Pakistani indigenously developed Strategic Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

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    Dated: November 25, 2013
    Rawalpindi - November 25, 2013:
    Pakistan today inducted the 1st fleet of indigenously developed Strategic Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), namely Burraq and Shahpar UAV Systems in Pakistan Army and Pakistan Air Force. It is a landmark and historic event, wherein a very effective force multiplier has been added to the inventory of the Armed Forces.
    In the future these UAVs could also be gainfully employed in various socio-economic development projects, as well.
    The ceremony was attended by General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, Chief of Army Staff, Air Chief Marshal Tahir Rafique Butt, Chief of the Air Staff, Lieutenant General (Retd) Khalid Ahmed Kidwai, Director General Strategic Plans Division and senior officers from Armed Forces, scientists and engineers.
    General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, Chief of Army Staff, while appreciating the work of NESCOM scientists and engineers, highlighted that induction of indigenously developed surveillance capable UAVs in Pakistan Armed Forces is a force multiplier, and will substantially enhance their target acquisition capabilities in real time.

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    UAVs inducted in Pakistan Army and Air Force fleet

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    RAWALPINDI: Pakistan has inducted the first fleet of indigenously developed Strategic Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) also referred to as drones, Burraq and Shahpur in the Army and Air Force.

    A press release by the media wing of the armed forces (ISPR) called the induction a “historic and landmark event, wherein a very effective force multiplier has been added to the inventory of the Armed Forces.” According to the ISPR, in the future these UAVs could also be gainfully employed in various socio-economic development projects as well.

    The induction ceremony was attended by Army Chief, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshall Tahir Rafique, Director General Strategic Plans Divisions, General (retd) Khalid Ahmed Kidwai, senior officers from Armed Forces, scientists and engineers.

    Army Chief Kayani while appreciating the work of NESCOM scientists and engineers, highlighted that induction of indigenously developed surveillance capable UAVs in Pakistan Armed Forces is a force multiplier, and will substantially enhance their target acquisition capabilities in real time.

    Earlier on Monday, Army Chief Kayani paid a farewell visit to Air Headquarters in Islamabad. During his visit, the Army chief called on Air Chief Marshall Tahir Rafique Butt. The Air Chief lauded General Kayani’s services in strengthening the defence of Pakistan and contributing towards unprecedented Tri-Service synergy.

    UAVs inducted in Pakistan Army and Air Force fleet - thenews.com.pk
     
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    It looks like a glorified shopping trolley :lol:

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    First they said their missiles are indigenous they turn out to NK and Chini and were falling on Pakistani heads, when their fight computer ditch the missile midway.

    now this indigenously develop UAV turn out to be Chinese CH-3 UAV :rofl:

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    [video]http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMjIzNDUyNDcy.html[/video]
     
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    Do these people have any shame calling this indigenous or does the word "indigenous" means "made in china" in pakistan.
     
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    Just like Principal agent relationship, it is Master slave relationship, what is of master, slave think it is his...............[​IMG]
     
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    Now Lashkar-e-Toiba will have their own Jihadi unmanned air force.:sarcastic:
     
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    What is the range and payload capability of this?
     
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    Re: Pakistani indigenously developed Strategic Unmanned Aerial Vehicl

    Ask Chinese member:p:p
     
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    Re: Pakistani indigenously developed Strategic Unmanned Aerial Vehicl


    CH-3

    Source 1. - cruising speed of 220kph, 12-hour maximum endurance, and a 200km line-of- sight communications radius.


    Source 2.- maximum take- off weight of 640 kg and its maximum range is 2400 kilometers. :dude:
     
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    Re: Pakistani indigenously developed Strategic Unmanned Aerial Vehicl

    Don't be too harsh, may be the pakistanis invented it first and chinese stole it from them as they often do with so many copied products from west .

    So now our pakistani friends are exposing this technology steal by the chinese.
     
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    Re: Pakistani indigenously developed Strategic Unmanned Aerial Vehicl

    @Mods should change the thread title to Pakistani "Pindigenously developed"
    Strategic Unmanned Aerial Vehicles ! :truestory:
     
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    Re: Pakistani indigenously developed Strategic Unmanned Aerial Vehicl

    from now on, US can claim that PAF is shooting down rockets which are killing Pakistanis and not CIA. That will paint the faces of people in Pak with black. The drone attacks are being done by PAF and being wrongly blamed on CIA. They can infact go even more hostile in using their drones.
     
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