Top 10 future weapons of pakistan

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    POF Eye GUN
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    Pakistan is the 2nd country in the whole world and the 1st one in the Islamic World who has such an advanced weapon system.
    POF Eye is a special-purpose hand-held weapon system similar in concept to the CornerShot that can fire weapons around corners. It was first revealed at the 5th International Defence Exhibition and Seminar (IDEAS 2008), held at the Karachi Expo Centre in November 2008. It is designed for SWAT and special forces teams in hostile situations, particularly counter-terrorism and hostage rescue operations. It allows its operator to both see and attack an armed target without exposing the operator to counter-attack.

    The POF Eye is available in several variations. It can be mounted with (i) a standard 9 mm semi-automatic pistol; (ii) a sub-machine gun or (iii) a grenade launcher. It includes a small high-resolution camera, laser sight and a colour LCD monitor, which can observe and view a target from various vantage points.The video camera enables forces to scan an area prior to pinpointing a target and broadcast the footage directly, in real time, to the operating team behind, or to a Command Post monitor. Its head can turn 75 degrees.
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    H-4 SOW
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    The H-4 SOW (Stand-Off Weapon) is a precision-guided glide bomb manufactured by Pakistan and deployed by the Pakistan Air Force, capable of striking targets at stand-off range. It has a terminal guidance system based on an infrared imaging seeker, which identifies the target during the final stage of flight. Designed to hit targets out to 120 km, the bomb may have the capability to evade radar.

    A lighter version of the H-4 has also been produced, the H-2 MUPSOW, which has a stated range of 60 km.
    Specifications

    Warhead High explosives
    Engine Solid propellant booster rocket
    Operational
    range 120 km
    Guidance
    system Electro-optical (infra-red imaging)
    Launch
    platform Combat aircraft
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    who the F*** is calling it super weapons man ,But these weapons r pakistan's war detterent weapons against india,that's what is
    required for all pakistani peoples :pakistan:
    BTW r u black blood of indiandefence forum?(sorry for the offtopic post)
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    which one plz specify clearly
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    Surface-to-surface missiles

    (i)Battlefield range ballistic missiles (BRBM)
    Abdali-2
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    Abdali-2: was successfully tested on March 11, 2011. It can carry nuclear weapons and can launch up to 180 km. The prime minister congratulated the scientists and said it will boost the capability of Pakistan's defence.

    II.Short range ballistic missiles (SRBM)
    Ghaznavi (missile)
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    Ghaznavi Missile is a short range ballistic missile (SRBM) with an optimal range of 290 km,[1] produced by Pakistan and named after the 11th century Afghan conqueror Mahmud of Ghazni. The missile has a length of 9.64m, diameter of 0.99 m, launch weight of 5256 kg and is powered by a single stage solid fuel rocket motor.[2] It is believed to be based on a Chinese design, the M-11 (NATO reporting name: CSS-7)

    Specifications
    Weight 5,256 kg
    Length 9.64 m
    Diameter 0.88 m
    Warhead Conventional high explosive or nuclear warhead
    Engine Single-stage solid fuel rocket motor
    Propellant Solid fuel
    Operational
    range 290 km
    Launch
    platform Transporter erector launcher (TEL)
    III.Medium range ballistic missiles (MRBM)
    Ghauri-II
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    The Ghauri-II is a medium-range ballistic missile (MRBM). A longer ranged variant of the Ghauri-I, it was developed by increasing the length of the motor assembly and using improved propellants.
    The Ghauri-II missile has a maximum range of 2,000 km (1,250 miles). It is 18.0 m in length, has a diameter of 1.35 m and a launch weight of 17,800 kg. Its payload is a single separating warhead weighing 1,200 kg, or as low as 750 kg for use at its maximum range[1]. This may used to carry a 250 kg warhead of a 15 to 30 kt yield nuclear, HE or sub-munition warhead. The missile uses a single-stage liquid propellant rocket motor.
    The Ghauri-II design improves accuracy by a employing mechanisms that spin the single booster stage and warhead combination approximately 10 seconds before the termination of the powered flight phase at 110 seconds.[3]. At this point, the warhead is then separated from the booster stage to fly on a re-entry trajectory that remains stable to its target, greatly enhancing the missile's accuracy. With the addition of GPS targeting the warhead accuracy is further enhanced.[3]
    Like most Pakistani missile systems, transporter erector launcher (TEL) vehicles are used to transport and launch Ghauri II.
    Specifications
    Weight 17,800 kg
    Length 18.00 m
    Diameter 1.35 m
    Warhead 1200 kg conventional or nuclear
    Engine Single-stage liquid propellant rocket motor
    Propellant Liquid fuel
    Operational
    range 2,000 km (with 1,200 kg payload)
    2,500 km (with 750 kg payload)
    Guidance
    system Inertial guidance system (INS), GPS satellite guidance
    Launch
    platform Transporter erector launcher (TEL)

