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Since the beginning of 2023, two AH-1F Cobras are mounted outside the Pak Army Museum in Rawalpindi.
Unfortunately, both wear the same fictitious serial number "786-404", but they look cool anyway 8-)
Pic I found on Fb:
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Since the beginning of 2023, two AH-1F Cobras are mounted outside the Pak Army Museum in Rawalpindi.
Unfortunately, both wear the same fictitious serial number "786-404", but they look cool anyway 8-)
Pic I found on Fb:View attachment 936895
The snake was initially procured to kill T-72s but its three-barreled M197 20 mm cannon proved its worth against terrorists with usual help from Hydras and TOWs.
 
The snake was initially procured to kill T-72s but its three-barreled M197 20 mm cannon proved its worth against terrorists with usual help from Hydras and TOWs.
Also obsolete and most well past their useful airframe life… its a testament to their maintenance crews that they get airborne at all. The Jordanian ones have a bit more life in them.
 
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A special mission Mi-17VM of the Pakistan Army departing from an operational airbase.

The specific aircraft is equipped with high-frequency jammers and can also be used as an Airborne Command Post (ACP).

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Does anyone know what happened to the Zulu Cobras? I know it all got cancelled, but did they find the airframes other users, did we get any funds back that we paid?
 

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