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Pakistani Naval head: anti ship missile test done effectively

According to navy spokesman, early today Pakistan successfully test-fired an anti-ship missile from air to sea level in the North Arabian Sea

Pakistani Naval head: anti ship missile test done effectively

According to navy spokesman, early today Pakistan successfully test-fired an anti-ship missile from air to sea level in the North Arabian Sea

23 September 2017 Saturday 20:07
Pakistani Naval head: anti ship missile test done effectively

By Azania Post Reporter

CHIEF of Naval staff administration of Pakistani army Muhammad Zakaullah has congratulated personnel for successfully test  of anti- ship missile in the North Arabian sea.

According to navy spokesman, early today Pakistan successfully test-fired an anti-ship missile from air to sea level in the North Arabian Sea

"The anti-ship missile fired from a Sea King Helicopter from open sea successfully hit the target," the spokesman added in a statement.

On his part, Zakaullah  who witnessed the firing demonstration  praised the entire naval fleet who participated in the event.

"I am proud of the Pakistani Navy and congratulate the personnel on their professionalism," he said.

The successful helicopter firing is clear proof of the Pakistani Navy’s readiness to wage war and professional skills, Zakaullah added.

In March, Pakistan’s Navy conducted a successful test of a land-based, anti-ship missile from the coastal region which was equipped with advanced technology and avionics.

Azania Post

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