a poster on TRISHUL was saying that pak is developing 2,500 KM SLCM
The Australian defense attache is right, we do need more assets before we even think of converting few of them for strategic strike, none the less, we cannot neglect the effectiveness of such a capability. Any nuclear power must have a 2nd strike capability.
If PN has taken this role, then i believe we are going to see new assets in the future, specially the long speculated Qing class submarines.
i say rather then modifying a submarine either get one from china that can fir cruise missiles without any limitations or build the nuclear submarine which is 4 to 5 years away but never the less very rewarding
listen if you cant talk like a civilized human being then dont talk at all we have enough of ur kind here no need for you to join eitherPakistans Madrasa educated technichians can do everything that others cannot do,even modify a submarine design to accomodate cruise missile in sub.
Pakistan has decided to base the majority of it's second strike capability on Submarines, in future this will be with SLBM that can target the entity to the east from thousands of km away.
we got agosta-90b under transfer of technology
agosta can fire Exocet anti ship missiles
i think may be our scientist change the shape of babur same as Exocet
Exocet launch from sub
WHEN U BUY CAR ITS UP 2 U HOW U USE IT CZ U OWNED IT WHEN ITS COMES TO DEFENCE NOTHING IS HIGHER THEN THAT AND UNCLE SAM ALRDY SHOWED THAT NOTHING IS BIGGER THEN STATE DEFENCE
Anyways here goes the 2nd strke captbly on india cz they were jumping on nuclear sub lol =))) whts the reason of spendg when u can use ur workng stuff for diffrnt purpose u jusst need some brain
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I guess with the new tech and developed system the one used within Shaheen 1A. the range of our Babur cruise missile must have been increased from 600km to 1600kms.This means we are almost able to hit any Indian target falling within this range from our Submarines ....
US Scout and India's SLV3 are both 23 meters long, use four similar solid-fuel stages and "open loop" guidance, and lift a 40-kilogram payload into low earth orbit. The SLV's 30-foot first stage later became the first stage of the Agni.
The aid of the United States and France, however, was quickly surpassed by substantial West German help in the 1970s and 1980s. Germany assisted India in three key missile technologies: guidance, rocket testing, and the use of composite materials. All were supposed to be for the space program, but all were also used for military missiles.
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