Arms build-up by enemy can’t intimidate Pakistan, vows PAF chief
Chief of the Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan visited an operational airbase on Thursday and participated in an operational training mission in JF17B dual-seat aircraft, reported 24NewsHD TV channel, quoting a PAF spokesperson.
According to a spokesman of the Pakistan Air Force, the Air Chief, who has extensive experience of flying F-16s, also reviewed the operational capabilities of the domestically developed dual-seat fighter jet.
The Air Chief said that the Pakistan Air Force would never be intimidated by the accumulation of arms by the enemy, adding that the Pakistan Air Force was always ready to deal with any threat.
The Air Chief reviewed operational capabilities of the home-built dual-seat fighter jets.
Air Chief Marshal #MujahidAnwarKhan visited Minhas Base today. He participated in an operational training mission in the dual seat #JF17Thunder aircraft.#Pakistan #Aviation #Avgeeks #PAF #PakistanAirForce #PakistanZindabad #Turkey #JF17B #AviationPhotography #FalconsSpotters pic.twitter.com/1IkyEnWC2l— PAF Falcons (@PAF_Falcons) August 13, 2020