    Shaheen-I
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    The Shaheen missile series, named after a species of falcon found in the mountains of Pakistan, was developed by NESCOM's National Defence Complex (NDC) of Pakistan. Shaheen I is also designated Hatf IV
    Shaheen I is a short-range ballistic missile (SRBM) with an optimal range of 750 km, while Shaheen II is a medium-range ballistic missile (MRBM) with an optimal range of 3000 - 3500 km propelled by a two stage solid fuel rocket motor. The Shaheen I can deliver either a conventional or a nuclear payload much faster than liquid fuelled missiles such as the Ghauri because it does not need to be fuelled before launch, reducing deployment time significantly.
    The Shaheen I and Shaheen II are believed to be very accurate;[3] Pakistani military sources state a CEP of 25 to 50 m can be achieved,[4] partly due to a "post-separation attitude correction system."[1] This system would allow the missile to modify its trajectory, improving accuracy and, along with the stealthy warhead shaping, giving some capability to evade missile defence systems. It is based on terminal guidance system technology, which improves warhead accuracy by firing small thrusters to adjust the warhead's trajectory and uses satellite navigation systems to help find the target. Such systems would allow the Shaheen to be used against strategic targets without requiring a nuclear warhead to ensure the target's destruction

    Specifications
    Weight 9,500 kg
    (Payload 250-500 kg)
    Length 12 m
    Diameter 1 m
    Warhead Conventional high-explosive or nuclear
    Engine Single-stage solid fuel rocket motor
    Propellant Solid fuel
    Operational
    range 750 km[1]
    Launch
    platform Transporter erector launcher (TEL)

    IVIntermediate range ballistic missiles (IRBM)
    Shaheen-II
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    The Shaheen-II (Urdu: شاهين) is an medium range ballistic missile (MRBM)[2][3] developed by NESCOM's National Defence Complex (NDC) of Pakistan. The Shaheen missile series is named after a white eagle that lives in the mountains of Pakistan.

