- Category: The India-Pakistan War 1965
- Last Updated: Sunday, 06 September 2015 04:18
- Written by Air Marshal S Raghavendran
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In war, much often hangs on a knife-edge. As this piece by Air Marshal Raghavendran shows, this was especially true of the famous PAF raid on Pathankot. It may have been down to the cautiousness of one man in a key position, that this single most successful raid ever mounted by the PAF against India did not run into a CAP flown by the top guns of the lead Gnat squadron of the time .