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Friday, March 30, 2012

The Tigers : PAF 2nd aerobatic team

PAF Tigers Aerobatic display team F-6 / MiG-19, Unknown Artist.
PAF Tigers Aerobatic display team of 4 ship F-6 / MiG-19 formation.

Pilots of PAF Tigers Aerobatic display team F-6 / MiG-19 . Rare photo of the original plane can be seen in the background.

The second formation aerobatic team on the F6 MiG19 fighters of the PAF was called The Tigers. Like its predecessors: The Rattlers, 1969, the second team was also formed at Sargodha Airbase. The F6 was a high energy fighter of its time on which formation aerobatic displays were especially demanding because the F6 needed skillful piloting during low airspeed manoeuvres. The Team: (1) Squadron Leader Hasnat Ahmed (Lead) (2) Squadron Leader Imtiaz Ali Khan (Right Wing) (3) Squadron Leader Tahir Ahmed (Left Wing) (4) Flight Lieutenant Nazar Hussain (Slot) (5) Flight Lieutenant Abdul Razzaq (Reserve) 

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

USAF F-22 Raptor in Colorful Floral Paint job

Colorful USAF F 22 Raptor .
As mentioned by Basiley Lofichenko yup -) cool art -) &new life for old planes -) in soviet union they sometimes[if its safe mecanically &etc]they used as kids attractions, as cafeteria as movies & etc -)

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Retro Photo of a Two ship F/A-22 Raptor Formation

 Two ship F/A-22 Raptor Formation over a city .
Background image used in this manip courtesy :


  • whose other artworks can be viewed here .

 thankyou ferreson :

Thursday, March 22, 2012

USAF F/A-22 Raptor 3d photo in Dark Grey Ghost Color scheme

USAF F/A-22 Raptor 3d photo in Dark Grey Ghost Color scheme  .
USAF F/A-22 Raptor 3d photo in Dark Grey Ghost Color scheme  .

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

USAF F-22 Raptor flying over Disney Land California Adventure® Park

USAF F-22 Raptor flying over Disney Land California Adventure® Park.

[BBN:Defence Reporter] : Following the financial constraints enveloping the USAF, Pentagon gave a go ahead for USAF F:/A-22 Raptors to fly demonstrations at Disney Land California in order to generate revenue. The shows will occur each Sunday, and the ticket will cost about 100 USD.

 " We face significant fiscal constraints and are making tough decisions about the best ways to continue providing combat airpower to warfighting commanders, which is what we do as the Air Force’s primary force provider." said a USAF spokesman.

The Raptors flying in these Demonstrations will be painted in special bright color schemes, one as seen in above pic is painted in Floral pattern. The other one painted in Hello Kitty pink color scheme can be seen here, here, and here.


Monday, March 19, 2012

Kawai Girly F-22 Raptor : Hello Kitty Wallpaper v2.2

Painted in Pink gloss with Hello kitty or Not, The F/A-22 is an air-superiority fighter with improved capability over current Air Force aircraft. From the inception of the battle, the F/A-22's primary objective will be to establish air superiority through the conduct of counter air operations. The F/A-22 also has an inherent air-to-surface capability. A combination of improved sensor capability, improved situational awareness, and improved weapons provides first-kill opportunity against the threat.

Kawai Girly F-22 Raptor : Hello Kitty Wallpaper v2.1

Gender doesn't matter behind the controls of a lethal fighter jet.  
Earlier Posts about "Hello Kitty Raptors" can be seen here and here.

Girly Hello Kitty F-22 Raptor v2.0 for Female Pilots : The Flight of Determination

Girly Hello Kitty F-22 Raptor : The Flight of Determination.
The thing women have yet to learn is nobody gives you power.  You just take it.  Screw the dull grey Color scheme for Raptor. Female pilots, you too can have your own flashy Hello Kitty Raptors . Yes to feminism , No to Communism. hooo haaah

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Kawai Girly F-22 Raptor : Hello Kitty Wallpaper v1.1

Here comes Kawai Raptor, it's unique, original, cute, fun and girly. heheheehehhe.

Hello Kitty and Pinky color scheme for F-22 Raptor. 

v1.1  of  v1.0 here.

Girly F-22 Raptor : Hello Kitty Wallpaper v1.0

Hello Kitty F-22 Raptor, flies over pink waters.
Here comes Kawai Raptor, it's unique, original, cute, fun and girly. heheheehehhe.

Hello Kitty and Pinky color scheme for F-22 Raptor. 

Saturday, March 17, 2012

PAF No. 6 Squadron "Striking Hearts" JFT for Ladies

Striking Hearts, Twin seat JF-17 b. 

