Preparatory
• Today we present the
“defense system of
Pakistan”.
• Now a days according to
situation everyone think
Pakist...
Why we choose this topic?
• Pakistan is the castle of Islam,
due to this the enemies of Islam
(Pakistan) want to destroy o...
Components of defense
system of Pakistan
• Pakistan defense system consists
on following major units.
 Armed forces
 Nuc...
ARMED FORCES
• Pakistani armed forces consist of
three major units.
 Pakistan army
 Pakistan navy
 Pakistan air force
PAK ARMY
Motto of Pak army
• Iman
• Taqwa
• Jihad fi sabilillah
Iman
• To have faith and trust in Allah and consider
oneself.
• A follower of none but ALLAH.
• And a follower of none but...
Taqwa
• Taqwa signifies:-
• The fear of Allah.
• Guarding ones tongue, hands and heart
from evil.
• Righteous, piety and g...
Jihad-fi-Sabilillah
• The Arabic word “Jihad” means to struggle
“or” to strive.
• The Holy Quran the reference to the duty...
Assets
 No. of troops.
On duty  550,000
Reserve  500,000
 Missiles.
 Tanks.
More than 2000.
 Nuclear technology
cont...
Nation building activities
 Pak army is performing following activities in
nation building.
 Infrastructure development....
Training centers
 Pakistan military academy Kakool.
 Special to army school/ colleges.
 Special to welfare/ skills scho...
infantry
 Punjab regiment.
 Balooch regiment.
 Sindh regiment.
 A.K regiment.
 Frontier force regiment.
 Northern li...
Fighting and supporting
staff
 Following are the fighting and supporting
staff of Pakistan army.
 Armoured corps.
 Arti...
Role on wars
1965
 Starts Without formal declaration.
 Attack on Lahore.
 Losses
Pak army Tanks  200
Troops  3800
 P...
1971
Background
 Due to our leaders, they are ignoring
Bengali brothers in every field of life.
 Then international agen...
No. of troops
 Bangladesh army  175,000
 Indian army  250,000
 Total strength of Pakistani forces
 615,000
Combatant...
Losses of Pakistan
 Around 93,000 west Pakistani’s taken as
prisoner by Indian army.
Military personnel
 55,000
GOVT & c...
• Kargill war (due to chumik)
• Sector.
• Chumik is the minor sector.
• The enemy artillery fired on the
sector.
• Establi...
Nishan-e-haider
 the highest military decoration given by
Pakistan.
 It is awarded to military
personnel, regardless of ...
Holders of Nishan-e-haider
 Captain Muhammad Sarwar
 Major Tufail Muhammad
 Major Raja Aziz Bhatti
 Jawan Sowar Muhamm...
Chief of Army
 The Chief of Army Staff is the highest staff post
in the Pakistan Army.
 Held by the senior 4-star rank
o...
The symbol of terror
The name of proud
Special service group
known as Black Storks .
Independent commando division of
Pakistan Army
Special operations force.
Off...
Role in wars
1965
Initially deployed along the Afghan border to
repel Afghan incursions .
First major deployment.
120 offi...
1971
Better performance.
Spectacular raid on an Indian artillery
regiment .
disabling several of
Indian.
their guns beside...
in Soviet Afghan War
provided support to the Mujahideen
fighting the Soviets.
engaged the Soviet Airborne Forces.
Battle f...
Siachen and Kargil War
Active on the eastern border.
SSG performed rather well.
Relatively deep into Indian territory.
The...
Recent activities
Active in anti-terrorist operations.
In the operation of,
 Generals headquarters in Rawalpindi
 PNS me...
No. of troops
Pakistani special forces have 7 battalions:
1st Commando Yildiram Battalion
2nd Command Rahbar Battalion
3rd...
Each battalion consists of 700 men in four
companies,
each company split into platoons.
Battalions are commanded by Lieute...
Training
Officers must have three year experience.
All trainees must participate in an eight
month SSG course at Cherat.
e...
Naval and Air Force units
The SSG also has a unit in the Pakistan Navy
and Pakistan air force.
SSG in Pak navy,
 Strength...
SHAHEEDS
1965 war  30
1971  88
Siachin  68
Other operation  29
Gallantry awards
Hilal e jurrat  1
Sitara e jurrat  27
Tamghae jurrat  44
Sitar e bissarat  16
Tamgha e bisalat  68
We do war in
peace and
observe the
results in war.
AIR DEFENSE
(Pakistan air force)
Importance of Air power
• Air re-supply.
