahore
Frontier Force Regiment

Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)
15 Saqib Mehmood Malik[4] Chief of Logistics Staff (CLS), GHQ, Rawalpindi
Punjab Regiment

Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)
16 Muhammad Asim Malik[5] Adjutant General (AG), GHQ, Rawalpindi Baloch Regiment logo.png
Baloch Regiment

Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)

Sword of Honour
17 Inam Haider Malik[6] Chairman, National Disaster Management Authority, (NDMA), Islamabad
18 Fayyaz Hussain Shah Inspector General, Arms (IG Arms), GHQ, Rawalpindi
19 Nauman Zakaria Commander X Corps, Rawalpindi
20 Syed Aamer Raza Chairman, Heavy Industries Taxila (C HIT), Taxila
21 Ayman Bilal Safdar Commander, (Central Command), I Corps, Mangla
22 Ahsan Gulrez Director General, Joint Staff, (DG JS) at JS HQ, Chaklala
23 Shahid Imtiaz Quartermaster General (QMG) GHQ, Rawalpindi
24 Muhammad Zafar Iqbal Commander, Army Air Defence Command (Comd AADC), Rawalpindi
25 Muhammad Munir Afsar Inspector General Communication & Information Technology, (IG C&IT), GHQ, Rawalpindi
26 Babar Iftikhar Director General, Inter Services Public Relations (DG ISPR), Rawalpindi
27 Yusuf Jamal Director General, Strategic Plans Division, (DG SPD), JS HQ, Rawalpindi
28 Kashif Nazir Engineer in Chief, (E-in-C), GHQ, Rawalpindi

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Azhar Abbas (general)

Azhar Abbas (general)

Lieutenant General Azhar Abbas HI(M) is a three-star ranking general in the Pakistani Army, who is serving as the 35th Chief of General Staff (CGS) of the Pakistan Army. He was appointed to the position on 8 September 2021, replacing Lieutenant-General Sahir Shamshad Mirza.

Chief of General Staff (Pakistan)

Chief of General Staff (Pakistan)

Chief of General Staff is the most coveted position within the Pakistan Army after that of the Chief of Army Staff (COAS). Although four-star Chief of Army Staff (COAS) is the head of the land forces, CGS is "the organisational lead on both intelligence and operations". Since 1985 a three-star lieutenant general is appointed to the post of CGS.

General Headquarters (Pakistan Army)

General Headquarters (Pakistan Army)

The General Headquarters (GHQ) is the headquarters of the Pakistan Army and is located in Rawalpindi, adjacent to the Joint Staff Headquarters. It was established on 14 August 1947 in the headquarters of the former Northern Command of the British Indian Army. In December 2017 it was announced that the Army would be moving to a new GHQ in neighbouring Islamabad.

Baloch Regiment

Baloch Regiment

The Baloch Regiment is an infantry regiment of the Pakistan Army. The modern regiment was formed in May 1956 by the merger of 8th Punjab and Bahawalpur Regiments with the Baluch Regiment. Since then, further raisings have brought the strength of the Regiment to 57 active battalions. The Baloch Regiment is descended from the infantry of the old British Indian Army and is named after Balochistan. Before 1991, it was called the Baluch Regiment but the spelling was changed to 'Baloch' to better reflect the correct pronunciation.

Hilal-i-Imtiaz

Hilal-i-Imtiaz

The Hilaal-e-Imtiaz, also spelled and transliterated as Hilāl-e-Imtiyāz, is the second-highest civilian award and honour given to both civilians and military officers of the Pakistan Armed Forces by the Government of Pakistan. It recognises individuals who have made an "especially meritorious contribution to the security or national interests of Pakistan, world peace, cultural or other significant public endeavors". It is a civilian award, and not limited to the citizens of Pakistan.

Nauman Mehmood

Nauman Mehmood

Nauman Mahmood HI(M) is lieutenant general in the Pakistan Army currently serving as the 35th President of National Defence University since 23 November 2021. His previous assignments includes Commanding Officer (CO) of an Infantry Regiment and Chief of Staff (COS) of a Corps. He also served as General Officer Commanding (GOC) of an Infantry Division in North Waziristan District and finally Director General Inter-Services Intelligence as a two star before getting promoted to a Lieutenant General. He was appointed to the General Headquarters as Inspector General for Communication & Information Technology Branch at Rawalpindi.

National Defence University, Pakistan

National Defence University, Pakistan

The National Defence University (NDU), formerly introduced as Army War Course (1963–70), the National Defence College (1970–2007), is the military university with additional status of public university of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan focused on military education and training for the armed forces, including Pakistan military forces and two hundred foreign participants. Formerly established on 28 May 1970 at Rawalpindi, its academic principles are focused on command instructions, national security, military strategy, and war studies among other specified academic disciplines. It is one of the oldest military education and training institutes in the country with additional enrollments reserved for the civil servants.

