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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Lun 6 Juin 2016 - 12:59

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Pakistan boosts defence budget by 11% with emphasis on procurement

Jon Grevatt, Bangkok - IHS Jane's Defence Industry
06 June 2016




Pakistan has announced a 2016-17 defence budget of PKR860.2 billion (USD8.2 billon), providing a boost for the country's military modernisation efforts.

The expenditure - announced on 3 June - is a year-on-year increase of 11% against the revised military budget in 2015-16. "We have catered for the needs of the armed forces, keeping in view the security challenges," Finance Minister Ishaq Dar said in his budget speech.

Budgetary documents show that spending on "physical assets", which is thought to include funding for procurement, receives the biggest increase in the defence expenditure. This climbs 25% to PKR211.7 billion.

Employee-related expenses continue to be allocated with the bulk of spending.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Sam 11 Juin 2016 - 16:10

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Pakistan’s General Raheel asks US to bomb TTP hideouts inside Afghanistan

By Agencies -June 10, 2016



Army Chief General Raheel Sharif, in a meeting with senior US officials at GHQ on Friday, raised the demand of targeting Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) militants and their chief Mullah Fazlullah in their hideouts in Afghanistan.

Talking to Commander Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan General John Nicholson and US Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Olson, Gen Raheel said “Pakistan will not allow Indian and Afghan intelligence agencies to foment terrorism in the country”.

According to an ISPR communique, the regional security situation with particular reference to border management and peace and stability in Afghanistan in the post-May 21 US drone strike environment came under discussion during the meeting.

The army chief reaffirmed Pakistan’s commitment towards the war against terrorism and effective border management with Afghanistan in order to promote regional peace and stability.

Expressing his serious concern on the May 21 US drone strike in Balochistan ─ which had killed Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Mansour ─ and terming it a violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty, Gen Raheel highlighted how the drone strike negatively affected the mutual trust and respect between the two countries and the gains made during Pakistan’s own war on terror.

He told the visiting dignitaries that it is unfortunate that Pakistan is blamed for instability in Afghanistan, adding that Pakistan has always expressed its readiness to work for a long term peace process for Afghanistan under the Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG) framework.

Pakistan’s ISPR press release:
General John Nicholson, Commander Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan and Ambassador Richard Olson, US Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan called on General Raheel Sharif, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) at GHQ today.

Regional Security Situation, with particular reference to border management and peace and stability in Afghanistan in the post-21 May US drone strike environment came under discussion. Expressing his serious concern on the US drone strike in Balochistan as a violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty, COAS highlighted as to how it had impacted the mutual trust and respect and was counter productive in consolidating the gains of Operation Zarb-e-Azb. All efforts for durable peace in the region have to be synergized with shared commitment and responsibility in order to make them successful. COAS said that while Operation Zarb-e-Azb was launched against terrorists of all hues and sanctuaries of terrorists have been dismantled without discrimination, all stakeholders need to understand Pakistan’s challenges with regard to porous border, inter-tribal linkages and decades-old presence of over 3 million refugees. Blaming Pakistan for instability in Afghanistan is unfortunate.

Raising the demand of targeting TTP and Mullah Fazlullah in their bases in Afghanistan, COAS reiterated Pakistan’s resolve not to allow hostile intelligence agencies’ efforts, especially RAW and NDS, of fomenting terrorism. COAS reaffirmed the need for continuing harmonized efforts against terrorists and effective border management as ways to regional peace and stability. He further said Pakistan is committed to work for a long term peace process for Afghanistan under the QCG framework.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Ven 17 Juin 2016 - 18:56

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Pakistan needs to Accelerate Development of newer Blocks of JF-17 Thunder



Our mounting aversion to the idea of Pakistan spending any money towards new-built F-16C/D Block-52+ is no secret, and our strong support for the JF-17 Thunder is well-established.

As a general point, the greatest value of the JF-17 (at least for Pakistan) does not rest in its performance, but in the reality that Pakistan has authority over the platform. By “authority” we refer to the fact that the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) can configure the JF-17 according to its will. This is the most essential point. While the F-16 is inherently the superior platform in terms of performance and quality, the PAF does not have the luxury to push the Viper to its available potential.



