Friday, October 30, 2020

Pakistan Navy

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Concepts: ‘Littoral Mission Vessels’

they are multi-mission-capable: anti-ship/surface warfare, anti-sub warfare, and anti-air warfare. However, these LMVs may not include decks and hangars for helicopters (though in some cases, they might -- depends). It'd be interesting if we could design something like the SIGMA 7310 or Dearsan C74 in Pakistan. If we apply the same commercial build standards of the OPV 1900, such ships might be low cost enough to procure in numbers to deliver ASW coverage and distribute land-attack/anti-ship capabilities in our littoral waters.

Strategic calculations behind Pakistan’s pursuit of Sea-based nuclear deterence

India’s fast growing ASW capabilities and their possible aggressive use may fundamentally change the strategic picture and result in instability by endangering the survivability of undersea nuclear forces.

Pakistan Navy Commissions Two Ships

Two Small Tanker Utility Ships (STUS) named Madadgar and Rasa-Dgar were commissioned in the Pakistan Navy last Tuesday, while the PNS Alamgir has been formally inducted to the fleet of the Pakistan Navy in a ceremony that was impressively...

Construction of Fast Attack Craft starts for Pakistan Navy

On Tuesday, China formally started the manufacturing of two state-of-the-art fast attack missile crafts for the Pakistan Navy. These crafts are an addition to a couple of naval frigates which are being built for the strategic partner. The ceremony...

Pakistan Navy inducts American-made Orion marine surveillance aircraft in to its aviation fleet

Pakistani naval officials confirmed today that they have added one Lockheed P-3 Orion long-range surveillance aircraft to their aviation fleet. The aircraft was supplied to the Pakistan Navy by the US, under the Security Assistance Programme (SAP) program of...

PAF and PN are Active in Rain Affected areas of Karachi

Pakistan Navy’s rescue and relief operation continued in flash flooded areas of Karachi. PN Emergency Response teams conducted various activities which include; Rescue operation at Clifton underpass and evacuated several persons to safe places. Recovered 5 x dead bodies trampled under collapsed wall near Dalmia Millennium Mall area. Distributed hundreds of ration bags and cooked meals at Dalmia, Saddar, Jacob Lane, Nursery and Bazartha Lane areas. Established emergency Medical camp at Pangrio, District Badin and treated over 500 patients. On the special instructions of Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan, Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force, PAF Bases situated in Karachi are actively participating in relief operations in the rain affected areas. Pakistan Air Force besides actively participating in relief efforts in flood like situation in some parts of the city is also reaching out to the needy families whose houses have been inundated in the natural calamity. As a humanitarian gesture, ration packs carrying basic food items and commodities such as flour, rice, sugar, oil, pulses etc were distributed amongst over 1000 needy families of the worst hit areas in the recent torrential rains. In the first phase ration packs were delivered in various low lying areas in the vicinity of PAF Base Faisal and PAF Base Masroor, including Grex, Masroor Colony, Budhni Goth, Haji Muhammad Goth, Musharraf Colony, Bilal Colony, Shah Faisal Colony and Al-Falah Society.