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A fighter aircraft  JF-17 of the Pakistan Air Force has reportedly crashed in Punjab while it was returning to the airbase after completing its training mission. Aircraft had earlier took off from the PAF Minhas Airbase ( More commonly know as  Kamra Airbase) at 10.30 am.
The fighter pilot of the JF-17 Thunder was able to able eject from the aircraft but his parachute didn't open which resulted in his death. 
Pakistan Air Force has confirmed that pilot flying the aircraft was Squadron Leader Muhammad Hussain. The fighter aircraft has crashed near the Mulla Mansoor’s mountainous area of Hazro in Attock district of Punjab province.

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  1. Very sad news for the family of the fighter pilot, Pakistan Air force and Fans of the JF-17 Thunder

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  2. It was not a JF-17, it was a two-seat FT-7.

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  3. It was not a JF-17, it was a two-seat FT-7.

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  4. I hope so Friend,

    But

    AFM's Alan Warnes has said in his tweet, "Sad news. JF-17 crashed in Pakistan and Sqn Ldr Hussain has been martyed. He was in the formation of 4 I flew with last year. Not surprisingly the Pak AF personnel here at dubai are taking it hard. Sqn Ldr Hussain was a JF-17 pioneer and a good guy."

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  5. Crash Picture has been uploaded

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  6. http://pakmr.blogspot.com/2011/11/crash-site-images-confirming-jf-17.html

    CRASH SITE IMAGES CONFIRMING JF-17 THUNDER CRASH


    Read more: http://pakmr.blogspot.com/2011/11/crash-site-images-confirming-jf-17.html#ixzz1diFCA0te

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