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Pakistan Selects German Submarines


Pakistan to buy German subs, ignore French



KARACHI: In a departure from the past practice of acquiring submarines from France, Pakistan will buy three German Type 214 submarines.

Walter Freitag, the chief executive officer of the HDW, the largest conventional submarine maker in the world, told The News on Tuesday in an exclusive interview at the IDEAS 2008 here that his company had finalised technical specifications with the navy to build three Type 214 submarines in Pakistan.

The commercial contract has been finalised up to 95 per cent, he said, hoping the final contract in this regard will be signed soon. This is the first time that a clear picture of the billion-dollar deal that the Pakistan Navy is expected to sign in coming months has emerged. Earlier, during mid-90s, the navy had selected three French Agosta 90-B submarines, which were in addition to the two acquired earlier. The deal had generated a lot of controversy at that time.

This time French firm Armaris had offered to supply Pakistan three updated single-hulled, diesel-electric submarines all-French version of the Franco-Spanish Scorpene boat equipped with air-independent propulsion, a deal totalling about $1.2 billion.

However, Walter Freitag said he did not see that kind of controversy enveloping this project perceived during the 90s. The Pakistan Navy understands submarines and ours are the best, he said, rejecting claims of competitors that the Greek Navy had rejected Type 214.

In the Hellenic Navys case, a neutral surveyor was appointed, who decided that the submarine was technically OK and ready for commissioning, he said. The HDW CEO said the Type 214 was technologically more advanced than those of competitors. We use higher grade steel material, which allows greater diving depth, he said. Also, we have fuel cell AIPs and can integrate Harpoons with the Type 214.

The first submarine would be delivered to the Pakistan Navy in 64 months after signing of the contract while the rest would be completed successively in 12 months. Walter Freitag stated that they would be using facilities at the Karachi Shipyard for building Type 214 and minimal upgrade would be required. He added that the Type 214 was 100 per cent German and there was no chance of embargo on it in any case.

Meanwhile, authoritative sources told The News that the decision to acquire Type 214 over the French submarine was made not only because the submarine was more advanced than the French Marlin, but also because many countries had deployed the Type 214 submarines, so there would be no issue of spares.

They said Turkey would be acquiring six Type 214s, South Korea had ordered six more in addition to three ordered earlier, Portugal had bought two, besides several bought by the German Navy. As such, supportability for the Type 214 for the next 30-35 years would not be a major concern.

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First Pakistani F-16 Crash in 11 years Raises Questions about Maintenance


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The Pakistani F-16 jet that crashed today is the first in 11 years and has come after the United States sold a $125 million technical support and end-use monitoring package to Pakistan in July 2019.

“Pakistan had requested a continuation of technical support services; US Government and contractor technical and logistics support services to assist in the oversight of operations in support of the Pakistan Peace Drive advanced F-16 program. This proposed sale will support the foreign policy and national security of the United States by protecting US technology through the continued presence of US personnel that provide 24/7 end-use monitoring,” a US Dod release had said last year.

The F-16s are generally considered ‘safe’ given the relatively low number of crashes compared to the total number of F-16s in operations- some 75 in Pakistan and over 4000 the world over.

Pakistan has lost 10 F-16 jets in crashes since 1982 when the first F-16s were inducted. In comparison its Chinese origin and locally assembled JF-17 fighter jets have had 2 crashes out of 120 jets in the last 10 years.

Today’s crash took place during rehearsals for the Pakistan Day military parade over the capital of Islamabad with the loss of the pilot, Wing Commander Noman Akram. According to Pakistani Air Force (PAF), he is considered an ace pilot having flown the PAF chief, Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan earlier in a twin-seater F-16.

Reports have been appearing in the Pakistani media from time to time over the serviceability of the F-16s due to political differences between Islamabad and Washington.

In addition to its US-sourced F-16s, Islamabad has received some of these jets from Jordan. It is unclear how many out of the confirmed 13 Jordanian jets have already been delivered.

In addition to today’s F-16 crash, it has so far lost two trainer aircraft and an ageing Mirage jet so far in 2020.

The most modern F-16s with the PAF are the F-16 C/D Block 52 aircraft delivered in 2009-10.

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has expressed its concern over the sale of Harpoon Block II air launched missiles by the United States to India.Foreign Office Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui said that the sale of...

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has expressed its concern over the sale of Harpoon Block II air launched missiles by the United States to India.

Foreign Office Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui said that the sale of such missile systems, along with technical assistance and logistic support, at a time when there is a global effort to fight the pandemic, is particularly disturbing.

