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      KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian government may buy rockets and rocket launchers from Pakistan, a top Pakistani official said Wednesday.
      Malaysia has shown interest in buying small arms, especially MP5 sub-machine guns, and discussions were currently ongoing between the two parties, said Pakistan Ordinance Factories (POF) Director of Exports, Khawar Nawaz.

      'They are negotiating the delivery and terms of payment. However, the volume is not known,' official Bernama News Agency quoted Nawaz telling it at an Asian Defence Exhibition in the capital Kuala Lumpur.

      He said Malaysia had already bought 25,700 high explosive anti-tank (heat) rockets from Pakistan.

      Nawaz said Pakistan was also in collaboration with Malaysia in the area of supplying semi-finished ammunition and raw materials for the manufacture of ammunition and hand grenades.
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      SUBANG : Malaysia may purchase rockets and rocket launchers from Pakistan.

      Pakistan Ordnance Factories (POF) Director of Exports Khawar Nawaz said Malaysia had expressed interest in buying the weapons, and discussions are ongoing.

      Mr Nawaz was speaking to Bernama news agency at the ongoing 9th Defence Services Asia 2004 (DSA 2004) exhibition in Subang on Wednesday.

      "They are negotiating the delivery and terms of payment. However, the volume is not known," he said.

      He disclosed that Pakistan had also offered to sell small arms, especially MP5 sub-machine guns, to Malaysia.

      Before this, Malaysia had bought 25,700 high explosive anti-tank (Heat) rockets from Pakistan.

      Mr Nawaz said Pakistan was already collaborating with Malaysia's SME Ordnance Sdn Bhd in the area of supplying semi-finished ammunition and raw materials for the manufacture of ammunition and hand grenades.

      "We have also offered them and the Malaysian Armed Forces specific training in armament production and quality control. We are keen to expand our collaboration," he said.
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      Malaysia and Saudi Arabia are probably the only two nations that help Pakistan by buying Islamic Military Hardware.

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      Originally posted by Dildar Hussain:
      Malaysia and Saudi Arabia are probably the only two nations that help Pakistan by buying Islamic Military Hardware.
      The americans buy Mp-5 parts from POF, so do the British and the Italians.

      We also sell Gas masks to the french!

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      Big deal.

      Pakistan's total turn over from the defence exports mounts to a paltry $100 million a year.

      One of Britains largest defence companies, BAe has contracts for over $50 billion with 3 million employees. And, they sell more than just gas masks you know.

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      A country who's defence imports are far far higher than it's defence exports is not worth mentioning in the defence field.

      Pakistan should atleast have all types of guns for all uses for the Pakistani military before bragging senseless.

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      Originally posted by Gupistani:
      A country who's defence imports are far far higher than it's defence exports is not worth mentioning in the defence field.

      Pakistan should atleast have all types of guns for all uses for the Pakistani military before bragging senseless.
      no its worth mentioning, because until we still importing heavy arms , we can reduce the trade gap by supplying more and more small arms to others.
      its just some people dont like that idea a poor country start exporting arms which is very dear area of only super powers.

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      Originally posted by Gupistani:
      Big deal.

      Pakistan's total turn over from the defence exports mounts to a paltry $100 million a year.

      One of Britains largest defence companies, BAe has contracts for over $50 billion with 3 million employees. And, they sell more than just gas masks you know.
      Are you in your senses, you are comparing Pakistan and its infant POF and IDS to Bae>?BAE is almost as old as avro and avro is as old as WW1 so please get a grip .

      Secondly Pakistan spends more on indigious production thenmost countries in its situation, our HK parts are soo good that even the americans buy parts from POF.

      Secondly, Pakistan makes its own advanced HEAT shells and AP Shells it also manufactures a complete range of infantry and infantry support weapons. We also manufacture our own FBW: Missle Systems, Rocket Launchers, RPG, SAM and Shoulder Held SAM/GTG Missile systems.

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      Originally posted by Shak killS: no its worth mentioning, because until we still importing heavy arms , we can reduce the trade gap by supplying more and more small arms to others.
      Brother, that's alot of small arms they'll have to export to fill the gap.

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      Originally posted by Enforcer: Are you in your senses, you are comparing Pakistan and its infant POF and IDS to Bae>?BAE is almost as old as avro and avro is as old as WW1 so please get a grip .
      Pakistan has had nearly 60 years to catch upto BAe.

      Originally posted by Enforcer: Secondly Pakistan spends more on indigious production thenmost countries in its situation, our HK parts are soo good that even the americans buy parts from POF.
      Americans buy parts from China and also from tiny European countries not because the parts are 'that good' but because they're cheaper.

      Originally posted by Enforcer: Secondly, Pakistan makes its own advanced HEAT shells and AP Shells it also manufactures a complete range of infantry and infantry support weapons. We also manufacture our own FBW: Missle Systems, Rocket Launchers, RPG, SAM and Shoulder Held SAM/GTG Missile systems.

      I'll raise the Pakistani flag on top of my house when I see Pakistan go to the moon, or, build it's own Aircraft Carrier, or, build an ICBM missile.

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      Originally posted by PakistaniDragon:


      Pakistan has had nearly 60 years to catch upto BAe.



      Americans buy parts from China and also from tiny European countries not because the parts are 'that good' but because they're cheaper.




      I'll raise the Pakistani flag on top of my house when I see Pakistan go to the moon, or, build it's own Aircraft Carrier, or, build an ICBM missile.
      There is no point arguing with you, because from what i have seen all you can do is ***** and moan, you really should be pleased of all the tremendous developments we are making in self sufficency, six years ago we use to small unit equipment now we make our own tanks, gps systems, Ground Radar, UAV's, Small Arms, Rockets, Missiles, Third generation Night Vision systems and many other military related equipment and weapons systems. Development takes time, i cant belive how people like your self want what took 10 to 20 years of development and effort to land in our laps in a days time. Give it time, we will get there. Inshallah!

