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A Daring Air Rescue near Dhaka
Size: 2ft x 3ft Oil   Date: 4-Dec-71
Artwork Located:
National Defence College

Description:
Flight Lieutenant Sajjad Noor being rescued after ejecting from his disabled F-86 during the last dog-fight of No 14 Squadron over Dhaka. Noor had parachuted down across the river Buri Ganga, close to an Indian Army unit that was advancing toward Dhaka. An Alouette helicopter was immediately airborne and the downed pilot was picked up in a daring rescue - in which Helicopter Pilots PAF ground combatteres exchanged fire with the enemy troops that were trying to capture Noor.

The Pilots

Squadron Leader Sultan Khan
Flight Lieutenant Hamid Masood
On board Guards Airmen of the GC Wing, Dhaka



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