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PAF Exercise High Mark 2010 was seeing the rapid operationalisation of the locally-made JF-17 Thunder aircraft and was regularly being employed by the Blue Force to engage the Redland surface mock targets with high degree of accuracy. [Picture courtesy: Directorate of Media Affair, PAF]
JF-17 Thunder leading a formation of Pakistan Air Force fighter aircraft during Fire Power Demonstration 2010 at PAF Thal Air Firing range on April 6, 2010. [Picture courtesy: Directorate of Media Affair, PAF]
JF-17 Thunder, equipped with centre-line fuel tank leads each type of fighter aircraft flown by the Pakistan Air Force - F-16A, F-7PG, F-7P, Mirage and A-5 during Fire Power Demonstration 2010 at PAF Thal Air firing range on April 6, 2010. [Picture courtesy: Alan Warnes]
     
Pakistan Air Force Exercise High Mark 2010 to test its professional skills and capabilities at PAF Thal Air firing range on April 6, 2010. JF-17 Thunder for the first time participated in the exercise, in addition to F-16s and other fighter planes. [Picture courtesy: Alan Warnes]
With his 2000lb (907kg) bomb mounted on the centreline hard-point of JF-17 Thunder (serial# 07-104), Wing Commander Khalid, OC of No. 26 'Black Spiders' squadron gets ready to initiate afterburner and head to the target during Exercise High Mark 2010. [Picture courtesy: Alan Warnes]
Squadron Leader Nauman in the furthest JF-17 Thunder (first, serial# 08-108) leads a formation of four JF-17s during Exercise High Mark 2010. Flying alongside him is Squadron Leader Hussain shaheed (second, serial# 08-107), Squadron Leader Azkaar (third, serial# 08-106) and Wing Commander Khalid (nearest, serial# 07-104). [Picture courtesy: Alan Warnes]
     

Four JF-17 Thunders from No. 26 'Black Spiders' squadron head towards Thal Bombing Range were tasked to engage some Hardened Aircraft Shelters (HAS) and strengthened targets. Two JF-17s were armed with two Mk 82 500lb (227kg) bombs, while the other pair were each loaded with one Mk 84 2,000lb (908kg) one on the centre-line station. Each aircraft pulled up individually to 5,000ft (1,525m) to acquire the target before rolling in for the attack. [Picture courtesy: Alan Warnes]

JF-17 Thunder in a dive bombing attack mission during Exercise High Mark 2010. Air-to-surface attack sequence of JF-17 Thunder aircraft against a mock targets were engaged with precise accuracy at PAF Thal Air Firing range on April 6, 2010. A variety of air-to-surface weapons were being delivered by the JF-17 Thunder fighter on March 29, 2010. [Picture courtesy: Directorate of Media Affair, PAF]
 
 
     
 
 
 
 
 
 
     
 
 
 
 
 
 
     
 
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