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Author: HangPC2       Show all posts   Read mode

Post time 9-11-2009 05:15 PM | Show all posts
MFI-17 Mushshak adalah pesawat latihan (versi berlesen Saab Safari) yg dihasilkan Pakistan Aeronautic Corp (PAC).

Digunakan oleh PAF, Arab Saudi (20), Iran (25), Oman (8) & Syria (6). Ditingkat upaya kpd Super Mushshak.

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Post time 9-11-2009 05:28 PM | Show all posts
Pakistan turut mengguna kapal selam Agosta 70, iaitu PNS/M Hashmat & PNS/M Hurmat pd awal 1980an.

Memandangkan kemahiran mengoperasikan kapal selam ini semakin meningkat, Pakistan Navy telah menempah versi terkini Agosta 90B PNS/M Khalid pd awal 2000 drp Perancis, dgn 2 lagi versi Agosta 90B (versi Pakistan dikenali sbg Khalid-class) dibina sepenuhnya oleh Pakistan di limbungan Pakistan iaitu PNS/M Saad & PNS/M Hamza.

Nama kapal2 selam kelas Khalid (Agosta 90B) merujuk kpd panglima Islam tersohor iaitu Khalid Al-Walid, Saad Ibn Waqqas & Hamzah Abd Muttalib.



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Post time 9-11-2009 05:35 PM | Show all posts
Kapal selam mini Cosmos class MG110 telah dibina dgn berlesen oleh Karachi Shipyard & digunapakai oleh Pakistan Navy.



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 Author| Post time 9-11-2009 05:36 PM | Show all posts
KRL Anza MANPADS



Anza (English: Lance) is a series of shoulder-fired, man-portable surface-to-air missiles produced by Pakistan. Guided by an infra-red homing seeker, Anza is used for low level air defence.

Anza is produced by Kahuta Research Laboratories (KRL), being one of the facility's main conventional weapons projects. Development was originally undertaken to eliminate dependence on importing expensive foreign systems.Various versions of the Anza are currently in service with the Pakistan Army,with the Mk-III version being the most recent.The Anza is also offered for export, Malaysia being its only known export customer after receiving 100 Anza Mk-I in 2002 and, later, a further 500 Anza Mk-II systems.


KRL Anza MK-I

* Anza Mk-I - The first MANPADS produced by Pakistan for use by the Pakistan Army. Development is believed to have been assisted by China and the design is similar to the HN-5B MANPADS.Approximately 1000 Anza Mk-I were produced between 1989-1998.








KRL Anza MK-II

* Anza Mk-II - A third generation MANPADS,believed to be based on the Chinese QW-1 MANPADS.Uses a dual-band, cross-scan infra-red homing seeker to counter decoy flares.Also believed to use American missile technology.Approximately 850 Anza Mk-II were produced between 1994-2004.







KRL Anza MK-III

* Anza Mk-III - Believed to be based on the Chinese QW-2 MANPADS,modifications made to meet Pakistan Army requirements include a new firing unit similar to the Russian 9K38 Igla MANPADS.All-aspect attack capability and improved ECCM capability. The minimum altitude of 10 m gives capability to attack very low flying helicopters and cruise missiles. Also has a vehicle-mounted launcher variant.



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Post time 9-11-2009 05:39 PM | Show all posts
Karachi Shipyard turut membina kapal serang laju (M) Jalalat II, versi rekaan tempatan. Dianggarkan 2 telah berkhidmat dlm Pakistan Navy & yg ketiga dlm pembinaan.



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Post time 9-11-2009 05:42 PM | Show all posts
Karachi Shipyard turut serta membina kapal peronda kelas Larkana, pd awal 1990an. Dipercayai rekabentuk Larkana memberi inspirasi kpd rekaan kapal serang laju (M) Jalalat II.

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Post time 9-11-2009 05:51 PM | Show all posts
Post Last Edit by robotech at 9-11-2009 17:55

Berdasarkan prototaip & blueprint MBT Type 90-II yg telah direject oleh PLA Army (China PRC) & Pakistan Army, maka Pakistan mula membeli rekabtk Type 90-IIM & direkabentuk menerusi reverse engineering oleh anak tempatan.

