Join Pakistan Air Force PAF as Airmen 2021

Big news for patriots who want to join PAF as Airmen. PAF has announced the advertisement of Airmen. PAF provides a lot of opportunities to skilled and patriotic youngsters in joining PAF. Join Pakistan Air force as Airmen is an opportunity for civilians to join PAF through short courses.

Join PAF as Airmen
Join PAF as Airmen

The doors of opportunities are always open in Pakistan Air Force for males and females either you are intermediate qualified or graduate person.

Pakistan Air Force is just not about pilots or aircraft. Hence, you can join PAF in the different departments according to your expertise, interest or qualifications.

In joining PAF, you get a conducive environment, most modern facilities and an unmatched way of living life.

Pakistan Airforce does recruitment for airmen two times a year. One in April/May and the Second announcement in November. So, you have two chances to apply to join PAF as Airmen registration.

The list of join PAF as Airmen latest jobs are mentioned below. So, check your eligibility and then apply for registration respectively.

  • Aerotrade
  • PF and DI
  • Provost Trade
  • Ground Combatier (GC)
  • Fire Fighter
  • Sportsman
  • Female Medical Assistant (FMA)

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Join PAF 2021 Details

CountryPakistan
OrganizationPakistan Airforce
EligibilityAll Pakistani Nationals are eligible to Apply
Positions AnnouncedMentioned Above
Age Required15-½ to 20 years, on 24th June 2022
Application Start Date13 December 2021
Application Deadline22 Decemeber 2021

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Eligibility Criteria to join PAF as Airmen

Aerotrade

NationalityMale citizens of Pakistan
Marital StatusUnmarried
Age15 ½ to 20 years, on 24th June 2022
Height163 – 188 cm
Educational QualificationMatric qualified with Elective Science having 60% marks in aggregate: at least 33% marks in Elective Maths, Physics and Chemistry, and 47% marks (70 or above out of 150) in English.

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Join PAF as Provost

NationalityMale citizens of Pakistan
Marital StatusMarried / Unmarried
Age17 ½ – 22 years
Height175 – 188 cm
Vision6/6 (without glasses)
Educational QualificationMatric qualified with Elective Science having 55% marks in aggregate: at least 33% marks in Elective Maths, Physics and Chemistry, and 45% marks (68 or above out of 150) in English.

Join PAF as Ground Combatier (GC)

NationalityMale citizens of Pakistan
Marital StatusMarried / Unmarried
Age17 ½ -22 years
Height175 – 188 cm
Vision6/6 (without glasses)
Educational QualificationMatric qualified with Elective Science having 50% marks in aggregate and 45% marks (68 or above out of 150) in English.

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Join PAF as Sportsman

NationalityMale citizens of Pakistan
Marital StatusMarried / Unmarried
Age15 ½ – 20 years
Height163 – 188 cm
Educational QualificationMatric qualified with Elective Science having 60% marks and 33% marks (50 or above out of 150) in English.
Candidates that are apply for Sportsmen would apply to Dte of Sports & Physical Education for their fitness.
Dte Candidates recommended after sequence of tests in relevant games would be registered and tested at their nearest PAF I&SCs.

Female Medical Technician (FMA)

NationalityFemale citizens of Pakistan
Marital StatusUnmarried
Age16 – 22 years
Height147 – 188 cm
Educational QualificationMatric qualified with Science having 60% marks in aggregate: at least 33% marks in Elective Biology, Physics and Chemistry, and 47% marks (70 or above out of 150) in English.

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Firefighter

NationalityMale citizens of Pakistan
Marital StatusMarried / Unmarried
Age17 ½ – 22 years
17 ½ – 24 years – Candidates with (LTV, HTV) License
Height168 – 188 cm
Vision6/6 (without glasses)
Educational QualificationMatric qualified with Elective Science having 60% marks in aggregate: at least 33% marks in Elective Maths, Physics and Chemistry, and 47% marks (70 or above out of 150) in English.

PF and DI

NationalityMale citizens of Pakistan
Marital StatusMarried / Unmarried
Age16 ½ – 22 years
Height178 – 188 cm
Vision6/6 (without glasses)
Educational QualificationMatric qualified with Elective Science having 60% marks in aggregate: at least 33% marks in Elective Maths, Physics and Chemistry, and 47% marks (70 or above out of 150) in English.

