The pamphlets also carry telephone numbers of officials to whom the residents can contact them if they see such aerial vehicles.
According to an official, the exercise will keep people on alert given that militants are adopting novel ways.
This comes days after the IAF pasted posters on the boundary wall of the airbase bearing a shoot-on-sight warning for anyone trying to enter without authorisation.
Security personnel installing a barrier on the way to the Indian Air Force base. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta
Five terrorists and seven Indian army personnel were killed in a gun battle at the Pathankot airbase.