The Pak Air Force’s No. 11 Multi-Roll Squadron won the Inter-Squadron Armament Championship held in the Somani Firing Range.
The closing ceremony of the competitions was held at an operational Airbus of Pakistan Air force, with the Chief of the Air Force, Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan.
Speaking on the occasion, the Air Chief said that the Pak Air Force is on the path of modernization and self-reliance to enhance its combat capabilities.
Pak Air Chief Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan gives wing commander Mudassar Arshad the Omint Competition Trophy.
He added that the Pak Air Force is always ready for air defense of the motherland and always responds with utmost determination and enthusiasm to the nation’s voice.
Chief highlighted the situation in Kashmir and said that we stand with our Kashmiri brothers in their struggle for independence, he reiterated.
Starting from October 10, all combat aircraft pilots targeted their targets, demonstrating their best professional skills. The No. 11 multi-role squadron was named the winner of the competition for its outstanding performance.
For the first time, the Best Armament Trophy was jointly awarded to the No. 2 squadron and the No. 8 squadron, while the maintenance trophy was awarded to the No. 14 squadron.
JF-17 hit its target during the competition.
Wing Commander Noman Akram was awarded the Sher Afgan Trophy for his outstanding performance individually.
These competitions tested the performance of all Air Force fighter squadrons, where the JF-17, thanks to its outstanding performance, earned its status as the first fighter aircraft in the Pak Air Force.