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7th September, 1965. -  Pakistan Air Force Day.
Air Force Day is celebrated in Pakistan as a national day on 7 September, after the annual celebration of the Defence Day in the successful defence of Lahore, Sialkot and many other important cities of Pakistan.
If Pakistan Air Force and Pakistan Army had not responded in time, Lahore could’ve fallen in the hand of India. According to PAF the war which lasted for 3 weeks, India lost around its 90-110 aircrafts compared to Pakistan’s 30.
Pakistan Air Force gained a lot of credibility and reliability among Pakistan military and international war writers for successful defence of Lahore and other important areas of Pakistan on 6th September, 1965 and heavy retaliation to India on the next day.
Another notables from the war was Squadron Leader M. M. Alam (in the picture above) who was Pakistan’s top scoring fighter ace. He gunned down 11 Indian aircrafts. Alam is considered as a national hero for Pakistan, most significantly, for his remarkable show of brilliance in the war of 1965 when he was posted at Sargodha. During this war he was involved in various dogfights while flying his F-86 Sabre fighter. He downed nine Indian fighters in air-to-air combat, including six Hawker Hunter fighters.
 In one mission on 7 September 1965, Alam downed five Indian aircraft in less than a minute, the first four within 30 seconds, establishing a world record which still stands after these 49 years.

farhanshk:

7th September, 1965. - Pakistan Air Force Day.

Air Force Day is celebrated in Pakistan as a national day on 7 September, after the annual celebration of the Defence Day in the successful defence of Lahore, Sialkot and many other important cities of Pakistan.

If Pakistan Air Force and Pakistan Army had not responded in time, Lahore could’ve fallen in the hand of India. According to PAF the war which lasted for 3 weeks, India lost around its 90-110 aircrafts compared to Pakistan’s 30.

Pakistan Air Force gained a lot of credibility and reliability among Pakistan military and international war writers for successful defence of Lahore and other important areas of Pakistan on 6th September, 1965 and heavy retaliation to India on the next day.

Another notables from the war was Squadron Leader M. M. Alam (in the picture above) who was Pakistan’s top scoring fighter ace. He gunned down 11 Indian aircrafts. Alam is considered as a national hero for Pakistan, most significantly, for his remarkable show of brilliance in the war of 1965 when he was posted at Sargodha. During this war he was involved in various dogfights while flying his F-86 Sabre fighter. He downed nine Indian fighters in air-to-air combat, including six Hawker Hunter fighters.

In one mission on 7 September 1965, Alam downed five Indian aircraft in less than a minute, the first four within 30 seconds, establishing a world record which still stands after these 49 years.

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