Pakistan Test Fired Cruise Missile Hatf VII Babur: ISPR

 Cruise Missile Hatf VII Babur
 Cruise Missile Hatf VII Babur
Pakistan
on Tuesday conducted a successful test fire of the multi-tube,
indigenously developed Cruise Missile Hatf-VII (Babur), having a range
of 700 km.
According to ISPR statement, Babur Cruise Missile
is a low flying, terrain hugging missile with high maneuverability, pin
point accuracy and radar avoidance features.
It can carry both
nuclear and conventional warheads and has stealth capabilities. It also
incorporates the most modern cruise missile technology of Terrain
Contour Matching (TERCOM) and Digital Scene Matching and Area
Co-relation (DSMAC), which enhances its precision and effectiveness
manifolds.
The missile was launched from a state of the art multi
tube Missile Launch Vehicle (MLV) which significantly enhances the
targeting and employment options of Babur Weapon System in both the
conventional and nuclear modes.

The test was witnessed by Chairman
Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Khalid Shameem Wynne, Director
General Strategic Plans Division, Lieutenant General Khalid Ahmed Kidwai
(R), Chairman National Engineering and Scientific Commission (NESCOM),
Mr Muhammad Irfan Burney, senior officers from the armed forces and
strategic organizations, scientists and engineers. The test will
consolidate Pakistan’s strategic deterrence capability, and further
strengthen national security.