Pakistan’s Ambassador to Yugoslavia, Major General Sher Ali Khan visited forward areas to see the troops and meet old comrades. Here his is seen with Lt Gen Bakhtiar Rana and Maj Gen Abrar Hussain (1st and 2nd from Right) (6-12-1965)
Mr. Nur-ul-Amin, leader of the opposition in the National Assembly, with some of the gallantary award winners of the East Bangal Regiment whom he visited recently in a forward area in west Pakistan (7-12-1965).
General Mohammad Musa visited wounded soldiers who are being treated at the District Hospital, Rahmyar Khan.
The Commander-in-Chief, Pakistan Army, General Mohammad musa is seen talking to Brig-General Tulio Marambio, U.N. Secretary-General’s Representative.
Pakistan Army Jawans raise the slogans of “ALLAH-0-AKBAR” and “PAKISTAN ZINDABAD” as the C-in-C, General Mohammad Musa addresses them in a forward area on 13-12-65.
Pakistani Jawans of the Desert Force in a forward position in Rajasthan Sector.
General Mohammad Musa, C-in-C, Pakistan Army shaking hand with the Jawans in a forward area on 13-12-65.
The C-in-C, Pakistan Army, General Mohammad Musa arrives in a forward area on 13-12-65. He is flanked by Lt Gen Bakhtiar Rana on right Maj Gen Tikka Khan on the Left.
A trek to the post, wireless sets at the trail, these boys keep a constant watch over the desert expanse around them.
The officers mess at Sadewala. Life in the desert is as tough as it comes.
This is Jamal, the wiry Hur leader, veteran of many skirmishes.
At an observation post. Alertness is the watchword in the desert.
Major Mian Raza Shah Shaheed, S.J.
The C-in-C, Pakistan Army, General Mohammad Musa decorating (L to R) 1. Lt Col A.T.K.Haque, psc, 2. Maj Mohammad Asif Khan. 3. Maj Abdul Shakur Jan, TQA, 4. Maj Mohammad Yunus, 5. Captain Mohammad Saeed, 6. Capt Mohammad Abdul Rehman with Sitara-e-Juraat.
Army Officers and Jawans together with men of the Desert Force (raise slogans of “Pakistan Paindabad”) while holding the Pakistani Flag at the Munabao Railway station.
The C-in-C, Pakistan Army, General Mohammad Musa decorating (L to R) 1. Lt Col Ahmed Khan, 2. Sub. Azim Khan, 3. Sub. Karamdad, 4. N/Ris. Abdul Rehman with Sitara-e-Juraat and 5. Dfr Ali Akbar, 6. Drf Noor Mohammad with Tamgha-e-Juraat.
The C-in-C, Pakistan Army, General Mohammad Musa decorates (L to R) 1. Lt. Col. Mohammad mumtaz Khan with sitara-e-Juraat and 2. Hav. Ata-ur-Rehman, 3. Hav. Zahirul Haque Pathan, 4. Hav. Fateh Khan, 5. L/Dfr Abdul Sattar, 6. LAD Abdul Majid, 7. L/Nk Hashmat Ullah with Tamgha-e-Juraat.
The C-in-C, Pakistan Army, General Mohammad Musa decorates (L to R) 1. Maj. Asghar Ahmed Khan, 2. Capt. Arshad Mahmood and 3. Sub Mohammad Ali with Sitara-e-Juraat and 4. Hav. Abdul Rehman, 5. L/Nk Aminullah and 6. Sep/Dvr Mohammad Mumtaz with Tamgha-e-Juraat.
A pat on the back for a soldier manning a front position on Fazilka Sector from C-in-C, Pakistan Army, General Mohammad Musa when he visited the forward positions in that sector on 9-1-66).
During his visit to forward areas on the Fazilka Sector, C-in-C, Pakistan Army, General Mohammad Musa watches a soldier demonstrating his profeciency with a bazooka.
C-in-C, Pakistan Army, General Mohammad Musa shakes hand with soldiers in their bunkers during his visit to forward areas in the Fazilka Sector on 9-1-66.
C-in-C, Pakistan Army, General Mohammad Musa meets cheerful faces when he visited front line troops on 9-1-66.
C-in-C, Pakistan Army, General Mohammad Musa shaking hads with General J.N Chaudhri, Chief of the Indian Army Staff on his arrival at Chaklala airport.
Brigadier Amjid Ali Khan Chaudhry, H.J.
A view of the Kishangarh Fort in Rajasthan. In the foreground is a Pakistani Jawan tanding guard over the fort.
Air Chief Marshal Arjun Singh, Chief of Air Staff, Indian Air Force called on Air Marshal M. Nur Khan, C-in-C, Pakistan Air Force at peshawar on 17-2-66.
The President field Marshal Mohammad Ayub Khan was visibly moved as he decorates the widow of Major Raja Aziz Bhatti, Shaheed with Nishan-e-Haier, the highest Gallantry Award.
A Pakistan tank in action in Chhamb Sector.
An East Pakistani soldier in the Bedian Sector.
One of the many tanks left behind in Chhamb area by the retreating Indian Army.
A brewed-up Indian tank at Chawinda.
Foreign News-paper correspondents on a visit to a Pakistani Position in Khem Karan.
India Pakistan Border