Зоопарк пакистанских ракет

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Цитата2011-02-18 (China Military News cited from UPI) -- Pakistan successfully test-fired its nuclear-capable Hatf-7, or Babur, cruise missile as "part of a process of validating the system," a government statement said.

The test was witnessed by Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee Chairman Gen. Khalid Shamim Wynne, who said the launch would "go a long way in consolidating Pakistan's strategic deterrence capability and further strengthening national security." The country's "resolve and commitment to continue its strategic program will remain paramount."

The test at an undisclosed location was "warmly appreciated by the president and prime minister," who congratulated the scientists and engineers on their success, the statement said.

"Babur can carry strategic and conventional warheads" military spokesman Maj. Gen. Athar Abbas, said. Also, it has a 10-foot circular error point accuracy, tight enough for use in surgical strikes.

The missile -- named after the 16th-century Muslim ruler Zahir ud-din Muhammad Babur, founder of the Mughal Empire -- reportedly flew approximately 370 miles.

Its range is reported to be 470 miles, which, analysts have said, would allow for the missile to be launched deep inside Pakistani territory and reach major cities in neighboring India.

The range is politically significant because the missile was developed with an eye to defending Pakistan against India's indigenously developed BrahMos cruise missiles.

The 22-foot-long, tubular-fuselage Babur is believed to have up-to-date terrain contour matching as well as digital scene matching and area co-relation to maintain target direction and elevation. Both systems were developed with Chinese military assistance.

The missile resembles the BGM-109 Tomahawk, possibly because Pakistan research laboratories deconstructed as much as possible six 109s that crashed in Pakistani territory in 1998 during U.S. airstrikes against Afghanistan.

In particular, the engines of a 2005 test-launched Babur were similar to the Tomahawk. After a launch by a solid-fuel booster, a cruise turbo fan engine cuts in, giving the Babur a speed of about 550 mph.

Pakistan moved quickly to develop the Babur after India test fired the PJ-10 BrahMos cruise missile in 2001.

The BrahMos is jointly developed by Russia's Mashinostroyenia and India's BrahMos Corp. and has a ramjet cruise engine based on Russia's supersonic anti-ship Yakhont missile. The BrahMos's maximum speed is 2,100 mph -- three times that of the Tomahawk.

Earlier this month, BrahMos Aerospace said it received $4 billion of orders from the Indian military. The missile, with a range of around 180 miles, will be delivered to the army and navy over the next five years, with orders beyond that up to 2015 worth around $10 billion, a company statement said.

The Indian navy already has some missiles but the order is the first for India's army.

Air and underwater variants are under development.
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Press Release
No PR512/2010-ISPR Dated: December 21, 2010
Rawalpindi - December 21, 2010:

Pakistan today successfully conducted the training launch of Medium Range Ballistic Missile Hatf V (Ghauri). The launch was conducted by the Strategic Missile Group of the Army Strategic Force Command on the culmination of a field training exercise that was aimed at testing the operational readiness of the Army Strategic Force. Ghauri ballistic missile is a liquid fuel missile which can carry both conventional and nuclear warheads over a distance of 1300 Kms.

Today's launch was witnessed by Prime Minister Mr. Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, Chairman Joint Cheifs of Staff Committee General Khalid Shahmeem Wyne, Director General Strategic Plans Division, Lieutenant General Khalid Ahmed Kidwai (Retired) and other senior military officers and scientists.

Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani congratulated all ranks of the Army Strategic Force Command on the excellent standard achieved during training which was duly reflected in the proficient handling of the weapon system in the field and the accuracy of the training launch. He said that Pakistan can be justifiably proud of its defence capability and the reliability of its nuclear deterrence. This capability, he added, formed the bedrock of Pakistan's security policy and will continue to be enhanced.

