1963 - Hawker Fury aircraft retired from PAF service.
1963 March 1 - Lockheed C-130B "Hercules" aircraft inducted.
1963 April 19 - Warrant Officer Jansher Khan becomes the World Junior Squash Champion.
1964 - RB-57 bomber aircraft retired from PAF service.
1964 October 27 - 4 B-57s perform first ever formation aerobatics by bombers.
1965 March 1 - College of Aeronautical Engineering (CAE) inaugurated.
1965 April 1 - First PAF Model School starts functioning at Mauripur.
1965 July 23 - Air Marshal M. Nur Khan assumes command of the PAF as Chief of the Air Staff.
1965 September 1 - Squadron Leader Sarfraz Rafiqui and Flight Lieutenant Imtiaz Bhatti shoot down 4 IAF Vampires with no loss.
1965 September 6 - No.19 Squadron carry out devastating strike at Pathankot Air Base in India.
1965 September 7 - No.14 Squadron carry out spectacular strike at Kalaikunda Air Base in India.
1965 September 7 - Squadron Leader M.M. Alam shoots down 5 Indian Hunters in one sortie in his F-86 Sabre, thereby creating a world record.
1965 September 12 - PAF C-130 attacks and destroys Kathua Bridge in India with 18,000 lbs. of bombs.
1965 October 27 - 7 September declared as Pakistan Air Force Day.
1965 December 30 - Chinese F-6 (modified Mig-19) aircraft inducted.
1966 - Harvard and Freighter aircrafts retired from PAF service.
1966 - IL-28 (B-56) bomber aircraft inducted.
1966 February 7 - PAF Women's Association (PAFWA) inaugurated.
1966 April 1 - PAF Public schools raised to Intermediate level.
1966 April 9 - Academic qualification for flight cadets raised to Intermediate level.
1966 May 11 - College of Aeronautical Engineering (CAE) shifted to PAF College, Risalpur.
1966 January 25 - Risalewala and Bhagtanwala commissioned.
1966 July 20 - Malir established.
1966 October 1 - PAF Airfield at Shorkot renamed Rafiqui Airfield in memory of Squadron Leader Sarfraz Rafiqui.
1967 January 21 - President Ayub Khan elevates PAF College, Risalpur to Academy status.
1968 - Viscount aircraft retired from PAF service.
- Mirage 5 aircraft inducted.
1968 May 24 - Mauripur renamed PAF Station Masroor in memory of Air Commodore Masroor Hosain.
1968 September 7 - National Standard presented to the PAF by the President of Pakistan.
1969 - IL-28 (B-56) retired from PAF service.
1969 January 6 - PAF Station Jacobabad commissioned.
1969 February 11 - PAF Station Murid commissioned.
1969 March 14 - First F-6 Formation Aerobatics by No.25 Squadron witnessed by Marshal Grechko of USSR.
1969 May 20 - PAF Station Talhar commissioned.
1969 September 1 - Air Marshal A. Rahim Khan becomes Chief of the Air Staff.
1970 January 18 - PAF Station Sukker commissioned.
1970 March 18 - King Hussein of Jordan witnesses air display at Sargodha.
1970 July 1 - PAF Stations re-titled as 'PAF Bases'.
1970 October 27 - Mianwali raised to PAF Base.
1971 January 15 - PAF Base Chander commissioned.
1971 Febraury 26 - Cadet Saeed Ahmed wins the "Battle of Britain Aerobatics Trophy" at RAF College Cranwell.
1971 August 22
- Pilot Officer Rashid Minhas (Shaheed) awarded Nishan-i-Haider (posthumous),
Pakistan's highest military decoration after downing his own plane a few
minutes after being hijacked by a PAF Instructor working for Indian military
intelligence with the intention of taking him and the plane to India. It
is later revealed that India wanted to humiliate
1972 - F-104 aircraft retired from PAF service.
1972 March 3 - Air Marshal Zafar Chaudhry takes over as Chief of the Air Staff.
1972 August 14 - First formation acrobatics display by 4 T-37s at Risalpur.
1972 December 9 - President of the United Arab Emirates witnesses fire power demonstration at Jamrud firing range.
1973 - Beechcraft Falcon aircraft inducted for VIP flight.
1973 July 7 - PAF Base Multan commissioned.
1973 August 1 - PAF College Sargodha elevated to degree college.
1973 November 9 - PAF Base Nawabshah commissioned.
1973 December 24 - First PAF Haj contingent leaves by C-130.
1974 - MFI-17 "Mushak" trainer aircraft inducted and later manufactured under license from Sweden at Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC), Kamra.
1974 February 27 - Libya's ruler Muammar Qaddafi witnesses fire power demonstration at Jamrud.
1974 April 16 - Air Marshal Zulfiqar Ali Khan becomes the first graduate of PAF Academy, Risalpur to take over as Chief of the Air Staff.
1975 March 31 - PAF Base Kalabagh established.
1975 April 28 - Chinese FT-5 (modified Mig-15) trainer aircraft inducted.
1975 July 15 - Air Defence Command (ADC) established.
1975 November 10 - Aircraft Manufacturing Factory (AMF) inaugurated at Kamra.
1976 May 5 - Combat Commanders' School (CCS) established at Sargodha.
1977 September 19 - Shaheen Foundation established.
1977 December 26 - Drigh Road Air Base re-named 'Faisal Air Base' in honour of King Faisal II of Saudi Arabia.
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