Friday, October 30, 2020

Pakistan Navy

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Steel cutting ceremony of 2nd Milgem Corvette held at KS&EW – June 2020

| These MIGEM class corvettes were to be built under transfer of technology with Turkish company. These Corvettes will be state-of-the-art Surface platform equipped with modern surface, subsurface and anti-air weapons, sensors and Combat Management System.

Construction of Pak Navy’s first MILGEM-class ship begins

The construction of Pakistan Navy's first MILGEM-class ship has started in Turkey. The inaugural ceremony to this effect was held at Istanbul Naval Shipyard. The state-of-the-art ship will be equipped with modern weaponry and sensors. Under the transfer of technology agreement signed between Pakistan and Turkey, two of the four ships will be constructed at Karachi shipyard. A spokesperson of Pakistan Navy said that the domestic construction of the ships will help promote shipbuilding industry. The spokesperson said the construction of MILGEM-class ships reflects the strong bonds that exist between Pakistan and Turkey.

PNS:YARMOOK-CLASS CORVETTE

| All you need to know about Navy's new Damen built OPV. Courtesy of our Research Partner "Quwa Group"

Naval Chief modernises Pakistan Navy to meet Non-Traditional Threats

| Chief of the Pakistan Navy, Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi discusses how he is expanding the capabilities and operational outputs of his navy at a time of increasing strategic instability in Pakistan’s regions of interest.

Satellite Imagery shows Pakistan Navy’s secret Sub for SOF

P.N may have developed an X-Craft for SEAL's (SSGN) insertion. A 55ft long with 8-pax capacity, Mystery Sub has been kept so secret that the only image showing it's existence is from 2016. It's details & specification are still kept as best secret & nothing exists in public domain to date.