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Fuerzas Armadas de Pakistan

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Fuerzas Armadas de Pakistan

Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 6/4/2015, 11:31 pm



Los movimientos de tecnologia de exportacion China hacia el terreno (enemigo
acerrimo de India y vecino del archienemigo de India que es China) le dan un
reves a los Indios, considerando que la balanza estrategica signada por India
con Japon y los E.U:(este ultimo de facto) para mantener el equilibro de fuerzas
navales en el Oceano Indico, los Chinos no dejaran de acomodar las torres y
los Caballos en el ajedrez, para preparar el Jaque mate militar si tuviera la
India conflictos de nuevo con sus vecinos del Norte.
(De nuevo, vease el triangulo militar CHINA-PAKISTAN-IRAN)

Dejar que los paises busquen su autosuficiencia en esta etapa de conflictos
etnicos, generar las olas de expansion de equipos en diferentes direcciones.
Ya la India, anticipa sus propios desarrollos de sistemas anti-misiles para
neutralizar a sus vecinos Pakistanies, y no queda aclarado si lograra tambien
los lanzamientos desde China.





Strategic Weapons: Chinese Missile Tech In Pakistan



April 1, 2015: On March 9, 2015 Pakistan successfully launched its Shaheen 3 IRBM ballistic missile for the first time. This missile, now proven to work, has the longest range (2,700 kilometers) of any Pakistani missile and can reach all of India.

Shaheen 3 is a solid fuel missile while most of Pakistan’s earlier long-range missiles were liquid fueled. Shaheen 3 was developed in secrecy, perhaps because Pakistan was unsure if they could perfect the technology for producing large solid fuel rocket motors. Pakistan had to obtain this tech from somewhere else because Pakistan does not have the industrial infrastructure to do it themselves. China was the most likely donor and China would do this largely because Pakistani ballistic missiles aimed at India make Indian anti-missile defenses less effective against Chinese ballistic missiles.


Meanwhile Pakistan has continued work on its liquid fuel missiles. In early 2012 Pakistan successfully tested a new version of its Shaheen 1 (Hatf IV) missile. The new one is being called Shaheen 1A and it has a range of 1,500 kilometers. The Shaheen 1 weighs 9.5 tons and carries a one ton warhead, to a maximum range of 700 kilometers. The 10 ton Shaheen 1A carries a smaller warhead and has more rocket fuel. The Shaheen 1A could cover most of northern India. The Shaheen 1A technology is considered more reliable than that used in the longer ranged Shaheen 2.

The Shaheen 1 entered service in 2003, and is apparently a variant of the Chinese M-9 missile. Pakistan is believed to have received the solid fuel M-9 in the 1990s, and since then modified it somewhat. Pakistan began producing the Hatf IV in the late 1990s, although it was not tested until 1999. The design appears to be well thought out, for the Hatf IV has had several successful tests. It's not known if Pakistan has a nuclear warhead of equal reliability. Such warheads are difficult to design, manufacture, and test.

China has long been selling military technology to Pakistan but it appears that nuclear warhead technology has not been offered.

Until the successful test of the Shaheen 3 the largest Pakistani ballistic missile was the Shaheen 2, which is believed to be an upgraded Pakistani version of the Chinese M-18, which was originally shown at the 1987 Beijing air show as a two-stage missile with a 1,000 km range and carrying a half ton warhead. This M-18 missile has the longest range of any of the current M/DF-series missiles.

There have been over half a dozen successful test launches of the Shaheen 2 since 2004. These missiles now have a range of 2,000 kilometers and can cover all but the southern tip of India. Satellite photos of a Pakistani factory 30 kilometers southwest of the capital show transporter erector launchers (TELs) being assembled for the Shaheen 2 ballistic missile. It appears that fifty or more of the 16.1 meter (fifty foot) long, six axle vehicles have been built there in the last five years. Shaheen 3 also uses a TEL.

Pakistan has a full range of solid fuel rockets. In addition to those mentioned above, there is the 1.5 ton Hatf I, which has a range of 80 kilometers, followed by larger and longer range models until Shaheen 3. In response to all this India has developed, and is about to deploy, an anti-missile system that can knock down some of the long range Pakistani ballistic missiles.

http://www.strategypage.com/htmw/hticbm/articles/20150401.aspx

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Mensaje por Takeda el 30/8/2015, 3:37 pm

EE.UU. entregará a Pakistán los primeros helicópteros de ataque AH-1Z en 2018

Publicado: 30 ago 2015 12:33 GMT


EE.UU. entregará a Pakistán los primeros helicópteros de ataque AH-1Z Viper en agosto de 2018, informa el periódico 'Dawn'. La entrega se desprende del contrato de unos 581 millones de dólares firmado entre ambos países que prevé el suministro a Islamabad en total de 15 aeronaves de este tipo. EE.UU. ya recibió el primer tramo equivalente al 10% del monto del trato.

