Islamabad, 8 August: The Pakistan Air Force must prepare for a “two-front” situation because of its involvement in anti-terror operations and its historic adversarial role with India, its chief said.
“We are now faced with a definite two-front scenario: external as well as internal,” Air Chief Marshal Tahir Rafiq Butt said.
“While we have always prepared for the ominous external threat, the new predicament did take us a while to speed with,” he said, referring to PAF’s “adversarial role” with India and its recent involvement in anti-terror activity.
“Airpower can achieve much in short time if employed with understanding,” Marshal Butt said. pti