The Pakistan Air Force (PAF) Directorate General Public Relations on Friday released a short documentary highlighting the courage and bravery of valiant PAF heroes that showcased details of the air battle fought on September 02, 1965. The two minutes and 34 seconds documentary prologue began by narrating, “September 1965 bears a unique status in the history of our motherland when PAF proved its mettle as an invincible force in the war against India despite its limited resources.” It said that the PAF being on high alert inflicted heavy damage on India and that’s why on September 2nd the Indian Air Force (IAF) did not dare to intrude in Pakistan’s airspace. The then Indian Prime Minister confirmed those damages in these words: “Yesterday on September 1 PAF destroyed four IAF aircraft.” On September 2nd, four F-86 PAF aircraft flew from Sargodha at 5:30am led by Squadron Leader Muhammad Mahmood Alam famously MM Alam. The documentary unfolded the battle scenes mentioning that the aircraft during sunrise targeted the main defence point of India namely the Chamb and Jourian Sectors and incurred huge damages to the Indian ground forces. “Right after this formation, three more PAF aircraft reached the area for the same purpose. A military convoy of medium size Indian tanks was proceeding from Akhnoor towards Jourian. The formation of Squadron Leader Alam and Flight Lieutenant Younus Hussain launched a full-fledged attack on the Indian forces on ground .” The PAF falcons remained for 30 minutes on the target and destroyed four Indian tanks and 20 vehicles successfully. On September 2nd amid an expected Indian ground attack from Northern Sector, No. 17 Squadron’s 10 Sabre aircraft were sent from Maripur to Sargoda under the leadership of Squadron Leader Waqar Azeem. During the War of September 1965, four fighter squadrons along with two small units were deployed at the Sargodha base. So that the enemy was confronted in the coming days with full capacity and unity. After bearing the loss of four aircraft on September 1st the IAF decided to ground its Vampire and Ouragan against the PAF Sabre aircraft. However, due to the courage and chivalry of the PAF Falcons 35%, IAF fighter fleet remained ground in the remaining war.