• Can target that are out of ranges
of other forces.
• Can transfer than other fo...
Pakistan air force
• Leading air arm.
• Tasks/ roles.
 Primary
 Secondary
 Tertiary
• Employs/ personnel's.
Role on wars/ encounters
1959  First kill
• The first pilot to shoot down an IAF aircraft
was flying officer Younus.
• In...
1965
• IAF = 4 * PAF
( Indian air force is four times larger than
Pakistan air force )
• IAF looses most aircrafts on grou...
Bravery of M.M. Alam
• A PAF pilot M M Alam shot down five
Indian hunters.
• Four hunters in four seconds.
• Top scorer.
1971
• PAF had 270 aircrafts
while IAF had 1200
aircrafts.
• IAF leads by
numbers,
4:1  West
Pakistan
10:1  East
Pakistan
• Operation Chengiz Khan.
32 aircrafts destroyed by PAF
• Looses IAF  100 aircrafts
PAF  63 aircrafts
Effective air
supp...
Combat aircrafts
• JF-17 thunder.
• F-7 sky bolt.
• Dassault mirage |||.
• F-16 Fighting Falcons.
• Dassault mirage 5.
Special mission aircrafts
• Desault falcon 20.
• Shanxai ZDK-03.
• Saab 2000.
Helicopters
• Mi Mi-17.
• Sikorsky.
• Aloutte.
• HH-43-Huskie.
Unmanned aerial vehicles
• Burraq.
• Jasoos ||.
• Galileo falco.
• With an approximate strength of 65,000
personnel's and 950 aircrafts, the Pakistan
air force is the seventh largest air ...
Directorate for the Air Intelligence
• AI is an air force intelligence directorate of the
PAF.
• Responsible for aerial in...
PAKISTAN NAVY
Introduction
 The Pakistan Navy is the naval
warfare/service branch of the Pakistan
Armed Forces.
 responsible for Pakis...
Participation in wars
war of 1965
 successful bombardment of the coastal town of
Dwaraka.
 the navy's submarine PNS Ghaz...
war of 1971
 On 8 December 1971 the Hangor, a
Pakistani Daphné class submarine, sank
the Indian frigate INS Khukri off th...
Assets
 22,000 active duty personnel. In addition
there were 5,000 reserves.
 also supported by 2,000 personnel in the
M...
Surface fleet
 DESTROYERS
 MINE HUNTERS
 AUXILIARIES
 MISSILE BOATS
DESTROYERS
 PNS BABUR
 PNS BADR
 PNS KHAIBAR
 PNS SHAHJAHAN
 PNS TARIQ
 PNS TIPPU SULTAN
MINE HUNTERS
 PNS MUHAFIZ
 PNS MUJAHID
 PNS MUNSIF
MISSILE BOATS
 PNS LARKANA
 PNS JALALAT
 PNS RAJSHAHI
 PNS SHUJAAT
PNS ZULFIQAR
 The first PNS ZULFIQUAR was built in
1942.
 Commissioned in Pakistan Navy on 14
October 1988.
 PNS ZULFIQ...
Submarine force
 AGOSTA-90 B
 AGOSTA-70
Air arm
 AIRCRAFTS
 ATLANTIC
 FOKKER
 P3C
 HELECOPTERS
 ALOUETTE
 SEA KING
Shore units
 PNS AHSAN
 PNS MAKRAN
 PNS QASIM
 JINNAH NAVAL BASE
TRAINING UNITS
 PNS BAHAUDUR
 PNS HIMALAYA
 PNS IQBAL
 PNS JAUHAR
 PNS KARSAZ
 PNS MEHRAN
 PNS RAHBAR
 PNS RAHNUMA
Logistics
MISSION
 Safe in Storage
 Reliable in Use
 Efficient in Functioning
Special Operation Forces
 Special Services Group (N)
 Marines
Special Services Group (N)
 The Special Service Group Navy (SSG[N])
is a principle and an elite naval special
operations ...
Marines
 established Pakistan Marines sometime in
1971
 however, Pakistan Marines was re-
established on April 14, 1990 ...
Chief of Naval Staff (Pakistan)
 The Chief of the Naval Staff, is the highest
ranking officer in the Pakistani Navy.
 Th...
NUCLEAR POWER OF
PAKISTAN
History of Pakistan atomic bomb
• Pakistan atomic energy commission was made
in 1953 to get nuclear technology.
• After 19...
