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I have mixed feelings - I may be a tad jealous. I do not like the JF-17. However, I am happy to see aircraft being exported out of Asia. Congrats Pakistan and China!
 

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Cry India cry.....

BD has a higher GDP than Pak (according to the Indian analysts’ at WB, IMF etc. based on the BD Hindus’ producing distorted data), but has only 8 front line fighters purchased in 1999....

According to the Hindutva, Pak should emulate BD!! Bastards....
 

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PAF hands over three JF-17 Thunder jets to Nigeria
Naveed SiddiquiPublished May 21, 2021 - Updated about 10 hours ago
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A JF-17 Thunder aircraft on display at Nigerian Air Force base Makudri.  — Photo provided by author

A JF-17 Thunder aircraft on display at Nigerian Air Force base Makudri. — Photo provided by author



The Pakistan Aeronautical Complex Kamra formally handed over three JF-17 Thunder aircraft to the Nigerian Air Force during a ceremony held at Nigerian Air Force base Makudri to mark the 57th anniversary of the Nigerian Air Force on Friday, a Pakistan Air Force (PAF) press release said.
Nigerian Defence Minister Major General (Rtd) Bashir Magashi was the guest of honour at the ceremony, representing the Nigerian president, whereas the PAF vice chief of the air staff, Air Marshal Syed Noman Ali, was invited to attend the ceremony as the special guest of the Nigerian Air Force.
Addressing the ceremony, Magashi expressed his gratitude to Pakistan and the PAF for sustained bilateral cooperation and partnership for enhancing the Nigerian Air Force’s capabilities to meet Nigeria’s security challenges.
Referring to the new induction, he said, “We are happy and excited on the addition of JF-17 fighter aircraft from Pakistan.”


 

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DAWN comment by ZAK, he writes good.


Zak
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@ghani K, Nigeria 's initiative brings JF -17 in the limelight. Hope this jet fighter attracts other buyers especially from Islamic countries. 9 Countries have purchased it including 7 Muslim Countries.
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Zak
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Soon J 17 will be the main fighter aircraft of most 3rd world countries as it is lethal, excellent performance, effective and economical.
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Zak
about 11 hours ago
J 17 is tried and tested in real fight situation where it knocked out a Mig 21 and Su 30. Excellent selling point.
 

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PAF hands over three JF-17 Thunder jets to Nigeria
Naveed SiddiquiPublished May 21, 2021 - Updated about 10 hours ago
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A JF-17 Thunder aircraft on display at Nigerian Air Force base Makudri.  — Photo provided by author

A JF-17 Thunder aircraft on display at Nigerian Air Force base Makudri. — Photo provided by author



The Pakistan Aeronautical Complex Kamra formally handed over three JF-17 Thunder aircraft to the Nigerian Air Force during a ceremony held at Nigerian Air Force base Makudri to mark the 57th anniversary of the Nigerian Air Force on Friday, a Pakistan Air Force (PAF) press release said.
Nigerian Defence Minister Major General (Rtd) Bashir Magashi was the guest of honour at the ceremony, representing the Nigerian president, whereas the PAF vice chief of the air staff, Air Marshal Syed Noman Ali, was invited to attend the ceremony as the special guest of the Nigerian Air Force.
Addressing the ceremony, Magashi expressed his gratitude to Pakistan and the PAF for sustained bilateral cooperation and partnership for enhancing the Nigerian Air Force’s capabilities to meet Nigeria’s security challenges.
Referring to the new induction, he said, “We are happy and excited on the addition of JF-17 fighter aircraft from Pakistan.”


Why JF-17B specifications in front of single-seat fighter.
 

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