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Retired brigadier Javed Hussain, a former Special Services Group officer, has known Musharraf since he served as a captain in the elite Pakistan Army group.
Risalpur -- Twenty seven commandoes of Pak Army Special Services Group sustained severe injuries in road mishap here on Monday.
The training was well chalked out and delineated in which highly qualified instructors from Pakistan's elite Special Services Group and a number of other experts in security and crisis management trained the new force.
Amir Faisal Alvi - who retired two years ago as chief commander of the army's Special Services Group targeting Islamic militants - was not immediately clear.
Renfro has been promoted to vice president in the financial analysis department of the special services group at Simmons First National Corp.
We have a special services group that delivers emergency response, high hazard response, inland and offshore marine diving services, abatement and remediation services.
According to the Express Tribune, the arrested suspect, Saadullah, is a former Special Services Group (SSG) commando, which is the elite wing of the armed forces of Pakistan.
The Special Services Group has carried out covert operations in Pakistan's semi-autonomous tribal areas where the military continues to battle heavily armed groups opposed to the government in Islamabad.