Just consider the fact that the PAF cannot readily integrate a high off-boresight (HOBS) air-to-air missile (AAM) onto its F-16s without U.S. approval of some shape or form. Even HOBS AAM that have been technically cleared for the F-16, such as the IRIS-T (developed by the German company Diehl BGT), cannot be configured onto the PAF’s F-16s without the U.S.’ approval. It would basically have to wait on America’s willingness to release the comparable AIM-9X; and this story is repetitive – the PAF’s F-16s have yet to be equipped with stand-off weapons (SOW), anti-ship missiles (AShM), and anti-radiation missiles (ARM).

On the other hand, despite the JF-17’s comparatively limited performance, the PAF has been able to arm the JF-17 with the C-802 AShM, and has the H-2/H-4 SOW and MAR-1 ARM in the pipeline (if not in the process of integration). And as we have repeatedly stated in earlier articles, it is the JF-17 that has a HOBS AAM, active electronically-scanned array (AESA) radar, infrared search and track (IRST), and air-launched cruise missile (ALCM) integration in the pipeline – not the PAF’s F-16s. What benefit does the F-16’s multi-role prowess offer the PAF when that prowess is gradually eroding in the face of the Indian Air Force (IAF) and Indian Navy (IN)’s impressive qualitative advancements?

Finally, there is the reality that unlike the F-16, the PAF benefits from an increasingly adept domestic base capable of thoroughly supporting the JF-17. Yes, Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) is a novice in terms of being an aerospace industry entity, but it is gradually and incrementally becoming capable, despite the difficult political and economic limitations Pakistan throws onto itself. The workshare agreement has shifted 58% of the JF-17’s airframe manufacturing to Kamra, and efforts are underway to bring a maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) for Klimov turbofans as well. With the maintenance and support channel being domestic, the PAF can draw upon the benefits of assured and affordable accessibility. The necessities produced in Pakistan (and in some cases imported from China and Russia) are at the affordable side of the cost-spectrum; the money that goes back into PAC also goes back into Pakistan.

To be honest, the points being explained in this article are mostly earlier ideas being conveyed from a different set of angles, but they set the basis of why it is important to consider ideas about next steps, not just for the PAF, but for PAC and the JF-17 Thunder program.

The F-16 (and import route generally) has become a difficult path to take on, hence the reason why it is imperative that domestic development now take on a much higher level of importance. The PAF ought to seriously consider the value of bringing more of the airframe manufacturing to Kamra. China has been a dependable partner, but urgency and the desire to not take relationships for granted needs to be adopted.

There is a learning curve and a lot of building blocks to set-up, but the expertise and infrastructure built for the JF-17 will prove valuable for future projects. Make no mistake, a unique and independent program is not going to happen, but Pakistan could potentially (one day) offer something of tangible value to an outside partner. We are not talking about ground-breaking research, but at least a chance at becoming a viable co-production partner (that could help pull costs down), or capable licensed manufacturer of more sophisticated sub-systems, etc. It would be a huge shame if – like the K-8 Karakoram – the JF-17 program ends up at a plateau, and then just stays flat from an indigenization and development standpoint.

The PAF should also be critically averse to the notion of capping the JF-17. In other words, the fighter must not be relegated into becoming just a ‘second-tier’ fighter (relative to other fighter options for the PAF). For all intents the purposes, the geo-political and economic reality has made the JF-17 the backbone and edge-driver of the PAF fighter fleet. By “edge-driver” we refer to the idea of it being the platform where the PAF has the flexibility to keep up with qualitative changes in South Asia, such as the eventual entry of AESA radars. While the PAF must not waste funds, the PAF ought to ensure that the JF-17 Block-III (and potentially Block-IV and Block-V) are equipped with the most appropriate – in terms of the cost-to-performance ratio – subsystems available. It would be a shame to see a less capable AESA radar (e.g. via less transmit/receive modules than possible) due to prohibitive costs (which could have been avoided by walking away from a certain F-16 deal).

