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Pakistan Air Force VS Israel Air Force

Source : Youtube

During the war 16 PAF pilots volunteered to go to the Middle East in order to support Egypt and Syria but by the time they arrived, Egypt had already been pushed into a ceasefire. Syria remained in a state of war against Israel. Eight (8) PAF pilots started flying out of Syrian Airbases; they formed the A-flight of 67 Squadron at Dumayr Airbase. The Pakistani pilots flew Syrian MiG-21 aircraft conducting CAP missions for the Syrians. Flt. Lt. A. Sattar Alvi became the first Pakistani pilot, during the Yom Kippur War, to shoot down an Israeli Mirage in air combat. He was honored by the Syrian government. Other aerial encounters involved Israeli F-4 Phantoms; Pakistan Air Force did not lose a single pilot or aircraft during this war. The Pakistani pilots stayed on in Syria until 1976, training Syrian pilots in the art of air warfare.
The then Pakistani & now Bangladeshi Ace Flight Lieutenant Saiful Azam has the unique distinction of having kills against air forces of two different countries. As a young Flying Officer during the 65 War, Saiful Azam scored a kill against an Indian Air Force Gnat, in recognition of which he was awarded Sitara-i-Jurat.

Gp. Capt. (retd.) Saiful Azam with Bangladesh Air Force logo

Two years later Saiful Azam became the first Pakistani pilot to score against the Israeli Air Force in the 1967 Arab-Israel war. He shot down a Vatour Bomber, a super Mystere, and a Mirage IIIC, all in only two missions thus raising his tally to four kills. To-date he remains the highest shooter of Israeli aircraft in history of dogfight.

He has been highly decorated with gallantry awards by both Jordan and Iraq for his extraordinary display of skill and courage. He retired as a Group Captain from Bangladesh Air Force. In 2001, he was honoured by the United States Air Force (USAF) and enjoys the status of being one of the twenty two ‘Living Eagles’ of the world.
1983 Pakistan got 28 F-16 from USA under Peace Gate 1 and when Pakistani Pilots reached there for training of F-16 USAF Instactor didnt constrate on Paki Pilots.. but Paki Pilots Proved they are well professional USAF had to implement their best instructors with PAF’s Pilots and they said there is Best Airforce in World as Israel Airforce and Now Pakistan Airforce as well
PAF has to many record Holding in fighter flying maximum kills in a Mission SQL M.M.ALAM lowest level Role over 9G and many others.

9 Responses

  1. great job lovely portrait ,i am a great fan of saif -ul-azam a great pilot

    • Thank you. He is my countryman. So, i proud of him very much than others.

  2. He is only a jackass, and he killed mosquitos only in his life, b’coz he wasn’t able to fly high like IAF. Jai Hind

  3. Was looking for the record of PAK pilots against Israel. Thanks for enlightning. Fan of MM Alam. Also i pray for a prosperous, strong and powerful bangladesh.

  4. Even tho im a pakistani, i really like this guy. hes a hero.

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