This topic is regarding PAK Air-force that is having prblems in Default MTA Server that some players have said thatPAK Air-force is harrasing and using bad languages to other players well then it is not true. Mafia players had a tough competition with PAK Air-force because it had deep roots and since mafia was established on 2010 so they were also surprised about rapid growth of PAK Air-force so they used PAK Air-force players names to make the fame of clan bad in server as we had promised that we won't use abusive language with other players so this is a rumor to other regarding u.sarmy plaese notify that those are not PAK Air-force players they only come during 1400-2000 hrs
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With just this one Motto we have been successful in attracting many players and building a good player base and become one of the most competitive Clan out there. Another reason for our success goes to the fact that we keep adapting ourselves to the changing mindset of our players. We thrive to provide them the best we have to offer.
And at last, but not the least we would like to thank you for Joining our Clan as it is you who makes us.
In 1933, British colonial government
of India established the subcontinent’s first Air Force station
near Drigh Road, now called PAF Base Faisal. In 1934, this element of
the Royal Indian Air Force (RIAF) was extended to the north for operations
in NWFP. The RIAF had also contributed to the defeat of Japanese invasion
during World War II.
In 1947, the British left sub-continent after dividing
it into two sovereign states of India and Pakistan. Pakistan Air Force
(PAF) was born immediately afterwards. Distribution of military assets
between the new states was to follow. However, India with an inherent
resentment towards the creation of Pakistan tried to subvert our capabilities
by crippling Pakistan militarily. It denied the then Royal Pakistan Air
Force (RPAF) even the officially agreed small portions of weapons, equipment
and aircraft allocated by departing British as its legitimate share. Much
of what was eventually received from India was inoperable. Crates of equipment
contained nothing but scrap and waste. The RPAF got 16 fighter aircraft
as its foundation. It started off with one squadron of eight Tempest aircraft
and a small remnant of No 1 Squadron Royal Indian Air Force (RIAF) which
was subsequently utilized to raise No 5 Squadron.
Within three weeks of independence, Indian
hegemonic designs sparked off the first war between Pakistan and India.
Pakistan’s young air arm was called upon to fly supply missions
with one of the two war weary Dakotas. Contending with the unpredictable
weather, the difficult terrain, and the enemy fighters was an uphill task.
The strength was replenished with two more Dakotas only as the skirmishes
resumed the following winters. In the narrow valleys of Kashmir, the stirring
tale of Flying Officer Mukhtar Dogar defiantly scissoring his lumbering
Dakota with pursuing RIAF Tempests taking pot-shots at him defined the
fighting doctrine of the PAF, defend Pakistan and learn to fight outnumbered.
Within the span of a year this young air force had completed 437 mercy
drops, delivering more than 500 tons of supplies and food.
Whilst these brave pioneers were documenting
the historic beginning of PAF, the force was faced with the enigma of
finding aircraft to fly. However, despite the lack of funds and market
places, PAF entered the jet age in August, 1951 with the induction of
British built Attackers. Until mid-1950s PAF’s fighter force comprised
nearly 100 Hawker Furies and a dwindling number of Tempests. Then, the
first air defence radar was installed and the PAF was rapidly setting
up its own advanced flying and technical training institutions. F-86 Sabers
and T-33 jet trainers were inducted in PAF as a result of the United States
From 1955 to1965, the Air Force armed its
squadrons with the most modern jet fighters and bombers, Sabers and F-104
Starfighters as fighters, B-57s as bombers and the ubiquitous C-130s as
transport fleet. The seven years of rigorous training with realistic threat
perception, planning and preparation had enabled PAF to inflict a humiliating
defeat on the enemy in 1965 when the mutual hostility of the rival neighbours
escalated into a war. PAF struck hard its rival and kept it reeling under
tactics of shock and unpredictability. Many victories came to PAF pilots
who exacted an even retribution on the enemy, leaving it in total disarray.
At the end of the war, India had lost 110 aircraft with 19 damaged, not
including those destroyed on the ground at night, against a loss of 16
PAF planes. Thus the outnumbered PAF emerged triumphant over a four times
larger force, its air defence controllers, engineers, logisticians and
hands just as much the heroes as its pilots.
The third war between the South Asian foes
began when, in December 1971, the Indian Army crossed into East Pakistan
and from the encircling air Bases ten squadrons of the IAF challenged
the PAF’s only squadron, No 14, located at Dhaka. The Tail Choppers
of 1965 rose heroically to meet the aggressors, and before their squadron
was grounded by a bombed out runway, they and their ack ack gunners had
destroyed 23 IAF aircraft. The PAF’s Mirages, B-57s, Sabers, F-6s
and a few F-104s spearheaded Pakistan’s retaliation from the west.
At war’s end IAF had lost 130 aircraft in all. The three-to-one
kill ratio that Pakistan scored, however, could not prevent the tragic
fall of Dhaka. The trauma of separation of East Pakistan and a preventable
military catastrophe affected all Pakistanis deeply and lingered long
afterwards. However a stoic recovery was brisk. PAF soon reorganised and
reequipped assimilating the new threat environment on the sub-continent.
During the Afghan war in the eighties, PAF
had to keep a constant vigil on its western border. Despite the fact that
PAF was not allowed