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Pakistan - Former Rank Flags of the Air Force

Last modified: 2004-07-24 by rob raeside
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The images below are based on the British Air Force rank flags, as shown in Flags of All Nations (HMSO 1958).
Miles Li, 2 February 2004

Marshal of the Pakistan Air Force

[Marshall of the Pakistan Air Force] by Miles Li

Air Chief Marshal

[Air Chief Marshal, Pakistan Air Force] by Miles Li

Air Marshal

[Air Marshal, Pakistan Air Force] by Miles Li

Air Vice Marshal

[Air Vice Marshal, Pakistan Air Force] by Miles Li

Air Commodore

[Air Commodore, Pakistan Air Force] by Miles Li

Group Captain

[Group Captain, Pakistan Air Force] by Miles Li

Wing Commander

[Wing Commander, Pakistan Air Force] by Miles Li

Squadron Leader

[Squadron Leader, Pakistan Air Force] by Miles Li

Armoured Cars Commander

[Armoured Cars Commander, Pakistan Air Force] by Miles Li

This was a legacy from the days of the Raj. During the early 20th Century, armoured cars were attached to British and Indian aviation forces. The cars and the aircraft worked in teams to police the vast areas of the Empire. After Pakistan became independent, its air force continued to maintain (for a while at least) its own armoured car fleet, and the commander of this unit had a distinctive flag, the likes of which were not found in other British and Commonwealth air forces.
Miles Li, 4 February 2004

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