Prime Minister Mr. Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani group photographed with the Strategic Missile Group of the Army Strategic Force Command on the occasion of training launch of Hatf V on Tuesday. (21-12-2010) - Photo ISPR

Successful conduct of the training launch Medium Range Ballistic Missile Hatf V (Ghauri) on Tuesday. (21-12-2010) - Photo ISPR
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ЦитатаICBM: Pakistan intercontinental missile underway[/size]
Thursday, August 13th, 2009

Technology to cover range of 7,000 Kms, Pakistan, to increase its defensive capabilities, has started preparing intercontinental missile with a range of 7000 kilometres.

According to sources, the intercontinental missile has a range of 7000 kilometres and is capable of hitting its target falling within its range. The missile can contain nuclear as well as traditional warheads. The missile has been termed a significant milestone for the defence of the country and is believed to strengthen the defence. According to sources, the missile would soon be test fired.

PAF to get airborne refullers next year: Pakistan Air Force plans to induct four Chinese airborne refullers next year, in a move to counter the Indian Air Forces' enhanced capabilities after New Delhi acquired six similar aircraft, an Indian news agency quoted the PAF chief as saying.

Air Chief Marshal Qamar Suleman underlined that the airborne refullers were necessary to match the IAF capabilities.

"This is an absolutely new capability which we are inducting. We never had this capability in the PAF," Suleman added, maintaining, in order to match the IAF's acquisition of the first of three Airborne Warning and Control Systems (AWACS), the PAF would receive four Chinese systems between 2011 and 2012.

He also termed as "alarming" the IAF's intention of purchasing 126 medium multi-role combat aircraft, saying Pakistan needed "to have something matching.
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ЦитатаPakistan test fires short range missile[/size]

19 Apr 2011, 1342 hrs IST, AGENCIES
Pakistan on Tuesday (April 19) test fired a newly developed short-range surface-to-surface missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead, the military said. The Hatf-9 missile, with a range of 60 km, can "carry nuclear warheads of appropriate yield with high accuracy", the military said in a statement.

The "multi-tube ballistic missile" system had been developed to add "deterrence value to Pakistan's strategic weapons development programme at shorter ranges", it said.

"This quick response system addresses the need to deter evolving threats," it said, adding that the missile test, conducted at an undisclosed location, was successful.

President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani congratulated military scientists and engineers on the missile test.

Pakistan routinely tests what it claims are indigenously developed missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads, with its arsenal including short, medium and long-range missiles.
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ЦитатаMissile Advances in Pakistan

Pakistan tested five ballistic missiles (Hatf-2 to Hatf-6) five to eight times each, and also tested two cruise missiles (Hatf-7 and Hatf-8 ).
Pakistan conducted the first to  fifth tests of its 180 km range Abdali/Hatf-2 in May 2002, March 2003, March 2005, February 2006, and March 2007. It conducted the first to fifth tests of its 300 km range Ghaznavi/Hatf-3 in May 2002, October 2003, November 2004, December 2006, and February 2008. It tested its 700 km range Shaheen-1/Hatf-4 at least eight  times--in April 1999, October 2002 (two tests), October 2003 (two tests), December 2004, November 2006, and January 2008. It launched the 1,000-1,500 km range Ghauri/Hatf-5 at least  eight times--in April 1998, April 1999, May 2002, May 2004, June 2004, October 2004, November 2006, and February 2008. It tested the  two-stage 2,500 km range Shaheen-2/Hatf-6 at least six times--in March 2004, March 2005, April 2006, May 2006, February 2007, and April 2008.
In addition, Pakistan tested its land-based cruise missile (the Babar or Hatf-7) in August 2005, March  2006, March 2007, July 2007 (from submarine torpedo tubes), and December 2007. The missile had a 500 km range, though an extended 700  km range version was tested in 2007. It may be derived from China's DH-10, which resembles the U.S. Tomahawk. Further, Pakistan tested a 350 km range air-launched cruise missile (Raad or Hatf-8 ) in September 2007 and May 2008.[/size]
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ЦитатаPakistan now outstrip India's nuclear and ballistic weapons

Pakistan on Tuesday successfully test fired a short range Surface to Surface Ballistic Missile Hataf-2 Abdali.