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      Originally posted by Enforcer: you really should be pleased of all the tremendous developments we are making in self sufficency,
      Still sunk in $33.5 Billion of debt. President Pervaiz Musharraf borrowed another $8 billion since 1999.

      Originally posted by Enforcer: six years ago we use to small unit equipment
      Even money starved African companies are making their own small weapons.

      Originally posted by Enforcer: now we make our own tanks,
      Only refurbishing Ukrainian and American tanks.

      Originally posted by Enforcer: gps systems,
      When did Pakistan launch it's first military satellite.

      Originally posted by Enforcer: Ground Radar,
      Why are the Germans offering Pakistan 'Advanced Radars' if Pakistan has already that technology.

      Originally posted by Enforcer: UAV's,
      Why they didn't bother to use these in Wazirsitan instead of risking the lives of hundereds of Pakistani soldiers?

      Originally posted by Enforcer: Small Arms,
      Pistols and Rifles arn't a complicated technology.

      Originally posted by Enforcer: Rockets,
      Welcome to the 'Missile Age', where everyone makes 'Guided Weapons'.

      Originally posted by Enforcer: Missiles,
      Iran tested it's long range Shihab Missle the other day. Even Iraq had made missile within the 12 years of the sanctions it lived under.

      Originally posted by Enforcer: Third generation Night Vision systems
      Bought from America. Pakistani agents were trying to steal this technology from the US in the late 90s but were caught.

      Originally posted by Enforcer: and many other military related equipment and weapons systems.
      So I guess this wll create millions of jobs and other people like 7.4 million Pakistanis outside Pakistan won't need to migrate to richer countries no more.

      Originally posted by Enforcer: Development takes time,
      Sometimes forver?

      Originally posted by Enforcer: i cant belive how people like your self want what took 10 to 20 years of development and effort to land in our laps in a days time.
      The word 'development' is just a dream in Pakistan.

      Originally posted by Enforcer: Give it time, we will get there.
      Another war, and Pakistan will be back in the stone age.

      Originally posted by Enforcer: Inshallah!
      Inshallah, Pakistan will wake up.

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      Originally posted by PakistaniDragon:


      Still sunk in $33.5 Billion of debt. President Pervaiz Musharraf borrowed another $8 billion since 1999.



      Even money starved African companies are making their own small weapons.



      Only refurbishing Ukrainian and American tanks.



      When did Pakistan launch it's first military satellite.



      Why are the Germans offering Pakistan 'Advanced Radars' if Pakistan has already that technology.



      Why they didn't bother to use these in Wazirsitan instead of risking the lives of hundereds of Pakistani soldiers?



      Pistols and Rifles arn't a complicated technology.



      Welcome to the 'Missile Age', where everyone makes 'Guided Weapons'.


      Iran tested it's long range Shihab Missle the other day. Even Iraq had made missile within the 12 years of the sanctions it lived under.



      Bought from America. Pakistani agents were trying to steal this technology from the US in the late 90s but were caught.



      So I guess this wll create millions of jobs and other people like 7.4 million Pakistanis outside Pakistan won't need to migrate to richer countries no more.



      Sometimes forver?



      The word 'development' is just a dream in Pakistan.



      Another war, and Pakistan will be back in the stone age.


      Inshallah, Pakistan will wake up.
      Your post speaks volumes about how much you know of the Pakistani defence establishment, so in order to enlighten you i am posting some elpful information and pictures, perhaps these wil wake you up.

      Pakistani UAV's
      http://www.uavflight.com/UAV_Gallery_Pakistan.htm

      Pakistan’s Beagle to sniff U.S. borders

      by Brian Walters

      An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) dubbed ‘Border Eagle,’ together with ground display software, is to be supplied by Integrated Dynamics (ID) to the U.S. Homeland Border Control. Some 20 of these mini surveillance systems are to be delivered before the end of February and an example is featured on the Pakistan-based company’s Dubai 2003 exhibit (Stand No. W102). On-board sensors are to be supplied in the U.S.

      ID is making its second appearance at a Dubai show, having previously promoted its UAV expertise in 1997 and winning orders as a result. Although Pakistan is the company’s biggest customer for UAVs and support systems, its expertise in flight control, telecommand and control systems has won recognition in several other countries including France and the UK to which such electronic equipment has been supplied.

      While the company’s smaller UAVs are powered by piston engines in the pusher configuration, the Tornado 2000 aerial target and decoy system, also on display, is powered by two 18-pound thrust mini turbojets, which endow a speed range of 70 to 300 knots. To help train UAV operators, ID has developed pilot and mission simulators that offer low cost solutions to training requirements that would otherwise oblige use of real UAVs.

      The pilot simulator provides a high level of realism and can support single or multiple instrument failures, while the mission simulator enables the user to analyze the mission before the actual flight, thus reducing risk and increasing system cost effectiveness.

      WEAPONS AND EQUIPMENT MADE IN PAKISTAN (By Licence) and indiginous:


      PN DOCKYARD:
      AGOSTA 90 - B
      DESCRIPTION
      The most prestigious, demanding and technically challenging construction project ever undertaken by PN Dockyard is construction of AGOSTA 90 - B Submarine. AGOSTA 90 - B is state of the art submarine with latest sensors and combat systems.

      MIDGET SUBMARINES
      DESCRIPTION
      Mine laying in enemy harbour entrance and off shore routes
      Frogmen attacks through exit trunk
      Torpedo attack on target of opportunity

      MISSILE BOATS
      (PNS JALALAT)
      DESCRIPTION
      A state of the art missile craft fitted with combat systems which equips the ship with the real punch against the enemy on one hand and adequate self defence to the other.
      Peace time patrolling, search and rescue
      To attack enemy surface ships at long range (over 100 Kns)
      To provide air defence to the craft
      Equipped with electronic warfare capability

      DEMAGNETIZER SHIP
      DESCRIPTION
      The craft is equipped with advance demagnetizing equipment which reduces the magnetic signature of submarines after docking / re-fit.

