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Iraqi Army receives Talha APCs.

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The Multi-National Security Transition Command-Iraq (MNSTC-I) recently finalised the distribution to the Iraqi Army of Pakistan's Heavy Industry Taxila (HIT)-manufactured Talha tracked armoured personnel carriers (APCs).

HIT signed a contract with the Iraqi Ministry of Defence in November 2004 for delivery of 44 Talhas, 60 Al Mohafiz Security Vehicles and 300 Aahan Armoured Guard Posts.

The total value of the contract is about USD31 million.

Following initial deliveries in March 2005, the Iraqi Army distributed 14 Talhas to its 3rd Division, which is responsible for security in north-western Iraq, while the remaining 30 vehicles have been issued to 9th Mechanised Division based in Taji near Baghdad.
Iraq is the first export confirmed customer for the amphibious Talha. Equipped with mounts for 7.62 mm or 12.7 mm machine guns, the Talha APC was developed by HIT based on the BAE Systems Ground Systems Division (formerly United Defense) M113 APC manufactured in Pakistan on licence.

HIT said it has introduced about 90 design changes to increase the vehicle's capabilities. Reports from Pakistan suggest that the Pakistani Army placed a contract in 2002 for 250 Talhas that were to be delivered in 2005 and 2006. Until recently no confirmation of the Talha APC's production had been available.

In the interim, an undisclosed unit of the 1st Division, Iraqi Intervention Force (IIF) has become the first confirmed foreign user of the Mohafiz 4 x 4 armoured cars, also developed and manufactured by HIT.

Although the first example of the Mohafiz was based on a Toyota Land Cruiser chassis, the vehicles for the IIF were built on a Land Rover 110 chassis.

The overall shape of the hull also differs slightly from that of the Toyota Land Cruiser chassis. The Mohafiz can carry eight people and is equipped with up to 10 firing ports in its welded aluminium hull. The vehicle has a bulletproof windscreen and run flat tyres. A manually operated one-person turret armed with a 7.62 mm PK machine gun and a two-part roof hatch are mounted on the forward part of the roof.

Iraqi Army divisions have also received some 100 Aahan Armoured Guard Posts, while the remaining 200 will be distributed over the course of the next couple months, MNSTC-I sources said.

some detailed info on the Talha order to Iraq
apparantly the iraqis were not happy with the Al-Muhafiz security vehicles and the order was cancelled after 30 were delivered.
 

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Please mention those equipments/Hardware/Aircraft etc which France/USA/etc offers but due to any reason refused/rejected/Or not capable to buy.
 

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Transfers of major conventional weapons: sorted by supplier. Deals with deliveries or orders made for year range 2012 to 2012.

Note: The ‘No. delivered/produced’ and the ‘Year(s) of deliveries’ columns refer to all deliveries since the beginning of the contract. Deals in which the recipient was involved in the production of the weapon system are listed separately. The ‘Comments’ column includes publicly reported information on the value of the deal. Information on the sources and methods used in the collection of the data, and explanations of the conventions, abbreviations and acronyms, can be found at URL <http://www.sipri.org/contents/armstrad/at_data.html>. The SIPRI Arms Transfers Database is continuously updated as new information becomes available.

