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The national-level synergy can be better attained by including Air-Mindedness in all leading personalities of the country by reaching out to the strategic community and illustrating the importance of Airpower in the realization of strategic objectives. The proposed workshop would endeavor to develop requisite strategic culture, which would enable leaders to measure the cost of aerospace technologies, not by its unit cost, but through the effect it has on an opponent. Considering the role of PAF in National Security, the Pakistani strategic community needs to be indoctrinated on the role of Air/Aerospace Power and its potentials in leveraging the matters pertaining to comprehensive National Security.

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