They could have danced and drooled all they can, but doing so in uniform (ok well, the uniform isnt even the issue) and covering the airbase and the class/ops rooms shouldnt have been done. Partying and playing it cool is all guud but monkeying around as if they were a mob or some college guys is not part of our military discipline.I agree.. we got British and Americans doing "YMCA" .. playing pranks on their sleeping mates etc.
I cant comment on the video as it was removed before I could see it.
I agree a lot of things are not a secret anymore due to your satellites and other airborne surveillance devices and planes. But if the video contained like the posters say flight lines or the close up of any ops charts, flight roasters and the like you rather not want anyone else to see then there is a problem.
I think the problem here was not the dancing but the place. I can only speculate because I missed the video. I must assure you that like yourself Pak Armed forces also chill out and dance on different occasions both organised and informal even on the front..
Whatever happens their ACR is all red. These guys should have been mindful what the camera was capturing.
BTW, i loved the part at the end, a guy all geared up like a pilot with his suit and respirator drives a 'caycal' (the Soharab one) and the other guys salutes him off