Islamabad

Islamabad

Islamabad is the capital city of Pakistan. It is the country's ninth-most populous city, with a population of over 1.2 million people, and is federally administered by the Pakistani government as part of the Islamabad Capital Territory. Built as a planned city in the 1960s, it replaced Rawalpindi as Pakistan's national capital. The city is notable for its high standards of living, safety, cleanliness, and abundant greenery.

Faiz Hameed

Faiz Hameed

Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed HI(M) is a three-star ranking general in the Pakistani Army. He is currently serving as Commander of the XXXI Corps. He was commissioned in the Baloch Regiment having served as the 24th Director General of the ISI and as GOC 16th Infantry Division Pano Akil.

Bahawalpur

Bahawalpur

Bahawalpur, is a city located in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Bahawalpur is the 11th largest city in Pakistan by population as per a 2017 census, with a population of 762,111. It's also the largest city by land area consisting of Cholistan, the largest desert of Punjab.

Gujranwala

Gujranwala

Gujranwala is a city and capital of Gujranwala Division located in Pakistan. It is also known as "City of Wrestlers" and is quite famous for its food. It is the 5th most populous city proper after Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad and Rawalpindi respectively. Founded in the 18th century, Gujranwala is a relatively modern town compared to the many nearby millennia-old cities of northern Punjab. The city served as the capital of the Sukerchakia Misl state between 1763 and 1799, and is the birthplace of the founder of the Sikh Empire, Maharaja Ranjit Singh.

Pakistan Army Artillery Corps

Pakistan Army Artillery Corps

The Regiment of Artillery is an arm of Pakistan Army tasked with Muzzle-projectile weapons. The Regiment of Artillery in itself comprises a number of regiments stationed with corps and divisions.

List of designated and active Three-Star Officers from the medical corps

# Rank Name Position Decorations
1 Lieutenant General

Nigar Johar Surgeon General / Director General Medical Services (Inter-Services) DGMS (IS), GHQ, Rawalpindi
Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)

Tamgha-e-Imtiaz (Military)
Colonel Commandant
Army Medical Corps
2 Wasim Alamgir Rector National University of Medical Sciences (NUMS), Rawalpindi
Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military)

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Three-star rank

Three-star rank

An officer of three-star rank is a senior commander in many of the armed services holding a rank described by the NATO code of OF-8. The term is also used by some armed forces which are not NATO members. Typically, three-star officers hold the rank of vice admiral, lieutenant general, or in the case of those air forces with a separate rank structure, air marshal.

Nigar Johar

Nigar Johar

Lieutenant General Nigar Johar Khan HI(M) TI(M) is a three-star general in the Pakistan Army. Nigar is the first and only woman in the history of Pakistan Army to reach the rank of lieutenant-general, and the third to reach the rank of major-general. She belongs to the Pakistan Army Medical Corps and currently serves as the surgeon general of Pakistan Army and Colonel commandant of Army Medical Corps. The other five women major-generals Shahida Badsha, Shahida Malik, Shehla Baqai, Abeera Chaudhry and Shazia Nisar also belong to the Army Medical Corps.

General Headquarters (Pakistan Army)

General Headquarters (Pakistan Army)

The General Headquarters (GHQ) is the headquarters of the Pakistan Army and is located in Rawalpindi, adjacent to the Joint Staff Headquarters. It was established on 14 August 1947 in the headquarters of the former Northern Command of the British Indian Army. In December 2017 it was announced that the Army would be moving to a new GHQ in neighbouring Islamabad.

Hilal-i-Imtiaz

Hilal-i-Imtiaz

The Hilaal-e-Imtiaz, also spelled and transliterated as Hilāl-e-Imtiyāz, is the second-highest civilian award and honour given to both civilians and military officers of the Pakistan Armed Forces by the Government of Pakistan. It recognises individuals who have made an "especially meritorious contribution to the security or national interests of Pakistan, world peace, cultural or other significant public endeavors". It is a civilian award, and not limited to the citizens of Pakistan.

Tamgha-e-Imtiaz

Tamgha-e-Imtiaz

Tamgha-e-Imtiaz also spelled as Tamgha-i-Imtiaz, is a state-organised honour of Pakistan. It is given to any civilian in Pakistan based on their achievements. While it is a civilian/military award, it can be bestowed upon officers of the Pakistan Armed Forces and worn on their uniform. It can also be awarded to foreign citizens who have performed great service to Pakistan.

