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EITHER THE FALCON WILL FIND A WAY OR MAKE ONE!














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Other aircraft

MIRAGE iii/v






F7p / pg





AC5 Fantan





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Decommisioned (from oldest to newest [mistakes are unavoidable!] )

B57



Super Marine Attacker





F-86 Sabre







F-104 Star-Fighter







F-6 (mig19)





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Paf's Newest Toy! The Jf17/fc-1 Thunder!




jf17 FLYING ON 23RD MARCH! ......>>



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THE BRAVE MEN BEHIND THE MACHINE!

First ever PAF f-16 pilot




irst batch of F-16 pilots with the President of Pakistan and Chief of the Air Staff PAF - Jan 1983.




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PAF WAS THE FIRST AIR FORCE OTHER THAN THE WESTERN OR COMMUNIST STATES TO OPERATE SUPERSONIC JETS!


Three supersonic aircraft types of PAF that participated in the 1971 war. F-6 leds a F-104 and a Mirage-IIIEP.




IAF Gnat which surrendered and landed at Pasrur - 3 September 1965.




HERES A LITTLE BIT OF INFO:-

When ever there was a fierce air battle between the PAF and IAF an f-104 was simply told to fly at the fighting area...as the f-104 approached the fighting the IAF jets would scramble to return to their air-space! -read it in a book.


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PAF pilot (Saif-ul-Azam) in RJAF uniform from 1967 war (wearing RJAF uniform)




Saif-ul-Azam helping young Prince Abdullah, present King of Jordan into the cockpit of a Hunter.




'Top Gun' certificate awarded to Saif-ul-Azam after training in USA.




Receiving SJ (sitara-e-jurat) from President Ayub Khan after the 1965 war.




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PAF F-16 and IAF Mirage 2000 H




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F 16's....















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F-7 in desert colors! rare



Mirage landing.




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A very sxc pic of PAF's falcon



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F16 a + b






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The three new Agouta 90b's that Pakistan Navy will be getting (the three are under construction in Karachi Shipyard) will be capable of firing cruise missiles!




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PICS OF MIRAGE OF PAF!!!







HERS A RARE PIC; Technicians working on Atar engine of Mirage aircraft



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MORE F7 OF PAF








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Yaar duck khiyal karna ider kuch bachy loog hain Faggot indians der jaain geey!!!! Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Yaar duck khiyal karna ider kuch bachy loog hain Faggot indians der jaain geey!!!! Laughing Laughing Laughing



i klnow They are Coward PpL!Smile

Pics say Dar jayein ge Jab Jang ho gi to Kia banay ga in logo ka mein to yahi soch raha ho khali Smile

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The flying operations of the air force are carried out and supported from a number of operational, training and maintainance bases located all over the country. Each base embodies a well knit community of officers and men who operate and maintain various weapon systems of the air force.



These bases can be divided into three major categories :

* Major Operational Bases
* Forward Operational Bases (FOBs)
* Satellites

Major Operational Bases
These are the bases from which the PAF planes operate during peace time. They have complete infrastructure of hardened shelters, control towers, workshops, ordnance depots etc. These are ten in number and are :

1. PAF Masroor
2. PAF Chaklala
3. PAF Samungli (Quetta)
4. PAF Mushaf (Sargodha)
5. PAF Risalpur
6. PAF Rafiqui (Shorkot)
7. PAF Mianwali
8. PAF Minhas (Kamra)
9. PAF Peshawar
10. PAF Faisal (Karachi)

Forward Operational Bases

These are the bases on which the planes are dispersed during war. They are capable of supporting almost all types of missions. They are generally lightly manned during peace time and are usually activated during excercises or some national crisis. They are thirteen in number :

1. PAF Sukkur
2. PAF Shahbaz (Jacobabad)
3. PAF Multan
4. PAF Farid (Dera Ghazi Khan)
5. PAF Vihari
6. PAF Risalawala (Faisalabad)
7. PAF Lahore
8. PAF NawabShah
9. PAF Mirpur Khas
10. PAF Murid
11. PAF Pasni
12. PAF Talhar
13. PAF Sakurdu

Satellites

These bases are only meant for emergency landing and recovery of the aircrafts. They have a very small infrastructure and are either lightly manned or unmanned. They are nine in number:

1. PAF Rahim Yar Khan
2. PAF Chander
3. PAF Bhagtanwala
4. PAF Chuk Jhumra
5. PAF Ormara
6. PAF Rajanpur
7. PAF Sindhri
8. PAF Gwadar
9. PAF Kohat

Ground Installations

There are some other training and radar bases that do not have a runway and other landing facilities. They are six in number :

1. PAF Korangi Creek
2. PAF Sakesar
3. PAF Badin
4. PAF Malir
5. PAF Kalabagh
6. PAF Lower Topa


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F7 with F14 in agressor exercise



F16 in agressor exercise with USAF



Tail of SU-25 shot down by Sqn. Ldr. Athar on August 4, 1988



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Some people may think PAF has only fought against the INdian Airforce, but thats NOT TRUE! there are a number of other conflicts the PAF took active parts in against enemies other than the IAF!!! heres a lint and shot summary of each...


The Arab-Israel War-1967
During this war, PAF sent a contingent of its pilots and airmen to Egypt, Jordan and Syria. PAF pilots performed excellently and downed about 10 Israeli planes including Mirages, Mysteres, Vautours without losing a single plane of their own. Flt.Lt. Saif-ul-Azam was decorated by Jordan and Iraq.

The performance of PAF pilots was praised by Israelis too. Eizer Weizman, then Chief Of Israeli Air Force said once about Air Marshal Noor Khan (Commander PAF at that time): "...He is a formidable person and I am glad that he is Pakistani not Egyptian..."


The Battle Of Sharoora - 1969
In 1969, South Yemen, which was under the communist regime and a strong ally of USSR, attacked and captured Mount Vadiya inside the province of Sharoora in Saudi Arabia. Many PAF officers and men from different branches who were serving in Khamis Mushayt (the closet airbase from the battlefield), took active part in this battle in which the enemy was ultimately driven back.


Yom Kippur War - 1973
The PAF was active again in the Middle East sector after about 6 years. The PAF contingent deployed at Inchas Air Base (Egypt) was led by Wg.Cmdr. Masood Hatif and five other pilots plus two air defence controllers. During this war, Flt.Lt Sattar Alvi was decorated by the Syrian goverment when he shot down an Israeli Mirage over Golan Heights.


The Afghan War 1980-88
During 1981-88, Pakistan experienced about 2000 air intrusions by Afghan/ Soviet forces. It shot down 8 Afghan/Soviet aircraft over the years and suffered one loss while chasing the intruders,albeit to its own shooting down of an F-16. This war helped Pakistan to acquire the latest F-16 aircraft from U.S.A and modernise its air-defence system. During the Afghan war, PAF flew a total of 10,939 sorties and logged 13,275 hours.

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