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Some Divs are lucky, however, a US Army infantry Div is much more heavier in terms of formations, mobility and firepower when compared with PA Inf Divs.
They have the economy to do that though. Had the zadaris and sharifs not been in power after Musharraf, then the economy would've been much stronger. It wouldn't have been plundered like it was.
 

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They have the economy to do that though. Had the zadaris and sharifs not been in power after Musharraf, then the economy would've been much stronger. It wouldn't have been plundered like it was.

Don't worry there are DHA's and Fauji foundation to run the military. Economy is for poor. **** mil industrial complex is immune to all the corruption and politics.
 

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Some views on M-901 ITV.

Can used in the scouts to recon the forward positions. In the defense, the vehicle is normally dug into the ground deep enough that only the tubes showed, and when providing over watch, the height helped with the location with far away targets up to 4 Km away. The vehicle could be taken out with 50 cal and larger. Firing 7.62 at an M113 doesnt penetrate it. These are extremely venerable to land mines. M-901 has 12 missiles on board and could dig in more missiles under the vehicle. The thermal sights are excellent and all battlefield smoke and prosperous could be seen through. The prosperous would blind you at first but it would settle down fairly quickly. If the system is in the "Stow" position, it will take forever to reload it. If the system is pointed directly to the front, it can be reloaded under two minutes.

The loader has to get both missiles up in one minute. The gunner has to bring the turret into the load position. The loader has expelled the empty missile containers, and he has to shove the missiles upward in an 45 degree angle. The gunner returns the launcher into the firing position. The gunner puts a cross-hair from the sight on to a target, ant the missile follows it.
 

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@PanzerKiel heard from an engrs officer that the M47 AVLBs are very unreliable and breakdown often especially around areas such as bahwalpur since they are air-cooled.
Imagine 3rd gen AKs getting delayed because of 50s M47s.
 

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There are alot many items from 50s and 60s we are still using. Try imagining them. But then, we have to make the most of it.
Arty, perhaps has the highest percentage of that, but then there isn't much difference. M109 is proving to be more successful and reliable than the much more modern German and Polish SPH.
In case of AVLBs I don't think you can afford a breakdown. The outcome of a battle does not depend as much on any other system as these AVLBs.
Imagine 26 mech not being able to deploy its AKs because of M47s. All those YouTube spec comparisons will have to wait then

I'd rather convert one year's AK production to the AVLB version and I believe one batch would be almost enough.
 
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