Pakistán espera usar los 15 helicópteros de ataque en operaciones militares contra terroristas en las zonas montañosas del país. Asimismo, a primeros de agosto Islamabad firmó un acuerdo con Rusia sobre la compra de cuatro helicópteros Mi-35M, según RIA Novosti.

ENLACE: http://actualidad.rt.com/ultima_hora/184582-eeuu-pakistan-helicopteros-ataque-ah1z

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Re: Fuerzas Armadas de Pakistan

Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 18/1/2016, 11:38 pm


Habiendo realizado la solicitud de autorizacion por la Administracion de Obama en
la partida de ¨ayuda militar foranea¨, y sin dejar de aclarar que la operacion de
venta de 8 F-16´S a Pakistan, no puede ser clasificado como AYUDA HUMANITARIA,
en virtud que una buena parte de su uso, sera para neutralizar la interferencia y
migracion de los TALIBANES al territorio Pakistanes.

Tanto el Congreso (representantes) como los Senadores solicitaron extender el
plazo de esta autorizacion, para medir y prevenir el mal uso de dichos equipos
en encuentros fronterizos con el vecino de la India sin duda!!!!!







F-16 sale to Pakistan stalled as US lawmakers raise queries about their end use

BY AT EDITOR on JANUARY 12, 2016 in ASIA TIMES NEWS & FEATURES, INDIA, SOUTH ASIA
(From IANS)

The US Congress has stalled a planned sale of eight new F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan, the Pakistani media reported on Tuesday.

The move reflects the growing anti-Pakistan sentiments on Capitol Hill, Dawn quoted unnamed Congressional and diplomatic sources as saying.

Lawmakers used clarification and information notices to delay the sale, the report said.

The administration also received a “hold” notice from the Senate, using this legislative process to delay floor action on the proposed sale to Pakistan.

But this does not kill the proposed sale, and it can still go through if the administration continues to push for it, Dawn added.

The Obama administration is reported to be keen on selling these aircraft to Pakistan.

At recent Congressional hearings, key US lawmakers raised a host of questions about the end use of the F-16 aircraft and about US relationship with Pakistan.

“I don’t know how an F-16, with all of its hardware on there for combat, can be used for humanitarian aid. If they were buying C-130s Â… I could see those being used for humanitarian aid. But F-16! It’s not really humanitarian aid,” said Congressman Ted Poe.

“Those F-16s and the military equipment that we are providing Pakistan are being used against their own people, just like they did against the people over there in Bangladesh,” added Congressman Dan Rohrabacher.

Dawn said both lawmakers belong to a growing lobby in Congress which not only oppose arms sales to Pakistan but often urge the US administration to sever its ties with Islamabad.

The Obama administration had informally notified Congress of its intention to sell eight F-16s to Pakistan during Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s visit to Washington in October last year.

The administration followed it up with a formal notification of “foreign military financing” to fund the sale in December.

http://atimes.com/2016/01/us-congress-stalls-f-16-sale-to-pakistan/

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Mensaje por Von Leunam el 20/1/2016, 3:48 pm

Pakistán ensaya misil de crucero capaz de portar ojivas nucleares e invisible para radares.



Pakistán ensayó con éxito un misil de crucero Hatf VIII, informó el diario DAWN en base a fuentes militares. El misil probado, con un alcance de 350 kilómetros, puede portar una ojiva nuclear. "Las maniobras a baja altura permiten evitar que sea localizado e interceptado por los sistemas modernos de defensa antimisil", dice el comunicado. Se trata del séptimo ensayo del Hatf VIII desde 2007.

Pakistán, así como su principal rival regional, la India, no figura entre los firmantes del Tratado de No Proliferación Nuclear y anunciaron que disponen de la bomba nuclear. (Jesús.R.G.)

Fuente: http://mundo.sputniknews.com/

http://poderiomilitar-jesus.blogspot.com.es/2016/01/pakistan-ensaya-misil-de-crucero-capaz.html?spref=fb

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