ISLAMABAD – PAF will celebrate “Operation Swift Retort” anniversary. PAF will celebrate “Operation Swift Retort” anniversary While the Indian Air Force retaliated against its violation. Autonomous Region on February 27, 2019.
Surprise Day celebrations will be held at PAF headquarters and will be telecast live on all media channels. Operation Swift Retort Balakot was a swift response to the Indian Air Force strike that closed Pakistan’s airspace, damaging only a few trees and wild crows.
In response, the PAF carried out air strikes at six different locations in Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJK) and involved its counterpart in dogfighting, the first since 1971 when the two rivals The forces attacked each other in the area.
The PAF shot down two Indian fighter jets, the MiG-21 and the Su-30, where the pilot’s former pilot wing commander, Abi Nandan Worthman, was evacuated from the safe haven and the Line of Control (LoC) Pakistani He was captured by the Pak army after falling in the area.
The Wing Commander of the Indian Air Force was severely beaten by a mob of locals where he was rescued by Pakistan Army troops and later handed over to India as a sign of peace.
The PAF Shaheens proved their ingenuity and dominance in the domain of air warfare and made the proud Indian Air Force realize the consequences of its courage to enter Pakistan’s airspace.