Finally, it is no secret that the PAF and PAC have been seeking to secure export clients for the JF-17. There is some substantive potential, but again, it is important that the PAF/PAC are careful with next steps. At some point, it may be prudent to clearly separate work between domestic and export variants of the JF-17. In terms of export, some areas could be accelerated, such as the procurement of a helmet-mounted display and sight (HMD/S) or HOBS AAM. Subsystems such as radars and electronic warfare (EW) and electronic countermeasure (ECM) suites for export-grade JF-17s could be acquired from the market; the risk for the PAF is minimal because it would not necessarily intend to use those systems for itself. The PAF cannot let its own requirements get guided by the market, but on the other hand, it cannot muddle the needs of prospective clients with its own (which is what happened with the omission of the dual-seat JF-17 in the initial years of the JF-17’s development.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Dim 19 Juin 2016 - 17:29

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Lun 20 Juin 2016 - 17:58

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Chinese-made Wing Loong drone crashes on flight over Pakistan
Jun 20, 201



A Pakistan Air Force drone crashed near Headpaka area of Mianwali district on Saturday. The drone had taken off from an airbase six kilometer away from the crash area, a source said.

Close examination of the wreckage reveals it as a Chinese-made Wing Loong, that reported by Joseph Dempsey.

The official account on the incident is that the drone was in the area to monitor the flood situation and the aircraft encountered an issue six kilometers away from the airbase.

«Authorities concerned stated that the aircraft took off from Mianwali base to monitor different areas regarding flood situation and encountered a technical snag. No injury or casualty was reported on the ground as the aircraft crashed in an unpopulated area. » – said source in Pakistan Air Force.

The Chengdu Pterodactyl I also known as Wing Loong is a Medium-Altitude Long-Endurance (MALE) unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), developed by the Chengdu Aircraft Industry Group in the People’s Republic of China.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Sam 25 Juin 2016 - 12:26

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Saturday, 25 June 2016
STM to Modernize Khalid-class Agosta 90B Submarines of the Pakistan Navy

STM has achieved major success as it was awarded the submarine modernization tender initiated by Pakistan’s Ministry of Defence Production against the company which has built the submarines. Thus, engineering exports will be initiated in our country for the first time in the field of submarines, a field that calls for advanced technology.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 12 Juil 2016 - 19:41



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mer 13 Juil 2016 - 11:46

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Political Group Litters Pakistani Cities With Posters Urging Military Coup

Lined along highways and spread across three major areas in Pakistan, a series of posters popped up overnight displaying an unusually blunt proposal.

Plastered across Lahore, Karachi, Rawalpindi, and the capital of Islamabad, by a political party called Move on Pakistan, the posters express outrage over General Raheel Sharif’s decision to step down at the end of the year.


"Talk of leaving has become old, for God’s sake come now," the posters read, calling for a military coup of the country.

Ali Hashmi, the chief organizer for Move on Pakistan, explained further while speaking to Agence France-Presse on Tuesday.

"Dictatorship is much better than this corrupt government," he said. "The way General Raheel Sharif has dealt with terrorism and corruption, there is no way that the next man would be as effective as him."

The posters, which also popped up in army-run cantonment areas, have since been removed by the government.

There is little reason to suspect that the Pakistani government is at risk of destabilizing. Current Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will select the general’s successor in the months to come, and the military has denied any affiliation with a coup campaign.


"Reference Posters with #COAS pic being displayed across various cities; Army or any affiliated organization have nothing to do with it," military spokesman Lieutenant Asim Bajwa tweeted Tuesday night.

Move on Pakistan also gained attention in February, when it displayed similar posters across the country begging Sharif to remain in his current position and "help in eradicating terrorism and corruption."

In January, General Sharif indicated that he had no intention to remain in his position.

"I do not believe in extension and will retire on the due date," he said at the time, according to Pakistan Today.

"The Pakistan Army is a great institution. Efforts to root out terrorism will continue with full vigor and resolve. Pakistan’s national interest is supreme and will be safeguarded at all costs."

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Ven 22 Juil 2016 - 13:09

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 26 Juil 2016 - 18:24

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Deux soldats abattus à bord de leur véhicule au Pakistan
26/07/2016 à 17h08






Deux soldats pakistanais ont été tués à bord leur véhicule mardi 26 juillet, à Karachi au Pakistan, par des hommes armés à moto.