• After 1965 indo-pak war, the Ayub khan felt that
now nuclear technology is necessary for
Pakistan.
• He called back thes...
• In 1974 Sultan bashir-ud-din mehmood
(one from these students) told to Zulfiqar
Ali Bhutto that one man can perform this...
 The government called
back Dr. Qadeer. He
came back by a legal
process, 1st he resigned
from there and came to
Pakistan.
Starting of nuclear program
• In 1976 P.M. Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto decides to
start a nuclear program.
• France agreed to prov...
 Cornel Qaddafi provided this
amount more than 200
millions dollars.
 Pakistani engineers start
work, but the machine wh...
• Now the work is started on the plant Joharabad.
• Platinum fusion designed by engineer Sultan
Bashir-ur-din Mehmood.
• A...
• With the blessings of ALLAH on 28 may
1998, Pakistan tests its 1st atomic bomb.
• Atomic bomb (Liquid base, Platinum bas...
Pakistani scientists at Chaghi
Missile technology
Short range
missiles
• Abdali
Range 100 km
• Ghaznawi
Range 290 km
• Raad
Range  350 km
• M 11
Range 700 km
Ghori series
Missiles Ranges
• Ghori-1 1500 km
• Ghori-2 2300 km
• Ghori-3 3500 km
Shaheen missiles
Missiles Ranges
• Shaheen-1 750 km
• Shaheen-2 2500 km
• Shaheen-3 4500 km
Babur missiles
Missiles Ranges
• Babur-1 700 km
• Babur-2 880 km
• Babur-3 1500 km
Tipu series
• Tipu-1  5000
km
• Tipu-2  7000
km
• Tipu-3  9000
km
• Tipu-4  12000
km
Why USA and Israel wants to
destroy Pakistan….?
• Distance of Israel from Pakistan
Miles2085 Kilometers3335
(In range of...
Pakistan having 2nd number on
world’s missile technologies.
CONCLUSION
“There is no
power on earth
which can undo
Pakistan”.
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DEFENSE SYSTEM OF PAKISTAN.

  1. 1. Preparatory • Today we present the “defense system of Pakistan”. • Now a days according to situation everyone think Pakistan will be destroyed or will be ?
  2. 2. Why we choose this topic? • Pakistan is the castle of Islam, due to this the enemies of Islam (Pakistan) want to destroy our loving country Pakistan. • So that’s why it is very necessary that Pakistan should have strong defense system.
  3. 3. Components of defense system of Pakistan • Pakistan defense system consists on following major units.  Armed forces  Nuclear system
  4. 4. ARMED FORCES • Pakistani armed forces consist of three major units.  Pakistan army  Pakistan navy  Pakistan air force
  5. 5. PAK ARMY
  6. 6. Motto of Pak army • Iman • Taqwa • Jihad fi sabilillah
  7. 7. Iman • To have faith and trust in Allah and consider oneself. • A follower of none but ALLAH. • And a follower of none but his messenger.
  8. 8. Taqwa • Taqwa signifies:- • The fear of Allah. • Guarding ones tongue, hands and heart from evil. • Righteous, piety and good conduct.
  9. 9. Jihad-fi-Sabilillah • The Arabic word “Jihad” means to struggle “or” to strive. • The Holy Quran the reference to the duty of the Muslims to “fight in the cause of God those who fight you and be not aggressors. God loveth not those who are aggressors”.
  10. 10. Assets  No. of troops. On duty  550,000 Reserve  500,000  Missiles.  Tanks. More than 2000.  Nuclear technology controlled by Army.
  11. 11. Nation building activities  Pak army is performing following activities in nation building.  Infrastructure development.  Industrial development.  Disaster relief operations.  Miscellaneous national tasks.
  12. 12. Training centers  Pakistan military academy Kakool.  Special to army school/ colleges.  Special to welfare/ skills schools.  Army school of logistics.  Army school of physical training.  Army school of music.  Army desert force school.  Advance learning institution.  Also in medical field.(Hospitals,colleges)
  13. 13. infantry  Punjab regiment.  Balooch regiment.  Sindh regiment.  A.K regiment.  Frontier force regiment.  Northern light infantry regiment.
  14. 14. Fighting and supporting staff  Following are the fighting and supporting staff of Pakistan army.  Armoured corps.  Artillery.  Army air defense.  Engineers.  Army aviation corps.
