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India Concerned After Pakistan’s JF-17 Export Order

Pakistan’s first export order of the JF-17 ‘Thunder’ fighter aircraft at the first day of the International Paris Air Show has left India concerned. Pakistan was successful in securing its first ever export order for its JF-17 Thunder fighter at the first day of the International Paris Air Show where a contract was confirmed to have been signed with an ...

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Aselsan To Provide CIWS for Pakistani Fleet

Aselsan has announced a EUR4.68 million (USD5.09 million) contract with fellow Turkish technology and systems manufacturer Savunma Teknolojileri Mühendislik ve Ticaret (STM) to supply close-in weapon systems and communications equipment for the Pakistan Navy’s under-construction fleet tanker. Aselsan said in a 20 July statement that it would supply its STOP stabilised gun system and Communication Switch System (MAS) to be ...

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T–84 M the new war horse of Pakistan

The oplot M has been considerd over the MBT 3000. It is official that Pakistan will not pursue the MB-3000 Certain change will be made.Allow me to further explain. The Ukrainians have offered the tank a standard version. T-84 oplot M T-84 oplot M

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Beijing Technology Show Highlights Advances in Chinese Fighter Sensors

Star’s EOTS-86 appears to be similar to the Electro-Optical Targeting System (EOTS) that equips the Lockheed Martin F-35. China’s Jiangsu A-Star Aviation Industries Company (A-Star) used the first Beijing exhibition promoting “civil-military integration” to reveal new combat aircraft electro-optical systems, some of which may be slated for the country’s fifth-generation fighters. J-31 Stealth Fighter with new sensors A-Star’s booth featured ...

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China May Export J-10B Fighters With Russian AL31FN-S3 Engines To Pakistan

J-10B  with Russian AL31FN-S3 Engines China may export its J-10B fighter equipped with the Russian-built AL31FN-S3 engine to Pakistan and other potential buyers from Asia, Latin America and Africa in the near future, writes the Kanwa Defense Review, a Chinese-language military magazine based in Canada.Chengdu Aircraft Industry Group last year began the mass production of the J-10B fighters. A total of ...

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JF-17 Fighter Flying With Indigenous Chinese Turbofan Engine

Chinese aviation official has revealed that the Chengdu Aircraft Corporation FC-1/JF-17 fighter co-developed with Pakistan has been test-flown with a new Chinese medium-thrust turbofan engine. Li Yuhai, an executive vice president with the Aviation Industries Corporation of China (AVIC), told IHS Jane’s at the Paris Airshow that a new Chinese turbofan for the J-17 has been “under testing,” has completed “lab tests”, ...

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IS China’s Caihong-4 (CH-4) Drone Among World Best UCAV

Shi Wen, chief engineer of the Caihong series of drone. In the interview Shi said, “Caihong-4 drone is a new unmanned aerial vehicle that has been developed on the basis of Caihong-3.It has a maximum speed of 230 km/hour, cruise duration of 40 hours, and range of 5,000 km. Caihong-4 or CH-4 “In addition to conventional reconnaissance, Caihong-4 can carry precision-guided ...

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