Maka terhasillah MBT Al-Khalid. Dijangka lbh 600 MBT Al-Khalid akan dibina oleh Heavy Taxila Industries. Kini pihak Arab Saudi sedang membuat ujian penilaian ke atas MBT Al-Khalid utk kegunaan tentera daratnya.



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 Author| Post time 9-11-2009 05:54 PM | Show all posts
Karachi Shipyard & Engineering Works Limited (KSEW)




http://www.karachishipyard.com.pk/


Karachi Shipyard & Engineering Works Limited ( KSEW ) is the only Heavy Engineering establishment of the country that is catering for its Ship Building, Ship Repairing and Heavy/General Engineering requirements. It has played a historical role in transferring of technologies and broadening the industrial base of the country. KSEW is the only shipyard in Pakistan and has two dry docks of 18,000 Tons Dead Weight (TDW) and 26,000 TDW capacity respectively. It has the capability for building large vessels including Cargo Ships, Oil Carriers, Bulk Carriers and Warships, and Marine Craft including Tugs, Barges, Ferries, Fishing Trawlers, Dredgers and Special Crafts. Furthermore, KSEW has the facilities to produce a wide range of heavy engineering products including Heavy Steel Structures, Pressure Vessels, LPG Storage Tanks, Industrial Boilers, Overhead and Portal Cranes, complete Sugar and Cement Plants, etc.

The Prime Minister of Pakistan, chaired a meeting on Revitalization of Karachi Shipyard & Engineering Works Ltd. on 24 Dec 2004 in the Prime Ministers House, Islamabad. It was decided that Privatization Commission to undertake privatization of the KSEW on as is where is basis forthwith. The process to include strategic partnership with CSTC China or any one else interested in this option. The process to be completed within six months. It was also decided that Pakistan Navy Task Force to commence preparatory work concurrently for partial merger with PN (keeping commercial window open) and Liquidation of the Rest (Option 2), if Privatization Commission is unable to privatise / ensure strategic partnership of the shipyard.







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Post time 9-11-2009 06:06 PM | Show all posts
MBT Al-Zarrar telah dibina berdsarkan program tingkat upaya MBT Type 59 (versi China PRC drp T-55 Rusia) milik Pakistan Army. Memandangkan versi tingkat upaya Type 59 agak menyeluruh dgn lbh 50 modifikasi yg menghasilkan 3 versi prototaip yg berlainan, Taxila Heavy Industry secara amnya telah merekabtk sebuah MBT baru tanpa sengaja!

MBT Al-Zarrar kini telah dibina secara mass-production, malah proses tingkat upaya Type 59 ke tahap Al-Zarrar adalah secara amnya pembinaan semula ke MBT baru!

Kini Bangladesh yg turut menggunapakai MBT Type 59 bakal meningkat upaya 300 MBT Type 59 ke tahap MBT Al-Zarrar dgn kerjasama Pakistan.



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Post time 10-11-2009 08:59 PM | Show all posts
iirgjf,yi kjo6kt,lhkhoy khnohkhy yktl ypt; ;ym,y;ypyl lyl oy kym k yikokk lymy yk :@
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 Author| Post time 11-11-2009 01:53 PM | Show all posts
Pakistan in Chinese fighter jet deal


By Farhan Bokhari in Islamabad


Published: November 10 2009 08:16 | Last updated: November 10 2009 09:57


China has agreed to sell Pakistan at least 36 advanced fighter jets in a landmark deal worth as much as $1.4bn, according to Pakistani and western officials.

Beijing will supply two squadrons of the J-10 fighter jet in a preliminary agreement that could lead to more sales to Pakistan in the future, said a Pakistani official.

EDITORS CHOICE
Analysis: Pakistan needs a new world view - Nov-02

The official said Pakistan might buy larger numbers of the multi-role aircraft in the future, but dismissed reports that Pakistan had inked a deal to buy as many as 150 of the fighter jets.

Defence experts described the agreement with China as a landmark event in Pakistans defence relationship with the growing military power. Chinas transition from a manufacturer of low-fighters to more advanced jets comparable to some western models is seen as evidence of Beijings growing strategic clout in Asia.