[BBN: News Desk : Defence Reporter] Pakistan Airforce No. 6 Squadron "Striking Hearts" which exclusively consists of Female Pilots of PAF , took its delivery of first JF-17 Thunder aircraft, painted in special markings . The original proposal from the Squadron Leader Miss Shagufta Karrar, on behalf of the whole squadron, was to paint the aircrafts in Pink Livery, but that request was denied by the PAF High command as it would seriously compromise camoflague during war time  operations. As a sort of compensation for making it bit girly, Floral Patterns in matching color were painted on the aircraft, and squadron insignia "Striking Hearts" painted on the tail.

Some sectors of media and some NGO's funded by foreign funds have suspected that the decline to paint the aicrafts pink was less of an operational requirement and more of an arrogant stunt to undermine female empowerment in Pakistan Airforce by the still Male dominant Air force High command. "If female Fighter pilots cant even choose what color airplanes they want to fly, then so much for freedom and liberty for the average females of this country." , said Begum Saba Chalghozay . PAF female pilots werent available for comments.  

JF-17 Thunder No. 26 Squadron Black Spiders armed with Brazilian MAR-1 ARM

Jf-17 armed with Brazilian MAR-1 Anti Radiation Missile.
Integration confirmed for Brazil's MAR-1 missile

Robert Hewson Air-Launched Weapons Editor - London

can confirm that Pakistan has taken delivery of the Brazilian MAR-1 anti-radiation missile and is integrating the weapon on its PAC JF-17 Thunder multirole combat aircraft as well as upgraded Dassault Mirage III and V ROSE fighters.

The MAR-1 is an air-launched defence suppression weapon developed as an independent national programme by Mectron in co-operation with the Brazilian Air Force (FAB).

In 2008 a MAR-1 order from Pakistan for 100 missiles valued at EUR85 million (USD126 million) was announced by the Brazilian government, which provided export credit support for the deal. Reports from Pakistan suggested that deliveries started in 2009.

Mectron would not comment on the MAR-1 programme except to say that "we have an export client and we have delivered missiles to that client". However, during the April 2011 Latin American Aerospace and Defence (LAAD) show in Rio de Janeiro, learnt that an active integration effort is now underway for both the ROSE Mirage and JF-17 in Pakistan Air Force (PAF) service.

This confirms statements made during the 2010 Farnborough Airshow by the PAF's JF-17 Programme Manager, Air Vice Marshall Mohammad Arif, who identified the MAR-1 as a future JF-17 weapon.

The JF-17 is a co-development project between Pakistan and China. It is now in full production at the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC), Kamra, where about 30 aircraft have been assembled. In April 2011 the PAF stood up its second JF-17 unit (No 26 Squadron) and a third unit (No.4 Squadron) will follow later this year.

Integration of the MAR-1 with the JF-17 shows that Pakistan has a well-structured programme to expand the capability of the aircraft beyond its Chinese roots. The MAR-1 is the second non-Chinese weapon that the JF-17 is known to be adopting after the Hafr runway penetration bomb. Pakistan has also explored the possibility of adding French avionics (including radar) and weapons (including the Mica air-to-air missile) to the aircraft, but PAF JF-17 programme officials told that those options have been shelved in favour of "less politically complicated projects".

Once operational, the MAR-1 will be the PAF's only modern anti-radiation weapon and a significant boost to its combat capabilities. The missile has several operational modes, but is typically used in a pre-programmed attack against known emitting targets in a lock-on-after-launch engagement. Mectron has developed a dedicated mission planning system for such operations.

The MAR-1 is likely to operate, at least initially, with a 'missile-as-sensor' function, meaning that the weapon's own wideband radio frequency seeker is the primary sensor for emitter location and targeting. The JF-17's Chinese developers certainly have the expertise to produce a more capable emitter location system in the future. The MAR-1 can also use supplementary targeting information from the JF-17's radar warning receivers.

Pakistan has a growing number of electronic intelligence (ELINT) systems with which it can build an electronic order of battle of hostile emitters to support MAR-1 targeting. This includes the highly capable HES-21 ELINT system carried by the PAF's recently delivered Erieye airborne early warning and control aircraft.

The MAR-1 is fully MIL-STD-1553 and -1760 databus compatible. For non databus-equipped aircraft a standalone integration using a dedicated fire-control unit and display can be fitted in the cockpit. That is the approach adopted for Brazil's non-upgraded Embraer AMX (A-1) attack aircraft. The MAR-1 has yet to enter formal FAB service, but understands that qualification flight testing in Brazil will conclude by the end of 2011.

A full-scale model of Mectron's MAR-1 anti-radiation missile, which will add a significant new capability to Pakistan's JF-17 fighters.

Monday, March 12, 2012

PAF A-5c Fantan flying over Pishawar

PAF Twin ship A-5 c Fantan Formation flying over Pishawar.

The A-5C Fantan is export designation of the Chinese designed J-5 (Attack aircraft 5), which is a twin-jet attack aircraft, derived from J-6/Mig-19 earlier produced in the People's Republic of China.

