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4 Squadron Patch

4 Squadron Patch

The original squadron crest of No. 4 Army Aviation Squadron from 1970's era. The Mi-8's were retired from service in the late 80's. The squadron currently flies Mi-17's.

The word "Gallant" was added after the 1971 war to indicate the "awe-inspiring" performance of this squadron's pilots during the 1971 war in then East Pakistan.

No. 4 Squadron has the distinct honor of being the only serving unit in East Pakistan not to have surrendered on Dec. 16, 1971. The squadron flew Alouette 3's and Mi-8's in East Pakistan.

The crest was originally conceived by Col. LA Bokhari and the example shown was finalized by Maj. MK Sagheer
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