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Discussion in 'Pakistan Strategic Forces' started by Windjammer, Jan 26, 2017.
Rough translation from the only real relevant part of the broadcast.
The missile tested to 450km to target range from a mobile device or platform in the Indian Ocean.
Very rough translation.
The mere reporting by the Russian media is causing the neighbours to go into a melt down.
It's seldom that Russian media carries out reports on Pakistani missile tests.
India is becoming self reliable and capable in weapon system. Where as Pakistan 24 hours need some one to make their claims and their weapon industry work. Even they don't believe their own media unless until some white media reports
LOL The irony is that your own media has frantically reported Pakistan's missile tests like they are about to disappear from the face of the earth.
Can't handle it anymore.
Self reliable shupa powa!!!!
There is broad agreement in Indian strategic community is that the SLCM test by Pakistan didn't happened.
..really they r shupaa pawaa..lol but too smelly
Pakistan will test slbm version of Ababeel
Who cares about broad or narrow agreement of Indian Strategic Community.
Actually we are very content with our capabilities which causes major heartburn across the border, however since this causes an acute indigestion problem for our neighbours and the easy escape for them is asking for some other neutral source and who better for Bharti Basanti other than Mr Moscow.
As for India becoming self reliable, oh well, here's a small example ,,,,for even a basic trainer, you have to settle for something which first flew in 1966.
Indian Air Force: 75, as of April 2014 some 35 PC-7 Mk II have been delivered.
Role Light trainer aircraft
Manufacturer Pilatus Aircraft
First flight 12 April 1966 (prototype)
18 August 1978 (production)
And there's also broad agreement in Indian military community that DRDO is Pakistan's secret weapon.....Agreed. ???
You were conducting mission within your own side, few times you ventured into Pakistani side, it was a one way flight.