She said that Pakistan has articulated its concerns regarding the sale of sophisticated weapons to India, which would further destabilise the region. “Pakistan has alerted the international community many times about India’s aggressive designs not only towards Pakistan but also towards other neighbouring countries in South Asia.” She said that sale of the weapons would destabilise the already volatile situation in South Asia. There is a high possibility of India conducting a false flag operation while global efforts are directed towards combating the pandemic, the Foreign Office said.

Pointing out ceasefire violations from neighbouring arch rival, the Foreign Office spokesperson said that Indian forces committed over 765 ceasefire violations resulting in martyrdom of three civilians as well as serious injuries to 54 innocent civilians. “In 2019, India violated the ceasefire agreement 3,351 times,” she said adding that Pakistan continues to respond to Indian belligerence in a firm and responsible manner.

Aisha Farooqui while rejecting a US Commission’s report on denial of food aid to minorities and said that it was not based on facts and seems to have relied on inaccurate sources. “Under the Ehsaas Emergency Cash Programme, which is the official social protection programme, every eligible citizen has an equal opportunity to seek financial assistance,” she said and added that out of the 6.5 million beneficiaries that have received cash assistance in Category-I, 400,000 (6.15 percent) are non-Muslims.

She further said that India had to ensure bringing an end to illegal occupation of the Kashmir. “We are committed to hold any meaningful talks with India on resolution of Kashmir dispute,” he said.

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Le Pakistan exprime son inquiétude face à la possible vente d'un système de missiles à l'Inde par les États-Unis

French.xinhuanet.com | Publié le 2020-04-18 à 02:22

ISLAMABAD, 17 avril (Xinhua) -- Le Pakistan a exprimé vendredi ses inquiétudes au sujet de la décision des États-Unis de vendre un système de missiles à l'Inde, affirmant qu'il "pourrait déstabiliser davantage la région".

"Le département d'État a pris une décision approuvant une éventuelle vente militaire à l'étranger au gouvernement de l'Inde de dix missiles lancés par air AGM-84L Harpoon Block II et de l'équipement connexe pour un coût estimé à 92 millions de dollars", a annoncé lundi l'Agence de coopération pour la défense et la sécurité (DSCA) du département américain de la Défense.

"La vente de ces systèmes de missiles, ainsi que l'assistance technique et le soutien logistique, au moment où a lieu un effort mondial de lutte contre la pandémie, sont particulièrement inquiétants. Le Pakistan a exprimé ses préoccupations concernant la vente d'armes sophistiquées à l'Inde, ce qui risque de déstabiliser davantage la région", a déclaré Aisha Farooqui, porte-parole du ministère des Affaires étrangères du Pakistan.

"Le Pakistan a alerté la communauté internationale à plusieurs reprises sur les plans agressifs de l'Inde non seulement envers le Pakistan mais aussi envers d'autres pays voisins d'Asie du Sud", a souligné Mme Farooqui lors d'un point de presse hebdomadaire.

Selon la porte-parole, l'accord américano-indien "déstabilisera la situation déjà instable en Asie du Sud", et il y a une forte possibilité, a-t-elle ajouté, que l'Inde mène une opération sous fausse bannière alors que les efforts mondiaux sont dirigés vers la lutte contre la pandémie

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China reportedly begin delivery of modern VT4 main battle tanks to Pakistan

by Dylan Malyasov — 12:50 (GMT+0000) April 21, 2020


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Inner Mongolia First Machinery Group Co.,Ltd., subsidiary of China North Industries Group Corporation (NORINCO), reportedly begins delivering new VT4 main battle tanks to Pakistan.

In mid-April 2020, at the Chinese tank factory located in Baotou in the province of Inner Mongolia, was held the ceremony of shipment of the first batch of VT4 main battle tanks equipped with explosive reactive armour (ERA) (Option FY-IV) for a foreign customer.

Chinese media reported that Pakistan is a foreign customer for these tanks that were produced after the country begin emerges from the coronavirus crisis.

In 2019, the Pakistan Army Armoured Corps has selected the Chinese VT4 tank – produced by Norinco – to meet requirements for procuring hundreds of new main battle tanks.

A military analyst, Muzammil Hatami announced the selection of the Norinco VT4 for increasing of Pakistani armoured vehicle fleet.

“VT4 has confirmed for future Pakistan army tank and Alkhalid II main battle tank is in developing phase,” – said Muzammil Hatami during 10th International IDEAS defense exhibition in Karachi, Pakistan.