  15. 15. Role on wars 1965  Starts Without formal declaration.  Attack on Lahore.  Losses Pak army Tanks  200 Troops  3800  Pak army captured 20 Indian officers.19 junior commissioned officers & 569 other tanks.
  16. 16. 1971 Background  Due to our leaders, they are ignoring Bengali brothers in every field of life.  Then international agencies involves in east Pakistan .  They create situation which causes of war.
  17. 17. No. of troops  Bangladesh army  175,000  Indian army  250,000  Total strength of Pakistani forces  615,000 Combatant forces  365,000 Para military forces  250,000
  18. 18. Losses of Pakistan  Around 93,000 west Pakistani’s taken as prisoner by Indian army. Military personnel  55,000 GOVT & civil employ  35,000  East Pakistan separated from west Pakistan.
  19. 19. • Kargill war (due to chumik) • Sector. • Chumik is the minor sector. • The enemy artillery fired on the sector. • Established 5 posts in Pakistani area. • So Pak army do operation to get back this sector. 1999
  20. 20. Nishan-e-haider  the highest military decoration given by Pakistan.  It is awarded to military personnel, regardless of rank, for extraordinary bravery in combat.  he award is considered to be the highest military award and is only awarded to those who have sacrificed their life.
  21. 21. Holders of Nishan-e-haider  Captain Muhammad Sarwar  Major Tufail Muhammad  Major Raja Aziz Bhatti  Jawan Sowar Muhammad Hussain  Havaldaar Lalak Jan  Major Mohammad Akram  Lance Naik Muhammad Mahfooz  Major Shabbir Sharif  Captain Kernel Sher Khan  Pilot officer Rashid Minhas
  22. 22. Chief of Army  The Chief of Army Staff is the highest staff post in the Pakistan Army.  Held by the senior 4-star rank officer.  The current Chief of Army Staff is General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani.  He is doing his duty from November 2007 to present.
  23. 23. The symbol of terror The name of proud
  24. 24. Special service group known as Black Storks . Independent commando division of Pakistan Army Special operations force. Official numbers ,7000 men, in 10 battalions. The SSG was created in 1956.
  25. 25. Role in wars 1965 Initially deployed along the Afghan border to repel Afghan incursions . First major deployment. 120 officers and men of India men were dropped on the night of 6/7 September near the Indian airbases of Adampur.
  26. 26. 1971 Better performance. Spectacular raid on an Indian artillery regiment . disabling several of Indian. their guns besides inflicting casualties.
  27. 27. in Soviet Afghan War provided support to the Mujahideen fighting the Soviets. engaged the Soviet Airborne Forces. Battle for Hill, Russia lose  6 companies Pakistan lose  1 company
  28. 28. Siachen and Kargil War Active on the eastern border. SSG performed rather well. Relatively deep into Indian territory. The Indian posts were empty and SSG didn't have to face any repulsion.
  29. 29. Recent activities Active in anti-terrorist operations. In the operation of,  Generals headquarters in Rawalpindi  PNS mehran operation.
  30. 30. No. of troops Pakistani special forces have 7 battalions: 1st Commando Yildiram Battalion 2nd Command Rahbar Battalion 3rd Commando Powindah Battalion 4th Commando Yalghar Battalion 5th Commando Zalzaal Battalion 6th Commando Samsaam Battalion 7th Commando Babrum Battalion
  31. 31. Each battalion consists of 700 men in four companies, each company split into platoons. Battalions are commanded by Lieutenant Colonels. Plus two independent commando companies:  Musa Company - Specializes in Amphibious Operations  Zarrar Company - Specializes in Counter-terrorism
  32. 32. Training Officers must have three year experience. All trainees must participate in an eight month SSG course at Cherat. emphasizes physical conditioning. 60-mile march in 12 hours and a Six mile run in 40 minutes with full gear.
  33. 33. Naval and Air Force units The SSG also has a unit in the Pakistan Navy and Pakistan air force. SSG in Pak navy,  Strength of one company,  welfare operations, SSG in PAF,  Elite special operations force,  Recently created,  One company.
  34. 34. SHAHEEDS 1965 war  30 1971  88 Siachin  68 Other operation  29
  35. 35. Gallantry awards Hilal e jurrat  1 Sitara e jurrat  27 Tamghae jurrat  44 Sitar e bissarat  16 Tamgha e bisalat  68
  36. 36. We do war in peace and observe the results in war.
  37. 37. AIR DEFENSE (Pakistan air force)
  38. 38. Importance of Air power • Air re-supply. • Can target that are out of ranges of other forces. • Can transfer than other forces. • Help other forces.
