A Pakistan Army cadet has been conferred with the Best Foreign National Military Cadet award at the Royal Military College (RMC), Duntroon, Australia.
The Director General of Inter-Services Public Relations Maj. Gen Babar Iftikhar released a statement that Muhammad Haris Mairaj of 141 Long Course has been declared the overall Best Foreign National Military Cadet at the passing out parade at the Royal Military College Duntroon, Australia.
The army media wing spokesperson further added that it is a demonstration of the highest training standards of devoted and committed junior leadership of the Pakistan Army.
Cadet Muhammad Haris Mairaj, Pak Army declared overall best foreign national Military Cadet @ passing out parade held @ Royal Military College, Duntroon, Australia today. This is a testament to the highest training standards of dedicated & committed Junior leadership of Pak Army. pic.twitter.com/csqmAlwxvJ— DG ISPR (@OfficialDGISPR) December 2, 2020
Last month, the Royal Military College has also arranged a special memorial service in order to honor the martyred Pakistan Army officer, Lt. Nasir Hussain, who was also a graduate of the Royal Military College.
To commemorate the services of Lt. Nasir Hussain for his nation, the representative from both Pakistan and Australian Armies placed floral wreaths on RMC War Memorial.
Lt. Nasir Hussain embrace martyrdom in an IED blast in North Waziristan on 3rd September.
This is not the first time a Pakistani cadet received this prestigious award as previously Pakistani cadets won many times in UK’s Military Academy.
In October, Pakistan Army won the Pace Sticking Competition 2020 for the third time in a row. The competition was held at Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, United Kingdom.