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  The first PAF jet fighter (Cobra) that shot down an enemy aircraft was F-86F Sabre No55-005 of No 15 Squadron. The Squadron was also known as the "Cobras". Flying this aircraft, Flight Lieutenant M Younis downed an Indian Air Force Canberra while it was on a photo-reconnaissance mission high over the Rawalpindi area on 10 April 59, an Eid day. Pilot Officer Rab Nawaz was the Air Defence Controller on radar for this mission.  

The PAF on Alert
The First Fighter Trainer
Propel to the Jet Age
First Jet Aerobatic Team
PAF Enters the Jet Age
Preparing for a World Record
Cobras Draw First Blood
World's First Bomber Formation Loop
M M Alam's F-86
The PAF "Falcons" Make History
Sqn Ldr Rafiqui Opens the September Account
Interdiction at Gurdaspur
The F-6 Joins the PAF
Pathankot Strike
Arrival of the Mirage
Sabre Takes a Superior Aircraft
The Star Fighters' Farewell Flight
Front Line Air Force
F-16 Destroys an Intruder
PAF F-16 Downs SU-22
PAF Pilots Evaluate the F-7MG
The Super Seven, New PAF Fighter Takes Shape
PAF Test Pilot creates history by Flying JF-17 'Thunder' Aircraft
Fourth Prototype of JF-17 'Thunder' Successfully Completes Inagural Flight
Stunning Pakistan Air force Aircraft Scoops Three Awards at Royal International Air Tattoo Show, UK
JF-17 Arrive in Pakistan
JF-17 Thunder makes debute on Pakistan Day Parade
First ever female, in the history of Pakistan, takes off with para Motor Gliders
Manufacturing of JF-17 Thunder Sub-Assemblies Commence at PAC