    The Shaheen-II is an medium range ballistic missile (MRBM), a longer ranged variant of the Shaheen-I missile and currently the most advanced ballistic missile in service with the Pakistani Armed Forces. It uses a two-stage solid propellant rocket motor designed to carry conventional or nuclear payloads. The missile is stated to have a CEP of 50 m, achieved through the use of a post separation booster to provide terminal course correction.[4] It is transported and launched by a 6-axle transporter erector launcher (TEL). According to U.S. based analysts, a satellite image of a Pakistani missile production facility taken on 5 June 2005 shows fifteen 6-axle TELs being fitted out for the Shaheen 2 missile.[5]
    Shaheen-II was successfully test fired for the first time on March 9, 2004. At that time, the National Engineering and Science Commission (NESCOM) chairman Samar Mubarakmand stated that the missile was a two-stage rocket with diameter of 1.4 m, length of 17.5 m, weight of 25 tons and a range of 2,500 km.
    In February 2001 it was reported by Pakistan's Jang newspaper that the range of Shaheen II had been increased from 2,500 km to 3,500 km.[6]
    Re-entry vehicle
    The re-entry vehicle carried by the Shaheen-II missile has a mass of 1050 kg, which includes the mass of a nuclear warhead and a terminal guidance system.[7] The terminal guidance system is most likely a radar correlation terminal seeker, which allows the warhead to achieve a CEP in the range of 30–50 m (similar to the Pershing II missile [8]).
    This re-entry vehicle is unlike that of the Shaheen-I in that it has four moving delta control fins at the rear and small solid/liquid-propellant side thrust motors, which are used to orientate the re-entry vehicle after the booster stage is depleted or before re-entry to improve accuracy by providing stabilization during the terminal phase. This can also be used to fly evasive manoeuvres, making it immensely problematic for existing anti-ballistic missile (ABM) defence systems to successfully intercept the missile. The Shaheen-II warhead may change its trajectory several times during re-entry and during the terminal phase, effectively preventing ABM radar systems from pre-calculating intercept points. The re-entry vehicle is also stated to utilise a GPS satellite guidance system to provide updates on its position, further improving its accuracy and reducing the CEP.[9][10]
    Future developments
    According to Usman Siddique Sidhu, since deployment of the 2,500 km range Shaheen-II, a multiple independently targeted re-entry vehicle (MIRV) warhead system which may be first fielded on the Shaheen-II are under development.
    Specifications
    Weight 25,000 kg
    (Re-entry vehicle 1,050 kg)
    Length 17.5 m
    Diameter 1.4 m
    Warhead Conventional high-explosive or nuclear
    Engine Two-stage solid fuel rocket motor
    Operational
    range 2,500 km-3,500 km [1]
    Flight altitude 100-300km
    Guidance
    system Inertial navigation system
    GPS satellite guidance
    Launch
    platform Transporter erector launcher (TEL)
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    F-16Block 50/52 Plus
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    The Block 50/52 is the current production version of the F-16 Fighting Falcon. It features the Improved Performance Engines, either the F110-GE-129 for the Block 50 or the F100-PW-229 for the block 52.

    Structure & Avionics

    The standard avionics fit for the Block 50 includes:

    • Honeywell H-423 Ring Laser Gyro Inertial Navigation System (RLG INS) for rapid in-flight alignment;
    • GPS receiver;
    • Data Transfer Cartridge with a larger capacity (128KB) to accommodate the planned avionics growth;
    • Improved Data Modem for faster data transmission;
    • AN/ALR-56M advanced RWR;
    • AN/ALE-47 threat adaptive countermeasure system;
    • digital terrain system data transfer cartridge;
    • cockpit compatible with night vision systems;
    • advanced IFF interrogator;
    • Upgraded Programmable Display Generator (UPDG);
    • MIL-STD-1760 data bus for programming new-generation PGMs;
    • Horizontal Situation Display (HSD) for increased situational awareness and tactical flexibility on all missions.

    he Block 50/52 Plus is a version which has special provisions for the adverse weather delivery of the Boeing JDAM (Joint Direct Attack Munition). The update includes an add-on tail unit containing a synthetic aperture radar, providing guidance to 1,000lbs Mk.83, 2,000lbs Mk.84 and the 2,000lbs BLU-109 warhead. Other features include passive missile warning, terrain-referenced navigation, and provisions for the 600 US gal (2,271 litre) external fuel tanks and conformal fuel tanks.

    Other features of the aircraft include an on-board oxygen generating system (OBOGS), the AN/APX-113 advanced electronic interrogator/transponder IFF system, helmet-mounted cueing system (HMCS), ASPIS internal electronic countermeasures suite (full provisions), the Northrop Grumman APG-68(V)9 radar, which is the latest version of the F-16C/D radar. This radar features significant improvements in detection range, resolution, growth potential, and supportability. Furthermore, application of advanced processing techniques enhances the radar's ability to operate in dense electromagnetic environments and resist jamming better than all previous models.