Criteria for Rural Areas

Nationality: Male Pakistan Nationals

Marital Status: Married / Unmarried

Age: 16-22 years

Height: 163 cm

Educational Qualification

  • Matric Qualified with Elective Science having 50% marks in aggregate and 33% marks (50 or above out of 150) in English.
  • Candidates are eligible only for Aero Support pay scale ‘C’ that is passed with a star in any of the above subjects.
  • However, candidates may be registered and tested as Aero Support that has passed with a star in only one out of the remaining subjects (Biology, Urdu, Pak Studies, Islamic Studies etc).
  • Matric qualified candidates are eligible for working in Aero Support only from approved rural areas who have scored 50% aggregate marks and 33% marks in English subjects.

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Criteria for Balochi/KPK/FATA Domiciled Candidates

Balochi domiciled candidates can apply for all categories of airmen belonging to the entire Balochistan Province and holding 45% marks in Matric and 33% marks in English subjects.

Selection Procedure

  • Firstly, Candidates have to pass the initial preliminary intelligence and academic MCQs based test.
  • Secondly, applicants will go through medical tests.
  • The final decision will be taken by PAF Selection Board.

How to Join PAF as Airmen?

To join Pakistan Air Force as Airmen 2021 Online Registration, visit the Pakistan Airforce Official Website that is mentioned below. You can also check the PAF registration slip-on that link.

Another way is to visit the Pakistan Airforce Recruitment Center.

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Join PAF as Commissioned Officer 2021 – Join Pakistan Air force

Finally, the long wait is over Join Pakistan Air Force as Commissioned Officer 2021. The patriotic who have a burning desire to join PAF as Commissioned Officer are welcome to become the sky defenders of Pakistan. To Join PAF you must have to apply for the latest positions announced by Pakistan Air Force. This is a superb chance for those who want to serve the country as Air Force Officer.

Join Pakistan Air Force as Commissioned Officers
Join Pakistan Air Force as Commissioned Officers

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There are multiple positions for candidates who want to join Pakistan Air Force. All Pakistani Nationals are eligible to apply for registration for Pakistan Airforce Jobs 2021. Every position has different eligibility criteria mentioned in PAF jobs advertisements.

There are Pakistan air force jobs after matric. For joining PAF as Commissioned Officer applicants with inter, Bachelors, BCS, BS, Master, M.Phill, MBA, CA, BBA and MS are eligible.

A superb opportunity for students to start a career and have a bright future in joining PAF. Candidates who are interested to join PAF can easily apply to Join Pakistan Air Force through PC Permanent Commission and Short Service Commission (SSC/SPSSC).

For further information about the latest PAF jobs advertisement, check the given details below and apply accordingly.

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Current Jobs in Pak Air Force

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Join PAF as Commissioned Officer 2021 Details

Name of OrganizationPakistan Air Force
Total Vacancies1k+
Job TypeFull Time
Job LocationAll Pakistan
Application Start Date02 August 2021
Late Date to Apply12 August 2021

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Position Announced

The Pakistan Airforce doing recruitment for various positions. check the PAF jobs list mentioned below:

Permanent Commission (PC)

  • 97 Aeronautical Engineering course
  • 26 Admin & Special Duties Course
  • 09 Logistics Course
  • 151 General Duty Pilot G.D. (P)
  • 107 Air Defence Course

Short Service Commission (SSC/SPSSC)

  • Accounts Branch (127 CSC SSC)
  • Engineering Branch (127 CSC SPSSC)
  • Education Branch (127 CSC SPSSC)
  • Air Defence (127 CSC SSC)
  • Information Technology (127 CSC SSC)
  • Met Branch (127 CSC SSC)
  • Admin and Special Duties Course (127 CSC SSC)
  • Legal Branch (127 CSC SSC)
  • Logistics Branch (127 CSC SSC)

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Eligibility Criteria for joining PAF

Nationality: All Pakistani National candidates are eligible to apply.

Age: Only 16 to 22 years of Male/Female candidates are eligible to apply.

Marital Status: Only unmarried applicants can apply.

Education Requirement: To Join PAF as SSC/SPSSC for Short Service Commission applicant having BSc, BBA, B.A., BPA, BS, MSc, MBA, M.A., MPA, B.Com, M.Com, ACCA, ACMA, LLB, MBA Finance, BSCS, BSIT, BCS, MS, B.E., M.Phil and MCS qualifications can apply.