According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the missile is capable of hitting surface-to-surface targets.

The missile test had cheered almost every Pakistani at every time they listened the news of missile test; the reason is that India is considered as rival enemy of Pakistan and almost three wars had been fought so far between both countries.

Pakistan's nuclear energy programme was started in 1956, following the establishment of Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC). Thanks to China who had been alleged to play a major role in the establishment of Pakistan's nuclear weapons development infrastructure, especially, when increasingly stringent export controls in the western countries made it difficult for Pakistan to acquire nuclear materials and technology from elsewhere.

Pakistan's missile build-up all along has been India-centric. Unlike India, which has to take the China threat into consideration, Pakistan has the luxury to focus its entire missile build-up on Indian developments.

Strategically, Pakistan has today not only offset India's overwhelming conventional military superiority by its nuclear weaponisation but also acquired a missile force which in terms of speed of acquisition outstrips India's pace of development of missiles. China prominently and DPRK by proxy have significantly contributed to Pakistan's missile build-up. China has even provided a complete plant in 1995 to produce M-11 nuclear capable M-11 missiles and their variants in Pakistan.
The series of Missiles Pakistan have are as

HATF Series - HATF series formed the initial component of the Pakistani missile arsenal. Besides the nuclear capability of HATF II and III, in the conventional mode it was designed as an offensive weapon to knock off Indian armour concentrations. In the defensive mode, it would be used in dual roles to destroy Indian bridgeheads in Pakistani territory. Its chief use could be said to be along Pakistani borders with India, both inside and outside.

GHAURI series - With its extended range, the GHAURI series could effectively reach virtually the whole of India but it seems that the strategic targeting of this missile would be more towards Mumbai and Peninsular India in which lie India's most sensitive installations. GHAURI is a mobile system and could be used for counter-value-strikes. Pakistan claims that GHAURI can carry nuclear, chemical and anti-tank warheads.

SHAHEEN series - SHAHEEN II unveiled on Pakistan Day Parade this year (March 23,2000) is Pakistan's answer to India's Agni II. It has as all India coverage, but can be said to have Mumbai and Peninsular India as the main target. With its ground mobility and solid-state propellant systems it should logically form the backbone of Pakistani nuclear deterrent. With mobility comes survivability and therefore the SHAHEEN II could impart to Pakistan a second strike capability in the future.

In terms of future perspectives, the following can be said about Pakistan's missile build-up:

Pakistan's missile force would form the main delivery system for its nuclear weapons. Pakistan's emphasis on a "credible minimum deterrent" would call for matching responses to India's missile developments in terms of ranges and payloads. This would imply that the GHAURI and SHAHEEN series would receive priorities in terms of range and payload modifications. In terms of ICBM capability, Pakistan would definitely aspire for it, but a host of factors are stacked against her. Even China, Pakistan's nuclear weapons and missiles benefactor would hesitate to impart ICBM capability to Pakistan, for strategic reasons.

Indian media and Indian analysts are looking extra concern over the news of Pakistan's missile panel that it is now exceeding them. Number of articles and media shows has been created that the complete constituency of India can be under Pakistan's attack if there would be any thing wrong. Because the Ghouri series missiles has range across the Indian border towards Bangladesh[/size].
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The strategic competition with India has spurred Pakistani efforts to acquire ballistic missiles, which it claims to have done without assistance. Pakistan's missile industry includes a large solid rocket motor production complex and a ballistic missile test facility. Chinese and more recently North Korea assistance has sustained these efforts. Pakistan's missile effort evidently consists of three components:
The short range Hatf-1 and Hatf-2, which are apparently of Pakistani design and construction, were developed by the Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO). These missiles seem to have proven a disappointment, due probably in no small measure to their modest range, and do not appear to have entered operational service.
The Shaheen series of solid-propellant missiles are imports from China by the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC), which is also responsible for Pakistan's plutonium bomb program. The Chinese M-11 missile was obtained from China in the early 1990s, and tested with considerable publicity in mid-1999. The longer range Shaheen-I and Shaheen-II appear to correspond to the Chinese M-9 and DF-15, respectively, though there is presently no solid evidence that Pakistan has obtained either missile.
More recently, the A.Q. Khan Research Laboratories, which is also responsible for Pakistan's uranium bomb program, has imported and tested the North Korean Nodong missile under the name Ghauri. Imports of the longer range Taepodong missiles may also be under consideration.

