Some articles on air chief, chief, air:
... Air Chief Marshal Kaleem Saadat Rana, NI(M), (born December 12, 1951), is a retired four-star general who was the Chief of Air Staff of the Pakistan Air Force from 2003 ... He was promoted as the air chief on March 20, 2003, when the previous air chief Mushaf Ali Mir died in a tragic air crash along with several other high-ranking Air Force officers on February 19, 2003 ...
... held the rank of "Senior Controller" (equivalent to Brigadier in the British Army, Air Commodore in the RAF) instead of "Chief Controller" (equivalent to Major-General, Air Vice ... However, in December 1939 the name was changed to Air Commandant, when the ranks were renamed and reorganized, other ranks now held identical ranks to male RAF personnel, but officers ... On January 1 1943, the rank of Air Chief Commandant (equivalent to Major-General, Air Vice-Marshal) was created with the director's appointment to that rank ...
... On February 20, 2003, the then PAF Chief Air Chief Marshal Mushaf Ali Mir died in a plane crash when the Fokker he along with his wife and fifteen other high-ranking ... Thereafter, the then vice chief Air Marshal Syed Qaiser Hussain was made the acting Air Chief of PAF ... On March 19, 2003, Air Marshal Kaleem Saadat, then deputy chief of air staff (personnel), was chosen over Hussain and Air Marshal Sarfraz Arshad Toor, air officer ...
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