ISLAMABAD - The Government has promoted Air Commodore Anis-ur-Rehman, Air Commodore Sohail Ahmad Malik, Air Commodore Muhammad Salman And Air Commodore Ijaz Mahmood Malik to the rank of air vice marshal, a press release said.

Anis-ur-Rehman was commissioned in Pakistan Air Force on 29 March, 1982. He has commanded a fighters’ squadron, a fighters’ wing and an operational air base.  He is a graduate of combat commanders’ school, air war college and national defence university.

Air Vice Marshal Sohail Ahmad Malik was commissioned in PAF on 15 January, 1982. During his career, he has served as Chief Engineer JF-17 co-production and as Managing Director at Aircraft Manufacturing Factory Kamra.

Air Vice Marshal Muhammad Salman was commissioned in PAF on 24 September, 1982. He has commanded an engineering wing and has been working as Managing Director of Mirage Rebuild Factory at PAC Kamra.

Air Vice Marshal Ijaz Mahmood Malik was commissioned in PAF on 23 November, 1981. He has worked on all the main air defence systems of PAF. He has commanded a sector operations centre and an air base. He is a graduate of Combat Commanders’ School, Air War College and National Defence University.