Tanvir Mahmood Ahmed

Tanvir Mahmood Ahmed

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Air Chief Marshal Tanvir Mahmood Ahmed (Urdu: تنویر محمود احمد; born 1952) is a retired four star general and a career Air Officer in the Pakistan Air Force who commanded, as the chief of air staff of the Pakistan Air Force, from 2006 to 2009. He was replaced by Air Chief Marshal Rao Qamar Suleman as Chief Staff on 18 March 2009. The News, 8 March 2009

Initial training and education

Tanvir Ahmed got his initial education in Lahore, and did his high school from PAF Public School Sargodha where he belonged to 15th entry (767 – Fury House). Thereafter, he joined PAF Academy, Risalpur in 1969 and was commissioned in Pakistan Air Force as a fighter pilot in 15 April 1972 in the 53rd GD(P) Course.

The air marshal is a graduate of Turkish Air War College and National Defence College, Islamabad from where he did his masters in Strategic Studies.

Air Force career

Air Marshal Tanvir is a Qualified Flying Instructor (QFI) and a graduate of Combat Commanders School (CCS). He has commanded the CCS Mirage Squadron, No. 38 Wing, PAF Base Sargodha and his alma mater the PAF Academy, Risalpur. He has flown the American F-86 Sabre and F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft and other aircraft of Chinese and French origin in the PAF inventory.

The Air Marshal has also served in United Arab Emirates Air Force as a fighter instructor pilot.

Staff commands

In staff jobs, the air marshal has served as deputy director in Operations Branch,...
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