Pakistan Army Medical Corps

Pakistan Army Medical Corps

The Pakistan Army Medical Corps, Urdu: ﺁرمى مڈيكل كور; Army Medical Corps, abbreviated as the AMC and popularly known as Medical Corps, is a military administrative combatant staff corps, and a primary military medical command of the Pakistan Army. Initially part of the Indian Army Medical Corps, it was born in 1947 and served since Pakistan's independence in 1947. It is a vital part of Pakistan Army, serving in a support and military medical role. The corps also has a secondary role of providing civil services in health, rehabilitation and disaster relief to the wider Pakistan community.

National University of Medical Sciences

National University of Medical Sciences

The National University of Medical Sciences, commonly referred as NUMS, is a public university located in Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan.

List of designated and active Two-Star Officers

# Rank Name Arm Position Decorations
1 Muhammad Arif, (superseded) Director General, Defence Export Promotion Organization (DG DEPO) at MoDP, Islamabad
2 Abid Latif Khan, (superseded)
3 Khalid Javed, (superseded)
4 Saeed Ahmad Nagra, (superseded)
5 Amjad Ali Khan Khattak, (superseded)
6 Azhar Rashid, (superseded)
7 Amer Nadeem, (superseded) Chairman, Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO), Karachi
8 Saeed Akhter, (superseded) Surveyor General of Pakistan, Islamabad
9 Muhammad Zafar Iqbal, (superseded) Commander, Logistics Area (Comd Log Area), Karachi
10 Muhammad Raza Jalil

(superseded)

Director General, Welfare & Rehabilitation (DG W&R) at AG Branch GHQ, Rawalpindi
11 Muhammad Imtiaz Khan

(superseded)

