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The first batch of Two series production JF-17 Thunder aircraft, jointly developed by Pakistan and China arrived on March 2, 2007 in a Russian Antonov An-124 aircraft. [Picture courtesy: Directorate of Media Affair, PAF]
JF-17 Thunder aircraft from first batch of Two series production being off loaded from a Russian Antonov An-124 aircraft on March 2, 2007. [Picture courtesy: Chinese Military Aviation]
ACM Tanvir Mahmood Ahmed, center in cap, inspects the cockpit of JF-17 Thunder on the arrival ceremony of JF-17 Thunder aircraft at Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Kamra on March 12, 2007. [Picture courtesy: Directorate of Media Affair, PAF]
     
The arrival ceremony of Two JF-17 Thunder aircraft, jointly developed by Pakistan and China was held at Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Kamra on March 12, 2007. The ceremony which was attended by senior ranking officers of Pakistan Air Force and visiting Chinese delegation. [Picture courtesy: Directorate of Media Affair, PAF]
Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Tanvir Mahmood Ahmed addresses the participants on the arrival ceremony of JF-17 Thunder aircraft at Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Kamra on March 12, 2007. The serial number for the JF-17 seen in this photo is 07-101. [Picture courtesy: Directorate of Media Affair, PAF]
It was a proud moment, not just for the PAF, but also the Pakistani nation, when, on March 21, 2007, the first two JF-17s were formally inaugurated into service by the then President Pervez Musharraf. The aircraft had arrived a few weeks earlier, in readiness for the Pakistan Day Parade on March 23. [Picture courtesy: Directorate of Media Affair, PAF]
     

ACM Tanvir Mahmood Ahmed addressing the welcome ceremony at Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Kamra on March 21, 2007. The first two JF-17s were formally inaugurated into service. [Picture courtesy: Directorate of Media Affair, PAF]

ACM Tanvir Mahmood Ahmed stands alongside the President, while JF-17 Project Manager, AVM Farhat Hussain Khan (left) and JF-17 Tactics and Evaluation Unit OC, Wg Cdr Ahsan Rafiq, look on, with other members of the Chinese team on March 21, 2007. [Picture courtesy: Directorate of Media Affair, PAF]
JF-17 Thunder aircraft (serial# 07-101) with specially marked sporting the colours of the flags of Pakistan and China from first batch of Two series production at Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Kamra on March 21, 2007. [Picture courtesy: Directorate of Media Affair, PAF]
     
JF-17 Thunder, jointly developed by Pakistan and China on the arrival ceremony at Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Kamra on March 21, 2007. [Picture courtesy: Associated Press of Pakistan]
The arrival ceremony of the JF-17s Thunder fighter aircraft, jointly developed by Pakistan and China was held at Pakistan Aeronautical Complex Kamra on March 21, 2007. [Picture courtesy: Directorate of Media Affair, PAF]
On March 21, 2007, President Pervez Musharraf praised China for providing valuable support for the production of JF-17 Thunder aircraft, which according to him, would add to the value of the air forces of the two countries. [Picture courtesy: Directorate of Media Affair, PAF]
     
On March 21, 2007, Chinese Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing has expressed satisfaction on the induction of two JF-17 Thunder aircraft in Pakistan Air Force. [Picture courtesy: Directorate of Media Affair, PAF]
On March 21, 2007, the arrival ceremony of JF-17s was held at PAC, Kamra in which ACM Tanvir Mahmood Ahmed was the Chief Guest. The ceremony was attended by senior ranking officers of PAF and visiting Chinese delegation. [Picture courtesy: Directorate of Media Affair, PAF]
On March 21, 2007, President Pervez Musharraf said that arrival of two JF-17 Thunder aircraft was an historic moment. [Picture courtesy: Directorate of Media Affair, PAF]
     
 
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