As far as I know Murid is primarily a UAV base. I imagine it can used as an FOB but I don't think it's equipped to handle mirages and f16s. Why not Sargodha?I really just had thoughts in mind - but, this could be fun if we gave our own spin provided we make it interesting.
while we don’t need to do 16 narratives , I recall the flight sim thing I did years before through a friend where we kept changing scenarios to see what would happen with screenshots thrown in.
After all, if this sim is good enough for BaE and their customers it should be for the discerning tastes of PDF?
What say ye @JamD @HRK @Dazzler @krash @The Eagle @PanzerKiel @Signalian @Foxtrot Alpha @LeGenD @Bilal. ? Again, when you have nothing better to do and the other "F-16V are coming" discussions finally get tiresome?
One can just start off with the next "opening scenario" - whatever you wish to paint it and lets see how it comes out.
Eliminate the three (3) Forward Operating Bases near the border in southern Kashmir and northern Punjab. FOBs Serpent, Hydra, and Harpy are already located for striking.
In addition, engage Indian armored and mechanized forces that have crossed the border. Their exact locations are unknown, however they are reported to be East of Lahore, near Shakargarr, and near Hadali.
Using aircraft based at PAF Murid, Minhas, and Skardu, neutralize all stated high value targets as well as other threats such as SAMs and Indian CAP aircraft. In addition, a Hatf 7 cruise missile battery is available for use.
6x Mirage IIIO (F/A)
1x Falcon 20 OECM
8x JF-17 Blk. 3
1x Saab 2000 AEW&C
4x Mirage 5F
Do the same for enemy forces - where and how many and then let the sims algorithms do the rest.
I reckon it might be more fun than the usual hyperboles we get??
For all interested - lets do a cut off time for entries by 11AM PST 5/16 and then Ill enter into the sim to generate the outcome
Also speaking of UAVs, I reckon those will play a role too. I find it weird that ISPR announced am armed UAV test back in 2015 and total silence ever since. Maybe it's just that we tested an import and have been trying to make a local version ever since. Or that we do have a deployed capability that we choose not to advertise (like our EW). If it's a 2024 timeframe I expect Burraqs, Shapar Is and IIs, to form the first wave of intelligence gathering/decoy/strike package, especially since Murid is right there.