12 Kanwar Adnan Ahmed Khan, (superseded) Commander Logistics Area (Comd Log Area), Multan
13 Usman Haq, (superseded) Director General Munitions Production, (DG MP) at Ministry of Defence Production, Rawalpindi
14 Tariq Zameer, (superseded) Director General, Military Land and Cantonments (DG ML&C), Rawalpindi
15 Numan Ahmed Hashmi, (superseded) Director General, Project Management Organisation (DG PMO), Taxila
16 Rizwan Afzal, (superseded) Director General Intelligence (DG I) at Strategic Plans Division (SPD), JSHQ, Rawalpindi
17 Tahir Gulzar Malik (superseded) Director General, Human Resource Development (DG HRD) at T&E Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
18 Shahid Mahmood (superseded) Director General Remount Veterinary & Farms Corps (DG RV&FC), Rawalpindi
19 Muhammad Asghar Warraich (superseded) Director General Federal Government Educational Institutions (DG FGEI) at T&E branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
20 Khalid Saeed (superseded)
21 Sarfraz Muhammad (superseded) Cammander Logistics Area (Comd Log Area), Quetta
22 Rafiq Ur Rehman (superseded) Director General, Engineers (DG Engrs) at Arms Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
23 Muhammad Aniq Ur Rehman Malik (superseded) Director General Anti Norcotics Force (DG ANF), Chaklala
24 Shahid Nazir (superseded) MRC at GS Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
25 Zia Ur Rehman (superseded) Commander Logistics Area (Comd Log Area), Gujranwala
26 Zahid Mahmood (superseded) LS Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
27 Azhar Iqbal Abbasi (superseded) MRC CLS Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
28 Tariq Mahmood (superseded) Director General National Guards (DG NG) at AG Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
29 Syed Shahab Shahid (superseded) Vice Chief of Logistics Staff - B (VCLS-B), at LS Branch, GHQ Rawalpindi
30 Muhammad Ayub Ahsan Bhatti (superseded) Director General, Inspection & Technical Development (DG ITD) at AG Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
31 Muhammad Asim Iqbal (superseded)
32 Hassan Akhtar Kayani (superseded) Director General, Corps of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (DG EME) at Arms Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
33 Irfan Arshad (superseded) Director General Law (DG Law) at AG branch GHQ, Rawalpindi
34 Muhammad Ahmed Malik Director General, Armoured Corps (DG AC) at Arms Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
35 Dr. Syed Najeeb Ahmad (superseded) Director General Army Aviation (DG Avn) at Arms Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
36 Tahir Hameed Shah Director General, Weapons and Equipment (DG W&E) at AG Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
37 Irfan Ahmed Malik General Officer Commanding Strategic Forces North, (GOC SFN), Sargodha
38 Raza Ali Khan Pro Rector National University of Technology (PR NuTech), Islamabad
39 Adnan Asif Jah Shad (superseded) Director General Airport Security Force, (DG ASF), Karachi
40 Muhammad Zahid Khan (superseded) Commander Logistics Area (Comd Log Area), Peshawar
41 Ghulam Jafar (superseded) Commander Logistics Area (Comd Log Area), Rawalpindi
42 Dr. Ehsan Mehmood Khan Director General, Infantry (DG Inf) at Arms Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
43 Muhammad Yousaf Majoka Director General Quartering & Lands (DG Q&L) at QMG Br GHQ, Rawalpindi
44 Muhammad Shahbaz Khan General Officer Commanding, 10 Division (GOC 10 Div), Lahore
45 Asad Nawaz Director General Military Training (DG MT) at T&E Branch , GHQ Rawalpindi
46 Rahat Naseem Ahmed Khan Chief Instructor, A Division (CI A Div) at NDU, Islamabad
47 Khurram Sarfraz Khan Additional Secretary – I, Ministry of Defence (AS-I MoD), Rawalpindi
48 Amer Ahsan Nawaz Commandant Pakistan Command and Staff College (Comdt C&SC), Quetta
49 Mumtaz Hussain
50 Nayyar Naseer Director General, Pay Pension and Accountst (DG PP&A) at AG Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
51 Zahid Sarwar Malik Director General Army Air Defence (DG AAD) at Arms Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
52 Kamran Khurshid Deputy Quarter Master General (Dy QMG) at GHQ Rawalpindi
53 Khurram Anwar Qadri Director General, Military Vehicles Research and Development Establishment (DG MVRDE), Rawalpindi
54 Sarfraz Ahmad General Officer Commanding 8 Infantry Division (GOC 8 Inf Div), Sialkot
55 Muhammad Ali Khan Signal Officer in Chief (SO in C) at Arms Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
56 Kashif Zafar Director General, Procurement Army (DG P – Army) at AG Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
57 Shakir Ullah Khattak Director General Analysis (DG A) at Dte Gen ISI, Islamabad
58 Amir Naveed Warraich Director General, Security and Administration (DG S&A) at Dte Gen ISI, Islamabad
59 Muhammad Aamir Majeed Director General Personnel Services & Provost Marshal (DG PS&PM) at AG Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
60 Mohammad Ejaz Mirza Director General Defence Purchase (DG DP), Min of Defence Production, Rawalpindi
61 Muhammad Ahsan Khattak General Officer Commanding 9 Infantry Division, (GOC 9 Inf Div), Kohat
62 Muhammad Aqeel Director General, Weapons Development (DG Wpns Dev) at Strategic Plans Division, JSHQ, Rawalpindi
63 Syed Imdad Hussain Shah Director General (DG H) at Dte Gen ISI, Islamabad
64 Omer Ahmed Bokhari Commandant Pakistan Military Academy, PMA Kakul, Abbottabad
65 Azhar Waqas Director General, Pakistan Rangers Sindh, ( DG PR(Sindh) ), Karachi
66 Muhammad Aamer Najam Chief Instructor, 'B' Div (CI B Div) at NDU, Islamabad
67 Zafar Iqbal Marwat General Officer Commanding 1st Armoured Division, (GOC 1st Armoured Div), Multan
68 Avais Dastgir Director General Military Operations (DG MO) at GS Branch GHQ, Rawalpindi
69 Muhammad Irfan Private Secretary to Chief of Army Staff ( PS(C) ), at COAS Sectt, GHQ, Rawalpindi
70 Tabassum Habib Director General Perspective Planning Cell (DG PPC), GHQ Rawalpindi
71 Muhammad Shuja Anwar General Officer Commanding 21 Artillery Division, (GOC 21 Div), Pano Aqil
72 Dilawar Khan Director General ESA at Strategic Plans Division, JSHQ, Rawalpindi
73 Asif Mahmood Goraya Commandant School of Army Air Defence (Comdt SAAD), Malir
74 Kamal Azfar Director General, Frontier Works Organization (DG FWO), Rawalpindi
75 Muhammad Kashif Azad Director General Personal (DG P) at Dte Gen ISI, Islamabad
76 Majid Jahangir Director General Foreign Military Cooperation (DG FMC) at JSHQ, Rawalpindi
77 Akif Iqbal Director General Counter-Terrorism (DG CT) at Dte Gen ISI, Islamabad
