Pakistan's 750km babur II missile crashes again.

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lol these inbreds can't even build anything on their own...

Pakistan’s efforts to build a 750 km range ground-launched cruise missile Babur II have suffered a set-back with the delivery platform crashing to the ground after two minutes or 14 kilometres in flight from the launch point at Sonmiani test range in Balochistan on March 19. According to national security planners and Pakistan watchers, this was the second consecutive test failure of the Babur II sub-sonic missile after the previous test failed on April 10, 2018. The second test launch failed while being witnessed by Lt Gen Sahir Shamshad Mirza, Chief of General Staff, Pakistan General Headquarters, Rawalpindi, and top officials of Army Strategic Forces Command (ASFC) and Strategic Plans Division. Senior officials told Hindustan Times that Pakistan with the help of China is trying to build missile named after first Mughal Emperor Babur to match the 1,000 kilometre range Nirbhay cruise missile being developed by the DRDO. Both the missiles are said to have terrain hugging and sea skimming capabilities with nuclear as well as conventional warhead. The Nirbhay missile has already undergone six test trials with the last one achieving full mission objectives. It is understood that before testing Babur II missile, a team of Pakistan missile scientists had visited China. Islamabad has already developed a 700 kilometre range Babur I cruise missile that can be fired both from land as well as sea with terrain contour matching and GPS satellite guidance. It is also trying to develop air launched cruise missile by the name RAAD. The Pakistani cruise missiles are derivatives of Chinese C-602 and C-802 missiles with both the countries not members of missile technology control regime.
 

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I think paki establishment would like to see 2-3% of their population to die, due to their overpopulation problem. That explains their careless attitude towards Coronavirus.

Remember, Pakistan's population is growing at 2% annually, compared to India's at 0.9%. They haven't bothered implementing family planning in their illiterate awaam.

Coming back to the missiles, does it use a turbofan engine, or a turbojet/ramjet?
 

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I think paki establishment would like to see 2-3% of their population to die, due to their overpopulation problem. That explains their careless attitude towards Coronavirus.

Remember, Pakistan's population is growing at 2% annually, compared to India's at 0.9%. They haven't bothered implementing family planning in their illiterate awaam.

Coming back to the missiles, does it use a turbofan engine, or a turbojet/ramjet?
it uses turbojet engine.................
 

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Arey you guys dont understand...

All these unsuccessful missiles are renamed Nasr coz they will end up on their own territory.

So pakis came up with a brilliant idea.

Paki General-Abdul,target Dahlii.

Abdul-Launching missile 3..2..1 boom

Sialkot destroyed sir.

Paki General.. Alhamdulliah..spread the news we destroyed Indian army by launching Nasr.
 

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I think paki establishment would like to see 2-3% of their population to die, due to their overpopulation problem. That explains their careless attitude towards Coronavirus.

Remember, Pakistan's population is growing at 2% annually, compared to India's at 0.9%. They haven't bothered implementing family planning in their illiterate awaam.

Coming back to the missiles, does it use a turbofan engine, or a turbojet/ramjet?

I think the Babur test and its subsequent failure shows how insecure pakis are.

While DRDO is R&Ding and producing ventilators, masks & hand sanitizers the first thing the cowardly paki military thought to do was to "warn"(And fail miserable at it) India not to take advantage of the situation.

Basically projecting.
 

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