A top Pakistani military commander was lightly wounded Wednesday when his helicopter came under fire in the Swat Valley, where the military fought off a Taliban insurgency two years ago. Major General Javed Iqbal, one of Pakistans top commanders in the northwest, was airborne when gunfire from the ground hit his helicopter in the mountainous village of Nusrat Darra in the north of the valley. The helicopter is safe. The commander was slightly injured. There was no loss of life, a senior security official told a foreign news agency.