Short Film on MM Alam PAF’s Pilot The Man Who Break The Bone Of Indian Army

a real hero who could keep each pakistani’s head high for generations is no greater with us: air commodore (r) m. m. alam, sitara-i-jurat ‘bar’, the legendary fighter pilot has passed away.

pakistan air force is much smaller in length compared to the military, but it has been very fortunate to proportionally produce extra mythical figures than its sister offerings. mr alam changed into absolutely one of the nice pakistan air pressure has produced.

he made a international report in much less than a minute, i.e., he shot down five indian fighter plane in fifty five seconds, consequently becoming an ‘ace’ pilot in the 1965 struggle against india in the shortest viable time.

this unique feat turned into neither done by using american fighter pilots in korea or vietnam or within the middle east nor by any european or american fighter pilots throughout international conflict ii in spite of their lengthy engagements.

the ones fifty five seconds within the murky climate of september 1965 unleashed an exceptional fury into the veins of indian air force whose spine was definitely beaten by using this finest fighter pilot of the contemporary jet war technology and, usual, one of the first-rate within the history of fighter flying.

i commend the existing chief of air body of workers who visited him on occasion at some stage in mr alam’s illness and hung out with him no matter his busy time table.

mr alam could be remembered for all time.

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