The applicant must have cleared intermediate for joining Pakistan Air Force as Permanent Commission.

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Join PAF as Commissioned Officer Deadline

The candidates must apply for Pakistan Air Force as Commissioned Officer before the deadline of 12 August 2021.

How to Apply for PAF Registration?

The registration procedure for Joining Pakistan Airforce as Commissioned Officer 2021 is online. You can apply through the PAF website to apply to join paf as Commissioned Officer online registration.

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Frequently Asked Questions

You can join Pakistan Air Force either after completing intermediate with FA/ICS/FSC, Bachelors with BCS/BS/BBA, Master M.Phil./MBA/CA or in Medical and Engineering Cadets program, SPSCC (Special Purpose Short Service Commission), SSC (Short Service Commission) and as GD Pilot,.

Yes, you can join PAF with glasses if you are applying for Aeronautical Engineers. You can join Pakistan Airforce college and academy of Aeronautical Engineering with glasses even with contact eye lenses too however, it may be approved by a flight surgeon.

Check your eligibility first. if you are eligible for the given selection criteria then yes, you can join Air Force.

The salary of a Pilot Officer is Rs 45,000 – 55,000 and the grade is BPS-17.

Yes, you can join PAF after ICS with at least 60% to 65% marks.

Pakistan Air Force | PAF

The Pakistan Air Force (PAF) is appreciated as a “powerful defence element of the country’s defence.” Pakistan Air Force Academy was established in 1947.

The Pakistan Air Force (PAF) is the aerial warfare branch of the Pakistan Armed Forces, responsible for the defence of Pakistan from aerial attacks, as well as providing support to the Pakistan Army and Navy when they are in need, and for strategic airlift to Pakistan at certain times throughout the year.

Pakistan Air Force

The PAF is expected to have 70,000 active-duty personnel and operate at least 594 aircraft by 2021, according to the International Institute for Strategic Studies. The Pakistan Air Force has played a prominent role in the Pakistani military’s operations and relief efforts since its establishment.

The PAF has been part of various combat operations since its establishment in 1947. A civilian Commander-in-Chief of Pakistan’s Armed Forces is appointed by the Constitution of Pakistan according to Article 243. According to the Constitution, the Chief of Air Staff (CAS) is a four-star commissioned air officer who is appointed by the President after the Prime Minister consults and confirms him.


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The title “Royal” was added in 1947 but dropped when Pakistan became the Islamic Republic in 1956.

Pakistani Air Force
Ensign of the Pakistan Air Force

The PAF is the largest in the Islamic world and the seventh-largest air force. The PAF approximately has 943 combat fighter jets and over 200 trainers, communication, helicopter, transport, and force-multiplier aircraft.

Air Headquarters (AHQ) is the single command structure based at Rawalpindi Cantt near the Joint Staff HQ.

The Pakistan Air Force is commanded by the Chief of Air Staff (CAS), statute a Four-Star Air Chief Marshal, selected by the President, with the Prime Minister’s consultation and approval. Air Mujahid Anwar Khan is the current CAS.

Its military importance and significance in public opinion add to the PAF’s supremacy over the other main service branches.

In many major events in Pakistan’s history, the Air Force has played an important, influential, and vital role in the nation’s defence and national security and encouraged a sense of security in civil society.

The PAF officially uses the slogan: “Second to None; fully abreast with the requisite will and mechanism to live by its standards in the coming millennium and beyond.”

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Special forces

Pakistan’s Special Services Wing (SSW) consists of its elite fighters in special operations. The Special Service Wing was formed following the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965 and was heavily influenced by the United States Air Force’s Special Tactics Squadrons.

It also borrowed some elements from the United States Army Rangers. It continued to operate until after the Kargil War when the Pakistani military showed little interest in it. Around 1,200 troops are currently in the SSW, which has been largely revived and restructured for active service in late 1999.

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Women in the Pakistan Air Force

PAF female fighter pilot

There were women in Pakistan’s armed forces during its early history, although only in non-combat roles. Many women served in various branches of the military, such as the medical corps (as nurses or in other similar jobs).

Although Muhammad Ali Jinnah held contradictory views on the issue when Pakistan gained freedom, the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) remained an exclusively male force throughout much of its history, and women (and boys under 18) were prohibited from serving in combat. Women are now able to enrol in the PAF Academy in Risalpur’s aerospace engineering courses and other programs as well, including fighter pilot training.

