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Although both the F-6 and the F-86E had a reasonable capabilities in the close support role, yet there was a need to regain the medium range day/night strike power which had been shared by the F-86F and the B-57 untill 1967. There was also the lingering gap in night air defence. To fulfil these requirements, the PAF turned to French Mirage fighter-bomber series.


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