Khalilah Camacho Ali, dowager of three-time world heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali went by PAF’s Asghar Khan Academy on Sunday.
As indicated by a PAF proclamation, she communicated with officers and cadets amid her visit to the Flying Training Wing of the renowned foundation.
Being an excited pilot with 830 flying hours shockingly, she flew a preparation mission in the Super Mushshak airplane. Conversing with the flying cadets and flying teachers, Camacho Ali valued the polished methodology of the flying educators and the preparation guidelines at the foundation.
She offered her thanks to Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman for welcoming her to visit the PAF foundation, and giving her the chance to fly in a PAF air ship. “It was like a dream come true to visit this esteemed institution,” she said.
She was additionally the guest of respect the final of Women Squash Tournament held at Mushaf Squash Complex, Islamabad. Camacho Ali praised endeavors of Pakistan Squash Federation in giving world-class squash offices to young ladies.
The 74-year-old games legend, Muhammad Ali, who had been doing combating Parkinson’s sickness for a considerable length of time, passed away in June 2016.