Dont believe anything you read, and half of what you see, here !

If a picture doesnt have the blog address as a watermark, it means it was not edited by me. Also we intentionally photoshoped these picture in a low quality photo manipulation, because we dont want anyone to repost this as the truth.

Most of the article are not ours either. We edited it to be match our posts or simply for seo.

Use your common sense to differentiate the truth from hoax.. we sometimes mix it all in.

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

PAF Su-27

Retouched the last pic. Made the decals less visible and no agm .

Monday, December 27, 2010

PAF Su-27 Firing AGM-65

Su-27 Flanker, i just love the bird. it's wingroot curves, its down sloping nose, twin tailed and twin engine rear, fascinated me when i first saw it IIRC on a friend's notebook cover. Actually, seeing it helped me remember what flanks really are ! lola, good old days.

Not a pragmatic option for PAF though, due to many reasons technical guys know better, its artistic design mesmerize many .

this picy above , was originally a chinese built su-27 copy Shenuang j-11, painted over by me . added an aim-9 and agm 65 for every one to enjoy .

Saturday, December 11, 2010

JF17 The Golden Eagle

This Gold plated JF17, 100 million a piece, is exclusively marketed to the Mid-east Countries as the wealthy arab nations seem to have a thing for ultra high price marks .

Monday, December 6, 2010

PAF Inducts Rafale

[BBN - Defence Reporter] First batch of six aircraft of the total 75 Rafale aircraft arrived today at Mushaf Airbase, Sargodha. Pakistan had signed a deal worth 5 billion $ for these aircrafts.

Addressing the august ceremony held here in connection with formally inducting the fighter jets in the PAF fleet, Air Chief Marshal Rana Sabuktageen Sultan said this was a dream that came true today, underscoring the need for cooperation in future as well.

Sultan said the handing of new fighter jets would boost confidence in relations between the two counties. The inducting of these jets will mark beginning of new chapter in the PAF’s technology; also, they will go a long way in Pakistan’s defence from internal and external challenges.

“This is the most visible part of a strong and growing relationship between the two air forces that will benefit both short-term and long-term,” Sultan continued.

Pakistan is paying $ 5 billion for the 75 new aircraft. The French Air Force also is training PAF pilots. The first eight pilots have recently completed training with the Paris National Guard in Hilton.


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