According to one report, at least 210 Fantan-As were in service with the PLA Air Force by 1979, serving with tactical attack squadrons of the People's Liberation Army.

A 1980 report declared that the aircraft had been built in relatively large numbers, and it is known to serve also in an air defence role with the air arms of the PLA Navy. The total number in Chinese service in now probably in the region of 500-800.

Deliveries of an initial batch of 52 export A-5's to the Pakistan Air Force began in February 1983 and have been completed.

The configuration of the PAF's A-5's differs considerably from that of their Chinese counterparts, several design features having been introduced at Pakistan's request to increase the aircraft's strike range and enable it to carry several additional types of weapons.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Israeli J-10 Photo

Israeli J-10 taxi at the Israeli Air Force Flight Academy course #162 graduation and Air Show.
link Israel-China link Defense intelligence officials said this week that China's new J-10 jet fighter was built with the help of Israel, under the U.S.-sponsored Lavi jet fighter program canceled back in 1987. "China's J-10 program was assisted by engineers who worked on the Israeli Lavi program," one defense official told Inside the Ring. "The J-10 and Lavi share many of the same design elements." According to the officials, Russia also has helped with the J-10 program, helping Beijing to develop a new J-10 engine to replace the current one ? a Chinese copy of the CFM-56 jet engine developed jointly by General Electric and the French company Snecma. The J-10 was under development in secret for years but its deployment was only acknowledged by Beijing in January 2007. It is considered a fourth-generation fighter-bomber comparable to the U.S. F-16. The defense officials' comments followed a report in Jane's Defence Weekly stating that the J-10 is a close copy of the Lavi jet, and that Chinese developers had access to a Lavi prototype in Chengdu, where the J-10 was designed and built. Documents in Hebrew on the Israel Aircraft Industries jet also were observed by Russian engineers, the magazine stated. The Lavi was developed with $1.8 billion in U.S. aid to Israel. Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld in 2005 sharply restricted U.S. military technology sharing with Israel over concerns about Israeli-Chinese military cooperation. The Israeli-Chinese J-10 cooperation involved "decades"-long exchanges between Russian, Israeli and Chinese aircraft developers, the magazine stated, quoting Russians involved in the program. The cooperation included extensive design and performance modeling, wind-tunnel testing and advanced aerodynamic design input. Richard Fisher, a specialist on China's military with the International Assessment and Strategy Center, said the J-10-Lavi cooperation "confirms the need for continued American vigilance to prevent military technology sales to China from Israel or any other ally." "This is now a tragedy for the people of Israel and the United States, given the high chances that China will sell the J-10 to Iran," he said, adding that Israel should fully disclose the extent of military cooperation with China, "a country that aids the enemies of Israel, and threatens America and many of its allies." An Israeli Embassy spokesman said he is checking the report. A Chinese Embassy spokesman could not be reached. Chinese and Israeli officials in the past have denied any links between the J-10 and the Lavi.

Friday, March 2, 2012

Chengdu J-10 in Paf colors

Chengdu J-10 in Paf colors.
In late-February 2006, the President of Pakistan, Pervez Musharraf, toured the J-10 and JF-17 production facilities during which the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) was offered the J-10,[18] and the purchase of 36 J-10s was approved on 12 April 2006. The J-10s would be modified to Pakistani requirements, and would equip PAF squadrons quantity around 150 to 200 from 2014–2015 and be known as the FC-20.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

JF-17 NG v1.1

This is what Nabil_05 from Defence.pk had to say about Jf-17 NG.

  • Just a reminder on my part, a few days ago i replied to Salman about the ideology behind JFT was inspiration from the f-16 and Gripen and that at the moment it is compared to Gripen C, D version which in itself an achievement for China and Pakistan. The next block will be most likely on par with Gripen NG. Interesting to see similar revelations made by Munir on pakdef after visiting FIA......

    "The radar follow up... We will keep this block as it is. Just like the engines and other parts. It is not going to be upgraded towards later versions cause it is a lot cheaper to just make a whole new body then refitting an older one. So probably we will never hear about MLU-ing JF17. But the next radar is already being tested and we will move to the next block towards AESA. That is for sure cause it will get also small changes to become lower observable then this edition. The media talks about stealthier but that is a but unrealistic. JF17 will not have internal bay nor does it have the body to achieve extreme results.

    3rd block sure but I agree with GAF. Block II is called JF17 NG. "

JF-17 NG v1.0

JF17 NG.             


JF-17 Swept back Flanker wing Mod

JF-17 Swept back Flanker wing Mod.

Jf-17 Design Influenced from MiG-21 and Sukhoi ?

Did someone say Jf-17 Design was Influenced from MiG-21 and Sukhoi aircraft ?


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