Deux soldats pakistanais ont été abattus mardi 26 juillet à Karachi par des hommes armés circulant à moto qui ont ouvert le feu sur leur voiture, ont indiqué des responsables. Selon le docteur Kaleem Shaikh, de l'école de médecine de Jinnah:

"Les deux militaires ont été touchés à la tête et au visage". L'un "est décédé après son arrivée à l'hôpital" et l'autre "est aussi mort de ses blessures peu de temps après", a-t-il déclaré.
En 2013, le Pakistan a lancé une vaste campagne de répression contre les islamistes et les criminels à Karachi, la capitale économique du pays. En décembre dernier, deux militaires avaient été abttatus dans la région de Saddar, à quelques kilomètres du lieu de l'attaque de mardi.

Le chef de la police de Karachi, Mustaq Mehar, a indiqué que les enquêteurs chercheraient à établir s'il existait un lien entre les deux agressions.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Ven 29 Juil 2016 - 13:16

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Pakistan reduces military imports, claims minister

Jon Grevatt, Bangkok - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
29 July 2016




Pakistan has significantly reduced military imports in recent years as the country's defence industry continues to develop, according to Rana Tanveer Hussain, the minister for defence production.

In a statement reported by the government-run Associated Press of Pakistan on 28 July, Hussain said that the government has reduced by 90% the number of 'no-objection certificates' (NOCs) that it has issued in support of defence imports over the past three years.

The NOC system is used over much of the Indian subcontinent and effectively works as an import (and export) approval process, although it is not confirmation that a sale has been concluded.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Jeu 4 Aoû 2016 - 17:28

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Pakistan selects Leonardo's AW139 helicopter for transport and EMS missions

The Italy-based defense giant Leonardo-Finmeccanica announced today that the Government of Pakistan has signed a contract for an undisclosed number of AW139 intermediate twin engine helicopters to be used for transport and EMS missions.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Jeu 4 Aoû 2016 - 17:42

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Pakistani helicopter crash-landed in the central Logar province of Afghanistan
Aug 4, 2016



A Pakistani helicopter has crash-landed in the central Logar province of Afghanistan earlier today, the provincial council officials said. That reported by www.khaama.com.

A member of the provincial council Dr. Abdul Wali Wakil said the helicopter crash-landed in the restive Azra district and all 6 on board were captured by the militants.

Provincial governor’s spokesman Salim Saleh has confirmed to RFE that the helicopter belonged to Pakistan and crash-landed in Mati area of Azra district.

He said the helicopter caught fire as soon as it crash-landed but the passengers on board did not suffer any casualties.

A local resident has said the helicopter was set on fire by the Taliban militants as soon as it made an emergency landing.

The Taliban militants group has not commented regarding the report so far.

Taliban militants and insurgents belonging to the other militant groups are actively operating in a number of the remote districts of Logar province.

However it is yet not clear on what purposes the Pakistani helicopter was hovering over the Afghan air space in central Logar province which is located close to capital Kabul.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mer 10 Aoû 2016 - 14:33

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Jeu 11 Aoû 2016 - 8:11

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Red Flag: Israel to Play in US War Games Alongside Pakistan, UAE

23:20 10.08.2016(updated 23:29 10.08.2016)

In preparation for upcoming joint military exercises at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada, Israel has sent a fleet of fighters and refueling jets to fly alongside US, Pakistani, and United Arab Emirates (UAE) aircraft.
Each year, the US and its allies conduct a series of joint aerial combat exercises known as Red Flag. Divided into two teams, a wide range of fighter jets perform simulated dogfights over Nellis Air Force Base.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Ven 19 Aoû 2016 - 12:05

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Karachi shipyard launches fleet tanker for Pakistan Navy
Ridzwan Rahmat, Singapore - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
19 August 2016
State-owned company Karachi Shipyard & Engineering Works (KSEW) has launched a 17,000-tonne fleet tanker on order for the Pakistan Navy.

