Pakistan Army Wins International Military Drill Competition For The Third Time
The Pakistan Army has won the international Pace Sticking Competition held at the Royal Military Academy in United Kingdom for the third time.
Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director General Major General Babar Iftikhar took to Twitter to announce the development.
#PakistanArmy won international military drill competition known as Pace Sticking Competition held at Royal Military Academy #Sandhurst, UK. This is 3rd consecutive year that Pakistan won this competition. #PMA represented Pakistan Army in the event. pic.twitter.com/LZ7lKNC5TB
— DG ISPR (@OfficialDGISPR) October 14, 2020
In 2018, the Pakistan military attended the drill competition for the first time and was represented by Pakistan Military Academy (PMA).
Pakistani High Commission in the UK also congratulated the team for winning the competition.
“High Commissioner Moazzam Ahmad Khan felicitates the team, commends the highest standards of professionalism and excellence maintained by Pakistan armed forces,” the high commission wrote on Twitter.
Congratulations! Pakistan Army Team wins Pace Sticking Competition at @RMASandhurst for the third consecutive year. High Commissioner Moazzam Ahmad Khan felicitates the team, commends the highest standards of professionalism and excellence maintained by Pakistan armed forces. pic.twitter.com/HHv5JFcU9H
— Pakistan High Commission London (@PakistaninUK) October 13, 2020