Army Chief Impressed by Standards at Pakistan Aeronautical Complex

On Thursday, Chief of the Army Staff (COAS), General Qamar Javed Bajwa, visited Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) at Kamra, Attock.

Pakistan Aeronautical Complex was established in 1971 by the Pakistan Air Force (PAF). Most of the country’s aircraft and avionics systems are designed and built at the PAC.


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According to the Director-General Inter-Services Public Relations (DG-ISPR), COAS inspected the ongoing projects at the PAC.

General Bajwa praised PAC for maintaining international standards of the highest level in aircraft and avionics systems production. The Army Chief also appreciated PAC for becoming self-reliant and independent.

According to DG-ISPR, General Bajwa acknowledged the imperative role PAC has been playing in strengthening the country’s defense since its inception.


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  • So the Army Chief and the Air chief flew F16s and became happy. They forgot that JF17 is produced in China/Pakistan and they should take a little pride in flying their own machines.
    Why our Army is obsessed with F16s and not concentrating on local design and development and on the JF17 and other 5th gen programs?.


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