The VT4 is a third-generation MBT offered for export by Norinco. It is an improvement over the Al-Khalid MBT (also known as MBT-2000), which is currently in service with Pakistan Army, although it retains the 125 mm main gun, carousel auto-loader, and crew configuration of the older vehicle.

Despite the fact that the future tank’s tender details kept at a secret, it was reported that Pakistan might procure around 100 MBTs in order to meet the deficiency of MBT production in the country.

Last week also it was reported that the Nigerian Army has taken delivery of a shipment of military vehicles from the China North Industries Corporation (NORINCO).

According to local sources, NORINCO delivered the first of 17 military vehicles compromising of VT4 main battle tanks, SH5 105mm wheeled self-propelled howitzers and ST1 tank destroys.

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Second Pakistan Navy Corvette PNS Tabuk to be mission ready in 2021

Damen Shipyard Group will soon deliver the Second Multipurpose Offshore Patrol vessel PNS TABUK to the Pakistan Navy. The second PNS Tabuk corvette (F-272) launched in September 2019, is expected to be incorporated into the Pakistani Navy in the near future. Two more are planned under Navy modernization project.

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Damen Shipyards Group launched the lead ship for tests in May 2019, and the second ship in September 2019. The PN commissioned the first ship, PNS Yarmook (F-271), in February 2020. It was supposed to take delivery of the second ship, PNS Tabuk, in May 2020. However, the PN opted to fit the ships with their own weapons and subsystems in Pakistan, so the corvettes may not be fully mission-ready before 2021, at the earliest.

For the record, Damen Shipyards Group signed the contract with the Ministry of Defence Production for 2 multipurpose Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV) for the Pakistan Navy on 30th June 2017, following a tender process.

The OPVs are named after the Battles of Yarmouk and Tabuk which were the major battles in the early period of Islam. Damen constructed the PNS YARMOOK at its yard in Galati. The yard has built nearly 40 vessels for the defence and security segment.

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About Yarmook-Class Corvette:

The Yarmook-Class Corvettes have a displacement of 2,300 tons, a length of 90 m and a beam of 14.4 m. The OPV can reach the top speed of 23 knots, has a range of 6,000 nautical miles and its maximum endurance is 40 days. The ship can accommodate more than 60 sailors on board.

According to Pakistani officials, Yarmook-Class Corvettes will be fitted with a Surface to Surface Missile system, a 30 mm Main Gun, Close-in Weapons System and 4x12.7 guns, anti-ship missile, infrared radars and a system to reduce the magnetic signature of the vessel.

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The scale model, here above, shows two quad-cell launchers for anti-ship missiles (AShM) and includes a close-in-weapons-system (CIWS) towards the aft of the ship. The model seems to show the Chinese Type 730, but the Aselsan GOKDENIZ may be an option as well.

The Yarmook-Class Corvette is capable of performing a variety of maritime operations and can transport both a helicopter and a UAV. The ship can launch two high-speed RHIBs of 11.5 meters and 6.5 meters simultaneously and also has the capability to accommodate two TEUs for special mission-based operations.

http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/2020/may-2020/8490-pakistan-navy-corvette-pns-tabuk-to-be-fully-ready-in-2021.html


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Second Pakistan Navy Corvette PNS Tabuk to be mission ready in 2021

Damen Shipyard Group will soon deliver the Second Multipurpose Offshore Patrol vessel PNS TABUK to the Pakistan Navy. The second PNS Tabuk corvette (F-272) launched in September 2019, is expected to be incorporated into the Pakistani Navy in the near future. Two more are planned under Navy modernization project.

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Damen Shipyards Group launched the lead ship for tests in May 2019, and the second ship in September 2019. The PN commissioned the first ship, PNS Yarmook (F-271), in February 2020. It was supposed to take delivery of the second ship, PNS Tabuk, in May 2020. However, the PN opted to fit the ships with their own weapons and subsystems in Pakistan, so the corvettes may not be fully mission-ready before 2021, at the earliest.

For the record, Damen Shipyards Group signed the contract with the Ministry of Defence Production for 2 multipurpose Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV) for the Pakistan Navy on 30th June 2017, following a tender process.

The OPVs are named after the Battles of Yarmouk and Tabuk which were the major battles in the early period of Islam. Damen constructed the PNS YARMOOK at its yard in Galati. The yard has built nearly 40 vessels for the defence and security segment.

Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF) - Page 35 Pakistan_Navy_Corvette_PNS_Tabuk_to_be_fully_ready_in_2021_925_006

About Yarmook-Class Corvette:

The Yarmook-Class Corvettes have a displacement of 2,300 tons, a length of 90 m and a beam of 14.4 m. The OPV can reach the top speed of 23 knots, has a range of 6,000 nautical miles and its maximum endurance is 40 days. The ship can accommodate more than 60 sailors on board.

