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Tribute to legendary Air Marshal (R) Haseeb Paracha for his decades of meritorious service and for his leadership in the Operation Swift Retort 2019.

People like him and Imran Amin... And others of 80s and 90s.... Had they been in the cockpits during Swift Retort, would have ripped IAF apart....
People like him and Imran Amin... And others of 80s and 90s.... Had they been in the cockpits during Swift Retort, would have ripped IAF apart....
I mean, they trained for such a thing for their whole lives, fingers itching to put it in practice.... IAF was lucky it didn't have to face this onslaught...
 

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Tribute to legendary Air Marshal (R) Haseeb Paracha for his decades of meritorious service and for his leadership in the Operation Swift Retort 2019.

It was not just Haseeb Paracha, it was a strong department, that groomed this man, the team, provided them with better equipment, and who ultimately responded to Indian aggression.

That's the thinking we need.

Hazaron Haseeb Paracha aaingy or chalay jaingy, yeh Mulk or isky log baqi rahain.

Strong departments, not personalities.
 

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It was not just Haseeb Paracha, it was a strong department, that groomed this man, the team, provided them with better equipment, and who ultimately responded to Indian aggression.

That's the thinking we need.

Hazaron Haseeb Paracha aaingy or chalay jaingy, yeh Mulk or isky log baqi rahain.

Strong departments, not personalities.
Going by your logic, we should then stop praising the likes of M M Alam, Rafiqui, Younis, Sajad and Nur Khan.
 

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Only weak and lazy people/nations look for heroes. For others, every situation is almost expected, as they think and plan, and they prepare a large number of people for it. When people stop thinking and planning, only then some other people have to do either miracle or see their country drowning.

Stop glorifying these people, who prevented us from drowning, a fate that we deserved.
Oh really, then going by your narrative, heroes are just creation of weak, brave nations don't have such a thing.....well shame on the lazy and weak America then for creating and praising the likes of George Washington, George Patton, Nimitz or Chuck Yeagar......someone should inform the State department to log on to PDF to get their act and history corrected. :rolleyes:
 

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Only weak and lazy people/nations look for heroes. For others, every situation is almost expected, as they think and plan, and they prepare a large number of people for it. When people stop thinking and planning, only then some other people have to do either miracle or see their country drowning.

Stop glorifying these people, who prevented us from drowning, a fate that we deserved.
That's a stupid statement.

Why can't you do both?
 

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It's not about condemning the glorification. It's the side effects of the background thinking that makes people search for heroes, while not doing anything for the nation.
I hate the heroes, as these people postponed our eventual destination (the utther destruction).
Than why praising Quid e Azam/ Alama Iqbal and our Islamic heroes like Umar RA/ Hamza RA/khalid bin walid RA etc etc, the nation that's would not remember their heroes they doomed
 

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