Designation Foreign
derivation Range (km) Payload (kg) First Launch Operational Inventory Comments
Hatf-1 60-100 500 Jan 1989 testing some?
Hatf-2 Shadoz 280 500 Jan 1989 cancelled none
Shaheen Hatf-3 ? PRC M-11 300 500 15 April 1999 1995? ~34-80?
Shaheen-I Hatf-4 ? PRC M-9 800 500
Shaheen-II Hatf-6 PRC M-18 2,000 09 March 2004 some
Ghauri Hatf-5 DPRK ND-1 1,350-1,500 700 kg 06 April 1998 1998? some Also flown by North Korea (No-dong) and Iran (Shehab-3).
Ghauri-III Abdali DPRK TD-1 ?? 2,500
Tipu DPRK TD-2 ?? 4,000
Ghaznavi ?,000 [/size]

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Hatf-II (Abdali-1)

Hatf-III (Ghaznavi)

Hatf-IV (Shaheen-1)

Hatf-V (Ghauri-1)

Hatf-VA (Ghauri-2)

Hatf-VI (Shaheen-2)


Hatf-VII (Babur)

Hatf-VIII (Ra'ad)
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Пакистан провел испытания крылатой ракеты-невидимки
ЦитатаПакистан 28 октября 2011 года провел испытания крылатой ракеты Hatf-VII, созданной с применением технологии малозаметности и способной нести ядерный боезаряд. Как сообщает пакистанское агентство APP, целью запуска ракеты были проверка некоторых новых элементов конструкции Hatf-VII, а также усовершенствованной пусковой установки на три боеприпаса. Испытания были признаны успешными.

Какие-либо подробности о новой пусковой установке крылатой ракеты не приводятся. В 2008 году на выставке IDEAS в Карачи, пакистанские военные показали мобильную пусковую установку на четыре ракеты Hatf-VII. Для чего Пакистан разработал пусковую установку на меньшее количество ракет, пока не ясно.

Пакистан ведет разработку Hatf-VII, известно также как Babur, с 2005 года. Некоторое количество таких ракет уже стоит на вооружении страны. Hatf-VII при длине 6,25 метра, диаметре 0,52 метра и размахе крыльев 2,67 метра способна нести боевую нагрузку массой до 300 килограммов. Babur способна развивать скорость до 880 километров в час.

Hatf-VII способна поражать объекты противника на дальности до 700 километров. При этом ракета способна лететь на минимальной высоте с огибанием рельефа местности и отличается высокими маневренностью и точностью поражения.


ЦитатаПакистан провел успешное испытание баллистической ракеты малой дальности Hatf-II[/size]

5 марта 2012 г.

     «Военный Паритет». Сегодня, 5 марта, в Пакистане проведено успешное испытание баллистической ракеты малой дальности Hatf-II, способную нести ядерную боевую часть.

     Hatf-II (Abdali) имеет дальность 180 км (113 миль) и может нести ядерную или обычную боевую часть с «высокой точностью», говорится в заявлении.

     «Это обеспечит повышение уровня стратегических сил Пакистана в дополнение к имеющимся стратегическим и тактическим возможностям», говорится в заявлении.[/size]


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