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Join Pakistan Air Force (PAF) as pilot ad from 1973.

The PAF aircraft in this ad is F-86E Sabre.

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Lockheed F-104A Starfighter in 1971 ad.

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Dassault Mirage IIIEP in 1976 ad.

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It is really amazing to see the monthly salaries for the pilots of old times, and today these few thousand rupees are not even enough for daily expense.

thanks Abbas for sharing these memorable ads of PAF :thumbs_up:
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Thank you for posting these. I remember some of the TV ads from the 80s (they were few and far between but really were a delight).

I didn't in realize that in 1973 when we had the Mirage and F-6s (F6 had been in since 1966) , we were still brandishing the Sabre which by then was more than 20 years old.