PAF committed to fight terrorists, says air chief

  • Aman offers training support to allied air forces at Airpower Centre of Excellence

ISLAMABAD: Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman has said that the commitment of the Pakistan Air Force to fight the terrorists down to the last man is absolutely clear.

Addressing the concluding session of the international seminar on air power at the Air Headquarters, he thanked participants for their contribution in making the seminar a great success. He highlighted the effectiveness of airpower in addressing the sub-conventional threat, which had emerged out as an important point in the seminar.

The air chief was the chief guest at the concluding session of the two-day seminar conducted under the auspices of the Pakistan Air Force. Speakers and observers from 18 allied countries participated in the seminar and presented their views on the emerging trends in airpower.

Aman commented upon the valuable experience PAF has gained in the sub-conventional domain during various operations including Zarb-e-Azb and Rad-ul-Fasad, while fighting alongside the sister services. In this context, he also offered training support to the allied air forces in the newly-established Airpower Centre of Excellence.

Senior serving and retired PAF officers, Pakistan-based foreign defence/air attaches, defence analysts and selected academia notables from various institutions of Islamabad attended the seminar.


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