In addition, women are not allowed to have physical or academic standards lowered to favor them, and if they do not perform as well as their male counterparts they are removed from the course. However, the extent to which this rule is enforced is unknown.

PAF structure maintains a level of separateness between the genders in accordance with traditional values. In early morning parades, for example, men and women march together, but males and females separate during some training exercises.

A psychologist and the officer who oversaw the first female cadets in the PAF, Squadron Leader Shazia Ahmed, says that this seems to improve the self-esteem of women.

Several female PAF Academy batch members were reported in 2005 to be in two batches within the academy’s flying wings, and many more in the engineering and aerospace wings.

Candidate Saba Khan from Quetta, Balochistan, saw an advertisement in the newspaper about the PAF’s need for female cadets and applied. Among the first four women who passed their first stages of learning to fly in light aircraft powered by propellers, she then transitioned to more advanced jet-powered training aircraft.

Four women fighter pilots were officially inducted into the PAF in March 2006, as part of a batch of 34 pilots. PAF Academy – Risalpur pilots completed three years of training before graduating and receiving their flying badges.

As then-vice-chief of the Pakistan Army, General Ahsan Saleem Hayat presented certificates of honor to the successful cadets, recognizing that the Pakistan Air Force had introduced women to combat units for the first time in Pakistan. The best academic achievement award went to Flying Officer Nadia Gul. Saira Batool, Mariam Khalil, and Saba Khan, a Cadet, graduated from the course as well.

PAF Academy – Risalpur, in September 2006, graduated the second batch of pilots from the 117th General Duty Pilot Course, including three women pilots. Saira Amin became the first female pilot ever to receive the Sword of Honour for best all-around performance. Additionally, Saira Amin was awarded the Asghar Hussain Trophy for her outstanding academic contributions.

Seven female pilots qualified for PAF’s operational fighter pilot program in September 2009, becoming the first female combat pilots in PAF history. The commanding officer stated that if women are not “suitable as their male counterparts,” they will not be allowed to fly. The commanding officer also noted that some women do not wear the hijab, but it is an exception to uniform standards if the woman wishes to do so.

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Structure

Headquarters

  • Air Headquarters (AHQ), Islamabad

Commands

  • Northern Air Command (NAC), Peshawar
  • Central Air Command (CAC), Lahore
  • Southern Air Command (SAC), Karachi
  • Air Defence Command (ADC), Rawalpindi
  • Air Force Strategic Command (AFSC), Islamabad

Training Establishments

  • Pakistan Air Force Academy, Risalpur
  • Combat Commanders’ School (CCS), Sargodha
  • PAF Airpower Centre of Excellence (PAF ACE), Sargodha
  • PAF Air War College, Karachi

Weapons Production Establishments

  • Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC), Kamra
  • Air Weapons Complex (AWC), Kamra

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Bases

There are 21 bases in the Philippine Air Force; 13 are flying bases, and 8 are non-flying bases. Flight bases are places where planes fly, either in peacetime or during wartime; while non-flying bases are for training, administration, maintenance, air defence operations, or mission support.

Flying bases

  • PAF Base Mushaf (Sargodha)
  • PAF Base Bholari (Bholari)
  • PAF Base Masroor (Karachi)
  • PAF Base Rafiqui (Shorkot)
  • PAF Base Peshawar (Peshawar)
  • PAF Base Murid (Chakwal)
  • PAF Base Samungli (Quetta)
  • PAF Base M.M. Alam (Mianwali)
  • PAF Base Minhas (Kamra)
  • PAF Base Nur Khan (Rawalpindi)
  • PAF Base Faisal (Karachi)
  • PAF Base Risalpur (Pakistan Air Force Academy) (Risalpur)
  • PAF Base Shahbaz (Jacobabad)

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Non-flying bases

  • PAF Base Korangi Creek (Karachi)
  • PAF Base Malir (Karachi)
  • PAF Base Lower Topa (Murree)
  • PAF Base Kallar Kahar (Kallar Kahar)
  • PAF Base Kohat (Kohat)
  • PAF Base Lahore (Lahore)
  • PAF Base Sakesar (Sakesar)
  • PAF Base Kalabagh (Nathia Gali)