ISLAMABAD: Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force, Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan, led the formations of PAF fly-past aircraft on the auspicious occasion of Pakistan Day Parade Friday.
The Air Chief, who assumed command of the PAF on 19th March 2018, is well-known for his professional acumen and passion for flying. Keeping the tradition of his predecessors, Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan flew over the venue in an F-16 Block 52 aircraft performing a magnificent vertical roll over the parade square.
While crossing the dais, the Air Chief using the radio communication from the aircraft saluted the resilience of Pakistani nation in his words “Presenting my salute to the great Pakistani nation, Pakistan Zindabad”.
The fascinated audience fervently watched and went ecstatic to see the aircraft of the newly appointed Air Chief disappear in the sky.
Earlier in morning, the air chief arrived at PAF Base Mushaf to lead the PAF formations participating in Pak Day Parade fly past.
He met with the combat air and ground crew at the base and lauded their extra ordinary level of devotion and motivation.
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