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      Posted: 08 Sep 2014 at 1:40 AM
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Thank you for sharing all the information and pictures Noureen and Nayyara :D

Amazig work! <3

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HAPPY DEFENCE DAY TO ALL YHE PAKISTANIS


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Allah inn sab ki hifazat kare (Ameen)
 
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Thank you for sharing all the information and pictures Noureen and Nayyara :D

Amazig work! <3

I know I'm late but still,


HAPPY DEFENCE DAY TO ALL YHE PAKISTANIS


Iss Sar Zameen ke Jawan APNI zindigiyon ki parwa kiye bughair Humari hifazat kar rahe hain :'D

Allah inn sab ki hifazat kare (Ameen)
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Thanks for sharing all the stuff Noureen :) 
 
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Thanks for sharing all the stuff Noureen :) 
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7 Sep Pakistan Air Froce day










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tribute to worlds bestest AIR FORCE on Airforce day....


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Our Khaki Tigers hunt at front of enemy,
White Leopards are in blood freezing mountains,
Our Eagles measures the height of sky,
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Our Sailors know where is depth of Black See

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Time Lead us and our mothers praying us,
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Proud that we are the sons of mother land
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.People called it defenseN we called it life.
HAPPY DEFENSE DAY (September 6, 2014)


LONG LIVE PAKISTANI DEFENCE FORCES <3 LONG LIVE pAKISTAN....<3
 
 

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Defense Day or Pakistan's Memorial Day!

The 6th of September is a golden chapter in the history of Pakistan, when Pakistan, its military and people stood united in 1965 in defense of Pakistan. Later in 1971, taking advantage of the civil war in East Pakistan, attacked and dismembered Pakistan in a humiliating defeat. In the first war the nation was united in the second war it was fighting with itself.

"Why is it, one may ask, that we still celebrate this day as the Defense of Pakistan Day when during the passage of 35 years since, we had another war thrust on us by India, with disastrous results and dismemberment of the country. In many ways people strongly feel that it is now more important to recall and remember the 6th of September as it was our 'finest hour' to borrow a famous Churchillian phrase. The 6th of September is important to us as a nation because the Indo-Pakistan war that followed was fought by Pakistan as a nation united in its determination and resolve to halt and beat back Indian multi-dimensional attacks against Pakistan," as Lt. Gen. (Retd) Sardar F. S. Lodi states in The Nation newspaper, on Sept. 6, 2000.

While a number of decisions made by the Army High Command during the four wars fought by the country have been the subject of controversy, what has remained unquestioned is the valour displayed by thousands of jawans and young officers in all these conflicts.

The following selection of thought-provoking articles and analyses would further enrich our discussion, lessons, and memories on this year's Defense Day, which we suggest should be renamed as memorial day:

Dual Deterrence: Pakistan's Strategic Bonus
The imposition of sanctions by the US and Japan, and the looming threat to our already fragile economy is indeed a blessing without disguise. Pakistan's historic decision to explode six nuclear warheads on 28th and 30th May 1998 in response to India's megalomanic power display by detonating five nuclear devices on 11th and 13th May 1998, are essentially courageous acts of strategic defiance.

Revealed: Official history of 1965 war
Thirty-six years ago on September 6, the Indian Army crossed the Wagah border at 4 a.m. and moved towards Lahore. This attack touched off the second Indo-Pakistan war. The Times of India has acquired a copy of the official history of the 1965 war, finalised by the defence ministry in 1992 after years of research, but suppressed ever since. Contemporary accounts, generated by a jingoistic press, saw the war as a spectacular victory on almost every front. But the truth -- which cannot be hidden despite the best efforts of the official historians -- is that the war was, in the words of one its most distinguished commanders, Lt. Gen. Harbakhsh Singh, "a catalogue of lost victories".

Towards Self-reliance in Armaments
July 20th 2001 was an important and significant day in the history of Pakistan's defence effort when the first batch of 15 Al-Khalid main battle tanks after lengthy factory and user trials were handed over to the Pakistan Army at a simple and dignified ceremony at Taxila. The tanks were issued to the 31st Cavalry Regiment of Pakistan's Armoured Corps. An amount of $20 million was spent on the indigenous development of Al-Khalid main battle tank, spread over a period of eight years. This shows the low development costs of the tank. As a comparison it must be noted that our neighbour India has invested over $500 million on its Arjun tank which is still not in production. Al-Khalid is an ideal blend of mobility, firepower and protection and its high agility and obstacle crossing capability. The final product is the outcome of dedication and selfless devotion to duty displayed by the Chairman and his team of officers both in uniform and mufti. The nation is proud of their achievements and hold them in high esteem.

