More proof of Balakot air strike! IAF hit five of six targets at Jaish-e-Mohammad terror training facility in Pakistan


IAF hit five of six designated targets in Balakot on February 26! Details of the secret mission were revealed during review of the February 26 air strike conducted by IAF which has addressed doubts cast over air strike at Jaish-e-Mohammad terror training complex in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Indian Air Force (IAF)’s aircraft hit five of six designated mean point of impact (DMPI), according to an Indian Express report. The review reveals details of IAF’s preparedness, efficiency and proficiency of pilots, weapon accuracy. However, the review also acknowledged that there was a scope for better feedback mechanism and weapon for target-matching, the India Express report says.

Big achievement of IAF: The Balakot air strike was a massive boost for IAF’s offensive skills as IAF achieved the target when Pakistan Air Force (PAF) was fully prepared.  Read More

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