      PUSHER TUGS
      DESCRIPTION
      The tugs are fitted with powerful engines and are meant for securing ships / submarines alongside berth or taking them away while proceeding to sea.

      FLOATING DOCK
      DESCRIPTION
      Floating Docks (1000 tons, 1500 and 4000 tons) can provide repair and maintenance facility for the under water portions and fitting of ships, submarines and missile crafts.

      GRP BOATS
      DESCRIPTION
      The main body of the boat (hull) is constructed of Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) and the boat is meant for transportation of officers, personnel and cargo.

      WATER BARGE
      DESCRIPTION
      To provide water to the secured and moored ships at naval berths mooring and anchorage.

      MINES COUNTER MEASURES VESSEL
      DESCRIPTION
      PN Dockyard undertook the challenge of outfitting most modern mine hunter to counter mines threat. This vessel is outfitted with state of the art weapons and sensors to protect an entire fleet against acoustic / magnetic and pressure sensitive mines.

      PAKISTAN AERONAUTICAL COMPLEX
      KARAKORAM - 8
      (K -8 Jet Trainer)
      INTRODUCTION
      Karakoram - 8 is a basic cum advanced jet trainer, jointly designed and manufactured by Aircraft Manufacturing Factory and Nanchang Aircraft Company China. The aircraft is equipped with advanced features and can adequately be utilized in close support role. The aircraft has already been inducted in a number of air forces around the world.

      SUPER MUSHSHAK

      INTRODUCTION
      Super Mushshak is a variant upgraded version of Mushshak fitted with a more powerful 260 HP engine, cockpit air-conditioning, electrical instruments, and electric cum manual elevator and rudder trim. The aircraft has been developed to meet FAR part 23 certification in categories normal, utility and aerobatics. It has spacious side by side cockpit giving good contact between the pilot and the co - pilot / observer or between the student and the instructor for the effective "watch me" instruction. Super Mushshak meets the requirements of a modern primary training syllabus and is an ideal basic trainer for basic flight training and instrument flying.

      HEAVY INDUSTRIES TAXILA

      AL - KHALID
      Main Battle Tank

      AL - ZARRAR
      Modernization of Tank T - 59
      NECESSITY
      Tank T - 59, which has been in use with Pakistan Army, is being upgraded under a phased programme since 1990. After having completed 1st phase of upgrade in1997, the 2nd phase has been launched in 1998 with a total of 50 upgrade features, which have given a quantum technological leap to this old tank.
      Owing to their large population, Pakistan Army can not afford to discard / phase out all T-59 tanks in the foreseeable future. It is therefore essential to keep these tanks operationally and technologically compatible with the modern tanks in use with our adversary.

      CONCEPT
      It is envisaged to utilize stretch potential of T - 59 tank through upgrade in fire power, mobility and armour protection at a fraction of the cost of a modern main battle tank.

      MODERNIZATION PARAMETERS
      As an R & D project three prototypes are being prepared with a view to incorporating the following :
      125mm Smooth Bore Gun
      700 HP Engine
      Compatible Gun Control and Fire Control System
      Add-on Armour / Explosive Reactive Armour

      PROGRESS
      3 X Prototypes have been prepared with the following features :
      Prototype - 1
      125 mm smooth Bore Gun with semi auto loading mechanism, major improvements in the turret and Gun Control System
      690 HP Power Pack (5TDF) with upgrade / reinforced suspension system
      Enhanced armour protection through add-on armour
      Prototype - 2
      690 HP Engine (V46 - 5M)
      Modified Transmission
      Improved Suspension
      Explosive Reactive Armour and Antimine Bottom Plate
      Prototype - 3
      730 HP Engine and Improved Transmission
      125 mm Smooth Bore Gun
      Semi - Automatic Loading System
      Image Stabilized Fire Control and Improved Gun Control System
      Improved Suspension
      Enhanced Armour protection with Explosive Reactive Armour
      TESTS / TRIALS
      All the prototypes have undergone successful summer mobility and fire power trials for user / technical evaluation to ascertain viability of upgrade / performance improvement over the basic T - 59 tank.

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      TANK T - 59MII
      Modernization of Tank T - 59
      REBUILD
      HIT has been rebuilding Tank T-59 since 1979 and has now acquired a high level of expertise in this field. Rebuild envisages stripping of tank to its last nut and bolt, replacing worn out components with new ones and rebuilding the remaining ones to original manufacturer’s specification. This task is carried out with the help of elaborate machines, tooling, and test equipment by highly skilled engineers / technicians. HIT has over the years achieved an indigenization of almost 70% by value and over 85% by variety which has helped lower costs significantly. Besides, some of the most sophisticated electronic system like fire control systems and gun control systems has been indigenized.
      MODERNIZATION
      In order to ensure that Tank T-59 keep pace with technology battlefield requirements, HIT under took to upgrade these tanks to the T-59 MII configuration during 1998. This programme is well under way and the tanks have been equipped with a total of 50 features / improvements including :
      TI Sight
      Upgunning to 105 mm Calibre
      580 HP Engine
      Bi-axis Stabilization
      Integrated Computerized Fire Control System
      Auto Fire Extinguisher System
      Hydraulic Assisted Steering & Clutch Mechanism
      Global Positioning System
      Air Starting System
      Thermal Smoke System
      Auxiliary Power Unit
      Fuel Dispensing Unit

      APC M113 A1 / A2
      Rebuild of M - Series Tracked Vehicles
      REBUILD
      APCs rebuilt at HRF (M) are a symbol of quality and skill par excellence. Complete rebuild of APCs back to its original manufacturer’s specifications entails elaborate rebuild facilities, professionalism and highest quality standards which have been achieved with the help of sophisticated machinery, skilled manpower and latest test equipment / procedures. Most economical rebuild is accomplished through macro reclamation, sound engineering management systems and computerized inventory control. The quality product rolled out is comparable with brand new APCs.

