“It’s A Suicide Mission, Sir!”: Indian Air Force Squadron Disbanded Due to Refusal By Pilots To Get Airborne

Note: This article is based on leaked classified document on the investigation about the No. 51 Squadron of Indian Air Force & its performance against Pakistan Air Force on 27th February 2019 during Operation Swift Retort. Pakistan Strategic Forum has...

Captain Hameed Ullah Khan Sumbal Shaheed: The Lion of Mianwali

If nation is a body, then it's heart would be its soldiers, just as the heart pumps the blood throughout the body, similarly the soldiers pump their blood into the nation to keep it healthy, prosperous, and alive. There...

Remembering Vital Role Played by “Silent Service” in 1965 Pakistan-India War

The 1965 war is remembered as the days when hero’s rose, displaying acts of courage and valor by successfully defending the homeland from Indian aggression. It was a time when all Tri Forces of Pakistan armed forces stood together...

Pakistan Navy: From Dwarka to Gwadar

“Pakistan must be prepared for all eventualities and dangers. The weak and the defenceless, in this imperfect world, invite aggression from others. The best way in which we can serve the cause of peace is by removing temptation from...

Battle of Chawinda & Heroics of 25th Cavalry

Battle of Chawinda fought between the armies of Pakistan and India is considered one of the largest tank battles in history since battle of Kursk in 2nd world war. Strength of both armies Indian side made a strike force comprised of...

1965 Pakistan-India War: Three AAAs that saved Pakistan – ALLAH, Artillery, and the Air Force

1965 war witnessed the rattling of two air-forces ratioed 1:5 means every single fighter aircraft of Pakistan Air Force was had 5 opponents to fight against. No other option was there other than to defend the homeland from the...

1965 War: Battle of Batapur

56 years ago, on this day India crossed the international border, unannounced and attacked Lahore. Credit goes to the Pakistan Army who not only repulsed the Indian attack but successfully defended Lahore. The entire nation in general and Laborites...

Major Raja Aziz Bhatti Shaheed

Raja Aziz Bhatti was born in Hong Kong on August 06, 1928, in a Rajput family, his family belongs to a small village located 110 Miles of Gujrat. Aziz Bhatti completed his early education from Queen’s College Hong Kong. In...

Operation Brasstacks

Type: Major Indian Combined Arms Military Exercise Target: Southern Pakistan Goal: Military Provocation leading to armed conflict Result: Pakistani Counter Deployment; Exercises halted; Standing down of Indian Forces. Date: 1986-1987 Operation Brasstacks was the brainchild of then Indian Army Chief General Krishnaswamy Sundarji who...

APS Attack: Most Brutal Day in History and Its Aftermath

Exactly six years ago from today. A brutal incident occurred in the history of mankind which unfolded the darkest hour of this century in its kind. It was the most inhuman crime commenced by few devil minds. It was a...

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Note: In this article, the author discusses the Kashmir dispute, the longest-standing unsolved international crisis & India's illegal occupation of...

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Note: In this article the author has discussed the grim fate of 210 million Muslims in neo fascist India. Fascism is an interpretation of the existence...

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Note: This article discusses the career & role of current Chief Of Army Staff (COAS) of Pakistan Army General Asim Munir in reshaping future...

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