Lahore: Air Chief Marshal Tahir Rafique Butt, Chief of Air the Staff, Pakistan Air Force was among 33 Air Chiefs who participated in the International Air Chiefs Conference held in Dubai today. The Air Chief was among the few privileged speakers, to address the selected audience from around the globe.
Air Chief presented his personal vision on the integration of this new concept and its far reaching implications on the employment of air power. While dwelling upon the topic, Air Chief shared the PAF experience of networking usefulness during current operations against miscreants. He also stressed that Pakistan has offered great sacrifices for the peace and prosperity of the World.
His visit coincides with Pakistan’s Pride JF-17 Thunder’s second appearance at the bi-yearly International Dubai Air Show. Being a technologically driven air force, the Pakistan Air Force keeps pace with the requirements and emerging trends of modern warfare. Networking in modern warfare is a force multiplier. Air Chief also referred Dubai Air Show event as good opportunity for JF-17 marketing and exposure to the World. He highlighted the JF-17 features as it offers cutting edge technologies at affordable cost.
During the conference, the Air Chief also met with chiefs of other air forces and leading dignitaries to discuss professional matters. The Air Chief will be visiting the Dubai Air Show, which starts tomorrow.