    The V(9) version of the AN/APG-68 radar provides both improved air-to-air capabilities and air-to-ground capabilities. These include:

    • 30 percent increase in detection range;
    • Improvements in false alarm rate and mutual interference;
    • Four versus two tracked targets in the Situation Awareness mode (a search-while-track mode);
    • Larger search volume and improved track performance in Track While Scan mode;
    • Improved track performance in Single Target Track mode;
    • Two-foot resolution in new Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) mode, which allows autonomous delivery of precision, all-weather, standoff weapons;
    • Increased detection range in Sea Surveillance mode;
    • Improved target detection and map quality in Ground Moving Target Indication mode.
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    Pakistan's artillery & rocket system

    (I)SH1 self-propelled howitzer
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    The SH1 self-propelled howitzer was developed by NORINCO for the export market. Development of this artillery system commenced in 2002. It was first revealed in 2007. Details of this artillery system were released at the same time as were details of the smaller SH2 122-mm truck-mounted howitzer. Pakistan acquired approximately 90 SH-1 truck-mounted howitzers. It may also enter service with the Chinese Army in the near future.
    The SH1 is armed with a 155-mm / L52 howitzer. It is compatible with all standard 155-mm NATO ammunition, as well as ammunition developed by NORINCO. Claimed maximum range of fire is 53 km which was achieved with a rocket assisted V-LAP projectile using charge zone 10. In addition this artillery system is able to use indigenous precision guided munitions, based on the Russian Krasnopol technology.
    Ammunition box of the SH-1 artillery system houses 25 rounds of seven different types and their modular charges.
    Before firing a large spade is lowered to the ground. It provides more stable firing platform.
    The SH1 is fitted with a computerized fire control system, navigation, positioning and targeting systems. Vehicle receives target information from artillery command vehicle.
    Secondary armament consists of a 12.7-mm machine gun, mounted on top of the roof.
    Vehicle has a crew of five. An armored driving cab provides protection against small arms fire and artillery shell splinters.
    The SH1 artillery system uses 6x6 truck chassis. Vehicle can be airlifted by most medium transport aircraft.
    A complete SH-1 regiment comprises 24 truck-mounted howitzers, four battery command post vehicles, one battalion command post vehicle, one meteorological radar, four 6x6 wheeled reconnaissance vehicles and one artillery locating radar.

    (II)A-100 MRL Multiple launch rocket system


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    The Chinese A-100 multiple launch rocket system was first observed in 2002. In many aspects it is similar to the Russian 9K58 Smerch, however manufacturers insist that it is completely different. It is worth mentioning that China received a small number of Smerch artillery rocket systems in 1997. The A-100 was trialed by the PLA, however a PHL03 was selected. Some sources claim, that the A-100 was exported to Tanzania.
    This long-range artillery system is intended to attack important ground targets, such as airfields, command centers, radar stations, artillery or missile batteries, concentrations of troops and vehicles.
    The A-100 artillery rocket system has 10 launching tubes for 300-mm rockets (the original Smerch has 12). Chinese manufacturers claim that the A-100 is not compatible with the 300-mm rockets of the Smerch. They also insist that rockets use different propellant motors and components. A standard rocket is 7.3 m long and weights 840 kg. A variety of warheads are available, including various HE-fragmentation, fuel-air explosive, and cargo warheads. It is claimed that the A-100 MLRS has a maximum range of 120 km, versus 90 km of improved Russian Smerch. Minimum range of fire is 40 km. Rockets are fitted with a range and direction correction system for improved accuracy.
    It takes 8 minutes to prepare a launch vehicle for firing. After all rocket are launched it leaves firing position within 2 minutes. Launcher vehicle is fitted with a GPS system, to provide a real-time positioning data. This system can launch single rockets or full salvo.
    A launch vehicle is based on the Wanshan WS-2400 8x8 heavy high mobility truck chassis. Vehicle is fitted with a central tyre inflation system and has a good cross-country mobility.
    A battery of the A-100 MLRS comprises a launch vehicle, reloading vehicle and command vehicle. The reloading vehicle is fitted with a crane and carries a full set of reload rockets. Launching vehicle is reloaded within 20 minutes. Reloading usually takes place away from firing position, to avoid counter battery fire.
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    pakistan' naval ships

    MRTP-33 missile boats
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    In November, 2006 the Pakistan Navy ordered two MRTP-33 missile boats from Yonca-Onuk shipyards of Turkey. The first will be delivered in 2008. The Navy has an overall requirement of eight MRTP-33s.
    Yonca Onuk will begin integration of Chinese C-705 anti-ship Missile onboard Pakistani MRTP-33.