  39. 39. Pakistan air force • Leading air arm. • Tasks/ roles.  Primary  Secondary  Tertiary • Employs/ personnel's.
  40. 40. Role on wars/ encounters 1959  First kill • The first pilot to shoot down an IAF aircraft was flying officer Younus. • In his F86F Saber, on 10 April 1959, he shot down an Indian Canberra which was on photo raccee mission high over Rawalpindi on an Eid day.
  41. 41. 1965 • IAF = 4 * PAF ( Indian air force is four times larger than Pakistan air force ) • IAF looses most aircrafts on ground. • Sign of full triumphant. • Specially honor to PAF pilots. • Looses India  110 aircrafts Pakistan  16 aircrafts
  42. 42. Bravery of M.M. Alam • A PAF pilot M M Alam shot down five Indian hunters. • Four hunters in four seconds. • Top scorer.
  43. 43. 1971 • PAF had 270 aircrafts while IAF had 1200 aircrafts. • IAF leads by numbers, 4:1  West Pakistan 10:1  East Pakistan
  44. 44. • Operation Chengiz Khan. 32 aircrafts destroyed by PAF • Looses IAF  100 aircrafts PAF  63 aircrafts Effective air support to Pakistan army.
  45. 45. Combat aircrafts • JF-17 thunder. • F-7 sky bolt. • Dassault mirage |||. • F-16 Fighting Falcons. • Dassault mirage 5.
  46. 46. Special mission aircrafts • Desault falcon 20. • Shanxai ZDK-03. • Saab 2000.
  47. 47. Helicopters • Mi Mi-17. • Sikorsky. • Aloutte. • HH-43-Huskie.
  48. 48. Unmanned aerial vehicles • Burraq. • Jasoos ||. • Galileo falco.
  49. 49. • With an approximate strength of 65,000 personnel's and 950 aircrafts, the Pakistan air force is the seventh largest air force in the world.
  50. 50. Directorate for the Air Intelligence • AI is an air force intelligence directorate of the PAF. • Responsible for aerial intelligence picture. • AI operates several units,  Technical Assistance Unit  the Zoom Unit • Works with Military intelligence and the Naval intelligence.
  51. 51. PAKISTAN NAVY
  52. 52. Introduction  The Pakistan Navy is the naval warfare/service branch of the Pakistan Armed Forces.  responsible for Pakistan's 1,046 kilometers (650 mi)  Navy Day is celebrated on September 8 in commemoration of the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965.
  53. 53. Participation in wars war of 1965  successful bombardment of the coastal town of Dwaraka.  the navy's submarine PNS Ghazi was deployed, Pakistan's first submarine and remaining the flagship submarine for Pakistan Navy till deployed against Indian Navy's western fleet at Bombay (Mumbai) port
  54. 54. war of 1971  On 8 December 1971 the Hangor, a Pakistani Daphné class submarine, sank the Indian frigate INS Khukri off the coast of Gujarat, India.  his was the first sinking of a warship by a submarine since World War II.  8 officers and 176 sailors of the Indian navy were killed in this operation.
  55. 55. Assets  22,000 active duty personnel. In addition there were 5,000 reserves.  also supported by 2,000 personnel in the Maritime Security Agency and 2,500 personnel of the Coast Guard.
  56. 56. Surface fleet  DESTROYERS  MINE HUNTERS  AUXILIARIES  MISSILE BOATS
  57. 57. DESTROYERS  PNS BABUR  PNS BADR  PNS KHAIBAR  PNS SHAHJAHAN  PNS TARIQ  PNS TIPPU SULTAN
  58. 58. MINE HUNTERS  PNS MUHAFIZ  PNS MUJAHID  PNS MUNSIF
  59. 59. MISSILE BOATS  PNS LARKANA  PNS JALALAT  PNS RAJSHAHI  PNS SHUJAAT
  60. 60. PNS ZULFIQAR  The first PNS ZULFIQUAR was built in 1942.  Commissioned in Pakistan Navy on 14 October 1988.  PNS ZULFIQUAR bears the flag.  An operational and efficient unit of 25th Destroyer Squadron and is serving as training ship.
