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Air Commodore (Retd) Khalid Iqbal is a former Assistant Chief of Air Staff of Pakistan Air Force. During his air force stint he commanded two squadrons, a wing and a base. He was member of directing staff at PAF Air War College, Karachi; an instructor and squadron commander at Combat Commanders’ School. He severed as Director Policy, Senior Staff Officer, Deputy Chief Inspector of the PAF and member of National Air Defence Committee. He participated in operational assignments during Soviet occupation of Afghanistan, and has travelled widely in FATA/PATA areas. He has also served in UAE Air Force and Air Defence as a squadron commander for two years. He is a fellow of PAF Air War College and visiting faculty of Pakistan Naval War College, PAF Air War College and School of Army Air Defence.

 
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