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Two pilots killed as Pakistan Air Force jet crashes during training operation

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Two pilots killed as Pakistan Air Force jet crashes during training operation

Two pilots killed as Pakistan Air Force jet crashes during training operation

Two pilots were killed after a Pakistan Air Force jet crashed during a routine training operation in Mianwali on January 7.

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Two pilots killed as Pakistan Air Force jet crashes during training operation

Two pilots were killed after a Pakistan Air Force jet crashed during a routine training operation in Mianwali on January 7.




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