78 Inayat Hussain Vice Cheif of General Staff - B (VCGS-B), at GS Branch, GHQ Rawalpindi
79 Adil Yamin Director General Personnel Administration, (DG PA), at AG Branch, GHQ
80 Muhammad Hassan Khattak Director General, K (DG K) at Dte Gen ISI, Islamabad
81 Kamran Ahmed Satti Director General Budget (DG B) at LS Branch GHQ, Rawalpindi
82 Ahmed Sharif Chaudhry
83 Faheem Amer Director General (F) at Dte Gen ISI, Islamabad
84 Rashid Mehmood Director General Commercial, Pakistan Ordnance Factories Wah Cantt
85 Abdul Moeed General Officer Commanding, 6th Armoured Division (GOC 6 Armd Div), Gujranwala
86 Shahid Manzoor Director General Artillery (DG Arty) at Arms Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
87 Arshad Mehmood Director General Defence Security Force (DG DSF), Rawalpindi
88 Muhammad Atif Mansha General Officer Commanding 2 Arty Division (GOC 2 Arty Div), Gujranwala
89 Iftikhar Hassan Chaudhary Director General Military Intelligence (DG MI) at GS Branch GHQ, Rawalpindi
90 Mushtaq Ali
91 Muhammad Umer Bashir Commandant School of Artillery (SoA), Nowshera
92 Asad Ur Rehman General Officer Commanding 3 Air Defence Division (GOC 3 AD Div), Sargodha
93 Wajid Aziz General Officer Commanding 12 Infantry Division (GOC 12 Inf Div), Murree
94 Kamran Tabrez Savera General Officer Commanding 14 Inf Division (GOC 14 Div), Okara
95 Muhammad Raza Aizad Director General, Institute of Strategic Studies Research and Analysis (DG ISSRA) at NDU, Islamabad
96 Chaudhary Amir Ajmal Inspector General Frontier Corps, Balochistan North (IG FC Bln N), Quetta
97 Jawwad Ahmed Qazi Director General Doctrine & Evaluation (DG D&E), at T&E Branch, GHQ Rawalpindi
98 Ehsan Ali Additional Secretary, Ministry of Defence Production (AS MoDP) Rawalpindi
99 Kamran Nazir Malik Director General Logistics (DG Log), at LS Branch, GHQ Rawalpindi
100 Ghulam Shabeer Narejo Director General Organization and Methods (DG O&M), at AG Branch, GHQ Rawalpindi
101 Adil Rehmani General Officer Commanding Special Services Group (GOC SSG), Tarbela
102 Javed Dost Chandio Commandant School of Infantry & Tactics (Comdt SI&T), Quetta
103 Syed Asif Hussain Director General Human Resource (DG HR) at Med Dte, AG Branch, GHQ
104 Muhammad Ishaq Khattak Director General Operations & Planning (DG Ops & Plans) at JSHQ, Rawalpindi
105 Muhammad Shahbaz Tabassum Director General X (DG X) at Dte Gen ISI, Islamabad
106 Zafar Iqbal
107 Imran Ullah DG Aviation Fleet Management Dte (DG AFM) at LS Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
108 Sheharyar Pervez Butt Strategic Plans Division (SPD)
109 Omar Maqbool Commandant School of Armour & Mechnized Warfare (Comdt SoA&MW), Nowsehra
110 Muhammad Asim Khan
111 Ghulam Muhammad General Officer Commanding Strategic Forces South (GOC SFS), Petaro
112 Muhammad Nadeem Ashraf General Officer Commanding 23 Infantry Division (GOC 23 Inf Div), Jehlum
113 Amer Ashfaq Kayani General Officer Commanding 4 Air Defence Division, (GOC 4 AD Div), Malir
114 Muhammad Imtanan Babar Director General Housing (DG H) at AG Branch, GHQ
115 Abdul Sami General Officer Commanding, 45 Engineers Division (GOC 45 Engrs Div), Rawalpindi
116 Umer Ahmed Shah
117 Muhammad Shahid Siddeeq Director General Special Communication Organization (DG SCO), Rawalpindi
118 Muhammad Farhan Yousaf General Officer Commanding 37 Infantry Division (GOC 37 Inf Div), Kharian
119 Muneer ud Din General Officer Commanding 35th Infantry Division (GOC 35 Inf Div), Bahawalpur
120 Muhammad Irfan Khan General Officer Commanding 19th Infantry Division (GOC 19 Inf Div), Mangla
121 Noor Wali Khan Inspector General, Frontier Corps , Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, North, (IG FC KP N), Peshawar
122 Kamal Anwar Chaudhry Inspector General, Frontier Corps Balochistan South, (IG FC Bln S), Turbat
123 Salman Moin Director General Staff Duties (DG SD) at COAS Sectt, GHQ, Rawalpindi
124 Naseem Anwar General Officer Commanding 15th Infantry Division (GOC 15 Inf Div), Sialkot
125 Malik Amir Muhammad Khan General Officer Commanding 11 Division (GOC 11 Div), Lahore
126 Adnan Sarwar Malik Chief of Staff Southern Command (COS SC), Okara
127 Mohammad Qaddafi Director General, Pakistan Rangers Punjab, ( DG PR(Punjab) ), Lahore
128 Muhammad Naeem Akhter General Officer Commanding, 7th Infantry Division (GOC 7 Inf Div), Miranshah
129 Ahmad Bilal General Officer Commanding 40 Infantry Division (GOC 40 Inf Div), Okara
130 Muhammad Shahab Aslam General Officer Commanding 33 Infantry Division (GOC 33 Inf Div), Quetta
131 Nadeem Yousaf General Officer Commanding Army Aviation Command (GOC AAvn), Rawalpindi
132 Farrukh Shahzad Rao
133 Khurram Nisar
134 Omer Naseem General Officer Commanding 25 Mechanized Division (GOC 25 Mech Div) Malir
135 Syed Abbas Ali Cheif of Staff Central Command (COS CC), Kharian
136 Muhammad Abbas General Officer Commanding, 34 Light Infantry Division (GOC 34 Inf Div), Chilas
137 Muhammad Shahid Abro
138 Luqman Hafeez Deputy Engineer-in-Chief (Dy E-in-C), GHQ, Rawalpindi
139 Muhammad Yasir Elahi Director General Works & Cheif Engineer Army (DG W&CE - A), GHQ Rawalpindi
140 Adeel Haider Minhas Director General, Technical (DG T) at Dte Gen ISI, Islamabad
141 Syed Ali Raza Director General Command Control Communication Computer and Intelligence (DG C4I), at C&IT Branch, GHQ Rawalpindi
142 Shahid Pervaiz General Officer Commanding 26 Mechanised Division (GOC 26 Mech Div), Bahawalpur
143 Ahsan Waqas Kayani
General Officer Commanding 44 Special Security Division (GOC 44 SSD), Gwadar
144 Azhar Yasin Deputy Inspector General, Communication and Information Technology, (Dy IGC&IT), GHQ, Rawalpindi
145 Qaiser Suleman
146 Haroon Ishaq Raja General Officer Commanding 17 Infantry Division (GOC 17 Inf Div), Kharian
147 Aamer Amin General Officer Commanding 16 Infantry Division (GOC 16 Inf Div), Pano Aqil
148 Haroon Hameed Chaudhry Inspector General, Frontier Corps Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, South (IG FC KP-S), Dera Ismail Khan
149 Waseem Iftikhar Cheema Director General Joint Information & Operations (DG JI&O) at JSHQ, Rawalpindi
150 Muhammad Hussain
151 Shoaib Bin Akram Director General Security & Counter terrorism (DG S&CT), Rawalpindi
152 Kashif Khalil Commander, Force Command Northern Areas (Comd FCNA), Gilgit
153 Kashif Abdullah General Officer Commanding 41 Infantry Division (41 Inf Div), Quetta
154 Faisal Naseer Director General, Counter Intelligence (DG CI) at Dte Gen ISI, Islamabad
155 Ahmad Kamal Director General Supply & Transport (DG S&T) at LS Branch, GHQ, Rawalpindi
156 Saeed ur Rehman Sarwar