      APC M113 A2 MK - 1
      Armoured Personnel Carrier
      APC M113 A2 MK - 1 belongs to the family of most widely used combat vehicles in the world today. The economical upgrading of M113 A2 is highly suitable to meet battlefield challenges now and into the future. An improved cooling system has enhanced engine life whereas greater mobility and better ride characteristics are the result of improved suspension system currently available in APC M113 A2 MK - 1. The M113 A2 MK - 1 has a 265 HP Detroit Diesel Corporation (DDC) 6V53T turbocharged diesel engine replacing the DDC 6V53 212 HP engine found in earlier M113s. Teamed with the new engine is an Allison TX 100 - 1A transmission. Survivability is enhanced through use of external fuel tanks. Various forms of bolt-on armour can be added to increase the Armour protection of the vehicle.

      ARV - W653
      Armoured Recovery Vehicle

      PAKISTAN ORDNANCE FACTORIES
      During the Second World War, British used the sub-continent as a spring-board and a logistics base to conduct its campaigns in the Eastern Theatre. Towards this end they developed massive logistics infrastructure, including sixteen Ordnance Factories.
      In 1947 at the time of independence, Pakistan could not get even a single Ordnance Factory. First Prime Minister conceived a Plan in December 1947 and decided to establish an Ordnance Factory. The second Prime Minister inaugurated Civil Works for four Factories at Wah in December 1951, 36 kilometers north of present Federal Capital Islamabad.
      During Wars of 1965 & 1971 un-justified and unilateral arms embargo jolted Pakistan and serious thought was given to self-reliance.
      POF of the late fifties was producing .303 Rifle, its ammunition, 25 Pounder Artillery ammunition, 40 mm Anti Aircraft ammunition, M36 hand grenade, 2”and 3” Mortar Bombs and 500 lbs and 750 lbs Aircraft Bombs.
      It was a turning point in the history of POF as it went through modernization and expansion over the next two and half decades. Today POF is a gigantic industrial complex with fourteen factories and eight subsidiaries employing a total work force of over 33,000.
      PRODUCTION UNITS
      Medium Artillery Ammunition
      Brass Mills
      Explosives
      Machine Gun
      Small Arms Ammunition
      Tank Ammunition
      Propellants
      Tungsten Carbide
      Bombs & Grenades
      Clothing
      Filling
      Tungsten Alloy
      Weapons
      ISO CERTIFICATION
      The hallmark of POF products is the strict adherence to quality control. POF believes that only the finest products should be provided to the soldiers in the field. Keeping this in view the quality control starts right from the raw material for which POF has large metallurgical and chemical laboratories, assisted by a group of small control laboratories spread throughout the complex.
      At every stage of production, each product is checked at the plant by the producer. Work inspection department carries out inspection of all the products. Super check is carried out by the armed forces inspection department. Independent quality control measures are encouraged to ensure that all POF products conform to the highest standards. Live firing test facilities are available with the most modern ballistic monitoring units and conditioning chambers in several firing ranges from 100 to 200 meters (Closed range) to 40 kilometers (Open Range). All testings conform to establish international proofing and inspection specifications.
      At POF, every effort is made to produce top quality products and the system of constantly updating and modernizing the manufacturing facilities is the cornerstone of POF’s policies.
      WEAPONS
      RIFLE G3A3 & G3A4
      RIFLE G3A3 (DP)
      MACHINE GUN MG3
      SMG MP5A2, MP5A3, MP5P4, MP5P5, MP5 PK
      12.7 MM ANTI AIRCRAFT MACHINE GUN TYPE 54
      TANK AMMUNITION
      100 MM APFSDS / T
      100 MM HE
      100 MM HESH
      105 MM HESH
      105 MM APFSDS / T
      105 MM HE
      125 MM APFSDS / T
      125 MM HE
      ARTILLERY & AIR DEFENCE AMMUNITION
      105 MM HOW HE
      105 MM HOW BLANK
      105 MM HOW SAND FILLED
      105 MM HOW SMOKE
      120 MM MORTAR BOMB HE
      120 MM MORTAR BOMB SMOKE
      122 MM HOW HE
      122 MM MBRL ARTILLERY ROCKET - YARMUK
      130 MM GUN HE
      155 MM HOW HE M 107
      155 MM HOW HE ICM M483A1 (LAP)
      203 MM (8") HOW HE (LAP)
      35 MM A. A. AMMO. (LAP). (OERILKON)
      37 MM HE / T & BALL
      37 MM BLANK
      INFANTRY AMMUNITION
      7.62 X 51 MM BALL (NATO) CTN
      7.62 X 51 MM BALL BELTED
      7.62 X 51 MM BLANK (STAR CRIMPING)
      7.62 X 39 MM BALL
      5.56 X 45 MM BALL
      9 X 19 MM BALL PARABELLUM FOR SMG & PISTOL
      .303” BALL
      12.7 X 108 MM API, APIT ANTI AIRCRAFT AMMUNITION
      CARTRIDGE SIGNAL
      106 MM RR HEAT
      106 MM RR HS
      RPG - 7 ROCKET (40 MM)
      SPG - 9 HEAT (73 MM)
      60 MM MOTOR BOMB HE
      60 MM MOTOR BOMB SMOKE
      60 MM MOTOR BOMB ILLUMINATING
      60 MM MOTOR BOMB RED
      60 MM MOTOR BOMB GREEN
      60 MM MOTOR BOMB HES
      81 MM MOTOR BOMB HE
      81 MM MOTOR BOMB PRACTICE
      81 MM MOTOR BOMB HES
      81 MM MOTOR BOMB SMOKE
      81 MM MOTOR BOMB GREEN
      81 MM MOTOR BOMB RED
      GRENADE HAND ARGES 84
      GRENADE HAND ARGES 84 PRACTICE
      GRENADE TARGET INDICATION
      (GREEN, ORANGE, BLUE & WHITE)
      GRENADE HAND SMOKE WP - 80
      ENGINEER AMMUNITION
      MINE ANTI TANK
      FLARE TRIP WIRE
      BANGALORE TORPEDO
      CHARGE DEMOLITION NO.1 6” BEEHIVE
      PLASTIC EXPLOSIVE PE - 3A
      MILITARY EXPLOSIVES & PROPELLANTS Black powers, TNT, RDX. Compo - B, Tetryl, Nitroguanidine, PE - 3A, P.E.T.N., Single, Double, & Triple base Propellants for Small Arm Ammunitions, Artillery Ammunitions, Rockets etc.
      AIR FORCE AMMUNITION
      BOMB HE A / C GP 500 Lbs MK - P8 (LOW DRAG)
      BOMB HE A / C GP 500 Lbs MK - P8 (LOW DRAG) DUMMY
      BOMB PRACTICE 6 KG MK - 2
      BOMB PRACTICE 25 Lbs BDU - 33 D / B
      CARTRIDGE 30 MM BALL A / C AMMUNITION
      CARTRIDGE 30 MM HEI A / C AMMUNITION
      CARTRIDGE 30 MM API A / C AMMUNITION
      30 X 113 MM TP - F CARTRIDGE
      CARTRIDGE PENCIL SHOOTING (RED, GREEN & ILLUMINATING)
      CARTRIDGE SMOKE & FLASH NO.2 MK - 1
      NAVY AMMUNITION
      5” / 38 GUN AMMUNITION
      20 MM PHALANX AMMUNITION

