RAWALPINDI – Pakistan Army has once again picked up the Pace Sticking Contest at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, UK.
In the year 2018, the Pakistani soldiers, first time took part in the drill
Moazzam Ahmed Khan, High Commissioner wished the Pak Army for winning the international military drill contest for the third time since 2018. High Commissioner also highly praised the Pakistan Army’s uppermost standards of professionalism and brilliance in the field.
This contest is organized every year, the military teams from around the globe including Canada, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, and Pakistan take part in the competition.
The drill is conducted at a regular pace of 120 beats per minute with a thirty-inch step and marching in slow time with the stick at 65 paces per minute, and passing on the stick from hand to hand while doing drill activities.
Equality in the use of the stick and by the accomplishment of a high steadiness and cohesion among instructors was the reason the drill happened.
The jury of the contest grade overall performance, any wrong commands or movements, or if the kit is less than immaculate, will cause in the deduction of points.