    USS McInerney (FFG-8)PNS Alamgir

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    In September 2008 the US Congress approved the transfer of the frigate to Pakistan with a delivery date of August 2010.[5] Citing the Foreign Assistance Act and the Arms Export Control Act, Pakistan is considered a "major non-NATO ally", able to receive older unneeded US military equipment. Additionally, the 32-year old frigate will be given a US$65 million refurbishment including anti-submarine capability paid for with foreign military aid provided by the U.S. to friendly countries.[6][7]
    PNS Alamgir will receive a mostly mechanical overhaul, which has to be conducted in the US as part of the deal. All four diesels were removed and overhauled, along with air conditioning units and refrigeration. Fuel oil tanks and voids were cleaned, inspected, repaired and painted. All shafting was removed and renovated. The controllable pitch propeller system was overhauled. Sea valves were removed and either repaired or replaced, and almost every pump was opened and inspected and overhauled as needed. Ventilators and fans went through a similar process of inspection and overhaul. Breakers, NR3 switchboard, windlass, and boat davit all got inspections and overhauls. Completely new equipment includes a new navigation suite and bridge, the composite dome over the fully overhauled AN/SQS-56 sonar, and a VIP cabin.
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    Pakistan's tactical nukes

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    MINI BOMB, MAX THREAT : Tactical nuclear weapons are low-yield nuclear warheads, ranging from 0.1 kiloton to 10-15 kiloton; generally deployed along frontlines

    Pakistan’s Nuclear program has been Uranium based. The Chinese Nuclear program is Plutonium based. Pakistan‘s Uranium based program was based on enriching Uranium using Gas Centrifuges–cheaper technology which none of the other Atomic powers had used before. After perfecting the larger Uranium based devices, now Pakistan has begun to miniaturize its weapons using Plutonium based bombs.

    Pakistan’s fourth reactor at the Khushab military facility is problematic for Bharat. This stops Delhi from invading Pakistan. Pakistan has the capability to add at least eight to 10 such weapons each year. Apparently the Pakistan are following the Chinese model of owning low-yield nuclear weapons. These tactical nukes are the “Cold Start” buster mechanism which will provide the Pakistani military a flexible response in case of an escalation with India and allow it to dominate.
    Once Khushab is up to speed, Pakistan will be able to produce 35 Plutonium based tactical nuclear weapons per year.

    With the OBL incursion, Pakistan has been forced to consider other options. One of the options is to disperse the the older weapons deeper into Pakistan and diversify their locations. Another strategy is to miniaturize the weapons, so that they can be holed up in caves, and underground structures, away from praying satellite images. With CIA spies running rampant in Pakistan–the miniaturized weapons will deter a large scale attack either by Bharat or any other country.

    The term tactical nuclear weapon (TNW) is used to describe smaller versions of nuclear weapons with relatively low destructive capabilities and an impact radius confined to a limited area as against conventional nuclear warheads which can wipe out an entire city.
    Lower-yield versions or miniaturised nuclear weapons can be used to inflict damage on strategic military deployments of the enemy. Hence, TNWs are often referred to as battlefield nuclear weapons or baby nukes. Since the damage is localised or confined to a certain area, the danger of impacting on the civilian population is greatly reduced as compared to a strategic nuclear weapon of the Hiroshima kind.

    The TNWs include a broad range of atomic explosive devices like nuclear artillery shells, nuclear landmines and nuclear warheads which can be air-dropped from planes, launched on missiles or fired from artillery guns. The yield of these warheads, measured in terms of kiloton (kt), varies from 0.1 kt to 10-15 kt. A nuclear explosion of a 5-kt yield is estimated to spread total destruction in a little over a one-mile radius.

