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Pakistan Defence Industry.

Discussion in 'South Asia & SAARC' started by Spartacus+, Feb 2, 2011.

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    Luna X 2000-II, is a German unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) and produced by EMT Penzberg of Germany.


    Luna recovered by soldiers It is intended for close reconnaissance (over the hill, up to 100 km away), transmitting live video data (visual or infrared) or taking higher resolution still images, but it can also perform other tasks such as particle sampling, ESM/Electronic countermeasures (radio/radar jamming), depending on its payload. The UAV is launched with a simple bungee catapult and then follows a pre-programmed course, that can be altered in flight if necessary. After its mission it automatically lands with the help of a parachute and impact dampers. It is an ultra light in weight i.e. less than 40 kg.


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    Pakistan also produces FALCO:
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    Price: Rs:38,000 Available at POF outlet wah & authorized dealers. Must have license before purchase.

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    Copy India to end corruption in Pakistani military: daily
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    Islamabad, January 24, 2011

    Pakistan should emulate India and act against corrupt military officers, a daily said on Monday, noting that no action has ever been taken against retired or serving soldiers. "The only way Pakistan can ever become a real democracy is when we stop treating some institutions as 'sacred cows'," the Daily Times said in a hard hitting editorial.

    The editorial followed the Indian Army's decision to court martial Lt Gen P.K. Rath for his involvement in a land scam.

    Rath was found guilty over the issue of a no-objection certificate to a private realtor to transfer a 70-acre plot of land adjacent to a military station in West Bengal's Darjeeling district.

    "The conviction of a senior army officer in India should serve as a wake-up call for Pakistan. We should emulate their example," the daily said.

    It said that although India and Pakistan became independent in August 1947, "the way these two countries progressed is completely different".

    "India is the world's largest democracy. On the other hand, Pakistan has been juggling between military rules and inefficient democracies all these years. Even now, it continues to remain under the khaki shadows despite the fact that a democratic set-up is in place."

    Noting that there have been many corruption scandals in Pakistan's military, it said "no action has ever been taken against either retired or serving officers".

    "As far as the politicians are concerned, alleged corruption charges against them make headlines but when it comes to corruption scandals in the military, they are either swept under the carpet or never come out in public."

    It added: "Land scams are a norm in our military while other corruption tactics involve kickbacks on arms deals... No government, military or civilian, has held any army officer responsible for the massive corruption that takes place on a regular basis.

    "It is because of the military establishment's strong hold over our political system and the media. Fear of retribution is one of the foremost reasons why military scandals are always ignored.

    "Transparency in the military, starting from the defence budget, should be mandatory."

    Copy India to end corruption in Pakistani military: daily - Hindustan Times

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    whoever wrote this most likely disapear by tommorow
     
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    Wrong section AVG Amr , this is a picture thread , use your head.
     
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    Pakistan strengthens military industrial ties with Malaysia and Turkey


    Pakistan has strengthened military production ties with Malaysia and Turkey as part of Islamabad's continuing strategy to formulate strong defence industrial relations with predominately Muslim countries.

    Enhanced collaboration in defence development and production activities was a feature of talks between Pakistan Ministry of Defence (MoD) officials and counterparts from Malaysia and Turkey, said MoD statements issued on 4 and 5 September.
    During the eighth Pakistan-Turkey "high-level military dialogue group meeting" the MoD said that the two countries agreed to "boost defence industrial co-operation through collaboration in joint ventures", although it did not elaborate.

    The MoD added that Pakistan and Turkey also agreed to establish two working groups under the existing bilateral forum to explore opportunities for further collaboration in military and defence industrial activities.

    Previous defence industry collaboration between the two countries has focused on the development of tactical unmanned aerial vehicles. Additionally, Turkey has upgraded Pakistan's F-16 fighter aircraft and supplied the country with Kaan 33 fast attack craft, AH-1F/S Cobra attack helicopter parts and artillery simulators.

    The agreement between Malaysia and Pakistan to "augment interaction" in defence industry collaboration was signed during the 10th bilateral "Joint Committee on Defence Co-operation". The two countries also signed an accord facilitating enhanced military-to-military exchanges, postings and training.

    The Pakistan MoD did not specify areas of defence industry co-operation with Malaysia. In the past this has focused on sales to Malaysia of Pakistan-built (but Chinese designed) missile systems including the QW-1 Vanguard portable surface-to-air missile systems and Red Arrow-8 anti-tank missiles. Sales to Malaysia of small arms and conventional ammunition are also thought to have taken place.

    ANALYSIS

    Pakistan's growing defence relationship with Malaysia and Turkey is representative of a trend that has emerged in recent years of closer defence and military ties between predominantly Islamic countries.

    Pakistan has signed similar defence collaboration agreements with Brunei, Indonesia, Jordan, Turkey, Uzbekistan and Yemen. Indonesia has also made considerable efforts to secure partnerships with such states.

    These ties offer the participants a level of trust based on religion and culture that might not be achievable with non-Muslim countries. Some of these countries - notable Indonesia and Pakistan - have also both been subjected to military sanctions in previous years and both countries are committed to diversifying suppliers. Another factor is the US's continuing 'war on terror', which is likely to have isolated Islamic nations to a certain degree and further increased the likelihood of additional defence relationships between these nations.

    It is probable that such partnerships also enable the participating countries to do defence business with each other through interest-free Islamic banking. There is little open source information available about Islamic banking and how frequently it is applied in defence trade, although Malaysia - which is regarded as a regional Islamic banking hub - has previously indicated its use.

    In July 2010 Malaysian Defence Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said the country was considering the use of an Islamic banking system known as 'sukuk' to pay contractors working on a project to upgrade military bases. In May 2009 Hamidi urged the Royal Malaysian Navy to upgrade or replace ageing equipment using funds sourced from the Islamic banking mechanism.

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    UAV Ground Control Station from STUMA pakistan


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