Mushaf Ali Mir (5 March 1947 – 20 February 2003) was an influential statesman and a four-star air officer, who was the sixteenth chief of air staff of Pakistan Air Force (PAF), serving from 20 November 2000 until his accidental death in a plane crash on 20 February 2003.

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  • Mushaf Ali Mir (5 March 1947 – 20 February 2003) was an influential statesman and a four-star air officer, who was the sixteenth chief of air staff of Pakistan Air Force (PAF), serving from 20 November 2000 until his accidental death in a plane crash on 20 February 2003. A combatant pilot and air operations strategist, Mir commanded the strategic aerial combat missions during the civil war in Afghanistan, and also commanded PAF forces during the 2001 Indo-Pakistan standoff. On 20 November 2000, he was promoted to four-star rank and appointed Chief of Air Staff by his close friend and comrade, General Pervez Musharraf. His appointment was cut short when a former PAF Fokker F-27 on which he was a passenger crashed near Kohat, Pakistan. He was succeeded by Air Chief Marshal Kaleem Saadat. (en)
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  • 16th Chief of Air Staff
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  • Air Chief Marshal Mushaf Ali Mir wearing his Mess dress, PAF.
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  • مصحف علی میر
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  • Pakistani Air Forca air marshal (en)
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  • Mushaf Ali Mir (5 March 1947 – 20 February 2003) was an influential statesman and a four-star air officer, who was the sixteenth chief of air staff of Pakistan Air Force (PAF), serving from 20 November 2000 until his accidental death in a plane crash on 20 February 2003. (en)
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