Pakistans Owl dragon fighters appear at Kashmir front base

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 Pakistans Owl dragon fighters appear at Kashmir front base


According to Pakistans paffalcons website on July 25, Pakistans Air Force Chief of staff mujahid visited the Pakistani air forces Skardu base in kirgit Baltistan Province in northern Kashmir on the same day.

The JF-17 fighters of the Pakistan Air Force took off from the base in scardoo

Mujahid inspected the bases training readiness operations, including rapid deployment of fighters and support operations. He also listened to the briefing on the infrastructure construction under way in the base, affirmed the operational preparations of the base and expressed satisfaction with the progress of infrastructure construction.

Speaking to the bases personnel, mujahid said the Pakistani air force is well aware of the geopolitical development in the region. He said the enemys aggressive military procurement will not be ignored, and some necessary measures have been put in place to ensure the balance of military power in the conventional field.

The JF-17 fighters of the Pakistan Air Force took off from the base in scardoo

It is reported that the skadu base is the front-line Air Force Base of the Pakistani army in Kashmir, with an altitude of more than 2200 meters, and the nearest distance from the actual control line between India and Pakistan is 85 kilometers. It is mainly responsible for guarding and deterring India.

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