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Rafiqui Opens Sep Acc.
Indian Fighters Surrender
The first Encounter
Close Support At Wagha
Pathan kot Strike
The end of a Hero
Kalai Kunda Strike
F-86 Kills Mister
Hi Speed Reconnaissance
Low Level Death
Attack on baghdogra
Radar's Destruction
Interdiction at Gurdaspur
Loss of B-57
Battle over Lahore
End of Night Intruder
Hercules Bomber
F-86 Strike heavy guns
Battle of Chavinda
M.M. Alam "Jet Ace"
Post War Reccee
The Cobras on Patrol
The F-6 Joins the PAF
Tridents in No. 12 Sqn.
Unarmed Combatant
1965 War
F-6 Joins the PAF - 20 Dec , 1965

The first two F-6s (Mig-19s made in China) arrived at Sargodha Air Base. The pilots flew over the Karakorams directly from the Chinese airfield at Hotian. The F-6 carried VHF radios, Soviet style instruments and many pieces of equipment that were strange to the PAF pilots and technical hands. The Pakistani markings were not yet painted and the pilots wore leather helmets and throat mikes. Many officers and men of Sargodha gathered near the runway to watch the landings.

 
 
 
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