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Two-star rank

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Pakistan Army Armoured Corps

Pakistan Army Armoured Corps

The Pakistan Army Armoured Corps is a combat branch of the Pakistan Army, tasked with armoured warfare. Equipped with more than 3,742 main battle tanks, the corps is headquartered in the garrison town of Nowshera. The corps has only administrative control of its component regiments. The regiments are deployed in a number of field formations including two armoured divisions, two mechanised divisions, and a number of independent armoured brigades.

Defence Export Promotion Organization

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The Defence Export Promotion Organization (DEPO) is an agency of the Government of Pakistan which is responsible for promoting Pakistan's defence industry. It operates under the Ministry of Defence Production. DEPO organizes the annual two year International Defence Exhibition and Seminar (IDEAS) conference, which takes places at the Karachi Expo Center in Karachi, Pakistan. As of July 2019, the Director General of DEPO is Major General Kamran Ali, HI(M).

Hilal-i-Imtiaz

Hilal-i-Imtiaz

The Hilaal-e-Imtiaz, also spelled and transliterated as Hilāl-e-Imtiyāz, is the second-highest civilian award and honour given to both civilians and military officers of the Pakistan Armed Forces by the Government of Pakistan. It recognises individuals who have made an "especially meritorious contribution to the security or national interests of Pakistan, world peace, cultural or other significant public endeavors". It is a civilian award, and not limited to the citizens of Pakistan.

Frontier Force Regiment

Frontier Force Regiment

The Frontier Force Regiment is one of the six infantry regiments of the Pakistan Army. They are popularly known as the Piffers in reference to their military history as the PIF of the British Indian Army, or as the FF. The regiment takes its name from the historic North-West Frontier, a former province of British India and later Pakistan.

Baloch Regiment

Baloch Regiment

The Baloch Regiment is an infantry regiment of the Pakistan Army. The modern regiment was formed in May 1956 by the merger of 8th Punjab and Bahawalpur Regiments with the Baluch Regiment. Since then, further raisings have brought the strength of the Regiment to 57 active battalions. The Baloch Regiment is descended from the infantry of the old British Indian Army and is named after Balochistan. Before 1991, it was called the Baluch Regiment but the spelling was changed to 'Baloch' to better reflect the correct pronunciation.