Source: SIPRI Arms Transfers Database

from China

ordered....weapon...............type..................start.......delivery..............delivered.............comments.................................
(70) C-802/CSS-N-8 Anti-ship missile (2005) 2009-2011 (50) For Jiangwei (F-22P) frigates
(100) R-440 Crotale SAM (2005) 2009-2012 (80) For Jiangwei (F-22P) frigates;HQ-7(FM-
80) version
(600) PL-12/SD-10 BVRAAM (2006) 2010-2012 (225) For JF-17 and possibly modernized Mirage-3/5 combat aircraft
(900) PL-5E SRAAM (2006) 2009-2012 (510) JF-17 combat aircraft; PL-5E-II version
(50) C-802/CSS-N-8 Anti-ship missile (2008) 2012 (10) For JF-17 combat aircraft
(750) LS-3 Guided bomb (2008) 2010-2012 (250) For JF-17 combat aircraft
(750) LS-6-500 Guided bomb (2008) 2010-2012 (550) For JF-17 combat aircraft
(750) LT-2 Guided bomb (2008) 2010-2012 (250) For JF-17 combat aircraft
(100) WMD-7 Aircraft EO system (2008) 2009-2012 (70) For JF-17 combat aircraft
(4) ZDK-03 AEW&C aircraft (2008) 2011-2012 (2) $278 m deal
(30) C-802/CSS-N-8 Anti-ship missile (2010) 2012 (15) For Azmat FAC
(50) CM-400AKG Anti-ship missile (2010) 2012 (10) For JF-17 combat aircraft

from Pakistan
Red Arrow-8 Anti-tank missile (1989) 1990-2012 (21350) Pakistani designation Baktar Shikan
QW-1 Vanguard Portable SAM (1993) 1994-2012 (1650) Pakistani designation Anza-2
(500) Type-90-2/MBT-2000 Tank (1998) 2001-2012 (298) MBT-2000 (Al Khalid or P-90) version
(150) JF-17 Thunder/FC-1 FGA aircraft (1999) 2007-2012 (61) Developed for Pakistan; incl production of components and assembly in Pakistan; incl 8 mainly for testing and first 42 production version ordered 2009 for $800 m.
(4) F-22 Frigate (2005) 2009-2010 (3) $500-750 m deal; F-22P version; incl 1 produced in Pakistan; Pakistani designation Zulfiquar, delivery 2009-2013.
(36) A-100 300mm Self-propelled MRL (2008) 2010-2012 (36)
(2) Azmat FAC (2010) 2012 (1) Incl 1 produced in Pakistan
(6) Type-041/Yuan Submarine (2011) Designation uncertain; contract probably not yet signed

from France
(16) PA6 Diesel engine (2005) 2009-2010 (12) For 4 F-22 (Zulfiquar) frigates from China; 16PA6 version; possibly from Chinese production line.
(2) MESMA AIP engine (2007) For modernization of 2 Agosta-90B submarines

from Germany
(4) DSQS-23 ASW sonar (2005) 2009-2010 (3) For 4 F-22 (Zulfiquar) frigates from China.

from Italy
(200) Aspide-2000 SAM (2007) 2010-2012 (150) Part of EUR415 m deal for Spada-2000 SAM systems.
(10) Spada-2000 SAM system (2007) 2010-2012 (8) EUR415 m deal; Spada-2000 Plus version; delivery 2010-2013.

from Russia
(150) RD-33 Turbofan (2004) 2007-2012 (61) RD-93 version; for JF-17 combat aircraft from China.

from Spain
(2) ATR-72 Transport aircraft (2012) Second-hand; delivery 2013.

from Sweden
RBS-70 Portable SAM (1985) 1988-2012 (700) Incl RBS-70 Mk-3 version.
(150) MFI-17 Supporter Trainer aircraft (2001) 2001-2012 (126) Super Mushshak version.

from Turkey
Panter 155mm Towed gun (2009) 2011-2012 (40)

from Ukraine
(315) 6TD Diesel engine (2002) 2004-2012 (295) $150 m deal; for MBT-2000 (Type-90-2 or Al Khalid) tanks from China.

