Naval Strategic Forces Command (Pakistan)
|Naval Strategic Forces Command|
|Active||24 June 2004 - Present|
Functional Combatant Command
|Part of||Army Strategic Forces Command
Air Force Strategic Command
|Garrison/Headquarters||Naval Combatant Headquarters, NHQ, Islamabad|
|Chief of Staff||Vice-Admiral Tanvair Faiz|
|ADM Shahid Karimullah|
The Pakistan Naval Strategic Forces Command, known as PNSFC, is a one of the three major unified command of the Pakistan Armed Forces responsible for the defence and protection of naval and naval-nuclear assets in the country. The command was commissioned on 24 June 2004, at Naval Combatant Headquarters (NHQ) after the concept was approved by then-Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Shahid Karimullah. The Naval Command is responsible for operational planning, directives, and deployment of nuclear weapons on its naval vessels.
The Naval Command provides vision, leadership, doctrinal guidance, resources and oversight to ensure component naval special operations forces are ready to meet the operational requirements of combatant commander. It is a vital part of the Pakistan Strategic Forces Command, and directly reports to Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee.
- Global Security. "Naval Strategic Forces Command". Global Security.