Islamabad: The Pakistan Air Force (PAF) will conduct its biggest exercise in the third week of this month. It will cover the entire country from Skardu in the north to Arabian Sea in the south and will last 45 days.
Quoting sources, Dawn reported that Exercise High Mark-2010 will "be different from all previous exercises because it would also feature operations involving Army and Navy personnel".
The recently-inducted squadron of JF-17 Thunder aircraft that has been jointly developed and built with China, as also all other fighter jets in the PAF inventory will participate in the war games.
The sources said all new inductions, including the Swedish airborne early warning and control planes and mid-air refueller aircraft, will take part in High Mark-2010.