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      NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMPLEX
      MILITARY FUSES
      DESCRIPTION
      Proximity Fuses NPF02
      Piezoelectric Fuses NPE07
      Acceleration Switch NGS01
      OBJECTIVES
      Different types of fuses are produced to meet a variety of applications.

      FUEL AIR EXPLOSIVE - 1
      OBJECTIVES
      Fuel-Air-Explosive bomb with high lethality performance against soft targets.

      PROGRAMMABLE SUB - MUNITION DISPENSER - 1
      OBJECTIVES
      Programmable Sub-Munition Dispenser is a cluster bomb unit which provides extensive area denial capability.

      NDE - 339 AIR BURST NOSE FUSE
      DESCRIPTION
      High performance Air-flow based-arming fuse
      Weight 1.5 kg
      Operating Altitude 100 m
      OBJECTIVES
      NDC-339 nose Fuse is used for optimal performance of Air Burst Bombs.

      TELEMETRY SYSTEM
      DESCRIPTION
      Telemetry Transmitter NTR - 14
      Match & Control Box NCB - 21
      Data Acquisition Unit NDA - 6
      Telemetry Antennae NTA - 40 - 1
      OBJECTIVES
      This system is used to transmit data in "S" band for in-flight tests of aircrafts and missile under severe conditions.

      RADAR ALTIMETERS
      DESCRIPTION
      ND 552
      RF - pulse power 15 W
      RF - ulse width 200 ns
      ND 554
      Transmitter Frequency in "S" band
      Transmitting Power greater than 500 W
      OBJECTIVES
      These altimeters are used in missiles to measure altitude and switching action taking place at a preset altitude

      DSC - I CONVENTIONAL DEMOLITION CHARGE
      DESCRIPTION
      DC - 1 DC - 2 DC - 3 Length (mm)
      230 200 100 Width (mm)
      212 100 40 Height (mm)
      280 125 50 Weight (Kg)
      10 0.3 0.25
      OBJECTIVES
      The demolition charges have been designed and developed to demolish reinforced concrete structures, bridges, towers, etc.

      PROPELLANTS & CHEMICALS
      DESCRIPTION
      HTPB
      AP
      AL Powder
      HX752
      MAPO
      Hydrazine
      Ablative Material
      OBJECTIVES
      The propellant and Chemicals group of NDC is a team of competent and dedicated engineers and scientists. The group is presently engaged in the production of basic chemical ingredients of a solid propellant. This challenging work is being done indigenously under stringent quality control according to the international standards. Some R & D work is also done alongside for the improvement of production methods and the products. The solid propellants offer such advantages over liquid propellants as better cost effectiveness, easier handling, simpler casting, shorter preparation times and longer storage life. All or any of the chemicals given here can be supplied in desired quantities as per specifications. Our experts can also find effective, economical and practical solution of the problems in the fields of chemical processes and quality control.

      EXPLOSIVE REACTIVE ARMOUR
      DESCRIPTION
      The ERA Module for main battle tank offers increased precaution equivalent to 250 - 300 mm of RHA against heat rounds.

      TANDEM SHAPED CHARGE ROUND
      DESCRIPTION
      Tailored for fitting on RED – ARROW / BAKTAR-SHIKAN GUIDED MISSILE to defeat reactive armour. This warhead design is highly effective against reactive and composite armour. It uses a front probe, which carries a small precursor self-forging projectile (SFP) which drills a hole on ERA to provide paggage for the subsequent main jet this warhead is capable of defeating NATO triple target and also gives penetration of more than 460 mm in RHA behind ERA.

      TK - HESH ROUND
      (105 MM / 100 MM)
      DESCRIPTION
      The high explosive squash head (HESH) projectile is a blunt-nosed thin-walled forged steel shell filled with RDX / WAX (91:9) explosive composition. An inert material is filled in the nose for proper way shaping. When the projectile hits the target, the explosive is spread over the target surface and the base fuse detonates the high explosive at the optimum time necessary for a SCAB detachment from the other surface of the target the round is very effective against continuous armour and reinforced structures.

      APFSDS
      (105 MM)
      DESCRIPTION
      This Armour Piercing Fins Stabilized Discarding Sabot (APFSDS) warhead consists of a long rod penetrator made of Depleted Uranium (DU) which is mounted in dual alloy sabot. Once out of the barrel, the penetrator is separated from the sabot and hits target with great kinetic energy. This round can be fired from 105mm L7 series rifled tank guns fitted on many MBTS such as LEOPARD, VICKERS MK1 & MK3, M60, UPDATED M48, MERKAVA, and REGUNNED T54 SERIES.

