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Pakistan Air Force

Last modified: 2000-06-10 by jonathan dixon
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Fin Flash

[PAF Fin Flash] by Dov Gutterman based on Zeljko Heimer image

PAF uses a green square outlined in yellow/gold with the crescent and star.
Dov Gutterman, 11 Oct 1999

The roundel and flash did have a yellow border when Pakistan became independent, but it hasn't been used since the late 1950's/early 1960's. Like many Air Forces, the aircraft (especially combat aircraft are usually in subdued shades of green, grey, etc., and the bright outlines go away quickly.
Hugh Calibani, 14 Apr 2000

According to other sources, Pakistan uses both fin flashes side by side (usually yellow bordered for non-combat planes).
Dov Gutterman, 14 Apr 2000

The fin flash given for the Pakistan Air Force was changed in 1998, I believe, and the planes have since carried the national flag on their tails
Arfan Hashmi, 08 Mar 2000

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