The platform, said to be Pakistan's largest-ever indigenously built ship, was launched on 19 August at the company's facilities at Dockyard Road, Karachi.

The fleet tanker project is collaboration between Pakistan's Ministry of Defence Production and Turkish technology and systems engineering house Savunma Teknolojileri Mühendislik ve Ticaret (STM). Steel for the tanker was first cut on 27 November 2013, and its keel was laid on 7 March 2014, according to KSEW.

Specifications provided by the company indicate an overall length of 158.4 m, a maximum width of 22 m and a scantling displacement of over 17,000 tonnes.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 30 Aoû 2016 - 11:41

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China to Provide 8 Submarines to Pakistan for Securing Coastal Areas
(Source: Radio Pakistan; posted Aug. 26, 2016)
China will provide eight submarines to Pakistan for securing the coastal areas. This was disclosed in a briefing to the National Assembly Standing Committee on Defence by Pakistan Navy chaired by Sheikh Rohale Asghar in Islamabad on Friday.

Under the agreement, four submarines will be constructed in China and will be provided to Pakistan Navy in 2022-23 while the remaining four submarines will be constructed in Pakistan, at Karachi Shipyard, and will be handed over to Pakistan Navy in 2028.

The Committee expressed satisfaction over the development made by the Navy of Pakistan.








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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Lun 5 Sep 2016 - 13:05

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Pakistan in Talks With Russia on Purchase of Su-35 Jets



Pakistan Air Force Chief of Staff had fruitful talks in Moscow in July on purchasing of Russian Su-35 fighter jets.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Chief of Air Staff of the Pakistan Air Force Sohail Aman had "fruitful talks" in Moscow in July on purchasing of Russian Su-35 (NATO reporting name: Flanker-E) fighter jets, Pakistani Ambassador to Russia Qazi Khalilullah told Sputnik. "Chief of Air Staff Marshal Sohail Aman had fruitful talks with the Russian partners on this issue in July," Khalilullah said answering a question on whether Islamabad could purchase the Su-35 aircraft. According to the official, the Pakistani Air Force "is considering different options of deepening cooperation with Russia."

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mar 6 Sep 2016 - 13:59

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ounterterror Cooperation Very High on Pakistan-Russia Agenda

KUBINKA (Moscow region) (Sputnik) – The issue of counterterrorism cooperation is very high on the agenda of Russia and Pakistan, including numerous high-level exchanges on the issue, Maj. Gen. Naveed Ahmed, the director general of defense procurement for the country, told Sputnik on Tuesday.

"Our cooperation in counterterrorism is very high on our agenda. There were very high level exchanges between two countries last year," Ahmed, who is leading the Pakistani delegation to the Army-2016 military expo, said. Last month, Russia's Southern Military District (SMD) said that the first Friendship-2016 Russian-Pakistani joint military exercise would kick off in Pakistan in September. The drills will take place between September 23 and October 10 at the Army High Altitude School in northern Pakistan's Rattu and at a special forces training center in Cherat. "Very soon you will find that two special services would be interacting and would be caring out military exercises," Ahmed added.


The military forum, which is taking place on September 6-11 in Kubinka, a western suburb of Moscow, brings together representatives from the Russian defense industry, research institutes, universities, as well as foreign companies. Over 800 Russian and foreign participants will mount some 7,000 exhibitions throughout the week. The forum's participants and guests will attend a number of conferences and round-table discussions to discuss the future development of military technology.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Mer 7 Sep 2016 - 16:41

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Pakistan, Russia Representatives Interested in Armenia Military Systems

Russia and Pakistan are insterested in Armenian automated complex for reconnaissance and artillery fire control.


MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The Armenian automated complex for reconnaissance and artillery fire control showcased at the Army-2016 military forum is of interest for Russia, Pakistan, a representative of the Armenian Defense Ministry told Sputnik on Wednesday.