      RR HEAT WARHEAD
      (106 MM)
      DESCRIPTION
      This is a fin-stabilized High Explosive Anti-Tank (HEAT) round for use with the 106mm Recoil-Less Rifle-M40 or M40A1. The trumpet shaped warhead liner is optimized for maximum penetration. A penetration of more than 500 m has been achieved in RHA during static tests and dynamic trials have yielded penetration of more than 480 mm.

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      PAKISTAN MACHINE TOOL FACTORY (PVT) LTD

      LIGHT MORTAR
      (60 MM - LONG BARREL)
      OBJECTIVES
      PMTF mortars are smooth bore conventional drop - fired weapons with simple operating mechanisms. These mortars can be easily dismantled into basic components for greater mobility and fire power and they can fire High Explosive, Smoke or Illuminating Bombs.

      PORTABLE ANTI - TANK ROCKET LAUNCHER
      (40 MM RPG - 7)
      OBJECTIVES
      PMTF anti - tank rifle / guns are made from high quality steel to destroy any type of armoured vehicle / tank. These weapons can also be effectively used in anti - personnel role, destruction of pill boxes, and enemy strong points.

      HEAVY MORTAR
      (120 MM)
      OBJECTIVES
      PMTF mortars are smooth bore conventional drop - fired weapons with simple operating mechanisms. These mortars can be easily dismantled into basic components for greater mobility and fire power and they can fire High Explosive, Smoke or Illuminating Bombs.

      RECOILLESS RIFLE 106 MM / RR
      OBJECTIVES
      PMTF anti - tank rifle / guns are made from high quality steel to destroy any type of armoured vehicle / tank. These weapons can also be effectively used in anti - personnel role, destruction of pill boxes, and enemy strong points. Recoilless Rifle 106 mm can also be mounted on a jeep


      LIGHT MORTAR
      (81 MM)
      OBJECTIVES
      PMTF mortars are smooth bore conventional drop - fired weapons with simple operating mechanisms. These mortars can be easily dismantled into basic components for greater mobility and fire power and they can fire High Explosive, Smoke or Illuminating Bombs.


      MARGALLA ELECTRONICS
      INTRODUCTION
      Margalla Electronics (ME) was created in 1984 as a self reliance project under the Defence Production Division to support the Defence Services in the field of electronics. The support includes:
      Repair and rebuild of electronic equipment used by the services
      Applied research to improve equipment performance and reliability
      Original design and production
      Within a short span of time ME has accumulated sophisticated skills and hardware necessary for assembling, testing, and repairing of various types of military electronics products.
      ME has co-produced and fielded sophisticated state-of-the-art radar systems and communications equipment jointly with various international companies.

      GIRAFFE RADAR MK - II
      INTRODUCTION
      Giraffe Radar a C Band radar is integrated to RBS-70 Missile System. It was the first radar produced by ME, starting in the year 1987. It was designed by M / S Ericsson microwave System AB, Sweden. Margalla Electronics has produced and supplied 11 Giraffe Radars to Pakistan Army. It has a capability of tracking multiple targets simultaneously. It is interfaced with the Missile Systems provided by the Target Data Receiver which can be programmed for any system.

      LAADS RADAR
      INTRODUCTION
      Lockheed Sanders Inc. USA are the original manufacturers of Low Altitude Aircraft Detection System (LAADS) Radar. It is an L Band mobile radar capable of detecting low flying aircraft as well as hovering helicopter. It can classify the target as friend & foe and rejects ambiguous range target. Data of multiple targets can be transmitted to a Portable Integrated Weapon Display (PIWD) at remote sites.

      SKYGUARD RADAR
      INTRODUCTION
      Skyguard is an X Band fire control radar. It has on excellent surveillance and acquisition range and can be used against low flying aircrafts. The Skyguard Radar is used with 35 mm Oerlikon Gun System. M / S Contraves of Italy entered a contract with Margalla Electronics for the co-production of six Skyguard Radars for Government of Pakistan. The co-production task has been completed and the products are in use with the Pakistan Army giving a very satisfactory service.

      AIR WEAPONS COMPLEX
      BACKGROUND
      The roots of Air Weapons Complex (AWC) extend to 1990. Although it is a young company but that is why it is different. It has energy and dynamism which hard to match. AWC’s foundations were laid by the Government and it offers the most diverse range of products and services in the region to achieve self reliance in the Aerospace and Defence industry.
      CORPORATE OBJECTIVE
      Our efforts are boosted by the nation’s desire to score excellent and perfection in the high technology field thus establishing the foundations to emerge as a developed nation in the 21st century.
      Our Corporate Objective is to utilize and develop local vendor industry to its maximum potential thus contributing not only towards national development but also helping to build a perfect infrastructure for the industries which is a great incentive for foreign investors. To dedicate our efforts not only for national development but also provide services at international level.
      One of the company’s principle avenues of business development is to establish working relationships with foreign companies who wish to enter technology transfer agreements or other joint venture / co-development / co-production arrangements.
      OUR GOALS
      To provide a progressive response to ongoing development in the world and to fulfill today’s technical needs with tomorrow in mind. To renew ourselves and our production capabilities by updated technologies.
      Our services are just part of an on-going and uncompromising search for excellence aimed at putting ourselves, and our clients in the forefront of the emerging technologies of today and tomorrow. This kind of commitment has been achieved by AWC nurturing an atmosphere where invention and excellence are prized and respected. For AWC, this attitude has helped to create a precious, integrated and high tech facility.
      Our visions are imperative and our today’s decisions will have a major effect on what reality will look like in the 21st century. And it is immaculately this commitment that reigns at AWC. We are setting all our technological capabilities in motion to see that vision become reality. Day in and day out we are applying this concentration of high-tech know-how to make vision become reality, for humanity and its future.
      PRODUCTS
      125 Kg MK - 81 Steel Bomb
      250 Kg MK - 82 Steel Bomb
      500 Kg MK - 83 Steel Bomb
      1000 Kg MK - 84 Steel Bomb
      125 Kg Pre-Fragmented Bomb
      250 Kg Pre-Fragmented Bomb
      HAFR - 1 Antirunway Bomb
      Retarder & Conical Tail Unit
      M - 148 & M - 147 Adapter Booster
      AB - 100 Electronic Impact Fuze
      AB - 103 Electronic Proximity Fuze
      AB - 104 Electronic Proximity Fuze
      AB - 105 Electronic Impact Fuze
      Aerostar GPS
      Remotely Piloted Vehicle
      Chaff & Flare Dispenser
      Radar Warning Receiver
      SERVICES
      Composite Facility
      Computer Aided Design (CAD) Facility
      Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) Facility
      Structural Analysis Facility
      Electromagnetic Compatibility Facility (EMC)
      Vibration Testing Facility