Azad Kashmir Regiment

Azad Kashmir Regiment

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List of designated and active Two-Star Officers from the medical corps

# Rank Name Position Decorations
1 Shehla Baqai Head of Department Obs & Gynaecology CMH Lahore Medical College, Lahore
2 Muhammad Asad Qureshi Advisor & Head of Department Spine Surgery at CMH Rawalpindi
3 Shahid Hameed Chaudhry Advisor and Head Of Department Plastic Surgery at CMH Rawalpindi
4 Muhammad Qasim Butt Consultant Liver Transplant Surgeon, Army Liver Transplant Unit (ALTU), Rawalpindi
5 Farhan Tuyyab Commandant ACC ( Army Cardiac Centre ) Lahore Pakistan
6 Muhammad Afsheen Iqbal Warraich Commandant, Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology (AFIC), Rawalpindi
7 Farrukh Saeed Principal Army Medical College, Rawalpindi
8 Qudrat Ullah Malik Advisor in Pediatrics at NUMS, Rawalpindi
9 Aamer Ikram Executive Director, National Institute of Health, Islamabad (ED NIH)
10 Muhammad Aleem Inspector General Hospitals, Med Dte, GHQ
11 Ahsan Altaf Commandant, Armed Forces Postgraduate Medical Institute (AFPGMI), Rawalpindi
12 Mohsin Muhammad Qureshi Commandant Combined Military Hospital (CMH), Rawalpindi
13 Zaheer Akhtar Director General Medical Services Azad Kashmir (DGMS AK) / Secretary Health AJK
14 Mahmood Sultan Deputy Surgeon General / Deputy Director General Medical Services (Inter Services) (DDG MS), GHQ
15 Hafeez Ud Din Commandant Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP), Rawalpindi
16 Salman Saleem Director General Medicine, Med Dte, GHQ
17 Muhammad Zafar Ali Commandant Armed Forces Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine (AFIRM), Rawalpindi
18 Syed Khurram Shahzad Consultant Cardiologist
19 Bilal Umair Head of Thoracic Surgery, CMH Rawalpindi
20 Atiq Ur Rehman Slehria Commandant Armed Forces Institute of Radiology and Imaging (AFIRI)
21 Rao Ali Shan Khan Head of Anesthesia & Pain Medicine at Army Medical College, Rawalpindi
22 Abeera Choudhry Classified Gynecologist
23 Iftikhar Ahmed Satti Commandant Military Hospital, Rawalpindi
24 Syed Adil Hussanain Vice Principal Army Medical College, Rawalpindi
25 Qamar Un Nisa Chaudhry Commandant Armed Forces Bone Marrow Transplant Center (AFBMTC), Rawalpindi
26 Irfan Ali Mirza Head of Department Microbiology-Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Rawalpindi
27 Muhammad Rafiq Zafar Commandant Armed Forces Institute of Urology (AFIU), Rawalpindi
28 Muhammad Waseem Classified Cardiac Surgeon at Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology (AFIC), Rawalpindi
29 Muhammad Suhail Amin Classified Orthopaedic Surgeon / Dean Armed Forces Postgraduate Medical Institute (AFPGMI), Rawalpindi
30 Naseer Ahmed Somore Classified Cardiologist at Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology (AFIC), Rawalpindi
31 Shazia Nisar Med Specialist at Military Hospital, Rawalpindi
32 Eijaz Ghani Head of Department Virology, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP), Rawalpindi
33 Arshad Naseem Classified Pulmonologist, Critical Care Medicine Specialist, MH Rawalpindi
34 Nadeem Ahmed Rana Commandant AFID Rawalpindi
35 Tufail Ahmad [Commandant CMH Quetta]]
36 Rizwan Sadiq MRC AG Branch, GH]
37 Ijaz Ahmad Director General Medical Services (Navy), MS (N)
38 Nadeem Fazal Head of Department (Medicine), Combined Military Hospital (CMH), Lahore
39 Shoaib Ahmed
40 Tahir Masood Ahmad
41 Waseem Ahmad Khan Head of Department (Surgery), Combined Military Hospital (CMH), Rawalpindi
42 Sohail Sabir

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Combined Military Hospital Lahore

Combined Military Hospital Lahore

The Combined Military Hospital Lahore is the largest tertiary care teaching hospital operated by the Pakistan Army. Its primary function is to provide specialized medical treatment to Armed forces personnel, their dependents, as well as the general public. It is headed by a Brigadier from the Army Medical Corps of the Pakistan Army.

Lahore

Lahore

Lahore is the second most populous city in Pakistan after Karachi and 26th most populous city in the world, with a population of over 13 million. It is situated in north-east of the country close to the International border with India. It is the capital of the province of Punjab where it is the largest city. Lahore is one of Pakistan's major industrial and economic hubs, with an estimated GDP (PPP) of $84 billion as of 2019. It is the largest city as well as historic and cultural capital of the wider Punjab region, and is one of Pakistan's most socially liberal, progressive, and cosmopolitan cities.