"Armenia's automated complex for reconnaissance and artillery fire control 2K02 is of great interest not only for Russia, but a number of other countries, for example, Pakistan. It is already in use with the Armenian Armed Forces," the ministry's representative said on the sidelines of Army-2016. The Russian Defense Ministry's Army-2016 forum is taking place on September 6-11 in Kubinka, a western suburb of Moscow. The forum brings together representatives from the Russian defense industry, research institutes, universities, as well as foreign companies. The expo is expected to see over 800 Russian and foreign participants with some 7,000 exhibitions throughout the week.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Jeu 8 Sep 2016 - 10:24

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akistan, Russia Negotiating Deal on Russian Su-35, Su-37 Jets


MOSCOW (Sputnik) — "Pakistan is involved in negotiations with Russia on a deal for Su-35 and Su-37. We are in initial stage now," Qadir Khan said.

According to Qadir Khan, the Pakistani Defense Ministry's delegation which came to the Army-2016 expo includes technical experts, who assess capabilities of the jets as well as look for Russian helicopters. "We already have Russian transport helicopters Mi-17, but we are looking for other helicraft, and we are looking at assessment of Mi-35 to buy in the near future," Qadir Khan added. The Army-2016 expo, organized by the Russian Defense Ministry, kicked off on Tuesday and is due to last through Sunday. The forum is held in the military-themed Patriot Park in Kubinka near Moscow and in a number of locations in Russia's military districts. The event brings together representatives from the Russian defense industry, research institutes, universities, as well as foreign companies. Over 800 Russian and foreign participants are expected to be involved in some 7,000 exhibitions throughout the week. The forum's participants and guests are attending a number of conferences and roundtables to discuss the future development of military technology.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Sam 10 Sep 2016 - 15:06

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Trois soldats turcs tués dans une attaque attribuée à l'EI en Syrie
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Trois soldats turcs ont été tués vendredi dans une attaque attribuée au groupe jihadiste Etat islamique en Syrie.

Trois soldats turcs ont été tués vendredi dans le nord de la Syrie dans une attaque contre leur char menée par des jihadistes du groupe Etat islamique, a indiqué l'armée turque dans un communiqué diffusé par la télévision.

ette attaque, lors de laquelle un quatrième soldat a été blessé, survient trois jours après la mort de trois autres militaires dans la première attaque meurtrière menée par l'EI contre l'armée turque. Les forces turques ont lancé, mercredi 24 août, une opération militaire pour chasser les jihadistes de Daesh de la ville syrienne de Jarablos, située près de la frontière avec la Turquie. Plusieurs chars turcs ont pénétré en territoire syrien, pendant que des avions de la coalition internationale apportent leur soutien à l'opération.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Jeu 29 Sep 2016 - 11:43

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First joint military exercise Druzhba-2016 for Russian and Pakistani soldiers in Pakistan

Russia is conducting the Friendship 2016 (Druzhba-2016) joint exercise with the Pakistani Armed Forces in the mountains of the Cherat range in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan, according to Russia`s and Pakistan`s officials.







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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Sam 1 Oct 2016 - 12:17

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Russia to Hold Drills With India, Mongolia, Pakistan, Vietnam in 2017

Russia's Land Force will conduct joint exercises with Indian, Mongolian, Pakistani, and Vietnamese troops in 2017, the Force's commander-in-chief, Col. Gen. Oleg Salyukov, said.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) — He reminded that Russia and Pakistan had been carrying out the first joint Druzhba-2016 ("Friendship-2016") exercises since September 23, adding that on October 4-7 Russia would also engage in joint drills of the collective rapid deployment forces of the Central Asian countries "Rubezh-2016" ("Boundary-2016").

"Next year we will conduct joint exercises with troops of Pakistan, India, Mongolia, Vietnam, Nicaragua and CSTO [Collective Security Treaty Organization's] member states," Salyukov told reporters.

© SPUTNIK/ IGOR ZAREMBO Eyes on Target: Russian Troops Get New High-Tech Image-Stabilizing Binoculars The CSTO is an intergovernmental military alliance of former Soviet states, which comprises Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, and Tajikistan. Next year, Moscow, New Delhi and Islamabad will be allied in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, a political, economic and military alliance which includes Russia, China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, as India and Pakistan are expected to get full-fledged membership in the organization by 2018.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF)   Dim 16 Oct 2016 - 19:37

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Pakistan to get eight stealth attack submarines from China

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