Yes this picture is no less than Three year old and despite repeated requests by me and others, the member is prone to copy paste anything he sees on social media pages... people should just stick to their own fields.i think this pic is older when they were testing new refueling systems sir .
So you need 2 planes to operate the H2 / H4 ? Not very efficient in the number of planes you need to operate 1 missile - that is why having planes with more hardpoints and more powerful engines is so important for strike missions and why the H2/H4 may need to go out of service and replaced with more capable precision guided munitions that require few aerial assets to deliver a mission outcome. They maybe able to address this on the JF17 Block III with a chin-mount and the RD-93MA engine. I dont think/know if the H2/H4 will be mounted on the JF17 ( on the wings since they are now rated to be able to do 2,000lb bombs now .. ) or not. Depends on how much life and military value there is left in the H2/H4 given that it is guided to its target by an operator.