Pakistan Air Force Academy

Risalpur, Pakistan

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  • Pakistan Air Force Academy

    Established: 1910/1947 Risalpur

    The Pakistan Air Force Academy (PAFA) is an accredited co-educational four-year military academywhich provides undergraduate education to officer candidates for the Pakistan Air Force. Located in the town of Risalpur in Nowshera District of the ...

    Branch: Pakistan Air Force

    Motto: Sahrast ke daryast tah-e-bal-o-par-e-mast / "Be it the deserts, Be it the rivers, All are under my wings"

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