Air Vice Marshal Nasser Ul Haq Wyne (Retd)

Director

AVM Wayyne

Air Vice Marshal Nasser Ul Haq Wyne (Retd)

Professional Experience

Air Vice Marshal Nasser Ul Haq Wyne (Retd) joined the Centre for Aerospace & Security Studies, Islamabad as Director in May 2023. Air Vice Marshal Wyne served in the Pakistan Air Force from 1988 to 2021. During his career, he commanded a fighter squadron, Wing and a Base. He remained on the faculty of Flying Instructors’ School (FIS), Combat Commanders’ School (CCS) and PAF Air War College (AWC) and has also served as an instructor pilot with Sri Lankan Air Force. He did National Security and War Course (NSWC) from the National Defence University (NDU) and has also served as Air Attaché at the Pakistan embassy in Beijing, China. His staff appointments include Secretary to Chief of Air Staff, Inspector General Air force (IGAF) and Director General Joint Cantt Gwadar. He is a recipient of Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military) for his services to the PAF.

 

Publications

Growing Intolerance to Listen

Have you noticed a significant decline in our willingness to listen during everyday conversations? There was a time when our elders stressed the importance of letting someone finish their thoughts before responding.
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Why are Pakistanis Moving Abroad?

Barbers are generally very talkative. They always like to give their point of view on host of issues, ranging from what’s happening in locality to politics and sometimes even religion. I try and get a haircut at least once a month and visit different barber shops. Last month when I visited a nearby barber shop, the barber was very quiet which was a bit unusual.
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