According to Pakistani officials, Yarmook-Class Corvettes will be fitted with a Surface to Surface Missile system, a 30 mm Main Gun, Close-in Weapons System and 4x12.7 guns, anti-ship missile, infrared radars and a system to reduce the magnetic signature of the vessel.

Armée Pakistanaise / Pakistani Armed Forces (PAF) - Page 35 Pakistan_Navy_Corvette_PNS_Tabuk_to_be_fully_ready_in_2021_925_003

The scale model, here above, shows two quad-cell launchers for anti-ship missiles (AShM) and includes a close-in-weapons-system (CIWS) towards the aft of the ship. The model seems to show the Chinese Type 730, but the Aselsan GOKDENIZ may be an option as well.

The Yarmook-Class Corvette is capable of performing a variety of maritime operations and can transport both a helicopter and a UAV. The ship can launch two high-speed RHIBs of 11.5 meters and 6.5 meters simultaneously and also has the capability to accommodate two TEUs for special mission-based operations.

http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/2020/may-2020/8490-pakistan-navy-corvette-pns-tabuk-to-be-fully-ready-in-2021.html


Eh mais les gars, ce machin la peut etre un serieux candidat dans le marché des Patrouilleurs océanique face a la Gowind 90 et l'Avante

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Pakistan Seen Deploying Unmanned Ground Vehicle Near Indian Border: Media Reports

 09:29 AM, July 6, 2020

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Platform-M UGV



Pakistan Army has reportedly deployed "many" unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) near the border close to India.

The UGVs are similar to Russian-made Platform-Ms, according to some media reports.

The Platform-M remotely controlled robot armed with grenade launchers and Kalashnikov rifles. The RPG-26 rocket launcher and 7.62 mm general purpose machine gun can be integrated on the vehicle, which can reach a speed of 25 km per hour and can be directed up to 16 km range with LOS (line of sight) technology.

The UGV can be used for gathering intelligence, discovering and destroying fixed and mobile targets, firepower support, patrol and field protection missions.

It is equipped with optical-electronic and radio reconnaissance locators, which enable the Russian robot to perform combat tasks during the night without unmasking itself. Platform-M is a universal platform that can be supplies with a variety of defensive chassis and weaponry.

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Pakistani JF-17 pilot ejects. Illustration by Martin Baker



The pilot of a Pakistani Air Force (PAF) JF-17 fighter jet crashed earlier today marking the fifth such crash for a PAF aircraft this year.

In five crashes since January 2020, three pilots have died in two crashes while pilots in three other crashes have ejected safely.

A Pakistan Air Force (PAF) aircraft crashed near Pindigheb, Attock, on Tuesday, the PAF said in a statement adding "the pilot ejected safely. No loss of life or property has been reported on ground."

The PAF said that a board of inquiry has been ordered to investigate the cause of the crash which is the fifth such incident since the start of this year.

While the PAF did not identify the aircraft, ejection seat manufacturer, Martin Baker whose seats are installed in the JF-17 said in a Twitter post, “a Pakistan Air Force JF-17 aircraft crashed earlier today during a routine training mission, the pilot ejected successfully.”

“This marks the first JF-17 ejection, an aircraft that’s fitted with Martin-Baker PK16LE ejection seats,” the statement added.

With the pilot ejecting, it is clear indication of irrecoverable technical fault with the JF-17. This should come as bad news to the PAF which is depending upon the JF-17 as its main strike aircraft. A two seat version is under production while the single seat version is transitioning to the Block III standard which includes major upgrades to its radar, engine and avionics.

Two prototypes of the JF-17 Block III are reportedly under test and the aircraft is expected to enter mass production in 2021-22 timeframe.

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In March, a PAF F-16 aircraft crashed near Shakarparian in Islamabad during rehearsals for the March 23 parade. Wing Commander Nauman Akram was killed in the crash. A PAF trainer aircraft crashed on February 12 near Takht Bhai in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's Mardan district. It was the third PAF training aircraft to have crashed while on a routine training mission in less than two months.

In the same month, a PAF Mirage had crashed near the Lahore-Multan Motorway. Pilots in both cases had ejected safely. Earlier in January, a PAF aircraft had crashed near Mianwali. Both pilots – Squadron Leader Haris bin Khalid and Flying Officer Ibaadur Rehman – aboard the PAF FT-7 aircraft had lost their lives in the crash.

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