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Pakistan defense presentation

  1. 1. Presented by Sher Ahmed Ghufran Khan & PAKISTAN DEFENSE Noman Manzoor
  2. 2.  Project 706  Nuclear test at Chaghi  Pakistan Missile Technology  Brief introduction of Cruise Missile
  3. 3. “SMILING BUDHA” India’s first underground nuclear explosion took place at Pokhran in Rajasthan on May 18, 1974. Inset photo shows a view of the crater formed after the explosion.
  4. 4. PAKISTAN’S RESPONSE IN 1974 “ We know that Israel and India have full nuclear capability -- a Christian, Jewish and Hindu civilizations have this capability ... the Islamic civilization is without it, but the situation (is) about to change.” Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, 18 MAY 1974 Pakistan began focusing on nuclear weapon development in January 1972 But Indian nuclear test motivated Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto
  5. 5. PROJECT 706 LAUNCHED IN JULY 1976 DR A Q KHAN MET Z.A.BHUTTO AND TOOK THE RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE PAKISTAN A NUCLEAR POWER
  6. 6. DR A Q KHAN FOUNDED KAHUTA LAB IN 1976 TO ENRICH URINIUM FOR NUCLEAR DEVICE
  7. 7. 1981 KHAUTA LAB RENAMED WITH DR. A.Q. KHAN REASERCH LABORATORIES
  8. 8. TEST SITE SELECTED AT CHAGHI(BALUCHISTAN ) IN JAN,1978
  9. 9. PAKISTAN BECAME UNDECLEARED FIRST MUSLIM NUCLEAR POWER IN 11 MARCH, 1984 . General Zia-ul-Haq arrived in Delhi for cricket match as a spectator without any invitation. Before departure for Chennai General Zia-ul- Haq while saying good bye to Gandhi said, “Mr. Rajeev you want to attack Pakistan, do it. But keep in mind after this world will forget Hilaku Khan and Changez Khan and will remember only Zia-ul-Haq and Rajeev Gandhi. Because this will not be conventional war but nuclear war. Possibly whole Pakistan might be destroyed in this was but Muslims will be still there, however after destruction of India, Hinduism will be vanished”. In spite of cold drops of perspiration were visible on Gandhi’s forehead.
  10. 10. ON 11TH & 13TH MAY 1998, INDIA AGAIN TREATENED PAKISTAN’S SOVEREIGNTY
  11. 11. “INDIA IS NOW A NUCLEAR WEAPONS STATE. WE HAVE THE CAPACITY FOR A BIG BOMB NOW. WE CAN TEACH LESSON TO OUR NEIGHBOR WITH THIS DETERRENT .” PRIME MINISTER ATAL BEHARI VAJPAYEE, THURSDAY 14 MAY 1998 CHALLENGE TO PAKISTAN
  12. 12. THE DECISIVE MOMENT "Dhamaka kar dein." (Conduct the explosion.) Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif, 18 May 1998
  13. 13. PAKISTAN WAS GOING TO USE THE FISSION AND THEMRO NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY FOR IT’S EXPLOSIONS.
  14. 14. IN THOSE DAYS PAKISTAN WAS ON RED ALERT, ARMED FORCES WERE READY TO FACE ANY AGGRESSION FROM THE ENEMIES.
  15. 15. THE MOST MEMEORIBLE DAY AND THE FINEST HOUR OF PAKISTAN’S HISTORY THURSDAY, 28th MAY, 1998 A.D 1st SAFAR UL MUZZAFAR 1419 HIJRI AT 1515 HRS PST OR 1015 HRS GMT.
  16. 16. THE CHIEF SCIENTIFIC OFFICER OF PAKISTAN ATOMIC ENERGY COMISSION, DR MOHAMMAD ARSHAD PRESSED THE BUTTON TO explode THE NUCLEAR DEVICE AND SAVED HIS NAME IN THE HISTORY OF PAKISTAN FOREVER.