    So far, only the US and Russia are known to possess TNWs. The US is believed to have about 2,000 of them, of which around 1,700 are supposedly deployed on the mainland and the rest across bases in Europe. The Russians, on the other hand, are suspected to have about 15,000 TNWs including the ones that are deployed, stored or are in the process of being decommissioned. However, the third most prominent player is China, which is suspected to have about 120 TNWs. It is from this stock that some warheads are believed to have been delivered to Pakistan. India does possess strategic nuclear missiles but does not have TNWs.

    This perhaps explains Islamabad's nuclear rhetoric. Pakistan is suspected to have 20-30 nuclear warheads but it is not known how many TNWs it has managed to obtain. Significantly, in the past, Pakistani officials have often reiterated that TNWs are part of their nuclear deterrence policy.
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    PAKISTAN'S Cyberwarfare

    Pakistan Cyber Army
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    Cyberwarfare refers to politically motivated hacking to conduct sabotage and espionage. It is a form of information warfare sometimes seen as analogous to conventional warfare although this analogy is controversial for both its accuracy and its political motivation.
    Cyberwarfare has been defined by government security expert Richard A. Clarke, in his book Cyber War (May 2010), as "actions by a nation-state to penetrate another nation's computers or networks for the purposes of causing damage or disruption.

    On December 4 2010, a group calling itself the Pakistan Cyber Army hacked the website of India's top investigating agency, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The National Informatics Center (NIC) has begun an inquiry

    In May 2010, In response to Indian Cyber Army defacing Pakistani websites, 1000+ Indian websites were defaced by PakHaxors, TeaMp0isoN, UrduHack & ZCompany Hacking Crew, among those were the Indian CID website, local government of Kerala, Box Office of Indian, Brahmos missile website, Indian HP helpdesk, Indian Institute of Science, and The Indian Directorate General of Shipping

    PAKISTAN ' CYBER ARMY would a play a hidden role in future war for pakistan,starting from hacking ,espionage & data theft
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    Pakistan 's predicted 5th gen aircraft
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    PAF recently sent a group of represenatives to CAC. They looked at a few designs for their 4th gen, and in general they were pretty satisfied."

    Chengdu has an export pre-4th gen (5th gen in US/Russian standard)designated as J-2X.Pakistan and third world countries have demands for it. Of course, 611 can expect to get some order from Chinese air force also. It is about the size of F-35, and the design has already been presented to Pakistan."

    China agree to give J-20/FC-20 5th Generation Stealth Fighter to Pakistan" Ahmad Mukhtar Pakistani Defence Minister Said after returning from China.

    The J-20 is a single-seat, twin-engine aircraft, bigger and heavier than the Sukhoi T-50 and the F-22. Comparison with ground-service vehicles points to an overall length of 75 ft. and a wingspan of 45 ft. or more, which would suggest a takeoff weight in the 75,000-80,000-lb. class with no external load. That in turn implies a generous internal fuel capacity. The overall length is close to that of the 1960s General Dynamics F-111, which carries 34,000 lb. of fuel.

    The J-20 has a canard delta layout (like Chengdu’s J-10) with two canted, all-moving vertical stabilizers (like the T-50) and smaller canted ventral fins. The stealth body shaping is similar to that of the F-22. The flat body sides are aligned with the canted tails, the wing-body junction is clean, and there is a sharp chine line around the forward fuselage. The cant angles are greater than they are on the Lockheed Martin F-35, and the frameless canopy is similar to that of the F-22.

    The engines are most likely members of the Russian Saturn AL-31F family, also used on the J-10. The production version will require yet-to-mature indigenous engines. The inlets use diverterless supersonic inlet (DSI) technology, first adopted for the F-35 but also used by Chengdu on the J-10B—the newest version of the J-10—and the Sino-Pakistani JF-17 Thunder

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    there are many speculations & views on it in every pakistan's blogspot ,but no official confirmation or deal signed ,but in case any one has the link on it kindly post it ok
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    SO folks this concludes my list till now ,hope pak members would update this thread in future in case i m banned :angel:
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    This is the wrong version. The MBRL that PA has is the updated A-100 with 12 rocket tubes instead of just 10.

    A-100 MRL
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    A-100 MRL During Azm-e-Nau Exercise:
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    Lol...you won't be banned...