Pakistan established over a billion dollars in martial aid from United States between 1954 and 1965. This assist very much improved Pakistan’s security ability as new gear and artillery were brought into the forces, new military bases were formed and on hand ones were extended and upgraded and two new Corps commands were fashioned. Shahid M Amin, who has up to that time served in the Pakistani foreign service, accounts in his book Pakistan’s overseas strategy: A reassessment that “It is also a fact, that these pacts did undoubtedly secure very substantial US military and economic assistance for Pakistan in its nascent years and significantly strengthened it in facing India, as seen in the 1965 war.”"
With the breakdown of the United States to influence India to join an anti-communist agreement, it turned towards Pakistan which in difference with India was equipped to join such an coalition in return of armed and monetary aid and also to find a probable supporter against India. By 1954, the Americans had determined that Pakistan along with Turkey and Iran would be idyllic countries to contradict Soviet pressure. Therefore Pakistan and USA signed the Mutual Defense Assistance Agreement and American support began to flow in Pakistan. This was followed by two more pacts. In 1955, Pakistan connected the South East Asian Treaty Organization (SEATO) and the Baghdad Pact afterward to be renamed as Central Asian Treaty Organization (CENTO) after Iraq absent in 1959.
American and British advisers skilled Pakistani Army recruits and the USA was permissible to set up bases within Pakistan’s boundaries to scout on the Soviet Union. In this era, many future Pakistani presidents and generals went to American and British military academies that show the way to the expansion of the Pakistani army on Western replicas, more than ever the British one.
After Dominion position ended in 1956 with the formation of a establishment and a statement of Pakistan as an Islamic Republic, the military took be in charge of in 1958 and held power for more than 10 years. During this time, Pakistan had developed close up military associations with many Middle Eastern countries to whom Pakistan sent military advisers and this association continues to the in attendance day.