from USA
(40) T-37B Trainer aircraft (2003) 2009-2012 (40) Ex-US; aid; possibly modernized before delivery; probably 19 more for spares.
(7) P-3CUP Orion ASW aircraft (2005) 2007-2012 (7) Ex-US P-3C rebuilt to P-3CUP in USA (paid with $970 m US 'SAP' aid); first 2 delivered without complete systems (to be installed later).
(500) AIM-120C AMRAAM BVRAAM (2007) 2010-2012 (224) $265 m deal; AIM-120C-5 version; for F-16 combat aircraft.
(35) AN/APG-68 Combat ac radar (2007) 2012 (10) AN/APG-68(V)9 version; for 'Mid-Life Update' (MLU) modernization of 35 F-16A combat aircraft to F-16C (F-16AM or F-16MLU).
(550) M-113 APC (2010) Ex-US; M-113A2 version; aid
(10) AN/APG-68 Combat ac radar (2011) AN/APG-68(V)9 version; for 'Mid-Life Update' (MLU) modernization of 10 F-16A combat aircraft to F-16C (F-16AM or F-16MLU).
(5) DB-110 Aircraft recce system (2011) Part of $72m deal; for F-16 combat aircraft
(2) P-3CUP Orion ASW aircraft (2012) Ex-US P-3C rebuilt to P-3CUP in USA; status uncertain.
 

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STOCKHOLM - Pakistan spent $735 million on import of arms in 2015, making it the tenth largest arms importer in the world.

According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) report, Pakistan slipped one place on the list of global arms importers as imports fell from $752million in 2014 to $735million last year.
However, the imports were significant enough to earn Pakistan a spot on the list of top global arms importer.

China and US remain the largest exporters of arms to Pakistan.
While the country imported arms worth $565m from China in 2015, showing a year-on-year increase of approximately 70 per cent from $394million in 2014, US exports to Pakistan declined sharply in 2015 from $189m in 2014 to $66m last year.

Pakistan remained the largest market for Chinese military goods as it accounted for 35 per cent of total China arms sales, followed by Bangladesh and Myanmar.

Despite losing its spot as the top global arms importer to Saudi Arabia, Pakistan’s next door neighbour India remained one of the largest arms importers with imports of arms worth $3.078 Billion.
 

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Interesting, we are already reaching 150 jf-17 production (that includes jf-17b + those built for Burma + Nigeria).

Is there more engines on the way?
 

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Thank you very much honorable sir fatman17 and Mr. Quasar .
You have done a great, comprehensive, job for putting a lot of time, research,study,struggle in finding ,making a full,large size List of all weapons that Pakistan Army got in the past.
May I request to research,make and upload a list of weapons that Pakistan Army got in recent years like from 2001 until 2019.Which may include jet fighters, missiles, aircrafts,helicopters,gunships,radars,tank,canons, ships,frigates, etc.I am a non-militiar patriotic Pakistani since last 27 years in north america.I always pray for a clean,safe, justified Pakistan, as a super power, in the world today.
There are data on wikipedia about weapons by Pakistan Army but Wikipedia data is incorrect, incomplete,wrong and outdated. Wikipedia loaded more data for India than Pakistan.
 
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Thank you very much honorable sir fatman17 and Mr. Quasar .
You have done a great, comprehensive, job for putting a lot of time, research,study,struggle in finding ,making a full,large size List of all weapons that Pakistan Army got in the past.
May I request to research,make and upload a list of weapons that Pakistan Army got in recent years like from 2001 until 2019.Which may include jet fighters, missiles, aircrafts,helicopters,gunships,radars,tank,canons, ships,frigates, etc.I am a non-militiar patriotic Pakistani since last 27 years in north america.I always pray for a clean,safe, justified Pakistan, as a super power, in the world today.
There are data on wikipedia about weapons by Pakistan Army but Wikipedia data is incorrect, incomplete,wrong and outdated. Wikipedia loaded more data for India than Pakistan.
Will try
 

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That looks a raelly handy thing for point defense....

Another thing, on page 21, there is mention of conversion of 105mm T-59 turrets to 100mm for FC. Any idea why change the caliber?
Tons of ammo still available and fc or in mountains it’s not tank on tank battle but tanks use as quick on demand artillery so just use 100 mm which go upto 2-3km as penetrator against hardened target and twice against soft
 

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