This agreement should not simply be seen in the narrow context of Pakistans relations with China, said Abdul Qayyum, a retired Pakistani general.

There is a wider dimension. By sharing its advanced technology with Pakistan, China is ... also saying to the world that its defence capability is growing rapidly.

China has supplied Pakistan with fighter jets for more than three decades. But Beijing has seldom supplied Pakistans air force with advanced fighter aircraft. Islamabad turned to France for Mirage fighter jets in the 1970s and to the US for F-16s in the 1980s.

Pakistan has a fleet of 45 F-16s, which are built by Lockheed Martin. The Pakistani air force is using the fighter jet in its campaign against militants in South Waziristan. The US has agreed to sell Islamabad another 18 new F-16s and about a dozen older versions of the aircraft.

Over the past decade, China and Pakistan have collaborated on building their first jointly produced advanced fighter jet, known as the JF-17, or Thunder. Pakistan is expected to roll out the first domestically built version of the Thunder within weeks.

Pakistans air force plans to purchase at least 250 of the Thunder fighters over the next four to five years. Experts see the new Pakistani focus on China as a supplier of advanced fighters as evidence that Beijing is trying to expand its military power.

Countries like Iran and possibly some of the Middle Eastern countries would be keen to deal with China if they can find technology which is comparable to the west, said one western official in Islamabad.

Pakistan will work as the laboratory to try out Chinese aircraft. If they work well with the Pakistani air force, others will follow.


- Financial Times -



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Post time 11-11-2009 08:50 PM | Show all posts
Operation Rah-e-Nijat: 9 more extremists killed in SWA: ISPR
Pakistan Times Federal Bureau

RAWALPINDI: At least nine terrorists have been killed and a terrorist was apprehended during the last 24 hours in Operation Rah-e-Nijat.

According to a press release issued from Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Tuesday, the security forces secured Tsappara and adjoining ridges. Search and clearance operations in Sarai Ghundaka, Kandao, Spinkai and Zariwam are under progress.

Security forces cleared area north of Ladha and found a private jail near Bangel Khel and destroyed number of caves, bunkers, towers and observation posts of the terrorists in the area.

During search operation in area north of Ladha, a group of terrorists was engaged, as a result 5 terrorists were killed.

Area domination, clearance and consolidation of positions is under way on Razmak-Makeen axis.

Security forces carried out house to house search in Tauda China Khula and Fort Knoll and recovered huge cache of arms and ammunition. a terrorist has been apprehended while 4 terrorists were killed.

At least nine terrorists voluntarily surrendered to security forces in Maindam, Lakhar and Kabbal during Operation Rah-e-Rast in Malakand and Swat.

Security forces conducted search operation in Roria, Shalpin and apprehended 4 terrorists.

At the same time, the security forces continued the relief activities, as 9,924 Cash Cards have been issued to displaced families of Waziristan.

Army Field Hospital has treated over 6,020 patients in Dera Ismail Khan, Wanna and Shakai.
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Post time 12-11-2009 01:43 PM | Show all posts
yo deb....why u so interesting bout taliban????

juz wanna know.........
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Post time 12-11-2009 03:50 PM | Show all posts
Pakistan is fighting for its survival, if they lose, it will turn into a rogue extremist state with nukes. Thats why this conflict is critical.
There are also many lessons to be learnt from this Pakis civil war.
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Post time 12-11-2009 04:00 PM | Show all posts
Post Last Edit by lkick2113 at 12-11-2009 17:04
Pakistan is fighting for its survival, if they lose, it will turn into a rogue extremist state with nukes. Thats why this conflict is critical.
There are also many lessons to be learnt from this Pak ...
Debmey Post at 12-11-2009 15:50


could u elaborate what are the lessons????
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Post time 12-11-2009 04:54 PM | Show all posts
never support extremists thinking you can control them for your own agenda, too dangerous and unpredictable.

zero tolerance for state within a state. The pakis have allowed taliban too much autonomy in NW frontier for far too long.