The Legacy of Pakistan Air Force [PAF]
On 13 April 1948, the Father of the Nation, while addressing a small band of enthusiastic airmen at the fledging nation's Air Force Flying School, delivered the following historic message: "A country without a strong Airforce is at the mercy of any aggressor; Pakistan must build up her Airforce as quickly as possible. It must be an efficient airforce, second to none." Exactly forty nine years later, Air Marshall (Retd) Asghar Khan who spoke as the Chief Guest at the Golden Jubilee Parade of the PAF Academy, Risalpur, said: "It goes to the credit of the Pakistan Airforce that it took the Quaid's words with a heroic spirit, and has since lived up to its expectations. The PAF is known today, as it was then, for its discipline and professional competence. It has acquired itself with credit in both the wars in which it was called upon to participate. Remember the present conditions require you not only to be 'second to none' as the Quaid commanded you..."   

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Originally posted by noureen




  
 
TO THOSE YOU GAVE THEIR TODAY FOR OUR BETTER TOMORROW!
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Ye Nafrat Buri Hai, Na Paalo Isay
Dilo Main Khalish Hai ,Nikalo Isay
Na Tera ,Na Mera ,Na Iska , Na Uska
Ye Sab Ka Watan Hai,Bacha Lo Isay

Hum To Mit Jain Gay Aae Arz-e-Watan,
Laikin Tumko ………………
Zinda Rehna hai qayamat ki sehar honay tak,

Happy Defence day :)



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happy defence day to all Pakistani aadeez
salam Pak army,air force & navy











 
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Originally posted by noureen

  
''The days when countless young men in uniform wrote blood warming, pulse racing tales of valor and mad bravery and obsessive devotion and love for the motherland and nation.'' 

Salaam hai un sab per  

''When countless young men laid down their lives for their land, making the enemy sure that this young nation may be poor on resources but is fully able and mature to defend its boundaries. ''

Exactly! We may be poor on resources, lekin himmatein jawan aur hosle buland hain!

Thank You so much Noureen for sharing that tremendously informative article, reminding us of our Brave Sons n Brothers  
I didn't know about the ones who are mentioned after MAJOR RAJA AZIZ BHATTI (Shaheed), but thanks to you, I got to know about those brave tigers too :)
You've seriously done a praise worthy job in keeping the forums alive! =)
And again, much thanks for sharing this brilliant piece of writing about our golden past  

Reading such articles makes me so very proud of the land I belong to, the land that defines me, and having such patriotic country-fellows. No matter what, NOTHING in the world can beat or supersede the patriotism of the Pakistani nation. The unmatched bravery and valour displayed by our lions in 1965 is way beyond our abilities to praise! It truly makes one feel so proud to be a Pakistani. Un sab ne prove kar dia ke koi Pakistan ki taraf maili ankh se nahi dekh sakta! Such heights of Gallantary and Bravery! 
           
I SALUTE THEM ALL
Itna fakhr mehsoos hota hai 1965 ki stories dusron ko btate huye. Apne jismon per bomb band ker dushman ke tanks ke aagay jo let jaye, apni Arz-e-Pak ke difa ke liye, wo Pakistani qoum ke siwa koi aur nahi ho sakta :) 


 PAKISTAN ZINDABAD  


Kis Ki Himmat Hai Humari Parwaaz Mein Laye Kami
Hum Parwazon Se Nahi Hoslon Se Ura Karte Hain!

I'd request you all to please recite Surah Fate'ah for them at least once. May their souls rest in peace, and may they be granted the highest statuses in Jannat-ul-Firdous! (AMEEN)

P.S: Mujhe Green Aadeez ki kami mehsoos ho rahi hai in this topic right now :|

 

Edited by NAYYARA - 06 Sep 2014 at 3:10 AM
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Flt Lt Yunus Hussain Shaheed, Sitara-e-Jurat

Flight Lieutenant Yunus Hussain fought in air battles aggressively, fearlessly and with great professional skill. During one such engagement he fought singly against 6 enemy aircraft and shot down 2 Hunters. Though his own aircraft was damaged in this encounter, he managed to bring it back to base safely. On 6 September, while attacking Halwara airfield, his small formation was intercepted by a large number of enemy and, although his aircraft was hit, he refused to break off the engagement, in complete disregard of personal safety, and was reported missing from this mission. He became a symbol of courage and professional ability for other pilots. For his gallantry, valour, professional skill and devotion to duty he is awarded Sitara-i-Jurat.