  17. 17. YAUM-E- TAKBEER
  18. 18. COUNT DOWN STARTED
  19. 19. MEMOREBILE MOMENT OF PAKISTAN HISTORY
  20. 20. MEMOREBILE MOMENT OF PAKISTAN HISTORY
  21. 21. PAKISTAN’S NUCLEAR DEVICES CREATED TEMPERATURE OF 15000 C AND 5 TO 20 TNT INTENSITY OF BLAST EQUALS TO 5.0 RICHTER SCALE OF EARTH QUAKE WHICH IS MORE THAN TWICE OF HEROSHEMA AND NAGASAKI ATOM BOMB EXPLOSION IN 1945 . BY THIS PRACTICE THE BALCK GRANNITE OF CHAGHI MOUNTAIN TURNS TO RED HOT AND THEN BECAME WHITE FOR EVER.
  22. 22. The announcement of testing nuclear device was excitedly welcomed by people all over the country. Pakistanis in and around the globe heard this news with delight. "Today, we have settled a score and have carried out five successful nuclear tests" Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif, 28 May 1998
  23. 23. 30TH MAY 1998 AT 1155AM PAKISTAN CONDUCTED ANOTHER NUCLEAR TEST AND COMPLETED THE SERIES OF 6 TESTS.100 KM AWAY FROM CHAGHI TEST SITE, IT WAS BOOSTED DEVICE WHICH IS CAPABILE TO CARRY BY MISSILES.
  24. 24. PRIME MINISTER VISITED THE TEST SITE ON JUNE 19, 1998
  25. 25. FINALLY PAKISTAN IS ACCEPTED AS 7TH WORLD AND 1ST MUSLIM NUCLEAR POWER
  26. 26. HATF 2 ABDALI 180 KMHATF 1- 80 KM
  27. 27. HATF 9 Nasr 60 KM The missile can carry nuclear warheads of appropriate yield, with high accuracy. It also has an inflight maneuver capability and is specially designed to defeat all known anti-tactical missile defense systems. It also has the ability to fire at a target and immediately relocate to another position to avoid enemy counter-fire. Nasr is obviously India-specific and the salvo launch capability is a key ability in stopping Indian armored thrusts into Pakistani territory.
  28. 28. HATAF 3 GHAZNAVI 280-350 KM
  29. 29. HATAF 4 SHAHEEN 1 750 KM HATAF 5GHAURI 1500 KM
  30. 30. Approach to central asia
  31. 31. HATAF 6 SHAHEEN 2 2500 KM GHORI 3 3000-3500
  32. 32. Taimur Intercontinental Ballistic Missile 7000 Km Range
  33. 33. A cruise missile is a guided missile, the major portion of whose flight path to its target (a land- based or sea-based target) is conducted at approximately constant velocity, Cruise missiles are designed to deliver a large warhead over long distances with high accuracy. Modern cruise missiles can travel at supersonic (340m/s) or highsubsonic speeds, are self-navigating, and can fly on a non-ballistic, extremely low altitude trajectory (50m-100m).
  34. 34.  The Babur's guidance system uses a combination of inertial navigation systems, terrain contour matching (TERCOM) and GPS satellite guidance. The guidance system reportedly gives the missile pinpoint accuracy.  Terrain Contour Matching, or TERCOM, is a navigation system used primarily by cruise missiles. It uses a pre-recorded contour map of the terrain that is compared to measurements made during flight by an on-board radar altimeter.
  35. 35. DESIGN Cruise missile designs fundamentally derive from the German V-1 of World War II. Advances in transistor and computer technology have contributed to self- correcting avionic and aeronautical designs that allow missiles to be guided in flight, as opposed to only at launch.
  36. 36. HATAF 8 RAAD CRUISE MISSILE 350 KM
  37. 37. HATAF 7 BABUR CRUISE MISSILE 750 KM
  38. 38. BABUR MISSILES Missiles Ranges  Babur-1 700 km  Babur-2 880 km  Babur-3 1500 km
  39. 39. LAUNCHING FROM SURFACE
  40. 40. LAUNCHING FROM AIR
  41. 41. LAUNCHING FROM SUBMARINE
  42. 42.  Tipu-1  5000 km  Tipu-2  7000 km  Tipu-3  9000 km  Tipu-4  12000 km
  43. 43. WHY USA AND ISRAEL WANTS TO DESTROY PAKISTAN….? Distance of USA from Islamabad Washington  11388 km White house  11600 km (In range of Tipu-4) Distance of Israel from Pakistan Miles2085 Kilometers3335 (In range of Ghouri-3)
  44. 44. ALHAMDULILLAH EACH MISSILE TEST WAS SUCCESSFUL BUT IN CASE OF INDIA LOOK AT THIS

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