PAF Unit Back From Participating In Shaheen-X Air Drill In China
A PAF unit has returned after successfully participating in the Shaheen-X air exercise in China. The contingent featured PAF’s J-10 C and JF-17 lead fighter aircraft, combat pilots, air defense controllers, and technical ground crew, all actively engaged in the exercise.
The PAF stated that their participation in the Shaheen series reflects their solid operational training and readiness for contemporary aerial warfare challenges.
Previously, the same PAF unit also completed its successful involvement in the multinational tri-services air exercise, Bright Star 2023, held at the Mohammed Naguib Military Base in Egypt.
The PAF contingent landed back at an operational air base of Pakistan Air Force after successful participation in Shaheen-X air exercise in China. The contingent included PAF's J-10 C and JF-17 lead fighter aircraft, Combat Pilots, Air Defence Controllers, and technical ground… pic.twitter.com/LbwrixmaHt
— DGPR (AIR FORCE) (@DGPR_PAF) September 19, 2023
This exercise included 30 countries, including Pakistan, the United States, the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Jordan, Greece, and Qatar. It showcased the impressive performance of PAF’s contingent and its advanced JF-17 Thunder fighter jets, emphasizing their commitment to regional and international collaboration and their ability to operate effectively in diverse and demanding environments.