6 ANA cadets pass out from Pakistan’s military academy
PESHAWAR (Pahwok): Six Afghan National Army (ANA) cadets have passed out from the Pakistan Military Academy (PMA) in the northwestern garrison city of Abbottabad.
They graduated from PMA on Saturday, completing the 134th Long Course, 52nd Integrated Course and 6th Mujahid Course, a Pakistani newspaper reported on Sunday.
Ready to join their security forces, the ANA cadetshad arrived at PMA in February, The Express Tribune reported. President Mamnoon Hussain and Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif were present at the passing out ceremony.
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