Its interesting now to see how the pakis can take NWF back thru both military actions and handling the civilians.
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Post time 13-11-2009 08:23 AM | Show all posts
Bila dubuk meraung !!!
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Post time 13-11-2009 11:39 AM | Show all posts
thats why its stupid of malaysia to support hezbollah. These shias will bury the sunnis in lebanon one day.
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Post time 13-11-2009 01:04 PM | Show all posts
Bombings at security offices kill at least 10 in Pakistan
Posted: 13 November 2009 1113 hrs
         
         
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Pakistani soldiers at the destroyed Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) building after a bomb blast in Peshawar.
           
         

PESHAWAR, Pakistan: Bombs tore through security offices in northwest Pakistan on Friday, killing at least 10 people and heavily damaging the Peshawar headquarters of the country's top intelligence agency.

The latest assaults on Pakistan's police and intelligence agents come with the military pressing its most ambitious offensive to date against homegrown Taliban networks in the lawless tribal belt on the Afghan border.

The Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) building in the northwestern city was heavily damaged in the blast, with huge clouds of smoke spewing into the sky and debris littering the ground, witnesses said.

The building was almost destroyed and the road littered with debris and tree trunks ripped off by the force of the explosion in Peshawar, which lies on the edge of Pakistan's lawless tribal belt infested with Al-Qaeda and Taliban.

The United States has put Pakistan on the frontline of its war against Al-Qaeda and has been increasingly disturbed by deteriorating security in the country where attacks and bombings have killed about 2,500 people in 28 months.

"Seven people have died and 35 are wounded," Sahib Zada Anis, head of the northwestern city's administration, told reporters in Peshawar.

Most of them were civilians, he added. A doctor at the city's main Lady Reading Hospital confirmed the casualties.

A security official said it was a bomb blast, but it was not immediately clear whether the explosives were planted in a vehicle, elsewhere, or detonated by a suicide bomber.

An AFP reporter saw at three bodies lying on the ground, but soldiers opened fire into the air preventing other people from approaching until army vehicles arrived and cordoned off the area.

Television footage showed scenes of panic at one hospital, with blood-stained men being admitted and relatives starting to gather outside.

A second bomb ripped through a suburban police station in the garrison city of Bannu, southwest of Peshawar, killing three policemen and wounding five others, police said.

"It appears to be a suicide attack, Bakakhel police station building has been damaged very badly, three policemen are dead and five others are injured," local police official Hameed Khan told AFP.

Peshawar, which runs into Pakistan's lawless tribal belt where US officials say Al-Qaeda are plotting attacks on the West and where Pakistani troops are pressing a major anti-Taliban offensive, is frequently hit by attacks.

The most devastating bomb attack in Pakistan in two years killed at least 118 people in a crowded market of Peshawar on October 28 as militants put ordinary civilians firmly in the crosshairs of their bloody campaign.

Pakistan's powerful and shadowy intelligence agencies have a history of supporting Islamist groups in a bid to counter rival India, but militant attacks have increasingly focused on domestic targets in the last two years.

Friday's Peshawar bombing was the first major attack outside an ISI installation since May, when a suicide attack on a police building in the city of Lahore killed 24 people beside its Punjab provincial headquarters.

The government blames increasing attacks on Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), which is the target of the ongoing offensive and which wants to avenge the killing of their leader Baitullah Mehsud by a US missile in August.

Friday's bombing comes after stiff Taliban resistance killed at least 17 Pakistani soldiers Thursday in the military's deadliest day since launching a major offensive in South Waziristan, security officials said.

Pakistan has pressed around 30,000 forces, backed by war planes and attack helicopters, into battle in a US-endorsed mission to wipe out the chief strongholds of Tehreek-e-Taliban in the tribal district of South Waziristan.

On Tuesday, a Taliban spokesman told AFP by telephone from an undisclosed location that the militia had embarked on a guerrilla war from the mountains of South Waziristan and would attack cities as a matter of course.

"The attacks in cities are a part of our permanent strategy. These attacks will continue and we will attack everyone who wants to harm us," said the spokesman, Azam Tariq.
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 Author| Post time 13-11-2009 02:37 PM | Show all posts
si dubuk minat sangat kat taliban pakistan....
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