Muhammad Ghulam Tawab
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1 July 1930|
23 February 1999|
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Air Vice Marshal Muhammad Ghulam Tawab (1 July 1930 – 23 February 1999) was the second chief of the air staff of Bangladesh Air Force who also served as deputy chief martial law administrator of Bangladesh with Gen. Ziaur Rahman and Adm. M. H. Khan from 1975 to 1977.
After graduating college Tawab joined the Pakistan Air Force in 1951 and was commissioned with the 9th GD(P) course as a pilot officer in the Pakistan Air Force. He graduated from PAF College Risalpur on September 15, 1951. In 1975, Tawab was promoted to Air Vice Marshal and appointed as Chief of Air Staff of Bangladesh Air Force.
After Sheikh Mujib's assassination in August 1975, Tawab was immediately recalled from West Germany to active duty by Major Shariful Haque Dalim upon then Wing Commander M. Hamidullah Khan's advice. Air Vice Marshal A. K. Khandker was promptly dismissed, and Tawab was reinstated to Bangladesh Air Force and appointed the Chief of Air Staff with the rank of Air Vice Marshal. M. G. Tawab retired from Bangladesh Air Force in 1977 and returned to West Germany. He died in Munich on 23 February 1999 from prostate cancer after several years of illness.
Air Vice Marshal Abdul Karim Khondoker
|Chief Of Air Staff||Succeeded by|
Air Vice Marshal Khademul Bashar