Pakistan Army Aviation HI-RES Images

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    Taken from Airliners.net

    Amazing shots!

    Alouette III

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    SA-330 Puma

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    SA-315B Lama

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    Eurocopter AS-550U-3

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    MI-17

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    Love the one with the craggy peaks in the background.
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    Bezerk ur outdoing yourself!
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    Galileo Avionica FalcoMale UAV alta

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    jasoos: Pakistans Indigenous UAV
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    Bezerk outstanding once again bro keep it up !
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    Hello whitepawn, thanks for posting the UAV pictures but I just want to point out to you that the Chinese AWACS picture you posted is not the Chinese AWACS Pakistan is buying. :) The one you showed is KJ-2000, but the one PAF is buying is KJ-200:
    http://www.ausairpower.net/KJ-200-AESA-AEWC-3S.jpg
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    According to Wikipedia, these choppers can carry anti-tank missiles and torpedoes. I have a hard time seeing how, unless the co-pilot has to carry them in his lap and drop them on the target.
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    first of all i want to salute u all who have posted beautyfull pics and why paf goes same awaca as enrieye KJ200 have same type of antena which enrieye has round antena is good or which enrieye has it is best
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    It may seem like that at first when you think about it, but the Lama is a descendant of the very first 'Operational' helicopter ever built, the H-13 'Sioux'. Which was mass produced and was recognized as the 'Bubble' helicopter all around the world.

    It's purpose was to be used as an 'Observation' helicopter but later on, a flash of genius turned the H-13 into a 'Medical Rescue' helicopter for a while. With two medical evacuation panniers and acrylic glass shield on top to protect the patients, the H-13 was turned into a life saver. It was known as the 'Angel of death' by the American troops in the Korean War because often times an unconscious wounded soldier would regain consciousness in one of the panniers and wouldn't be able to figure out where he was. Which lead them to believe that they died and were now being transported to the 'Other side' :P

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    H-13 as a 'Medevac'

    So anyway, the point is that if the 'Bubble' could carry two soldiers on each side during times of war, I'm pretty sure that it wouldn't be a problem for it to carry anti-submarine torpedoes or AT rockets after a little modification. Your idea about co-pilot carrying them torpedo's in his lap doesn't sound that bad though. That would be one fine cost-effective solution to that problem lol.
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    ^^^ That pretty much concludes PAFace's question.
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    Great brother..........thanks for sharing.......Always Proud to be a Pakistani
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    Ahh..Bezerk, you keep our pride high man, especially in times like these, keep it up brother, thanks a bunch for these rare yet excellent pictures. :tup:
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    Truly amazing. Thanks for sharing big boss........
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    Wow.... the picture quslity is also good.... I am going to have a few wallpapers atlast!