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Pakistan Military Academy (PMA) Kakul
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Pakistan Military Academy was set up in October 1947 after the independence of Pakistan.
Pakistan Military Academy was set up in October 1947 after the independence of Pakistan.

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And if we don't come back, tell them we have sacrificed our today for their tomorrow.
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Yeh Ghazi Yeh Teray Pur Asrar Banday
Jinhain Tunay Bakhsha hai Zauq-e-Khudai

Do Neem Un ki Thokar say Sahra o Darya
Simat kar Pahaar In ki Haybat say Rayi

Do Aalam say Karti hai Baygaana Dil ko
Ajab cheez hai Lazzat-e-Aashnayi

Shahadat hai Matloob o Maqsood-e-Momin
Na Maal-e-Ghaneemat na Kishwar Kushayi

Dilay Mard-e-Momin main phir zinda kar day
Woh Bijli thi keh Na'ara-e-La Tadar main

Azayim ko seenom main baydaar kar day
Nigha-e-Muslim ko Talwar kar day

-Allama Iqbal
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Fearless Warriors
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Guard mounting ceremony at Quaid's mausoleum (25th Dec, 2011) (6 photos)
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A smartly turned out contingent of Gentlemen Cadets from the Pakistan Military Academy (PMA), Kakul, mounted ceremonial guard at the mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam today as a part of celebration to mark the Father of the nation's 135th birth anniversary. Major General Mazhar Jamil, Commandant Pakistan Military Academy, reviewed the parade, laid wreath, presented the salute and offered fateha.
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Bazu tera Tauheed ki quat say qawi hai
Islam tera des hai, tu Mustafawi hai
-Allama Iqbal

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First Prime Minister of Pakistan, Liaquat Ali Khan presenting the Sword of Honour to Raja Aziz Bhatti [Major Raja Aziz Bhatti (Shaheed)] during the passing out parade of 1st PMA Long Course in 1950.

He was born in 1928 in Hong Kong. He was commissioned into the Punjab Regiment, in 1950. On 6 September 1965, as a Company Commander in the Burki area of the Lahore sector, Major Raja Aziz Bhatti chose to stay with his forward platoon under incessant artillery and tank attacks for five days and nights in the defence of the strategic BRB Canal. Throughout, undaunted by constant fire from enemy small arms, tanks and artillery, he organized the defence of the canal, directing his men to answer the fire until he was hit by an enemy tank shell and embraced martyrdom on 10 September 1965.
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