      AL TECHNIQUE CORPORATION OF PAKISTAN

      LASER RANGE FINDER
      (MODEL AR 3)
      DESCRIPTION Compact, reliable instrument for infantry or forward observers.

      LASER DESIGNATOR
      (LDR 2)
      DESCRIPTION The high repetition LASER system is used to designate targets from the ground for close ground support, thereby permitting precision bombing of strategic targets.

      LASER THREAT SENSOR
      (LTS 1)
      DESCRIPTION Senses direction of enemy LASER systems. Helps in protecting MBTs, aircraft pens, and key installations.


      LASER ALTIMETER
      (AA 3)
      DESCRIPTION
      Provides low altitude accurate measurements above ground
      Retrofit on helicopters / fighter aircrafts

      AIRBORNE R / T SET
      (ARS 134)

      HUD COMBINER GLASSES
      DESCRIPTION
      HUD Combiner Glasses are used for Fighter Aircraft MIL - STD - 810D.

      TANK LASER RANGE FINDER
      (TR 3)
      DESCRIPTION Extremely efficient solution for improving the accuracy of tank gunnery. Specially developed for retrofit on the T - Series tanks (T - 55, T - 59 T - 69). It can also interface to Computerized Fire Control Systems.

      INTEGRATED FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM
      (IFCS 69)
      DESCRIPTION Ballistic Computer with integrated sensors to control gun correction. Specially designed for retrofit on T - Series tanks (T - 55, T - 59, T - 69).
      Moving Target Tracking, Tilt Sensor
      Wind Sensor, Air & Ammunition Temperature Sensors
      Ammunition Indicator, Gun Move Controller
      Options Gunner’s Night Sight (II), GNS - 2 or Thermal Camera

      INSTITUTE OF OPTRONICS
      Institute of Optronics (IOP) has established state-of-the-art military specifications production and testing facilities of night vision devices, based on Image Intensifier Tubes. The Night Vision Systems, without turning the night into day, vastly improve the ability of the Armed Forces to undertake a number of vital functions related to force effectiveness. Command and control, surveillance, movements both tactical and logistical and accuracy of firepower are some of the areas of activities in which the Night Vision Devices are playing a formidable and vital role. Institute of Optronics is playing a key role in this field and has established Military Specifications production and testing facilities of following night vision devices, based on second generation Image Intensifier Tubes:
      Individual Served Night Vision Weapon Sight (Equivalent to AN / PVS - 4A)
      Crew Served Night Vision Weapon Sight (Equivalent to AN / TVS - 5A)
      High Performance Night Vision Goggles (Equivalent to AN / PVS - 5C)
      High Performance Night Vision Binoculars (Equivalent to NVB - 4A and NVB - 5A)
      Driver’s Night Vision Periscope (DNVP - 1A)
      Aviator’s Night Vision Goggle
      An indigenization programme to progressively develop and manufacture components in Pakistan for night vision systems is being vigorously pursued. The future plans of this institute include the establishment of facilities for night vision devices based on Thermal Imaging Techniques for all types of armoured vehicles and helicopters. Besides meeting the night vision requirements of the Armed Forces of Pakistan, this institute has exported these to friendly countries.

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      NATIONAL RADIO TELECOMMUNICATION CORPORATION

      DEFENCE
      VHF and HF Man Pack / Vehicular Radio Sets
      Field Exchange
      VHF Range Boosters
      Mounting for Vehicles, APCs and Tanks
      Field Telephone
      Keypad Dialer
      Ni - Cd Batteries
      Battery Charger
      Linear Power Supplies

      MILITARY VEHICLES RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ESTABLISHMENT

      DAMAGE REPAIR TRAINING SIMULATOR
      (DRTS)
      SPECIAL FEATURES
      Possibility of introducing faults in the Hydraulic, Plumbing, Electric systems
      Simulation of effects like Fire Simulation (non - toxic smoke generation), Thermal Fogging, Battle noises, Splinter / shell damage (flooding of decks through distorted hatches, punctured pipe - work
      Computer controlled system controls and indicators
      Emergency ventilation and exhaust systems for fumes / smoke etc.
      Alternate and emergency power system
      Internal Communications through a set of intercoms / PA system
      Emergency rescue and recovery systems
      Three - deck scaled down frigate
      Deck No. 1 : Fire pump, davit etc.
      Deck No. 2 : Multiple compartments representing workshop, emergency fire compartment, fire repair party port, control room etc.
      Deck No. 3 : Junior rating mess, generator compartment. etc.

      ARMOURED VEHICLE LAUNCHED BRIDGE
      (AVLB) (SHORT SPAN)
      SPECIAL FEATURES
      Rapid bridging operation across wet and dry gaps
      Quick launching of bridge
      Bridge can sustain all military vehicles up to 60 - ton weight
      Entire bridging operation controlled by a two - man crew
      Crew / operator enjoys armour protection
      It a 13.5 meter (44.3 feet) span class - 60 scissor type foldable steel and aluminum alloy which can be launched by a standard AVLB launcher installed on turret less tank M47M. The bridge can be launched into position in approximately three minutes. The entire operation i.e. launching and retrieving is controlled from within the tank and the crew has therefore complete armour protection throughout the operation. This bridge (in its existing configuration) can be tandem launched with another medium or short span AVLB thus extending bridging span to 29 meter (95.15 feet) and 23.5 meter (77.1) feet respectively.