Squadron Leader (Now Air Cdr. retd.) M. M. Alam, Sitara-e-Jurat (Bar)


On 6th September, 1965, during an aerial combat over enemy territory, Squadron Leader Mohammad Mahmood Alam flying as pilot of an F-86 Sabre Jet, shoot down two enemy Hunter aircraft and damaged three others. For the exceptional flying skill and valor displayed by Squadron Leader Mohammad Mahmood Alam in operations, he was awarded Sitara-i-Juraat. On 7th September, 1965, in a number of interception missions flown by Squadron Leader Mohammad Mahmood Alam against the enemy aircraft attacking Pakistan Air Force Station, Sargodha, Squadron Leader Alam destroyed five more enemy Hunter aircrafts. In less than a minute , which remains a record till today. Overall he had nine kills and two damagers to his credit. For the exceptional flying skill and valour shown by him in pressing home his attacks in aerial combats with the enemy, Squadron Leader Mohammad Mahmood Alam is awarded a bar to his Sitara-i-Juraat.  

Brigadier Ahsan Rashid Shami Hilal-i-Jurat


Brig Shami was close to retirement in 1965 when the country called upon him. He was the Commander Artillery for one of the divisions focused in the Lahore sector. during the early days of the war while on inspection of the vast areas under his command he was moving in his command jeep with a few other senior officers, he wanted to take exact not of the situation and be aware of how far in his forces were into the Indian area. during his observation tour they went a bit too close to the disgruntled enemy who took the golden opportunity and attacked the commander. the came under fire and Brig Shami was martyred by machine gun fire. He was burried beyoud the border and after the war his body was brough back to be burried on home ground. Foe his courgae to go into the enemy's mouth to grab imp info whic proved useful for his junior and senior commanders he wa awarded the HJ.

i'm also reminded of a few other heroes that i've heard of, while countless remain unknown.

Major Shabbir Sharif who was awarded the Nishan-i-Haider on martyrdom in the 1971 war near Sulemanki headworks was a Lieutenant in the 1965 war and was at he Wahgah area with his unit, the 6FF. One day during the war he he went forward into enemy area with just one soldier and saw an indian truck with an artillery gun standing behind it and thed river alking around nearby. he went up to him, there as little light so the Indian didnt see the uniform color. Shabbir in his usual style commanded the driver to attach the gun to the truck, the driver obeyed without hesitation, shabbir realized he had taken him for an Indian officer, so sat in the truck with him and told him to drive towards home ground, the driver said in Punjabi "o tey mussaley aan", and shabbir smiled and said "bas, oder hi jaanna aye, aapan wi mussaley aan!", by now the driver's hands had been tied by the soldier accompanying Shabbir. this way Shabbir captured a gun, a truck and an Indian soldier on own initiative without nay loss and was awarded Sitara-e-Jurat in the 1965 war, which was only months after he had passed ot from PMA, where he had won the sword of honor.

Another hero who had only passed out from PMA recently in1965 was Lieutenant Pervez Musharraf of the Artillery. He was initially stationed at Wahgah but his regiment was later moved to the Sialkot area and then to Cahwinda where he also took part in the great tank battle. He performed the highly risely and dangerous tasks of and artillery formations OP, which is the observer who stands at a vulnerable position in the enemy's sight and fire range and directs fire. he was also injured slightly and won commendations.

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Squadron Leader Sarfaraz Ahmed Rafiqui Shaheed, Sitara-e-Jurat,Hilal-i-Jurat


On 6 September, 1965, Squadron Leader Sarfaraz Ahmad Rafiqui led a formation of 3 F-86 aircraft on a strike against Halwara airfield. The formation was intercepted by about 10 Hunter aircraft out of which Squadron Leader Rafiqui accounted for one in the first few seconds. But then his guns jammed due to a defect and stopped firing. However, Rafiqui refused to leave the battle area which he would have been perfectly justified to do; instead he ordered his No. 2 to take over as leader and continue the engagement while he tried to give the formation as much protection as was possible with an unarmed aircraft. This called on the part of Squadron Leader Rafiqui. The end for him was never in doubt but he chose to disregard it and, in the process, his aircraft was shot down and he was killed but not before enabling his formation to shoot down 3 more Hunter aircraft. Rafiqui�s conduct was clearly beyond the call of duty and conformed to the highest traditions of leadership and bravery in battle against overwhelming odds. For this and his earlier exploits, he is awarded Hilal-i-Jurat and Sitara-i-Jurat.  
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Major Raja Aziz Bhatti Shaheed, Nishan-i-Haider
 
