PAF Pilots in Utah

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Unread post13 Feb 2004, 13:12

Hello guys,

Got a small question but difficult (I think) question!

Does any Viper driver currently based/located in Utah aknows what the PAF F-16 pilots and engineers are doing there? (training for what block and how many numbers)

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Unread post13 Feb 2004, 16:41

The ALC (Air Logistic Center or Command) for the F-16 is based at Hill AFB in Utah. They might be there to learn about logistics, maintenance, etc. Just a guess, I don't have any firsthand knowledge of PAF presence in Utah. Luke AFB in Arizona, not Hill, is the F-16 "pilot training" base.
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Unread post14 Feb 2004, 20:11

"P"? Pakis? Poles? Portugese? There's so many to choose from!
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Unread post15 Feb 2004, 21:04

  • PAF = Pakistan - Pakistan Fiza'ya
  • POAF = Portugal - Força Aérea Portuguesa
  • POLAF = Poland - Wojska Lotnicze I Obrony Powietrznej
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Unread post20 Feb 2004, 21:44

Please confirm which "P" Also consider not telling us unless the local paper has already published something to the effect. Don't want to goof any possible OPSEC. Just my 2 cents. :wink:
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Unread post21 Feb 2004, 00:07

There are many different Air Forces represented at Hill AFB Ut in a Liason capacity. They are usually here on a work assignment for a specified period of time (1,2 or 3 years etc). Perhaps this is what he was refering to.

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