PAF chief led airstrikes against terrorist hideouts in North Waziristan

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    PAF chief led airstrikes against terrorist hideouts in North Waziristan
    By Web Desk
    Published: August 21, 2015


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    Air Chief Air Marshal Sohail Aman getting ready to fly his F-16. PHOTO: INP

    Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman on Tuesday led a an air raid as Operation Zarb-e-Azb in North Waziristan entered a critical phase.

    The air chief spearheaded a formation of fighter aircraft which took off from a forward operating base and participated in a mission where they bombed militant hideouts and their depots of explosives, Radio Pakistan reported.

    According to pictures released by the Pakistan Air Force (PAF), Aman flew an F-16 (A).

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    Chief of Air Staff Air Marshal Sohail Aman goes over charts with fellow pilots ahead of leading an air raid in North Waziristan. PHOTO: INP

    Read: Day 4: At least 10 terrorists killed in Shawal air blitz

    On the occasion, Aman also met the air and ground crew and applauded them for their service.

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    PAF Chief Air Marshal Sohail Aman along with PAF fighter and ground crews in front of the F-16 he flew. PHOTO: INP

    Read: 40 militants killed in Shawal airstrikes: ISPR

    On Tuesday, 18 suspected militants were killed as Pakistan Air Force jets bombed hideouts of terrorists.

    According to the Inter Services Public Relations, the air strikes were carried out in Shawal area of North Waziristan.


    http://tribune.com.pk/story/942381/air-chief-led-north-waziristan-bombing-mission/
     
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