PAF, PN conduct successful test of anti-ship cruise missile
KARACHI: The Pakistan Military (PN) and the Pakistan Air Pressure (PAF) on Monday effectively examined an anti-ship cruise missile within the north Arabian Sea, stated a observation launched via the PN.
The anti-ship cruise missile, the C-802, was once fired from each the JF-17 Thunder airplane and an F-22P frigate, validating the concept that of joint sea-air offensive operations.
Leader of Air Workforce Air Leader Marshal Sohail Aman and Leader of Naval Workforce Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi witnessed the check firing from onboard PNS Nasr.
“Missiles introduced from each platforms, effectively hit their supposed goals which no longer most effective re-asserts the efficacy of the weapon methods but in addition manifests the prolonged vary of Joint PN-PAF Sea-Air operations and desired synergy between the 2 services and products,” stated the observation.
The missiles had been fired at the ultimate day of Workout RIBAT-18, which was once considering validating warfighting ideas below the evolving multi-faceted threats.
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