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The 1971 war was a corollary to the 1965 war and the Kargil conflict followed in the same vein.
There is more in my story as it traverses through Pakistan's misfortunes soon after the death of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Au Jinnah. It begins with my encounter with the father of the nation, his unceremonious death followed by the murder of his legacy of unity. The 1971 war was a corollary to the 1965 war and the Kargil conflict followed in the same vein. Shallow personal interests were projected as national interests by dictators. All these wars and conflicts proved to be catastrophic for the economy and security of Pakistan.
The 1971 war was a corollary to the 1965 war and the Kargil conflict followed in the same vein. Were these conflicts avoidable? If not, why were they not planned and directed with professional dexterity?
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Flight of the Falcon: Demolishing Myths of Indo Pak Wars 1965-1971.
On 7 September 1965, in air-to-air combat during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965, Muhammad Mahmood Alam of the Pakistan . Haider, Sajad S. (2009). ISBN 978-81-7002-038-7. Stenman, Kari (2001).
On 7 September 1965, in air-to-air combat during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965, Muhammad Mahmood Alam of the Pakistan Air Force claimed to have shot down five Indian Air Force (IAF) Hawker Hunter fighters in less than a minute, with four being claimed to have been downed in 30 seconds. This makes him the only jet fighter. Flight of the Falcon- Demolishing Myths of Indo Pak Wars 1965-1971. Vanguard Books Pvt Ltd. ISBN 978-969-402-526-1. Hess, William . Boyce, Ward J. (1996). American Fighter Aces Album.
Flight of the Falcon: Story of a Fighter Pilot. But when Haiders autobiography, Flight of the Falcon, sets out to demolish the myths of the Indo-Pak wars of 1965 and 1971, several other fine illusions become collateral damage in the process. By S Sajad Haider Vanguard Books; Pp 422. Sajad Haiders name made headlines, both in war and peace. The former remains his legacy, faithfully revisited every September. The latter became a fleeting moment in history, which no one talks about. His legendary exploits during battle notwithstanding, Haiders fall from grace was swift. A recurring role in controversies (domestic and international) plagued his professional career.
Flight of the Falcon' - OUT NOW. Demolishing myths of 1965 and 1971 Wars
Flight of the Falcon' - OUT NOW. Demolishing myths of 1965 and 1971 Wars. Flight of the Falcon Story of a Fighter Pilot. I spent the better part of the last ten years working on a dream that sometimes lead me to tipping points where only my resilience and resolve to fulfill my duty of sharing the truth about history. Pakistan has drifted far from the path originally chosen by the great Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah; a man who devoted his life and his legacy to the liberation of those persecuted people of the sub-continent who deserved the power to control their own destiny.
Flight of the Falcon. My only intent in this candid, if brutal synopsis of these two Indo-Pak Wars (1965 and 1971) was to help the present generation of commanders to avoid the same pitfalls of yore. No lessons were brought out then or at any other time.
Flight of the Falcon- Demolishing Myths of Indo Pak Wars 1965-1971. 30 Seconds Over Sargodha – The Making of a Myth: 1965 Indo-Pak Air War, Chapter 5 Archived 7 February 2010 at the Wayback Machine, Bharat Rakshak. Lahore, Pakistan: Vanguard Books Pvt Ltd. p. 69. ISBN 9789694025261. a b c "Knowing MM Alam". Pakistan's Sabre Ace by Jon Guttman, Aviation History, Sept 1998. Singh, Pushpindar (1991).
The writer is a retired air commodore and author of the bestseller Flight of the Falcon: Demolishing Myths of 1965-1971 Senseless Wars. Pak Army soldiers are the real Heroes of the world. we never forget the 11 days of 1965 war. Salaam to all martyrs of 1965 War. Pakistan Long Live!
The writer is a retired air commodore and author of the bestseller Flight of the Falcon: Demolishing Myths of 1965-1971 Senseless Wars. Published in Dawn, Sunday Magazine, September 6th, 2015. Pakistan Long Live!