Hilal-i-Imtiaz

Hilal-i-Imtiaz

The Hilaal-e-Imtiaz, also spelled and transliterated as Hilāl-e-Imtiyāz, is the second-highest civilian award and honour given to both civilians and military officers of the Pakistan Armed Forces by the Government of Pakistan. It recognises individuals who have made an "especially meritorious contribution to the security or national interests of Pakistan, world peace, cultural or other significant public endeavors". It is a civilian award, and not limited to the citizens of Pakistan.

Combined Military Hospital Rawalpindi

Combined Military Hospital Rawalpindi

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Sitara-i-Imtiaz

Sitara-i-Imtiaz

The Sitara-e-Imtiaz also spelled as Sitara-i-Imtiaz), is the third-highest honour and civilian award in the State of Pakistan. It recognizes individuals who have made an "especially meritorious contribution to the security or national interests of Pakistan, world peace, cultural or other significant public endeavours".

Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology

Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology

The Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology also known as the National Institute of Heart Diseases or NIHD is a government and military cardiac hospital located in Rawalpindi Cantonment, Punjab, Pakistan. This 800-bed cardiac health care institute is a major institute and hospital in Pakistan. The hospital delivers heart disease and health care services to people of Pakistan Armed Forces and fellow citizens of Pakistan.

Tamgha-e-Imtiaz

Tamgha-e-Imtiaz

Tamgha-e-Imtiaz also spelled as Tamgha-i-Imtiaz, is a state-organised honour of Pakistan. It is given to any civilian in Pakistan based on their achievements. While it is a civilian/military award, it can be bestowed upon officers of the Pakistan Armed Forces and worn on their uniform. It can also be awarded to foreign citizens who have performed great service to Pakistan.

National University of Medical Sciences

National University of Medical Sciences

The National University of Medical Sciences, commonly referred as NUMS, is a public university located in Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan.

National Institute of Health, Islamabad

National Institute of Health, Islamabad

The National Institutes of Health, Islamabad (NIH), is a Pakistani research institute located in Islamabad, Pakistan.

Source: "List of serving generals of the Pakistan Army", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 27th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_serving_generals_of_the_Pakistan_Army.

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Notes

All the names in the list are extracted from open sources (which in turn rely on Pakistan Army's ISPR press releases), therefore the above names might not correlate with the actual current posts of the commanders.

Additionally, the seniority for major-generals is ascertained from the bi-annual military award recipients of Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military); first on 23 March (Pakistan Day) and then on 14 August (Independence Day). The links from 1999 and onwards are: 1999 March & August Archived 14 November 2010 at the Wayback Machine, 2001 March & August, 2003 March, 2003 August, 2004 March, 2004 August, 2005 March, 2005 August, 2006 March, 2006 August, 2007 March, 2007 August, 2008 March Archived 18 March 2012 at the Wayback Machine, 2008 August Archived 15 November 2010 at the Wayback Machine, 2009 March Archived 29 September 2017 at the Wayback Machine, 2009 August Archived 15 November 2010 at the Wayback Machine, 2010 March Archived 4 March 2012 at the Wayback Machine, 2010 August Archived 4 March 2012 at the Wayback Machine, 2011 March Archived 18 March 2012 at the Wayback Machine, 2011 August Archived 1 April 2012 at the Wayback Machine, 2012 March, 2012 August Archived 12 November 2012 at the Wayback Machine, 2013 March Archived 24 March 2014 at the Wayback Machine, 2013 August Archived 24 March 2014 at the Wayback Machine, 2014 March Archived 23 March 2014 at the Wayback Machine, 2014 August Archived 20 February 2017 at the Wayback Machine, 2015 August Archived 13 February 2016 at the Wayback Machine, 2016 March, 2016 August Archived 11 September 2016 at the Wayback Machine, and 2017 March.

Similarly, civilian and military awards for outstanding individuals are announced every year on 14 August and an investiture ceremony is held on the following 23 March. The links from 2001 and onwards are: 2001, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015.

Information is also gleaned from the wreath-laying ceremonies for the 10 Nishan-e-Haider recipients each year on 6 September (Defence Day). The links from 2005 onwards are: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Archived 4 March 2012 at the Wayback Machine, 2009 Archived 4 March 2012 at the Wayback Machine, 2010 Archived 15 November 2010 at the Wayback Machine, 2011 Archived 1 April 2012 at the Wayback Machine, 2012 Archived 27 September 2013 at the Wayback Machine, 2013, and 2014.

Following abbreviations have been used for the respective units/regiments of the officers,

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