In 1951, Air Vice Marshal Sir Richard Atcherley then Commander-in- Chief Royal Pakistan Air Force (C-in-C RPAF) suggested the Prime Minister of Pakistan Mr Liaquat Ali Khan and the Defence Minister Iskander Mirza that a "feeder school" be established to provide flight cadets for training at PAF Academy (then PAF College), Risalpur.The site selected for the project in Sargodha was known as "Dhup Sarhi" meaning "Sun Burnt". The project took off in December 1952 as the British contract staff including Principal and eight teachers flew from London in a K L M Charter plane. The app has been launched for the Alumni of PAF College Sargodha to keep you in touch with the activities of PAF College Sargodha and Sargodhian. The app also lets you to connect with your college mates.
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