  61. 61. Submarine force  AGOSTA-90 B  AGOSTA-70
  62. 62. Air arm  AIRCRAFTS  ATLANTIC  FOKKER  P3C  HELECOPTERS  ALOUETTE  SEA KING
  63. 63. Shore units  PNS AHSAN  PNS MAKRAN  PNS QASIM  JINNAH NAVAL BASE
  64. 64. TRAINING UNITS  PNS BAHAUDUR  PNS HIMALAYA  PNS IQBAL  PNS JAUHAR  PNS KARSAZ  PNS MEHRAN  PNS RAHBAR  PNS RAHNUMA
  65. 65. Logistics MISSION  Safe in Storage  Reliable in Use  Efficient in Functioning
  66. 66. Special Operation Forces  Special Services Group (N)  Marines
  67. 67. Special Services Group (N)  The Special Service Group Navy (SSG[N]) is a principle and an elite naval special operations component mandate to conduct clandestine operations.  Official numbers place the strength between 1000 to 1240 in 3 Regiments.
  68. 68. Marines  established Pakistan Marines sometime in 1971  however, Pakistan Marines was re- established on April 14, 1990 with about 2,000 men.  The Marines are currently headquartered at Qasim Marine Base, Karachi.
  69. 69. Chief of Naval Staff (Pakistan)  The Chief of the Naval Staff, is the highest ranking officer in the Pakistani Navy.  The current Chief of the Naval Staff is Admiral Asif Sandila who commands the Navy.  The CNS reports to the  President of Pakistan, as the President is the head of the state.
  70. 70. NUCLEAR POWER OF PAKISTAN
  71. 71. History of Pakistan atomic bomb • Pakistan atomic energy commission was made in 1953 to get nuclear technology. • After 1958 indo-pak war, the president Ayub khan decides that we must have nuclear technology. • For this purpose He took students from Pakistan and send them abroad to get higher education in nuclear technology. • 200 students were gone abroad in scholarships.
  72. 72. • After 1965 indo-pak war, the Ayub khan felt that now nuclear technology is necessary for Pakistan. • He called back these genius students and said them that in this situation we must need atomic bomb. • These students do all the possible reactions but the problem is that no one knows how to “Yourinium’s fussion”.
  73. 73. • In 1974 Sultan bashir-ud-din mehmood (one from these students) told to Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto that one man can perform this reaction and his name is Qadeer Khan, student of karachi university. • At that time Dr. Khan do practice as lab in charge in holand.
  74. 74.  The government called back Dr. Qadeer. He came back by a legal process, 1st he resigned from there and came to Pakistan.
  75. 75. Starting of nuclear program • In 1976 P.M. Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto decides to start a nuclear program. • France agreed to provide the technology. • Due to pressure of USA, France refused to provide nuclear technology. • 1st step is to have budget of 150 millions dollars.
  76. 76.  Cornel Qaddafi provided this amount more than 200 millions dollars.  Pakistani engineers start work, but the machine which needs 72000 rps was not available in the market.  Made by Iqbal from Wazirabad.  In 1984 Pakistan successfully tests the uranium's fusion.
  77. 77. • Now the work is started on the plant Joharabad. • Platinum fusion designed by engineer Sultan Bashir-ur-din Mehmood. • After the 14 years this plant is ready for work.
  78. 78. • With the blessings of ALLAH on 28 may 1998, Pakistan tests its 1st atomic bomb. • Atomic bomb (Liquid base, Platinum base) • Now a days Pakistan have more than 110 atomic bombs.
  79. 79. Pakistani scientists at Chaghi
  80. 80. Missile technology
  81. 81. Short range missiles • Abdali Range 100 km • Ghaznawi Range 290 km • Raad Range  350 km • M 11 Range 700 km
  82. 82. Ghori series Missiles Ranges • Ghori-1 1500 km • Ghori-2 2300 km • Ghori-3 3500 km
  83. 83. Shaheen missiles Missiles Ranges • Shaheen-1 750 km • Shaheen-2 2500 km • Shaheen-3 4500 km
  84. 84. Babur missiles Missiles Ranges • Babur-1 700 km • Babur-2 880 km • Babur-3 1500 km
  85. 85. Tipu series • Tipu-1  5000 km • Tipu-2  7000 km • Tipu-3  9000 km • Tipu-4  12000 km
  86. 86. Why USA and Israel wants to destroy Pakistan….? • Distance of Israel from Pakistan Miles2085 Kilometers3335 (In range of Ghouri-3) • Distance of USA from Islamabad Washington  11388 km White house  11600 km (In range of Tipu-4)
  87. 87. Pakistan having 2nd number on world’s missile technologies.
  88. 88. CONCLUSION “There is no power on earth which can undo Pakistan”.
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