PAK Army sets world record by deploying tanks at 3,176 meters above sea level

Pakistan Army has proven to the world once again why it is one of the best armies in the world. The army has set a rare world record by deploying tanks on an elevation level that is 12,000 feet above sea level. A sight like this is rarely seen in the world.

The armoured regiment of Pakistan Armoured Corps of Army took this step as part of its war against terrorists. The corps took its tanks to Brekh Muhammad Kandao Pass, part of the Koh-i-Safed in Pakistan which is nearly 3,176 meters above sea level and opposite to Torra Bora mountains of the Nangarhar province in Afghanistan.

The deployment of tanks at this point is necessary to keep the nation safe from the threat of terrorism. In the past many years, Pak army has fought with terrorists, gradually and effectively thinning their numbers.

A country which was plagued by frequent suicide bombings and other security threats is now considered safe to travel by many other countries thanks to the actions of the army.