Pakistan likely to get two Orions from US ISLAMABAD: The US is mulling to provide two P-3C Orion aircraft to Pakistan to help the later plug the shortage caused by the PNS Mehran attack in which two such planes were destroyed by the militants last month, Geo News reported. US sources told Geo News that Pakistan had placed an order for provision of seven P-3C Orion aircraft. However, the preparation of the planes would take time, the sources added. The surveillance aircraft would be provided to Pakistan on temporary lease but they will remain a property of the US. The US government would not take any rental against the use of these planes with a view to help Pakistan make up for its loss. The US will ensure that the planes are not used against India.