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Abu Zafur Mohammod Hasan

01769995062
zafar@bsmraau.edu.bd
Head Of Department

Faculty of Aerospace Management and Entrepreneurship

Bio Data

I joined Bangladesh Air Force in 1993 as flight cadet. After successful completion of Academic and flying training, I was commissioned on 22 Nov 1995 in GD(P) branch. I am an aviation professional and logged more than 1800 flying hours in different fighter and fixed-wing aircraft. In my professional career, I did several courses at home and abroad.  I am a category ‘A’ Qualified Flying Instructor (QFI), and also an Aircraft Accident Investigator. I served as Flying Instructor at, BAF Academy and Flying Instructors School. I commanded a number of flying Sqn, SAM Unit and different Wings. I served in United Nations Mission as Staff Officer Air Operation in ONUCI, Ivory Coast. I also served as G5 (Air Op) MONUSCO in Ituri Brigade, Bunia. At Air HQ, I served as Deputy Director of Plans where I looked after all Major Procurement, Master Plan and TO&E of BAF. I did my Staff College from DSCSC, Mirpur and War Course from Air War College, Pakistan. I am also qualified in Electronic Warfare. Additionally, I did Senior Staff Course from BPATC, Savar. For professional Excellence, I received BUP and three COAS Commendations. Presently I am deputed from Bangladesh Air force to BSMRAAU. 
 

Education Highlights:

Master of Strategic Studies From National Defence College, Islamabad, Pakistan.
Master of Defence Studies from BUP, Bangladesh.
Bachelor of Science (Aeronautics) from National University, Bangladesh.

Career Hightlights:

Flight Commanding Course, China (2005)
Diploma degree from EW School on EW, Royal Air Force, KSA. (2012-2013)
Air War Course, Air War College, Pakistan (2014-2015)

Research Interest:

Women Empowerment
Disaster Management
UAV policy
Airport Security and Management
Electronic Warfare
Flight Safety

Awards:

Biman Utkorsho Padak (BUP)
COAS Commendations (3)
Flying efficiency Badge
Green Endorsement for safe Flying (3)

Publication:

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