India to keenly watch PAF's `coming of age'

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  1. Washington
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    This is a good topic, but it doesn't relate. Sorry I had to delete it. If you wish, you can start another thread.
     
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    This is indeed the largest excersize held in PAF history, following this excersize we will see massive change in the PAF's fleet, armament inventory, etc. Lets just hope that all goes according to plan, and there are no casualties during this month.
     
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    Well, during these large exercises, it is natural for errors and even loss of human life. However, it is better that it happens in training/practice than in war.
     
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    No it is not natural because when you look at each specific picture of an accident, it was preventable.
     
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    Well, even though it could be preventable, it still happens. And humans do tend to make mistakes. My point is that it is better to mess up right now because it can be corrected in the future than mess up during a time of war.
     
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    The entire point of this excersize is to prevent mess ups, and PAF is responsible enough to make sure nothing goes wrong in this excersize, because if it does, it will cause massive problems and we can't do something like this in the future. The officer in charge of the excersize said it himself, PAF can't afford even one crash. Also note, observers from U.S, Turkey, France, Saudi Arabia, and UAE are here, if this goes well (Inshallah), the PAF will be taking part in more NATO and Peninsula Guard air excersizes.
     
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