Pakistan’s another milestone
Pakistan successfully conducted training launch of the surface to surface ballistic missile.
Pakistan has successfully conducted training launch of the surface to surface ballistic missile Shaheen-1 which is capable of delivering all types of warheads up to a range of 650 kilometers.
Pakistan successfully conducted training launch of SSBM
Shaheen-1 capable of delivering all types of warheads upto range of 650 KMs. Launch was aimed at testing operational readiness of Army Strategic Forces Command (ASFC) ensuring Pakistan’s credible minimum deterrence. pic.twitter.com/xXynslmjLt
— DG ISPR (@OfficialDGISPR) November 18, 2019
In a statement on Monday, the Director-General ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor said that the launch was conducted as part of a training exercise, which was aimed at testing the operational readiness of Army Strategic Forces Command.
Major General Asif Ghafoor said that the training launch was witnessed by Director General Strategic Plans Division, Commander Army Strategic Forces Command, Chairman NESCOM, senior officers from Strategic Plans Division, Army Strategic Forces Command, scientists and engineers.
The director-general ISPR further said that troops displayed a high standard of proficiency in handling and operating the potent weapon system, ensuring Pakistan’s credible minimum deterrence.
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