Pakistan Air Force
The Pakistan Air Force is the part of the administration of airborne combat uniforms of the Pakistan Armed Forces, essentially in charge of the Pakistan Air Guard. With an auxiliary job of giving air support to the Pakistan Army and the Pakistan Navy.
PAF has a tertiary job of providing key air transport and coordination capacity to Pakistan. As of 2017, according to IISS, the PAF has 70,000 people.
Command and Mission
His critical command and mission are “to give, in support of energy with others between administrations. The most competent, guaranteed and financially intelligent aeronautical defense of Pakistan.”
Since its founding in 1947, PAF has been committed to different battle tasks, providing flight assistance to Inter-Services relief activities and efforts. In accordance with article 243.
The Constitution of Pakistan selects the President of Pakistan as the Commander in Chief of non-military personnel. The Chief of the General Staff of the Air (CAS), by resolution a four-star air officer Chief Marshal, is delegated by the President with the interview and statement required by the Prime Minister of Pakistan.
The Pakistan Air Force is currently headed through Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan. PAF has 21 air bases, involving 13 flying bases and 8 non-flying bases. Flying bases are operational bases from which flying machines operate in times of peace and war.
Although the non-flying bases direct either the preparation, organization, maintenance, air defense activities or mission support.
The Nishan-e-Haider is the most notable military honor granted by Pakistan. The pilot officer Rashid Minhas (1951 – August 20, 1971) is the main office of the PAF that will be granted the Nishan-e-Haider for giving up his life to prevent an aircraft from being confiscated from India.
The different honors include the leader of the Muhammad Mahmood Alam squad, awarded for taking down nine warriors, five of a minute, from the Indian Air Force in an air battle. Squad leader Sarfaraz Ahmed Rafiqui Shaheed, awarded for refusing to give up his warrior meeting in the middle of a fight even though his weapons are stuck.
He continued his efforts to help his squad in the fight by chasing adversary warriors until they were finally shut down. On September 7, 2015, Pakistan became the ninth nation to grow and use an armed unmanned aerial vehicle (drone) called Burraq.
Pakistan began discovering drone technology when it developed Falco drones from Selex Galileo of Italy for $ 40 million in 2008. Since then, Pakistan has been emerging Falco in Pakistan’s Aeronautical Complex in connection with the Italian firm.
Burraq was established based on similar Falco technology. In March 2015, Pakistan was able to test Burraq armed with an air-surface missile called Barq with tip precision. Burraq was mainly used during Operation Zarb-e-Azab.
Pakistan has been in talks with China to win 30 to 40, JF-31 Stealth contestants otherwise called Shenyang FC-31 or J-31 for short. In Pakistani writing, Shaheen has an extraordinary relationship with the verse of the nation’s national artist, Allama Muhammad Iqbal. The Urdu Shahpar series continued to run on PTV and Sherdil aired on ARY Digital.