The Pakistan Air Force Directorate General of Public Relations On Sunday released a special promo honoring 1965 war hero Air Commodore Mohammad Mahmood Alam, commonly known as M.M. Alam (Late).
During the 1965 war, M.M. Alam accomplished the remarkable achievement of downing five Indian Air Force jets in one minute, setting a record that has yet to be broken, according to a Pakistan Air Force (PAF) news release.
On September 7, 1965, the renowned PAF pilot crashed down five Indian fighter jets in his F-86 Sabre jet plane, receiving an “Ace in a Day.”
During an 11-day period, he achieved a total of nine confirmed kills and two probable. For his remarkable achievement in the 1965 war, the war hero was awarded the renowned ‘Sitara-e-Jurat’ with BAR.