Born 1928 in Hong Kong. Commissioned into the Punjab Regiment, 1950. On 6 September 1965, as Company Commander in the Burki area of the Lahore sector, Major Bhatti chose to move with his forward platoon under incessant artillery and tank attacks for five days and nights in the defence of the strategic BRB canal. Throughout, undaunted by constant fire from enemy shell arms, tanks and artillery, he organized the defence of the canal, directing his men to answer the fire until he was hit by an enemy tank shell which killed him on 10 September 1965. He was 37 years old.
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Defence Day,6 September 1965

On the 6th of September in 1965 our country which was but 18 yrs old found itself face to face with an extremely chalenging situation when war broke out with India. for the people of the country it was a huge shock, they werent exactly expecting this, atleast not by 6 Sep 65. Whether it really was the surprise attack as we have heard and read or not is another issue and we arent discussing that strategic history now, this thread is meant to refresh the memories of those 17 days, the days when perhaps for the first and so far last time the nation was actually ONE! the days when countless young men in uniform wrote blood warming, pulse racing tales of valor and mad bravery and obsessive devotion and love for the motherland and nation. when countless young men laid down their lives for their land, making the enemy sure that this young nation may be poor on resources but is fully able and mature to defend its boundaries thanks to the brave breed of Pakistani warriors. during these days pakistan found out what great potential our armed forces had, the whole world found out. and it was amazing. ghazis, shaheeds are worshiped in our culture and even almost anyone in a military uniform. why? because these men we all know are ready to lay their lives for us anytime. they are ready to sacrifice their limbs and body parts for this land.
the War took place in the light of tensions and occasional battles in the Runn of Kuchh desert in Sindh area which was apparently wrapped up by early 1965 but right after that tensions erupted in the ever contentious, ever turbulent Kashmir areas. Both countries were in dialogue over the tense situation and both armed forces were almost ready for all out war. But still the whole world including leaders in both countries were against it and in-spite of fierce battles in various areas throughout the border particularly in Kashmir, ruled out all out war. but all out war nevertheless broke out!
At the time it seemed the country and countrymen were taken by surprise and the Indian army had been expecting a walk through in Lahore area, but it wasn't exactly so. the public indeed was surprised but the forces, not quite. inside sources confirm they were prepared but there were certain irregularities leaving loops in serious strategic planning at higher level. that remains beyond the scope of this thread. People confirm that in can't areas all houses had trenches dug out a month in advance, that means there was preparation.
Indian army had to face very strong resistance in the Lahore area during the firs few hours and today it seems if they had managed to cross over that day, the outcome of the war may have been much diff. So huge credit goes to the regiments, units, and above all men who were deployed in the Lahore areas of wahgah, Burki etc. among them all one name stands above the rest, that of Major Raja Aziz Bhatti Shaheed, whose supernatural skills and devotion played a huge role in the outcome of the Lahore battles. he was martyred directing artillery fire. even if he hadn't been martyred he would have definitely received the Hilal-e-Jurat or Sitara-e-Jurat (bar).
throughout the country, during the ar lasted extraordinary tales of heroism were written. a great tank battle; the biggest after WWII was fought at Chawinda in Sialkot sector. the Navy took an offensive and silenced the Indian navy by an attack on their port at Dwarka. The PAF was exceptionally prompt and of exemplary help to the ground forces.
there was cease fire on 23 Sep,but our nation had had quite an experience by then. civilians were readyto head to borders armed with sticks and knives. would shout slogans to our aircraft chasing IAF planes.
The air was full of radio waves carrying patriotic tunes in Noor jehan's voice which prompted every soldier to fight harder.
there were a lot of heroes, most recognized, many unsung, we remember them always and particular in Sept, marking the defense day. they died so we may live, if it hadn't been for them, we may not have been here.
i would wish if i could pay tribute to each and every shaheed and ghazi here, but thats not possible. a few famous faces from the 1965 war whom we salute to symbolize our love for those men in uniform, along with their tales, are being posted here. I'd request everyone to post here names and tales, personal, heard from a friend, of a relative, acquainatnce, pictures memories etc whatever, to freshen up the blood drops of those brave men. thats what this thread is all about.
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its time to celebrate 6th sep defence day




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   Happy independance day Aadee 
Luv uh aadee and sara :-) 
Forever Aadeez :-)
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   Happy Independence Day everyone :) :)
Jai Hind!!!  :) :) 
Proud to be an Indian :)
Happy Birthday My Star      
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Thank you so much Ayushi
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