Pakistan Launched Nuclear Capable Hatf-III

HATFIII Islamabad-ISPR: Pakistan conducted a successful test of Short Range Ballistic Missile (SRBM) Hatf III (Ghaznavi), today on Thursday. This test also concludes the Army Strategic Force Command (ASFC) annual field training exercise, said by the ISPR press release. Missile is fully capable of caring nuclear and conventional warhead up to 290km. The main objective of...

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Pakistan Successfully Launched IRBM Shaheen-1A

Shaheen-1A “Today Pakistan conducted a successful test of launching IRBM Hatf IV Shaheen-1A Missile,” a statement issued by Inter Services Public Relation. Shaheen-1A is a weapon system, a developed form of Shaheen ballistic missile. Shaheen is capable of caring an estimated payload of 1,000kg. The actual range was kept secret but according to General (R). Talat...

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India Launched ICBM Agni-V

AgniV On Thursday India has conducted a test launch of (ICBM) Agni-V. The test is claimed as success by the authorities. Missile was launched from test range of DRDO, Wheelers Island Odisha Coast. Missile was 17.5 meter long with a range of 5,000km, can hit any target in China, Asia, East Africa¸ Australia and East Europe....

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Aircraft Carriers

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Coast Guard

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Naval Commandos

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Marine Force

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Helicopters

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Naval Aircrafts

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Amphibious Warfare Ships

HMS OCEAN An amphibious warfare ship (or amphib) is a warship employed to land and support ground forces, such as marines, on enemy territory during an amphibious assault. The largest fleet of these types is operated by the United States Navy, including the Tarawa class amphibious assault ships dating back to the 1970s and the newer and...

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