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Tipu7

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Is it just me or the 4th Milgem design is different?
All four vessels are same. There have been some updates in super structure following the choice of AAW package, but all these changes have been implemented already.
 
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This is above of me why waste tons of solid iron into the see , but not recycling that iron for new ones .
It’s hard to get proper naval targets to do exercises on, so using these as targets give valuable training and insight, moreover it’s not a waste, these sinkings are actually good for the environment. All fuel and other useful or hazardous material is removed prior to sinking, the metal hull becomes an artificial habitat for many marine animals. There’s hundreds of artificially made reefs with tanks, ships, aircraft and other hulls in the ocean.
 

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It’s hard to get proper naval targets to do exercises on, so using these as targets give valuable training and insight, moreover it’s not a waste, these sinkings are actually good for the environment. All fuel and other useful or hazardous material is removed prior to sinking, the metal hull becomes an artificial habitat for many marine animals. There’s hundreds of artificially made reefs with tanks, ships, aircraft and other hulls in the ocean.
You are totally right , but my point why we are wasting tons of iron, we can use the iron for construction of new ship, even not war ship .. it can used for commercial ship
 

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Assuming the ciws of these Tariq class will Go to danish opv ?? Or somewhere else, Two already went to the new tanker one in the front and one in the back

Pn had 10-12 phalanx ciws in its inventory of 1b version
 

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You are totally right , but my point why we are wasting tons of iron, we can use the iron for construction of new ship, even not war ship .. it can used for commercial ship
Ship hulls have a life, the iron on them cannot be used infinitely as overtime small but fatal cracks and impurities develop in them, these ships are now so old that the material likely isn’t usable without major repairs, at which point it would be easier to get new iron. Plus everything else in the ship is stripped, it’s just an empty skeleton, it’s use as a target is more valuable than its recycled value. Not all ships are ended this way, these naval ships are rather small compared to ocean liners and cargo ships that are always broken up to be recycled. 3000 tons vs 30000 tons, not much material in these.
 

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Chief of Defence Forces Kenya, General Robert Kariuki Kibochi visited Naval Headquarters, Islamabad and called on Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi.

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CNS ADM Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi visits National Defence University & addressed course participants of National Security & War Course


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Pakistan Navy Ship ZULFIQUAR (with embarked helicopter) visited the Port of Aqaba, Jordan, as part of Pakistan Navy overseas deployment to Mediterranean/ Red Sea. Upon arrival, ship was received by Head of Royal Jordanian Naval Force (RJNF) (Operations & Training Division), Defence Attaché of Pakistan in Jordan and RJNF Officers.
During stay at port, Mission Commander Commodore Syed Rizwan Khalid along with Commanding Officer PNS ZULFIQUAR Captain Rao Ahmed Imran Anwar called on Governor Aqaba Mr Mohammed Al Rafalah, Commissioner Jordan Maritime Commission Mr Mohammed Al Salman, Commissioner Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority Mr Nayef Al Bakeet and Director Aqaba Development Cooperation Mr Bashar Abu Rummani. During the interactions, matters of mutual interest were discussed and contribution of Pakistan Navy to regional peace and maritime security were acknowledged. The Mission Commander conveyed well wishes from Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi for the people of Jordan in general and RJNF in particular. During stay at Aqaba, Commander Royal Jordanian Naval Force Colonel Hisham Al Jarrah, Jordanian government Officials, Diplomats and RJNF Officers also visited PNS ZULFIQUAR.
A smartly clad contingent of Pakistan Navy participated in centennial celebrations of the Kingdom of Jordan at Naval Base Aqaba.
Upon departure, Pakistan Navy Ship conducted Passage Exercise with RJNF. Recent visit of Pakistan Navy Ship to Port Aqaba and participation in the centennial celebrations was reaffirmation of PN-RJNF collaboration and is expected to further foster brotherly relations between Pakistan and Jordan.


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Course Commissioning Parade of 115th Midshipmen and 23rd SSC was held at Pakistan Naval Academy (PNA), PNS RAHBAR, Manora Island, Karachi today.

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