What I mean is, what happens the next day. All the events you suggest can be incorporated but which of those should be included and how exactly on lets the 29th FebruaryMy post is considering 2019 or even prior to that. Planning for any conflict with India keeps on evolving. I based mine on events and statements leading to 2019.
Where did you think my post was not in line with the time frame so that clarification can be given.
Agreed - but lets say for the sake of testing the systems out to the max - the escalation kept going. What happens next based on what you quoted? Who does what? If you tell me, I can try to simulate it.My take is that the PA needs more fortified/bunkerized infantry& artillery firebases/fobs in southern Punjab and Sind. This will add to security against any Indian mechanized threats as well as provide sites for air defense/surveillance. Just their presence will force IAF to deploy resources to attack them..... and they can serve as lores for PAF and SAM ambush's.
As IAF squadron strength diminishes....the dilution effect of theses sites would be greater and greater. Especially since any real escalation in a Indo-Pak conflict will be short....the big guys will intervene to prevent any nuclear exchange....or it will simply go nuclear.
Shouldn't require too much resources. Some bulldozers, some concrete, some infantry (with tons of ATGMs) and mortors/field howitzers. Most expensive parts would probably be the air dense and radars.