Sunday, September 19, 2021

PAF

Pakistan’s Carrier Killer: CM-400AKG

The CM-400AKG stand-off weapon, with ranges of 350-400 kilometers at Mach 3.2-4 in flight and approaching hypersonic speeds of Mach 5 at terminal phase, can be classified as a ‘carrier killer’. The missile can not only approach and reach...

Pakistan Signs Contract with Ukraine to Overhaul its IL-78MP Fleet

The Ministry of Defense Production of Pakistan has signed a contract for the repair, maintenance, and upgradation of a PAF IL-78MP Aerial Refueller & Strategic Airlifter aircraft with Ukroboronprom of Ukraine. The Ukrainian defense conglomerate had already been awarded...

Pakistan Air Force flying higher than the Himalayas

Pakistan Airforce has always lived up to the expectations of the nation in the hour of need.  It has stood up against the odds in the face of better trained and equipped adversaries since 1947. Its history is lightened...

Jinnah Antarctic Station (JAS): Antarctic Scientific Research Station

The Jinnah Antarctic Station (JAS) is an Antarctic scientific research station operated by the Pakistan Antarctic Programme. It is located near the Sør Rondane Mountains, Queen Maud Land in East Antarctica. Antarctica is earth's southernmost continent that contains the geographic South Pole and is situated in the Antarctic region of...

Armed Forces: Adoption to New Realities of COVID-19 World

This year shook the International system. Corona virus, an infectious disease identified in Wuhan, China at the end of year 2019 has turned into a full-scale global pandemic. The outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic is causing widespread loss of life...

The Legend of PAF’s ACE Saiful Azam: “The Living Eagle”

Saiful Azam was born in a village of Pabna district, East Pakistan (Present day: Bangladesh). He went to West Pakistan for studies. Career with Pakistan Air Force Saif Ul Azam joined PAF school Sargodha in 1958. He completed his initial training...

Pakistan Army Aviation & PAF’s “AgustaWestland AW139” Medium-Lift SAR/Utility Helicopters

“AgustaWestland AW139” is developed & manufactured by Italy’s “AgustaWestland”, which is now known as “Leonardo  S.p.A.”. AgustaWestland AW139 can perform variety of duties such as personal transport, offshore transport, firefighting, law enforcement, search & rescue (SAR), emergency medical service, disaster...

Exclusive Analysis Between MBDA’s Meteor & China’s PL-15 Beyond Visual Range Missile

The recent induction of Rafale in IAF has spiked debates over different armaments in Pakistan and India, netizens on both side of the border are boasting of the abilities of their respective Air Forces. One such debate is about...

Pakistan Air Force Draws The First Blood

On 10th April 1959 PAF's F-86F Sabre (Serial# 55-005) of No. 15 Squadron aka "Cobras" flown by Flight Lieutenant Muhammad Younis Shot down Indian Air Force English Electric Canberra of No. 106 Squadron over Rawat. Both IAF pilots ejected...

PTM and Pashtunistan: A War on Pakistan

Pashtunistan means the "Land of Pashtuns". It stretches from south of Amu River in Afghanistan to west of the Indus River in Pakistan, including parts of Northern Baluchistan & KPK. The story goes back to colonial rule in the Indian...
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CPEC: A boon for Pakistan

Ever since the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project was launched, it has been ruffling feathers of some regional...
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Remembering Vital Role Played by “Silent Service” in 1965 Pakistan-India War

The 1965 war is remembered as the days when hero’s rose, displaying acts of courage and valor by successfully defending the homeland from Indian...

Pakistan Navy: From Dwarka to Gwadar

“Pakistan must be prepared for all eventualities and dangers. The weak and the defenceless, in this imperfect world, invite aggression from others. The best...

Battle of Chawinda & Heroics of 25th Cavalry

Battle of Chawinda fought between the armies of Pakistan and India is considered one of the largest tank battles in history since battle of...

1965 Pakistan-India War: Three AAAs that saved Pakistan – ALLAH, Artillery, and the Air Force

1965 war witnessed the rattling of two air-forces ratioed 1:5 means every single fighter aircraft of Pakistan Air Force was had 5 opponents to...