      ARMOURED VEHICLE LAUNCHED BRIDGE
      (AVLB) (MEDIUM SPAN)
      SPECIAL FEATURES
      Rapid bridging operation across wet and dry gaps, Minefields etc.
      Quick launching of bridge
      Bridge retrieval from both ends
      Bridge can sustain all military vehicles up to 60 - ton weight
      Entire bridging operation controlled by a two - man crew
      Crew / operator enjoys armour protection
      The AVLB comprises of a scissor type foldable 21.4 meter (70.21 feet) span aluminum alloy and steel bridge locked to a launching mechanism installed on turretless tank M47M. This launching mechanism is operated by 13 hydraulic cylinders controlled from within the tank. Bridge can be launched into position within three minutes by a two - man crew. It can be tandem launched with short span AVLB (in its unmodified / standard version) to cover a gap of 29 meter (95.15 feet). If required, it is possible to modify the bridge to launch it in tandem with a medium span AVLB, thus extending its bridging span to 37.20 meters (122 feet).

      HEAVY MECHANIZED BRIDGE
      (HMB)
      SPECIAL FEATURES
      Rapid bridging operation across wet and dry gaps
      Quick launching of bridge
      Bridge retrieval from both ends
      Bridge can sustain wheeled and military vehicles up to 18 and 50 tons capacity respectively
      Set can meet different requirements of single as well as multiple span applications
      This is a scissor type foldable steel bridge mounted on a 7.5 ton capacity vehicle. Each bridge section is 10 meters in span and is launched hydraulically. A combination of five bridge sections makes one set of 50 meters span. A bridge layer is composed of a bridge span, trestle, launching girder, bridge layer chassis and accessories. It can be recovered from home side as well as the far bank.

      VEHICLE LAUNCHED ASSAULT TRACKWAY
      CLASS - 30
      SPECIAL FEATURES
      Permits mobility to vehicles / equipment up to 30 tons weight
      Rapid launching of trackway on affected ground
      Time consuming, cumbersome and laborious retrieval by manual means avoided
      Entire operation is controlled from vehicle’s cabin
      Assault Trackway Class - 30 is a field expedient meant for laying over soft areas i.e., boggy, marshy, sandy patches or lengths of track likely to become degraded buy sustained traffic. The equipment enables carrying and launching of 50 meters length of special aluminum alloy trackway duly wrapped on its spool. The trackway permits mobility to vehicles / equipment upto 30 tons of combat weight. The launching vehicle is used for transportation as well as mechanical assisted launching / retrieval of the trackway. The launcher can easily launch / retrieve one 50 meter length within 10 - 20 minutes employing a crew of only three persons.

      VEHICLE LAUNCHED TANK ACCESS
      CLASS - 60
      SPECIAL FEATURES
      Permits mobility to vehicles / equipment up to 60 tons weight
      Rapid launching of tank access on ground
      System replaces time consuming, cumbersome and laborious manual laying / retrieval of conventional tank access in affected area
      Entire operation is hydraulically - assisted
      Can be retrieved from both ends
      Tank Access Class - 60 is a field expedient used over soft areas i.e., boggy, marshy, sandy patches or lengths of track likely to become degraded buy sustained traffic. Tank Access Class - 60 was previously laid manually which was a most time consuming and laborious operation. MVRDE has been able to successfully develop a hydraulic launching assembly mounted on a 6 ton carrier vehicle. Launching system is presently installed on a 6 ton Yasoob Truck. It can, however, be custom - designed for installation on nay other vehicle with requisite loading capacity (preferably with an integral PTO facility).

      25 TON SEMI TRAILER
      SPECIAL FEATURES
      Capable of carrying military equipment up to 25 tons weight
      Provide uniform payload support
      Can perform both on metallic roads and shingle / dirt tracks
      Low bed platform provides more overhead clearance
      Goose-neck configuration facilitates better turning radius
      It is a low bed, rear as well as side loading 25 ton semi - trailer having four dual wheels (two axles) equipped with air hydraulic brake system. It is used for transportation of earth moving and excavating equipment upto 25 ton weight.

      60 TON SEMI TRAILER
      SPECIAL FEATURES
      Capable of carrying military equipment up to 60 tons weight
      Provide uniform payload support
      Can perform both on metallic roads and shingle / dirt tracks
      Low bed platform provides more overhead clearance
      Goose-neck configuration facilitates better turning performance
      It is a semi - trailer having employed as standard tank transporter. It utilizes four dual axles in "Rocker Beam" configuration with 16 tyres designed to support the payload uniformly under all terrain conditions. It is capable of carrying all military vehicles and tanks upto 60 tons combat weight.

      Source:http://www.depo.org.pk/

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      I've seen that list before. Nothing significant about it.

      The first shows you rare large joint projects, namely, Agosta-B (only diesel fueled instead of nuclear, can't lanuch missiles of any types) with France. Mushak and K-8 made with China (80s contracts) and other small boats that don't require any advanced technology.

      The second list shows what is 'upgrade' only in Pakistan. It's not like they come up with a new design, a technology and are a first in any field. But just update second-hand equipment.

      The third is a list of different types of guns produced in Pakistan. Which all nations have for their military. There are gun shops all over the world where even people can buy them.

      The fourth is a list of small gadget that are a necessity only for preparedness purposes. You won't lose the war without them.

      The fifth is a list of differnt machinery to be used with the Tank battalion. Most of the time, it's not even used on a battle field.



      Your point is?

      There's nothing whatsoever significant about it. If a tiny little Switzerland can produce Grippon Fighters on it's own (no foreign help) and stealth boats. What's Pakistan made except fix broken parts bought from abroad?