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Forces Jobs

  • The army offers a wide variety of forces jobs in a dynamic and challenging work environment. The forces jobs provides great opportunities for people with a wide range of skills and interests. We are looking for people who are self-motivated, dedicated, and dependable.


  • The PAF operates under the civilian control of the Ministry of Defense, and primarily consists of commissioned officers and enlisted personnel.
  • The PAF employs approximately 35,000 full-time personnel. In addition to its human resources, the PAF has at its disposal some 2,500 combat aircraft and helicopters.
  • PAF was established in 1947 for independence from British rule, it was given its name by President Muhammad Ayub Khan on 17 September 1957. In 1996, President Farooq Leghari conferred it with its current name; this was contested by many people who thought that it should be called Royal Pakistan Air Force (RPAF) instead.

Pakistan Navy

  • The Pakistan Navy is the naval warfare branch of the armed forces of Pakistan. The Navy has approximately 150 commissioned officers, 15,000 sailors, and close to 700 civilian employees.
  • Pakistani police jobs are open for those who want to serve the nation and its people. These jobs are for males and females, and preference is given to those who have served in the armed forces.
  • The Forces Jobs Team is responsible for the recruitment of all personnel into the British Armed Forces. Our team is made up of civilian and military personnel who are committed to supporting our customers and providing them with the best possible service.

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