Dr. Azim is a retired Major General of the Afghan army with a career in both military and civilian healthcare leadership. From 1988 to 1996, he served as the Chief of Orthopedics and Trauma at the Central National Security Hospital in Kabul. During this period, his expertise played a crucial role in providing specialized care to the armed forces and civilians alike. Additionally, from 1993 to 1996, he took on the responsibility of Director of Health and Medical Services for the northern provinces of Afghanistan, demonstrating his commitment to advancing healthcare infrastructure and services in diverse regions.

He has since moved to the United States and currently works at the Artificial Kidney Treatment center in New York. In this role, he continues to make a meaningful impact by providing healthcare services and contributing to the well-being of his patients.

As a founding member of Badger Six, he uses his wealth of contacts and extensive knowledge of Afghan politics, tribal relationships and regional differences to help facilitate Badger Six operations.