Pakistan Naval Academy

Karachi, Pakistan

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  • Pakistan Naval Academy

    Established: 1970 Karachi

    The Pakistan Naval Academy (formerly known as Pakistan Naval Station Rahbar (PNS Rahbar) is a four-year coeducational federal military academy located in Manora Island, Sindh Province, Pakistan. Established in Manora, under Vice-Admiral Syed Mohammad Ahsan, it ...

    Branch: Pakistan Navy Academy

    Motto: پاک بحریہ / "A silent force to be reckoned with"

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